In this Christmas special, Jordan and The Don discuss triggering classic Christmas songs and stories, why Donovan’s nickname was “Fuller” as a child and Payless’ high end shoe store stunt. They also kick off their Scofflaw Christmas gift guide and consume way too much Lagavulin for one episode.
In this short Halloween episode Jordan and The Don discuss defacing public statues with children’s craft items, a Giant Man-Eating Spider caught on camera and un unsettling Airbnb experience. Also, Vlad the politically incorrect Vampire stops in for his yearly visit to discuss his favorite streaming series, his Mayoral election campaign and getting entangled with the #MeTomb movement.
In this episode, Lady Scofflaw guest co-hosts with Jordan and The Don. They discuss “Professor What’s-His-Nuts,” choosing your own nickname, pole dancing for elementary schoolers and the laws they would scoff if they could scoff laws. Also filmmaker Matt D’Avella drops in to chat about his film “Minimalism” on Netflix, what it means to be a minimalist in a digital age, and his awesome podcast, “The Ground Up Show.”
In this episode, resident therapist Eric Anderson guest co-hosts and they discuss growing up in the punk scene, Netflix’s new harassment policy and a pet black widow named “Broccoli.” Also, the legendary punk rock frontman of MxPx, Mike Herrera, drops in to talk about his band, their brand new album, having an international record while in High School, a producer coming up with weird excuses to avoid their recording sessions, that time they did a Taylor Swift cover and being featured on the series finale of “Fixer Upper.”
In this episode, the Gents are finally back in the saddle after a silent few months. They discuss a woman delivering her own baby in a Turkey hotel, the 30 year old manchild who was sued by his parents for rent and Donovan’s experience in the Bear Grylls Survival Challenge. Also, comedian Bobby Henline stops in to chat about his awesome new company “Freedom Hard,” and they talk whiskey, cigars, coffee enemas, and his role as Pyro Paulie on “Shameless.”