In this week's episode of Mailtime KFC is joined by Sean from Sirius XM for a full Barstool DVR takeover. The first hour of the episode is devoted to Game of Thrones, with the finale to the season everybody is talking about. After that, the guys discuss new show The Night Of (1:05:44), a new season of Curb Your Enthusiasm (1:13:35), Atlanta (1:14:50), Always Sunny versus Veep (1:15:30), Silicon Valley (1:18:10), Peaky Blinders (1:20:56), The Bachelorette (1:22:24), and Westworld (1:28:50).
KFC, Feits and Big Cat break down Couchella and also take the usual batch of voicemails.
Kevin and Brendan sit down to talk about why Father's Day is the dumbest holiday ever, what they would actually want for Father's Day in a perfect world, going viral stacking crackers on your daughter's head, and recapping Couchella. Then Trill Withers (@TylerIAm) joins the show to talk about basketball, Black Twitter, the music he's most drawn to, and why almost everything is trash.
The Late Show! Where believe it or not we get even more ridiculous. All new questions, more dumb answers. Couchella After Dark.
LIVE from Caroline's on Broadway!! KFC, Big Cat and Feitelberg hit the stage to take dumb hypotheticals from their loyal listeners and a few special guests.
KFC sits down with Brian Monzo and Chris McMonigle, producers for the biggest sports talk radio show in the world, Mike Francesa's "Mike's On" of WFAN. Hear what it's like working for sports talk radio's biggest legend, snowblowahs, how the guys handled Jay Glazer's story about Mike having a big dick going viral, and more.
After his three weeks in hell, today Kevin finally reached his boiling point and exploded on some random dude in Hoboken. Also, the weirdest story of all-time about Mama Clancy, why Chad from The Bachelorette is the greatest villain in television history, looking ahead to #Couchella on Thursday, and much more.
KFC, Big Cat, & Feits sit down to talk girls masturbating and whether it bugs them out, summertime fashion, work happy hours, and more.
Charlie Wisco stops by as he embarks on a life of cubes and mailtime.
If you fall into a gorilla pit, it's best to have someone around who is level-headed, courageous, and knowledgeable about emergency situations. Apparently Kevin and Brendan fit none of this criteria. Listen to them explain what they would do if their kid fell into a gorilla pit, being #TeamHuman, and much more. Also, One Minute Man returns and a mailbag question.