The Dudes In A Room

The Dudes In A Room
Chris, Mike, Joey and Teddy

Thursday, July 31, 2014

#063: What Da Hook Gon Be?

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An interesting mix of Lorde and a squeaky chair kick off this episode. Once again Iggy Azalea and how hard she's trying to have street cred comes up. The dudes also talk about their guest spot on the Heroes and Villains podcast. Later, they analyze the What Da Hook Gon Be video. Eventually, the dudes get into a conversation on industry moving in. They also chat about gentrification.

Monday, July 28, 2014

#062: Gentlemen In The Parlour

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This episode begins with the dudes trying their hand at a non-explicit program. Soon enough, the show goes into the blasty rock of Puddle of Mudd, and back to its explicit roots. Apparently, the recording computer was on the fritz because there are a few skips in this episode, culminating with a complete meltdown at the end. But the dudes salvage what they can, and make lemonade out of lemons. Just a heads up to our listeners...the problems was on our end, so don't be concerned about your devices. Back to the show, this one is jam-packed with the dudes' usual freestyling of topics. Set to Lorde, the dudes get real early in the episode.. Later, they go over the classic tune Level by The Raconteurs. The topic of Social Aid and Pleasure Clubs come up as well. Also, the dudes talk about the legendary Honey Badger. Speaking of legends, Louisiana's colorful governor (many times over) Edwin Edwards comes up in the conversation. Also, they chat about an interesting documentary on John F. Kennedy called JFK: One P.M. Central Standard Time. The show closes out with some Genesis.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

#061: I'm About To Get Naked In Here

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Steve Harvey: "I'm about to get naked in here!"

Opening with an ode to Lindsay Lohan, the three dudes catch up on their latest happenings. Eventually, they get into the lovely drummer Meytal Cohen. That leads to samples of other interesting drumming sensations. Of course, the drum-off between look-a-likes Chad Smith and Will Ferrell makes the discussion. The dudes check out several viral videos in this episode. Somehow, Katy Perry's Birthday enters the conversation. Later, they talk about the comedic stylings of the great Steve Harvey, including his hosting duties on Family Feud. The topic of begging also comes up.

Monday, July 21, 2014

#060: Weird Al, Aubrey Plaza, and Hipster Music

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The podcast starts with a parody of a public radio interview with a hipster band member. The dudes chat about Keane in the show's kickoff. Then the conversation turns to the musical stylings of Bon Iver and Skrillex. Eventually, they get to the majesty of the great Weird Al Yankovic. The dudes also debate the merits of Aubrey Plaza. Somehow breastaurants like Hooters and Twin Peaks enter the conversation. Later, they talk about Shaq's era as Shaq Diesel. Former football star Kyle Turley reinvents himself as a musician. The episode comes full circle with more Keane.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

#059: Country Bar Commercials, State Names, and Sleepy Public Radio

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The show kicks off with a country bar skit and classic Tool tune. The dudes hold a conversation about traditional radio and podcasting. Later, they go over an interesting Mental Floss article about the origins of state names. Make sure to check out the mid-point country music radio commercial parody. The dudes then make light of NPR. The episode ends with some old school Offspring.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

#058: Un-floor-able

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This episode launches in with a tune from Regular Show. Early in the podcast, the dudes dredge up the What's Happening theme song. That leads to a discussion of old television shows. The second half of the show picks up on a different day. The dudes complain about reality television and other various cheap productions.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

#057: But That Ain't None Of My Businesss...

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The dudes talk about the legacy of rockers Queens of the Stone Age in the early minutes of this podcast. That leads to a discussion about post-rock bands like Moving Mountains. They also look back on their own band glory days. Eventually, the dudes delve into the meme of Kermit the Frog making sassy remarks. The love affair with Iggy Azalea also continues in this show. Of course, I'm So Fancy gets a spin. Is Charli XCX the secret to success? Somehow, Prince comes up next. Later, the dudes check out a rant Joey Diaz unleashed on Joe Rogan's podcast. They then coast into a conversation about the classic movie Falling Down. The epic Kate Upton comes up later. This show definitely eaerned its explicit rating. The dudes also debate the terms snowball and snowcone. Comedian George Lopez is discussed as well. The episode goes out on the Bloodhound Gang's A Lap Dance Is Always Better When The Stripper Is Crying.

Monday, July 7, 2014

#056: People Are Out Of It

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This episode kicks off with the trio of dudes talking about the music and style of Pharell Williams. That leads them to the back story of the show's art. Eventually, they get into the Independence Day holiday weekend. The dudes then sing the praises of the Rush classic Tom Sawyer. Later, they delve into a recent shooting on Bourbon Street. The concept of the womb-to-prison pipeline comes up during the conversation. In talking about fireworks, the dudes chat about how many people stared at their phones instead of watching the show. Yes, Iggy Azalea comes up in this show as well. Circa Survive closes the show.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

#055: 'merica and First World Problems

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The show drives right in with a cover of the classic Fast Car. This podcast leads off with a rant about the hit-or-miss Internet service in the bunker. The dudes also chat about the fast-paced world of roller derby after Joey's excursion to New Orleans. Fortunately, he was two hours away from being in the French Quarter during a shooting on Bourbon Street. Eventually, that leads to a conversation about the of casinos. The talk turns deep when the dudes get into the socio-economics of where people live. The episode ends with the dudes talking over a tune by A Perfect Circle.