Episode LIII

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Tensions are once again high in the studio, and Dameshek fears mutiny is afoot because of the Feenster’s Union. Feeney fights back, catching up with Dameshek on his NFL Network gig and dishing more dirt on The Ed. Jacuzzi Pete is also close by, mentioning that the last episode was the most devisive in DOT History. Dameshek also gets a lot off his chest; dealing with the hate mail, arguing about the origins of the show, and pulling down his trousers to expose himself to the world. The guys talk more about the fanbase reaction to last week’s lack of an episode, and try to determine how to proceed from here.The shows will continue coming, so prepare yourself for exciting new installments of the Daves of Thunder Players, and probably a list or two. The Daves talk Thanksgiving plans, and thank all the monkeys / BTLs for their support.

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Episode L

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The Daves anticipate fireworks on the occasion of their golden show, plus Dave reveals a new Jerk List: Jacuzzi Pete, David Feeney, drivers who pick their nose, T.J. Brodie (2 times). Get out of Jerk Free Card: T.J. Brodie. Creep(s) of the Week: Mike Cioffi, Kyle.

“Shek and Mo” (Extended Version)

Courtesy Bindledog Productions

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Episode XLIX

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Episode XLIX opens with Dameshek discussing his busy work schedule. He and Feeny argue over missing a big football game, and Feeney recalls a story involving Kirk Cameron’s couch. Dameshek also re-pitches his version of The Match Game, and tells a story of one of the worst wedding toasts ever.The guys continue their discussion of settling in relationships, and Dameshek gets heated up after a story involving blowjob parties and bar mitzvahs. Jacuzzi Pete steps inside, recalling the success of the past few episodes and suggesting the gang is still in its honeymoon phase. Dameshek then goes on a rant about the podcast being his passion project.The guys also do an audio edition of Listener Mail, which Feeney calls “one of the most disturbing moments ever in the show.” After a quick review of the sports figure who wore 49 best, Feeney finds a lost document and presents another installment from the Daves of Thunder Players.

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