Dameshek and Feeney are back in the studio. They receive a special message from Shaquille O’Neal and hear some disturbing clues about Jacuzzi Pete. Plus, the guys receive some listener poetry and make some new offers regarding Mitchell’s Daves of Thunder tattoo. Dameshek also pays tribute to some of Feeney’s past work.
Shek and Feeney meet at the Farmers Market for a special Father’s Day episode. Listen as they share stories, advice, and many pitchers of beer.
Shek and Feeney kibitz about Feeney’s rise in Hollywood- from writing the Reese Witherspoon movie “Hot Pursuit” to making pages for “New Girl” and “The Mick.” The guys then dive into Dameshek’s family situation before he unholsters the blaster for the Creep of the Week. Also, the Daves make offers to caller Mitch to get a DoT tattoo and Feeney presents the next edition of his letters to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Dave Dameshek and Dave Feeney are back on the air for the first time in 7 years. The guys discuss some of the major changes in their lives since the last episode. We also hear from Mo Dameshek and Feeney shares a letter he wrote to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
At the top of the show, the Daves announce that this will be their farewell episode. The guys reflect on the past year of shows, and Shek tells a couple stories from his Super Bowl experience. Jacuzzi Pete joins the studio later and talks about having Tom Hanks at his house for a Jimmy Kimmel bit. The guys also talk a bit more about the past month, Shek’s visit to Vegas, and Feeney’s work during pilot season. They also discuss some of their unrealized hopes for the podcast, and the highs and lows of the show. JP then throws in a couple thanks to the show’s regular contributors, and the group listens to some newly submitted fan songs. As the music fades out, the guys argue over the importance of “bits” vs “infotainment” on the show. Shek even goes so far as to list his favorite bits over the year. Wrapping things up, the guys contemplate their final grand exit, and give their thanks to everyone for a great working experience.