The Daves of Thunder Players stage a new one-act play; Shek tells the tale of his real-life role-playing; and the fellas review their latest episode of drunken debauchery.
The Daves celebrate National Mustard Day with a special guest and review the latest episode of “Mad Men”.
The Daves celebrate their 30th episode with a new edition of the ever-racy “Daddy’s Closet”; plus, discussion about “Mad Men”, summer blockbusters and pretzels.
When the Jacuzzi Pete Scandal comes to a head, the Daves turn to show matriarch Mo Dameshek to help heal the Daves of Thunder family’s wounds.
In the most heart-wrenching Daves of Thunder yet, the Daves try to move forward without Jacuzzi Pete by taking the show to an old pal’s studio and wind up analyzing “Revenge of the Nerds” and “Happy Days”; also, Feeney shares a disturbing secret tale about Jacuzzi Pete.
The Daves set Blaster Girl up on another Audio Blind Date with Feeney’s sports-lovin’ pal, Jeff, who also takes the opportunity to opine on the death of Steinbrenner; plus, more highlights from the career of show rival, Spider Salley.
The Daves weigh in on Jacuzzi Pete’s overly-intimate weekend with his mother-in-law; plus, a new feature honoring the NBA career of arch nemesis Spider Salley.
Street justice is doled out in heaps as Feeney attempts to punish Shek for his self-created “Funny Dave” moniker, while the Daves take Singleton to task for his alternately stolen and delusional remarks.
Dave and Dave watch the World Cup while they discuss soccer uniforms, guess where LeBron will go and are joined by a very special fan from down under.
The Daves of Thunder family celebrates the 4th of July with a barbeque; staff voice messages are exposed and Shek patriotically lays waste to ne’er-do-wells with a Jerk List. Jerk List: Human babies, first person who put R.I.P. on a tombstone, people who work H.R. on tv and movie police departments, Americans who compared US soccer World Cup run to the 1980 US hockey team Get out of Jerk Free Card: Dove, American public who didn’t buy Dove soap Creep of the Week: Ghana and New Zealand soccer team names