Dameshek gets in the car with Birdbath Gary and a sick Donovan to search for David Feeney.
Shek and Feeney give their thoughts on what they think is the funniest show of all time. The Daves also get some voicemails and hear more show ideas from Jacuzzi Cioffi.
Shek and Feeney recap another twister they threw at The Farmers Market last weekend.
The Daves set up a voicemail for the BTL’s and monkeys to leave them messages. They also answer a few more listener questions before having Donovan and his girlfriend reenact their first date. Later, Shek and Feeney take a listen to another musical submission.
The Daves address the validity of Donovan’s fight story by welcoming his girlfriend to the program to tell her side. Shek also challenges the guys to a Regular Guy decathlon before answering some listener questions.
The Daves kibitz about Mr. Belvedere, making love outside, and Shek’s fondness for Pittsburgh. They also recall confrontations they’ve had at bars. Here comes the Kahuna!
The Daves are back in studio. They discuss some of the magic from last week at the bus stop, including a few things that happened after the mics turned off. Shek and Feeney also welcome back the return of Blaster Girl and reminisce about their respective prom nights. After a couple of listener-submitted songs, Feeney shares the final installment of his letter exchange with a restaurant in Rhode Island.
The Daves find themselves recording at a Los Angeles bus stop due to a scheduling mistake by Donovan. Also, Shek presents Feeney with a birthday surprise.
Shek and Feeney are back in studio to talk about Shek’s experience acting on a network TV show. The guys also share some stories about their mother-in-laws and hear a few listener submitted Jacuzzi thoughts. Later, Feeney reads more actual letters he wrote to a Rhode Island restaurant.
Shek reads some text messages he got over the weekend from an inebriated Feeney. The Daves also welcome the return of Donovan before going over emails with Blaster Girl and playing another round of Pick Your Poison. Later, Feeney shares an actual letter exchange he had with a Rhode Island restaurant.