Episode LVI

Feeney’s in studio for the second week in a row! Dameshek jumps right into the player who wore #56 best, and throws in a quick plug for the NFL Network. Shek also talks about an uncomfortable moment he had with Spider Salley, and Feeney makes an announcement regarding Christmas bonuses. Donovan and Doubleton are back, and even though Jacuzzi Pete is out sick, Blaster Girl Katie is filling in as producer. They still manage to get JP on the line, who’s sick as a dog and still getting complaints from his wife. Shek also lists his favorite free appetizers, and Feeny talks about a pizza recipe he created. The guys also discuss the results of the Best Trilogy poll, and bring up the best and worst moments from the Superman series.Wrapping up the show, at long last another installment of Double Ds… this time a medical drama entitled DR. Doubleton has taken acting lessons in advance of today’s presentation, which Shek ultimately declares a ‘deviant, macabre mess’.


Episode LV

Feeney is back in the studio! The guys catch up on the last couple weeks, and attempt to talk about their Thanksgiving Holiday break. Shek also proposes DOT Lunchboxes and crew jackets, and talks about his horrible Chanukah memories from childhood. Feeney talks about the Carbonite figurines they all got, and the guys enter a debate comparing Lord of the Rings to Star Wars. They also talk to Donovan about Doubleton being MIA, and wonder when the next episode of Double Ds will be ready. Shek lists the best players to wear #55, and discusses the Yankees decision to let Derek Jeter go. After listening to a few fan submitted songs, Feeney finally unveils the latest performance of the DOT Players. The guys reenact the long lost original ending to a classic sports film, and discuss the upcoming Shekie awards.

Episode LIII

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.