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.
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.
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.