EPISODE 45 – DEAR KATE, I DON’T KNOW IF YOU’LL REMEMBER ME …..

Episode 45 begins with Mike and Megan following up on last week’s episode, with a discussion on Grandma’s in-law rankings. Mike had planned to interview his Grandma, but was unable to due to a phone bill quagmire that needed attention. Speaking of quagmire, the results may not be what Megan expected to hear. From there the talk ventures into playoff baseball, Yankee teams of yesteryear and an awkward encounter for Megan. Speaking of awkward, Mike still doesn’t have a question to ask Megan, so they go to the jar which allows them to revisit their most memorable dates. Megan goes back to a time where the two weren’t really together, but was most definitely an ideal and memorable date. Afterward, Mike finally does come up with a question which leads to a discussion on dating apps, bad dates and a letter Mike penned that just really wasn’t necessary. You’ll definitely want to swipe right on this latest installment of 100 Things In A Jar!!!

EPISODE WINE – CLINE CELLARS OLD VINE ZINFANDEL AND DARK HORSE CABERNET SAUVIGNON

CLOSING SONG – “NO MATTER WHAT” BADFINGER

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EPISODE 31 – THE INEQUIVALAXANCIES OF LIFE

Well, it’s back-to-school season and Megan’s brain is totally fried, which explains her struggle with language in this episode. A conversation about lingerie for men leads to her first lapse in linguistics, and it’s all downhill from there. After deconstructing the week’s chaos, and a discussion about their recent fateful date night, your hosts move on to their first-ever dream analysis* with client number one: Kerri. She’s lost her shoes and can’t move. What does it all mean? Listen and find out. (*Dream analysis is 1,000% inaccurate and unprofessional. Not meant to be taken seriously. At all.) The jar delivers a delicious topic that inspires a debate about the best kind of donut. And, hey, who exactly is getting up these days to make them? We may never know. Sink your teeth into a Boston Cream or a Jelly and devour the newest edition of of 100 Things in a Jar.

 

EPISODE WINE – 2015 MIRASSOU CABERNET SAUVIGNON

 

CLOSING SONG – “SUGAR, SUGAR” THE ARCHIES

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EPISODE 30 – THE ONLY NUMBER I KNEW BY HEART

Mike is in a “flowy” mood this week, perhaps because he is manstruating. Can you hear Megan rolling her eyes? After a brief lesson about life with a uterus, the conversation zips from who is more like Oprah to Megan’s recent job interview and how a pair of tube socks has apparently kept Mike employed for the last 20 years. There’s a particularly vile F, Marry, Kill (how does Darth Vader poop?) and a brief debate about which Mike has shown up to record the podcast before the jar deals a topic that’s not easy to untangle. A snippet of cryptic song lyrics takes your hosts on yet another journey into the past, this time to an ill-fated date that actually sealed their future. Does this all add up to an episode that’s compelling, or not? You tell us.

EPISODE WINE – DARK HORSE BIG RED BLEND

CLOSING SONG – “YOU AND I” WILCO W/FEIST

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EPISODE 29 – I CALL MYSELF A FARTIST

Mike breaks with tradition and drinks beer instead of wine during episode 29 – and that’s just the first scandal this week. From the girl in short shorts who caught Mike’s eye that afternoon to the Valentine’s Day 18 years earlier when he crashed Meg’s pity party for one, there is no shortage of controversies this week. But your hosts eventually put aside their sparring to tackle a serious subject from the jar: farts. Specifically, euphemisms for farts. Whatever you call them – toots, cheek squeaks, stinkers, et cetera – we’re pretty sure you’ll agree that this week’s installment of 100 Things doesn’t stink. 

EPISODE WINE – REX GOLIATH PINOT GRIGIO

EPISODE BEER – BALLAST POINT MANTA RAY DOUBLE IPA

CLOSING SONG – “THAT SMELL” LYNYRD SKYNYRD

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EPISODE 28 – TIME TO TAKE OFF THE TRAINING WHEELS

Warning: Megan had a stubborn cough when this episode was recorded. We’re pretty sure germs don’t permeate podcasts, but if you’re a hypochondriac, have the Purell handy. AHEM. Number 28 starts off with a whoosh (or is it a wish?) because Meg and Mike still don’t have central air. But they persevere through the heat to discuss things like the “fit mom” phenomenon, double dating with parents and—courtesy of a journal kernel—the particular loneliness of a Sunday night in one’s twenties. After a 90210 F, Marry, Kill, your hosts pluck a topic from the jar that’s initially tough to decipher and requires a call to Michael’s mom for clarity. The conversation soon turns to fear of the unknown, and how hard it is to take your own advice. But it’s easy to take this advice: grab a few Halls and settle in for the latest episode of 100 Things in a Jar.

EPISODE WINE – 2014 STERLING VINTNER’S COLLECTION MERLOT

CLOSING SONG – “DARLING DO NOT FEAR” BRETT DENNEN

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