EPISODE 24 – CATHOLICS DON’T CARE ABOUT CHEMISTRY

The jar offers a compelling question about music, but episode 25 quickly delves into the murkier waters of first loves, teenage dreams and the advice Mike should have given Britney Spears but never did. For good measure there’s also a listener-submitted F, Marry, Kill (plus a bonus “Walking Dead” edition), a sad-but-promising Journal Kernel, and the horribly awkward line Megan uttered when she finally met the object of her prepubescent obsession (hint: he was in a 90s boy band). Quick, someone call Sarah from Honda. We need help!

 EPISODE WINE:  2014 Noble Vines 667 Pinot Noir

 CLOSING SONG: “The Soundtrack of Your Life” A Girl Called Eddy

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EPISODE 20 – CALL ME AN OLD FOGEY, BUT A LITTLE THANK YOU GOES A LONG WAY

Episode 20 starts with an embarrassing admission from Megan and quickly spirals into Mike singing a variety of songs and testing out some lyrics for a new musical. After an impromptu  game of F, Marry, Kill the jar brings up the issue of thank you notes and cursive, topics Megan the writer are very passionate about. Mike attempts to refute her, but is so blown away by the strength of her argument he winds up wanting to become a hippy who writes random thank you notes to people he doesn’t even know. There’s that and much more, so put down your newfangled technologies, grab a meatball sandwich with your favorite UPS delivery man and hey, don’t worry about your lawn FFS.  You’re doing the best you can, so thank you!

EPISODE WINE – OLD TRUE ZIN

CLOSING SONG – “THANK YOU FRIENDS” BIG STAR

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EPISODE 7 – FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION

Lucky episode seven opens with why we love “Naïve Melody” so much, then flashes back to our wedding day and Megan’s wardrobe malfunction—which Michael still hasn’t gotten over. We also discuss life goals, fear of failure, and why, in times of distress, it’s always wise to go to your happy place. Grab a sleeve of Thin Mints, your favorite latex partner and enjoy the show.

EPISODE WINE: FOLONARI MONTEPULCIANO D’ABBRUZZO

CLOSING SONG: “YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL” YO LA TENGO

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