We were joined by one of our writers today! Check in and get to know Grant Brown a little. Then, Hunter and Zander talk about VVitch and have a good ole time with Grant in the Segment Segment. “Pod O’ Beef” and a new segment, “Highs & Valleys,” are included.
There’s a lot of beef in today’s episode as Hunter & Zander wander hither, thither, and yon around the main topics of the episode. Then, they introduce some more variety into the Segment Segment with the inception of the “Q’s from Youse” and “Pod O’ Beef” segments, as well as a VGRPRFYBM.
We are back from our break! Hunter and Zander spend a bunch of time going through what they missed during the past few weeks. Considering the World Cup is almost over, NBA Free Agency has mostly shaken out, and summer has more behind us than ahead, that is a lot of stuff. They also debut a new segment and the new and improved Segment Segment.
The World Cup is in full swing and the last matches of the group stage are upon us. There is a lot still undecided and some tournament favorites are in deep trouble. Hunter and Zander have watched a lot of the preceding action and have some ideas of what might unfold.
The first round of group games are over and we were not disappointed. A lot of good soccer went on and a lot of good goals were had. Hunter and Zander break it down along with some other stuff, like the NBA Offseason and Pokémon. It’s all totally professional and high quality.
If you can’t tell from the title, this one is all about soccer. The guys cover some quick soccer news before diving into their preview and picks for the World Cup 2018 in Russia. Pretty self-explanatory, people.
A lot of things ended since the last episode: NBA Finals, E3, World Cup warm ups. Some things changed; some things stayed the same; some people are living their best lives. Hunter and Zander are here to break it all down.
Today, Hunter said that he is done with the NBA Finals; Zander, not so much. Also, over the weekend, the US Men’s National Team played a snoozer, Pep Guardiola is called racist, the German World Cup 23-man squad is missing someone, and Hunter admits to liking (some) baseball.