Except for the fact that Tom has a sore throat, this is my favorite episode the guys have done in a long time. Mike McGarrigle returns to New York to do the show in person with Thomas J. Kelly, Chris Moloney and “Rolling Thunder.” Every time Tom tells a story he manages to sound creepy. The boys discuss the Tiger Woods scandal. Tom discusses a hook up with a dead ex.
In Segment 2, Mike McGarrigle, Rolling Thunder and Chris Moloney get some valuable tips from Tom Kelly, a single man, on how to cheat on their wives.
Chris Moloney brings a CD from his favorite band from Canadian hometown Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Tom talks about racism in his hometown of Massapequa. Did Darryl Strawberry move into South Massapequa? Chris reveals that Jon Gosselin of Jon and Kate Plus 8 hangs out near Tom’s New York City apartment.
Christopher Moloney sits in with Tom. He explains that he explains that he’s not Christopher Meloni from Law And Order Special Victim’s Unit but shares a story about the real Meloni and Ice T. In Segment 2, Tom and Chris discuss the New York Times’ list of 100 Things Restaurant Owners Shouldn’t Do.
There is no musical guest this week mainly because . . . I forgot to pick one. We’ll have one next week for sure.
Tom gives some behind the scenes info on Rolling Thunder’s bachelor party and a mishap at his wedding. Andrew tells us about his magic key. Mike talks about how his son Christopher got swine flu and didn’t die!
I did not post this correctly. My apologizes to those who got the last episode twice.
It’s probably the most topical and timely podcast we’ve done all year. Thomas J. Kelly and Andrew Garcia join Mike McGarrigle to discuss BALLOON BOY and the media scandal concerning Tom’s college Quinnipiac and David Letterman. In segment 2, the guys ramble about the economy.
We haven’t done a show in a long time. Thomas J. Kelly explains why he moved from the slanted apartment. John McCann talks about a special cat. Tom talks about watching Caddy Shack with his Grandma and why the his 1991 Volvo doesn’t qualify for the Clunker Program.
Thomas J. Kelly and several friends kick off “Rolling Thunder’s” bachelor party night in the Hooters in Atlantic City. In this video produced for IHateWeddings.com and the podcast ThisShowAgain.com, Tom debates whether or not bachelor parties get lamer as you get older.