Avail yourself to our remarkable trove of wit and wisdom. Every episode is here in chronological order for perusal and near-endless enjoyment.
World's Worst/Hardest 80s Movie Trivia! Why is Mike hot under the collar while talking about a local ice cream truck?! Rick explains his social media presence. Kathe offers Rick advice on how to change someone's outlook. Local screenwriter Mike Bernard joins the Scuttlebutt to talk Hollywood.
Nude dog walkers. Major League blunders. Mike's dad's expert advice for Japanese beetles. Kathe talks murder (again) and finding love at Home Goods. Jim James returns to the basement to try his hand at impressions. What ELSE can go wrong when Rick is away?
Kevin Ryder talks summer camp. Christian Higgins offers a black perspective growing up in Medfield. Rick impersonates Lisa Loeb. Mike knows a lot about music.
Erica Cote is the teen librarian at the Medfield Public Library. She is fascinated with murder investigations, has a zombie librarian tattoo on her arm, and lives everyday like its Halloween. Enter stand up comic Kathe Farris who is also obsessed with murder investigations. Get a podcast you two! Rick evaluates Erica's love for 80's pop culture while Mike roasts Rick at every turn. Oh, and Mike subscribed to a monthly "Hunt a Killer" game. What's with all this murder talk? Rick! Get out of the house!
Well, well, well. Look who decided to show up! Leeann Bravo emerges from hiding and actually does a good job giving the show some suggestions. Bravo also does the news with minimal mistakes! Spoiler alert: the police log is filled with animal concerns again! And what's up with this school mascot thing anyway? There are strong opinions expressed herein and all of Rick's are legit! Mike controls the chaos per usual and tries to add substance to the conversation.
MTV's Brett Poirier enters the basement to pitch show ideas when stand-up comic (and Rick's neighbor), Kathe Farris walks over to deliver a local television show idea of her own. Mike rises to the occasion after Rick gets put under general anesthesia just hours earlier and refuses to reschedule the recording. Rick also gets easily confused and forgets to thank the nurses at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital who took great care of him.
This week the guys interview former Harlem Globetrotter, Otis "Mr. OK" Key. Having travelled around the world twice, Otis has seen and experienced it all. Hear what happened when he was surrounded by the KKK in a restaurant in Mobile, Alabama. You won't believe your ears! Listen to his recount of being regularly stopped by police in his hometown of Bowling Green, KY. Otis praises Medfield for hosting a BLM rally and offers his insights on uniting people. Lastly, Otis bestows a Globetrotters nickname upon Rick and you'll probably never hear the end of it.
Rick and Mike get their first sponsors and reveal how inexperienced they are at making advertising copy sound natural when reading it for the first time. An “instant fan of the show” delivers a parody about Medfield to the tune of "We Didn't Start the Fire" that would even make Billy Joel lose his mind! Scuttlebutt News Anchor, Meghan Keleher leads with escaped peacocks. Jim James of Park Street Books hangs out in Rick’s basement as Rick and Mike criticize some of the terrible books he is selling to our impressionable youth.
Strike three! These guys are out! As in, out of this world with their final pilot episode before the real fun begins! But first, Rick makes a major announcement to the residents of Medfield and specifically has words for ALL his haters on social media. You know who you are. Uh oh!
You’re back? We weren't expecting that. Luckily the show gets better as the guys try to create a format that will make up for their negligible communication skills. Rick encourages Mike to aim for national stardom! Mike shares his most intimate thoughts! The guys share their Medfield predictions! Who cares?!