On this episode of The Last Show Podcast, Kortney is joined by his brother, and they talk about the week that was.
The show opens with Kortney telling a story about being charge $689 for 2 tickets to a Kanye West concert that were priced at $74 apiece (6:44). Kyle and Kortney talk about Nelly being behind of his taxes (20:27), realizing they’re getting older based on their number of customer service conversations (21:47), fans wanting to start a Go-Fund Me for Nelly’s taxes, and reminiscing on BET Uncut (20:10).
They spend a lot of the podcast talking about Dabo Swinney’s comments on Colin Kaepernick’s protest. They deep dive on what a protest actually is, and wonder if people actually get it when they hold up Martin Luther King Jr. and Jesus as people that were above confrontation (28:49).
Kortney debuts a new segment, Don’t Get Jammed Up: Don King gets a street named after him in Cleveland (50:26).
They close the show talking about the decreased number of Apple Watch sales (58:14), and Diabolical Hater: NFL not allowing celebrations and penalizing Antonio Brown for the Doo Doo Brown (1:06:31).
On this episode of the podcast I am joined by my brother for the first half of the show.
We talk about Colin Kaepernick deciding to sit during the National Anthem (4:20) and wonder if things are getting better (34:12).
We also pay our respect to Gene Wilder (43:39), discuss the MTV VMAs, what happened to MTV (49:23), and we recap the 2016 Pillar Fantasy Football Draft (59:15).
I continue the show solo and talk about Ezekiel Elliott visiting a weed dispensary in Seattle (1:08:38), the demonization of marijuana (1:13:52), Ezekiel’s crop top (1:15:51), Ryan Lochte on Dancing With the Stars (1:17:14), and Donald Trump being disgusting (1:18:09).