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Horror Stories from the Road

John Heffron and Jon Reep share some stories from their time on the road. And then they bring in live listeners to play some trivia. It’s a great episode filled with fun stories and laughter.

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Dani Kerr

Host Andrew Moose welcomes NC based singer-songwriter Dani Kerr to the MESH studio as they discuss Dani’s new music, playing shows during COVID, her famous hat and their hometown Statesville, NC’s music scene. Also included, Dani plays three of her original songs live during this episode.

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Carole Montgomery’s First Time

Creator of Showtime’s “Funny Women of a Certain Age…” comedian Carole Montgomery sits down with me for a comedy chat covering everything from her early days in NYC to her laundry-list of credits including “Tough Crowd,” “Politically Incorrect” and one of my favorite long-lost gems, “VH1’s “Stand-Up Spotlight.”

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Malcolm and Marie and Zappa

Netflix dropped “Malcolm and Marie” starring John David Washington & Zendaya online recently. We’ve got a review of that film as well as the new documentary “Zappa” by director Alex Winter. Also featured on this episode: Sounds Like It Could Be Good?, Trailer Tapas, & Recommendation segments.

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Don’t Be Racist

Join Meredith and Dad as they discuss the Bachelor Nation news of the past week, including Chris Harrison’s interview with Rachel Lindsay. They then dive into the episode to talk through their feelings on Matt and who doesn’t make the cut for final four. If you have any questions for Meredith or Dad email them at mydadwatchesthebachelor@gmail.com or DM them on Instagram!

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Dairy Queen Ranch, Airplane Wine, & Gender Reveal Parties

Kathleen opens the show pouring a mimosa mixed with “Delta Airlines orange juice” (otherwise known as Minute Maid”) and Sophia Coppola’s canned Blanc de Blanc mini champagne, which Kathleen loves because it tastes delicious, comes in a pink can, and has a “bendy” straw. She describes to listeners a baby walking shoe that her friend and fellow comic Kelly MacFarland sent to her, and describes how if she were the burglar “Baby Show Madigan” she would sign baby shoes, insert cash in them, and leave them in poor neighborhoods. Also included, a Quest for Ranch, “Bad Good Food, an Update on Kathleen’s Queens Court, the GOP kicks Missouri Lawmaker, Bitcoin Pays for Murder-for-Hire, DOGECOIN (aka “Doggy Coin”), Animals Most Likely to Kill You By State, Gender Reveal Parties Gone Wrong, Flying Chinese Volkswagens, Recycled Airplane Wine, Ikea Purchases Georgia Forest, a New Dinosaur Footprint Found in Wales, Aliens at Harvard, What to Watch This Week, and the Mystery of the Week.

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Nick Thune, Super Bowl Streakers, Childhood Memes & Cat Filters

In this episode Jon & Stamos talk about Super Bowl LV, including Tom Brady, the “non-streaker”, some of the commercials and the half-time show. Then it’s time for the “Meme Me / Caption This” contest where listeners and viewers were given the change to make a meme off of one of Jon’s childhood photos. Who left the best comment on an old picture of Jon in the back of the truck? Next up it’s “Who’s Zooming Who” as comedian/actor Nick Thune joins the show to talk about his new movie “The Right One”. After that in “Small Town News” a lawyer gets stuck in “Cat Filter Mode” during a Zoom trial meeting.And finally watch Jon and Marc unbox gifts they bought each other from a local Goodwill for the “Goodwill Hunting” segment. This episode is meow the GOAT in podcasting.

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Your Home Workspace Revisited

Well, as working from home has continued to be a norm for many, we felt this topic deserved another chat. After ~9 months of working from home, the Brothers (with guest Jeff Hartman) discuss their current home office set-up, tips for juggling a shared workspace, and what tech has helped make the transition easier/more efficient. If you haven’t already, check out the “BONUS: Working from Home” episode from Season 1. Turns out that a lot of our tips actually held up! Have any feedback for the Brothers regarding this topic (or future topics)? Email info@themesh.tv. Alan Jackson is a director with Jackson Creative, a marketing content production company, and director of Jackson Insight, a survey research firm, Executive Producer of The MESH podcast network , and founder and director of the Footcandle Film Society and Film Festival. And voted most likely in school to have too many job titles in the future. Brian Jackson is Professor of Kinesiology at Pacific University, a “motor behaviorist” (which Alan still has to look up to understand), former tennis coach and a current craft beer connoisseur. Special guest Jeff Hartman is Professor of Exercise Science at Garner-Webb University with an interest and passion for wellness and fitness. Jeff is also the purveyor of the typewritten word… and Alan & Brian’s “brother from another mother”.

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I Saw The Light!

Chad and Hank are back for another life changing podcast! Included in this episode, Hank breaks UFO news, close to home near death experiences, Super Bowl Highlights and Lowlights, Tom Brady’s Draft Day, Shutting Down the “You Can’t Do It” people, power couples and the hosts discuss the Rock and Roll and Baseball Hall of Fame nominees for this year. A new segment emerges onto the BIG FAN podcast. Get ready for ” Taste Buddies”!

Email BIG FAN at info@themesh.tv

Music Featured in this episode: Carole King’s “I Feel The Earth Move”

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Simple Minds vs. Simply Red

Jon talks about giving away his $900 residual check to a listener, John lets us know he has been text messaging the wrong person for years, there’s some Super Bowl talk, 80s and 90s trivia, and some sing-alongs. And the question that defines our times: who would win in a cage fight – Simply Red or Simple Minds?

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