On the fifty-eighth episode of Mad at Dad, we start out with Willie Nelson and Circle Jerks; Butler is in trouble again; Michael Kirk gets a prayer to the gods of rock and roll; Butler recommends Bad Ben; Slusher mini-golfs with Ethyl; Slusher gets ready for India; Butler donates semen; Slusher spends company money; “You can do a lot of things but you can’t surprise me with this”; Slusher has a jet lag busting plan; Butler thinks Slusher is a wuss for not venturing out and also wants him to avoid street crime; Butler has a new bit, the Hyderabad India Crime Blotter; talking to wives is like talking to cops; we close with a new Dan Baird solo song.
On the fifty-seventh episode of Mad at Dad, we start out with some brand new Dan Baird and Homemade Sin; Butler has a GoFundMe account for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; Butler has dog problems; Slusher is fed up with the Death Pool; Butler’s Imodium Moment!; the boys listened to Maron interview Shep Gordon; Butler gets punked by a fellow fisherman; Butler cries at a dog movie; Slusher takes Punkin to a college softball game; Slusher is going to India; Butler suggests burka shopping for Slusher; Butler explores profanity and insults in Hindi.
On the fifty-sixth episode of Mad at Dad, we start out with some of Butler’s new favorite band Watershed; Butler discusses his adventures in poke poling; we discuss the deathpool, the purging and the hits so far; Slusher suggests a new segment for the Rock and Roll Geek show; we discuss his episode with Steve Conte; Butler kills a rat; Butler went to Crab Fest; Butler has a run in with The Man and makes crab cakes; Butler gets some spawning herring; the boys DO NOT hatch a plan; Butler is raising funds for a trip to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; the Slushers have a children’s birthday party; Slusher travels to San Diego and the boys have a Facebook slap fight; comic books, brew pub and Korean BBQ! Butler doesn’t believe in allergies; Butler didn’t get in trouble until 1 hour, 49 minutes – a new record! we close out with a song by Wyldlife.
On the fifty-fifth episode of Mad at Dad, first comes a cover of The Cars by Damone; Butler was in trouble and defends his groupie episode; Tootie Flutie!; Ian Anderson is the Eddie Van Halen of flute; Butler went to the Fancy Food show; Butler doesn’t know how to cast a net; Slusher went to a kindergarten basketball game and the Wild Kratts Live; Slusher cooked dinner and Butler disapproves; purging the deathpool will be a blood bath; Butler declares war on the rodents in his house.
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On the fifty-fourth episode of Mad at Dad, Butler kicks it off with a Dan Baird song; Butler has herring envy because he hasn’t fished since last show; Butler visited his daughter in Pasco WA and ate and drank his way through the town; the 2017 Deathpool is now CLOSED; Butler and son browbeat the airlines; Slusher traveled to Chicago; Butler wants a brocation to Japan with Chiaki and pays the price for it; Slusher went to a ping-pong bar and ate pork belly in Chicago; Slusher went to an arcade and pinball bar; Slusher missed a connection; both of your boys are inconsiderate pricks; Butler has a gig the same day as Crabfest and a big decision to make; Butler is starting a new podcast at lonelykayaker.fish.
On the fifty-third episode of Mad at Dad, Butler starts it out with a much better Donovan song; we have a Carrie Fisher eulogy from friend of the show Amy Bowen; we congratulate Monkey Claus for winning the 2016 Deathpool; Slusher sent Butler some Conway shirts; Butler almost died in his kayak; the boys discuss Deathpool strategies; Butler gets dissed by his daughter; the boys discuss Xmas presents and the holidays; doubling down on YetiKnockoffs.com; Slusher doesn’t grieve for celebrities; Slusher thinks the Flexapleasers did the best rock XMas tune ever; Butler deep fried black eyed peas for New Years; Butler is looking forward to the Fancy Food Show; there is no Mad at Dad patreon, give it to Michael Butler.
On the fifty-second episode of Mad at Dad, Butler starts it out with Slusher’s least favorite Donovan song; Butler gets some hate mail about the Metallica track-by-track episode; Butler enjoys the Hetfield episode of the Joe Rogan podcast; Butler is in the 12 days of Podcasting and the Podcasting Secret Santa; Butler crabs and has another crab feast; Slusher tries to sell Butler on Vikings; Slusher drinks Irish whiskey in London; Slusher eats English breakfast and works the Hackathon; Slusher has a rough time getting to Gatwick; Slusher eats and siestas in Spain; Slusher goes to a casino and a speakeasy in Barcelona; Butler goes to a nude beach in Barcelona; Slusher has a rough travel day getting home; Butler gets awkward with the racial slur database and we call it a show.
On the fifty-first episode of Mad at Dad we start it out with Warren Zevon; Butler goes crabbing in Bodega Bay; Butler loses his wet suit on the side of the road; Butler would never sell a crab; Slusher went to London; Slusher rides a double decker bus; Slusher attends a developer nerd conference; Slusher presents on developer tools with champagne; Slusher leaves the London trip on a cliffhanger; we close with some more Warren Zevon.
On the fiftieth episode of Mad at Dad we start it out with 999; opening Butler’s mail – thank you Chris Capelle, the Rock and Roll Copywriter and Strat Cooper; Slusher brought grampa to his house; Slusher got drunk and ruined Thanksgiving; Slusher and family played frisbee golf; Slusher had a big day with Ethyl; David Benda cooks the turkey for the Butler get-together; Butler deals with a Thanksgiving mutiny; Butler goes crabbing in his kayak and weathers a storm; Butler recommends Eat That Question; Slusher drives a lesbian car; there exists a Darknesstival; Butler recommends the Hobgoblin in London; we close with Ted Nugent.
On the forty-ninth episode of Mad at Dad we start it out with The Hold Steady; movement in the Death Pool; the Death Pool for 2017 is open for business! Butler kayaks and fish; the boys talk Metallica; Slusher hosts a sleepover; Slusher is a bad pet owner; Slusher sings karaoke; we need Aron Michalski; we close out with some solo Tommy Stinson.