On the thirty-sixth episode of Mad at Dad, Butler has a conversation with his family about his tract; Butler is the leader of a movement; Slusher has had it with the election cycle; special guest Tina Butler lays out the medical truths; Don loses weight the hard way and reuses diapers; Butler plays with the Butlers; Sandy Pearlman dies and Eric Peterson is on the Death Pool board; we play Patti Smith and count the n words; Butler saw Patti Smith with Tom Petty; Slusher saw Patti Smith with Ralph Nader; your boys love some old REO Speedwagon; your boys love The Babys; Slusher goes to Chicago; Butler would run a tighter ship; Slusher had ramen; Slusher goes to the Old Town Ale House; Butler’s daughter is in the wind; Butler closes with The Cars.
Third time’s the charm! Other than Blab killing the URL 5 minutes before airtime, it seemed like there was no major technical problem. You can listen to the audio below,subscribe to the podcast feed , subscribe and rate in iTunes, or watch the video.
In this episode we talked about our weekend, about eating food in North Carolina (McCalls BBQ) and San Francisco (Yu-Raku), about David Bowie and whether or not Diamond Dogs is his best album, about Queen and the Babys and Kelly Freas and lots of other crazy stuff.
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