Just don’t ask Tony about the chicken fried Australian lobster, it was a little hard to keep down. In addition to public vomiting, Brian and Jameson review the Binions steakhouse, offer differing view points on how to deal with former coworkers and a recap of a wild weekend. Plus roles are reversed when Jameson has to babysit a blacked out drunk Brian as he dances to Bryan Adams, hits on lesbians and swears he can drive home. A round of shots for all my friends! And could you put it on her tab?
Tony has landed in Vegas and it’s a dudiaries prequel! Fair warning, Tony has been drinking all day, and Jameson’s double vodka Red Bulls aren’t helping. Listen as they discuss the early days of Brian and Tony’s relationship, why Jameson was infuraited at last week’s show notes and a heartfelt apology to Lindsay. Plus Jameson delves into Tony’s love life and interests outside of podcasting. When I said “husky” I didn’t mean it in a bad way…
Are you guys familiar with the principle of plural marriage? Well Brian sure is, and he’s trying to sell it to Jameson and Lindsay. With Tony traveling the hosts turn to DuDiaries’ #1 fan Lindsay to not only debrief the latest outing, but to put the last few weeks in perspective. They discuss the ramifications of the Seger pin, where Lindsay has to hide her birthday card from Brian to keep her marriage from crumbling and the unmistakable charm of DJ Paulie D. Plus Brian clears the air about a vicious rumor and comes clean about his love affair with yet another singer/songwriter. I’ll tell you who will save your soul, ME!
The insults continue on today’s outing show. While Brian and Jameson “enjoy” their football Sunday, she follows up last week’s informative “The only people who would have sex with you are a hooker or the skank next door,” by explaining to Brian that he is also not at all athletic and a terrible gambler. Brian gets his revenge by providing her with a rude awakening that not only could she not win the game of Survivor, Princess wouldn’t “survive” the flight to the Philippines. Their journey begins with vegan donuts from Ronald’s, takes them to the sportsbook at the South Point for the morning games, then wraps up with pigging out at T-Birds on Eastern. Why do my outing days always leave me so miserable?