This episode, recorded on Memorial Day, has Scott and Kevin missing George W Bush, disucssing plumbing again because Scott has pipe woes, the Manchester bombing, and the untimely death of Lisa Spoonauer (aka Caitlin Bree). As usual they finish with a round of We Don't Know S^&t About Movies.
This week, the guys may have stumbled upon the next big business idea, but probably not. Needless to say, it was a busy week (fantaaaaaastically so) for news (ski), and Presidential politics may be really interesting for a while to say the least... Oh, and there's a round of We Don't Know S$^t About Movies.
This week, the guys recorded fresh from a trip to Arthur Avenue, the Bronx's Little Italy, and Chazz Palminteri's childhood home. Kevin's renovation saga continues as he tries to get permits closed out in order to get his deposit from the management company back and the guys discuss the AHCA passing in the House.
Before recording this week's episode, Scott burned his fingers, but soldiered on and recorded anyway. Oh, and this is the 100th episode of Citizen Ho, so the guys spend a little time reflecting on getting this far, then reality sets in and they discuss the latest in the Presidential barrel of fun, then move on to more important matters, like the new Star Wars trailer.
This week, Scott & Kevin look forward to Passover (a week away) and all the fun that goes with it (Matzoh, a trip to Florida for Scott). Also, the 100th episode is coming up (after this one), so the guys need to start planning. Speaking of 100, President Trump is more than half way to 100 days as President, so the guys follow CNN's lead and take some stock of what he's done so far...
This week, Scott takes the first step toward recovery from his addiction of betting against his young niece and nephew. Of course, the guys discuss the failure of the GOP healthcare plan, and play a round of We Don't Know S$%t About Movies.
This week the guys give the audience a great insight into how they prepare (or don't) before each episode. All that preparation led to a (somewhat) in depth analysis of the Long Island Rail Road andNJ Transit.
This week, Scott and Kevin ponder the ever important question of why a coffee table is called a coffee table, and also manage to get through a nice chunk of the episode without discussing President Trump. How did they do it? You have to listen to find out... Then, the guys play a round of We Don't Know S^&t About Movies!
This week's episode was recorded at the show's new Bronx studio (aka Kevin's new apartment), which still under construction a bit, leading to what was the latest recording time ever for an episode of this show. It shows ;-), but Kevin gets in an update of his renovations, Scott talks about his participation in the Democratic process, and of course, the boys play a round of We Don't Know S^*t About Movies!
This week mark's a milestone in the show's history. It is the last episode to be recorded at the Upper West Side studio (aka Kevin's apartment) as he will be moved to his new apartment in Riverdale before the next episode. Then the guys discuss the fun of supporting old web browsers at work, and of course play a round of We Don't Know S*^t About Movies.