You've made it to episode 51 of the Podworms Spacecast. Are you still wondering what's in a Wonderball? The boys cover their bodies in chocolate in the name of science to answer this age old question. Peter shares the tales of his tame drunken evening, and the Podworms get their disco on with this week's Podmail.
In this scandal fueled episode of the Podworms Spacecast, Kevin narrowly avoids a felony conviction by delivering Jim's mail. Mike discusses the difficulties of getting pizza after hours. If you want to listen to this Podcast after 9pm you're going to have to order it for delivery. Finally, get to know the crew on a biblical level when they play historical truths or dare!
The boys are back yet again, as if they never left. Because they didn't. Why did you think that they did? This episode kicks off season 4, which some are speculating to be the best in the series. Andrew talks about his favorite sandwiches, and then the boys play a rousing round of SPORTS GAME.
This ghoulish episode is your one stop shop for all the scares, creeps and heebiejeebies this Halloween. First the Podworms discuss the great candy conspiracy, then we play a game with Matt and Jesse (the hosts of the American Slacker Podcast) and wrap it up by talking about a haunted cemetery local to our great city of Seattle.
The sniffle boyz are back, kicking it off with some drama between our local historian Peter Fries and his little buddy Jim Charters. Being the first episode that Peter's been on since his wedding, they reminise on different highlights from that beautiful weekend, Mike shares a time that he was shockingly put on the defensive, Mike also apologizes to a dedicated spacefan for not reading their mail immediately and then the fellas wrap up the pod with a classic game of NSRG (Non-Sequiter Ranking Game). All in all... pretty good!
On this week's episode of the Podworms Spacecast, Andrew tells a story about ripping his pants on Diversity Day, the Deadly Brothers talk about bathroom problems in JC Penny, Chase hurts Mike's feelings when he laughs at his poem, and Andrew leads a game of Fact or Fiction.