7 Episodes tagged : blackriffin
We did it, baby! 100 g'damn episodes! The fantastic and hilarious Chris Williams riffed it out with us and brought the funk. Teddy's old friend and Riffin #1 Superfan, Nicole, sat in and inspired us to have a lengthy convo about relationships, how to "court a lady" and more. From there, Chris regales us with tales about his trip to Thailand and enthralls Mitcz while horrifying Teddy. And... of course, some other crazy stuff happens.
The hilarious, bold Jeremy Scippio returns! And it's quite a raucous event, kids. While discussing silly childhood games, Mitcz explains a knife fight he was in. Teddy defends John Travolta's career. Jeremy and Teddy get into a series of verbal battles which are enlightening and enthralling. For some reason, there's a lot of crackling mic noises about halfway through. We apologize, but It's a helluva show other than that - enjoy!
The hilarious Guy Groves returns to riff along with us for Blackuary Blackriffin, and it's an introspective and hilarious event. We discuss Guy's unfortunate resemblance to a wanted man, being pulled over by the cops, explaining racial sensitivity to children, being a father, Muhammed Ali, DUI laws, driving while high, and so much more that it's impossible to sum up this incredible episode in one paragraph. You're gonna love it, so listen and enjoy.
It's the kickoff to our 2013 season of Blackuary Blackriffin with the hilarious, energetic Quincy Jones. In his grand return to the Riffin, we start off with a bang and we don't let up in this fast-paced ruckus through white people tropes, the "n word" debacle, struggle plates, and Quincy's goal to do 1000 shows in a single year. After a brief technical issue, we tackle the news of a 23-year game of tag, musical condoms, a rude newscaster interruption and so much more. Enjoy!
It's like Christmas in May! Except it's Blackuary Blackriffin in March. Also, it's funnier. And there's no presents. Just presence. Ignore this cheesy description -- this is a rifftastic episode of riffic proportions. Jeremy Scippio joins us in riffin' on racist dictionary terms, scary hip-hop artists, 80s videogames, the fast pace of technology, despicable mormon revisionists, fun website toys, and a heated discussion about a woman's $9 Million lawsuit against her ex-husband's mistress. So much riff, you'll need a diet.