Tue, 5 August 2014
The basis of all religions and the meaning of life comes from the biggest question of all: how do you view death? Ty, Jay and Tiffany discuss how they feel about death and dying and the various ways they’ve learned to accept their impending doom. The second segment focuses on the afterlife, and how their beliefs on the subject affect the way in which they live their lives. This episode ends with Ty an Tiffany going head to head in the internet trivia game “Mouse”.
0:00 – Death and dying.
26:31 – The afterlife.
46:51 – Mouse.
Mon, 4 August 2014
Meredith is on hiatus, so this week SOTW welcomes back former guest and current Twitter Bracket champion Tiffany, or as you might know her, @mommyloveswine, to cohost the show. The front end is loaded as Ty talks about how Meredith got him in trouble with his girlfriend, and how he spent the weekend drunkenly hopping trains with porn stars. News this week is about a controversial story centered around a Keith Urban concert, and whether or not there was actually a rape that occurred in the audience.
8:00 – Ty gets caught not cheating.
12:00 – Ty’s epic night.
32:00 – Celebrity Death Pool update.
43:23 – Sounds Of The Week:
- Keith Olberman goes off on Ray Rice.
- Michelle Bachman on the gays.
- Chad Dukes radio promo.
- Pat Robertson returns.
- Every Samuel L. Jackson “motherfucker” ever.
1:08:27 – Keith Urban concert gone wrong.
Fri, 1 August 2014
After 200 episodes, it's time for Ty, Jay and Meredith to reflect. In the first segment, they look back at their favorite moments of the show and what talking nonsense for three hours a week has meant to them. Then they look to the future to talk about what they want out of SOTW going forward. To end the show, Ty unveils a special edition of Name That Tune.
0:00 - The past.
38:00 - The future.
56:11 - Name That Tune: Drums Edition.
Mon, 28 July 2014
Five years. Four studios. Six different hosts. 600 hours later. SOTW celebrates its 200th show this week, which is both impressive and sad. After a few ramblings about the prior week, a special Sounds Of The Week is brought to you by many of the show's prior guests, as they call in to talk about their experiences with being on and listening to the show. News this week is about the news since September of 2009, when this whole thing began, and how much things have or have not changed since then.
13:50 - Comcast repsonds to last week's viral video.
16:00 - Ty runs a 5k.
26:00 - Jay tries to not run over pedestrians.
34:33 - Sounds Of The Week:
- Past guests call in to congratulate the show.
- Jay compiles a best-of compilation of the last 100 shows.
1:06:43 - The news of the last five years.
Tue, 22 July 2014
Two comedians have felt the wrath of social media disasters recently. First, Jay details the case against Bill Maher, whose tweet about Irsael and Hamas turned into a giant feminist outrage. Then Ty explains how Anthony Cumia got fired for his Twitter rant and how everybody is projecting their own ideas onto what others say. Today's show wraps up with Name That Tune.
0:00 - Bill Maher.
31:58 - Anthony Cumia.
1:04:49 - Name That Tune.
Mon, 21 July 2014
It was a bad time to be a comedian on social media this week, but even worse to be Ty or Meredith. First, Ty finally realizes why chicks have been ignoring him at bars all these years, and Meredith has a nasty run-in with a street evangelist. News this weeks is about how Gawker sucks at reporting news and how all the internet aggregators aren't going through the proper motions to create quality content.
6:55 - Jimmy Buffett is cooler than Ty.
13:35 - Meredith vs a teenage Asian Christian.
27:47 - Sounds Of The Week:
- Asshole customer vs asshole customer service rep.
- Warren G Harding's private love letters.
- Weird Al is back.
51:26 - Gawker is the worst.
Tue, 15 July 2014
Satanists are sparking controversy in Oklahoma City this week by holding a black mass in the city's civic center. Jay explains why Satanists love these publicity stunts and what exactly a black mass is. Then it's time for another installment of Word Of God. Ty is still on Leviticus, where gay-bashers get their cue from the Bible, and Brian helps to clarify why it doesn't make any sense for Christians to listen to the rules of the Old Testament. The show ends with a few rounds of Google Feud.
0:00 - Satanists strike again.
29:35 - Word Of God: Leviticus.
1:01:56 - Google Feud.
Mon, 14 July 2014
One of SOTW's long time and most vocal listeners - Brian, aka @fakefakenedyost - drops by to lend his hand at talking shit for three hours. First, Ty finally leaves Our City Radio, people in the ghetto will run in front of your car and the MPAA is now warning people about movies where people smoke. News this week focuses on Willow Smith, daughter of Will Smith, and why people are paying attention to a 13 year old girl who is batshit insane.
8:58 - Our City Radio is dead.
12:22 - Poor people act like squirrels.
18:31 - Historical Smoking.
27:10 - Sounds Of The Week:
- Bill O'Reilly tries to troll gay people.
- Cleveland responds to LeBron James coming back.
- Britney Spears is awful.
- Dana Carvey's "Chopping Broccoli" with an orchestra.
51:25 - Will Smith is raising horrible children.
Tue, 8 July 2014
Meet Jesse, who is polyamorous. What does that mean? Well, Jesse has a boyfriend, and another boyfriend, and a girlfriend. She comes in studio to talk about living a non-monogamous life and what it's like to hold multiple relationships. Then the discussion moves to how we view relationships in society and why we hold on to certain values regarding sexuality.
0:00 - Polyamory.
38:39 - Relationships and society.
1:08:48 - Movie Star, Porn Star, Loser.
Mon, 7 July 2014
Last week was defined by Independence Day, this week is defined by the drunkeness that followed. Ty goes to a couple of concerts meant for the whitest people on the planet, makes a cab driver want to kill himself and goes to a drag show to celebrate his independence. News this week is about how the Supreme Court honored our nation's birth: by proclaiming the corporations have more rights than most people and setting the country up for some bad things in the future.