Jeff Konkle stops by to discuss if you should apologize or hold a grudge. Then Mark Madden comes in to discuss the woe of the Pirates.
Doug Benson stops by to discuss his upcoming live show of his podcast "Doug Loves Movies". Randy and the crew also discuss if its rational to blow dry your manhood? Billy Gardell also stops by to discuss everything Burgh wise.
Gerry Dulac from the Post Gazette stops by to recap the U.S. Open to the crew. Then, Radny lets everyone know that OJ now has Twitter, and we should all be concerned.
Sean Collier drops by to give his weekly movie reviews. This week he looks at "Men In Black International". Then, Standard Broadcast performs live from the Coffeehouse.
A jam packed show today as Seth Meyers talks about his Pittsburgh roots in his shows. Big Cat from PMT explains how excited he is for Hard Knocks in Oakland. Sean Casey gives a great story about what goes through your mind when you rush the mound. Finally, Stan Savran stops by with Mark Madden as well to discuss what the heck the Pirates are doing?
Mr. Wednesday stops by to get an update on the gator situation going on around town. Then Mark Madden comes in to celebrate the Raiders getting on Hard Knocks.
A full Monday show as Randy has a theory about the alligators popping up in Allegheny County. Rob King hops on to discuss the new Steve Blass documentary airing on AT&T Sports. Finally, The Ghost Hounds perform live in the Coffeehouse for a special performance.
Sean Collier stops by for his Friday movie reviews. This week he looks at "Dark Phoenix" and "The Secret Life Of Pets 2" Later, The Clarks perform live from the Coffeehouse.
The Mayor Sean Casey stops by for the 8AM hour to talk about the Pirates and The Legend of Zelda. PFT Commenter drops in and talks about his time recently meeting Zac Efron. Finally, The Godfather Stan Savran stops by to get brutally honest about the Pirates.
Mr. Wednesday, Jeff Konkle, stops by for the first hour to discuss all the news. Mark Madden joins in the third hour to discuss sports and movies, as does Bret Kreischer who discusses his new tour and the LA homeless problem.
Robert Pattinson will be Batman, which reality shows would you like to see on Broadway? Billy Gardell is primed to play Jackie Gleason at some point, and the Top 10 High School movies of all time - and there is much dispute.
Adam Berry of MLB.com weighs in on a difficult weekend at home vs the NL Central rival Milwaukee Brewers and what the Pirates should do moving forward if they hope to make a significant stride in the coming weeks and improve their playoff positioning. Will that mean dealing a reliable outfielder for more pitching? We'll see
Adam Berry of MLB.com shares insight into what the Pirates can do (within reason) in order to address their dire straights on the mound, and who will be the first to return to the lineup. Also - it's no secret the Bucs have a plethora of outfielders, so which one is most likely to move in a trade? Also, Bill details which Steeler he'd as to prom, and gives advice to fifth graders.
Comedian Craig Shoemaker is performing at the IMPROV this weekend and he's about had it with overcorrecting helicopter hipster parents of the West Coast. Mike and Randy basque in the glory of The Who and their stellar performance at the PPG Paints Arena last night - a special guest drops by, too! Sean Collier gives the OK to Rocket Man and Starship Mantis and Feral Cat kick off a killer weekend for live music in the Burgh.
The Mayor Sean Casey says Josh Bell's power is the real deal and is here to stay, he also explains the process Bell underwent over the past few seasons to develop his swing into the 'Light Tower Power" type of hitter he has been this month. Also, Albert Almora Jr. had a scary moment at Minute Maid Park last night, and Sean Casey can relate.
Big Cat of Barstool Sports rates his best/worst sports commentators and SNL movies, and details some strange encounters he's had with Zac Efron and John Cena while out on the road with the Barstool crew.
Big Cat ranks his best and worst SNL movies, Sean Casey thinks Josh Bell's power at the plate is here to stay, and Stan Savran says Phil Kessel is as good as gone even though he vetoed a trade to MIN. Also, The Who are in town tonight!
The SuperGenius returns to the studio and is displeased with the results of the DVE Memorial Day 500 and it's placement of Whitesnake. Also: an update on the Phil Kessel trade watch, the Bruins chances of winning the Cup, Derek Dietrich's tear against the Pirates and why fans should still be filling PNC Park, and the Steelers addition by subtraction this off-season.
No one follows the DVE Memorial Day 500 like Weird Paul, who live tweeted the entire event all weekend. Check out Paul's take on the resurrection of the event and what he thinks of the new #1 (that's right, there was quite the upset) and who he felt was robbed of their rightful place in the top 500.
Weird Paul gives a recap of the Memorial Day 500, including where he thinks we went wrong, how shocked he was at the upset (Stairway was knocked off the top!). Also, why hike in Hawaii when you can just chill the hell out, and why does Mt. Everest look like the Phantom's Revenge in the middle of July?