This Epic Disaster

This Epic Disaster

A weekly comedy podcast about the epic disasters in our lives, from crappy jobs to dysfunctional relationships. Hosted by longtime Atlanta podcasters, Cheri and Rick, This Epic Disaster features humor, interviews, pop culture, beer and valuable information you can use when the things in your life go horribly wrong. New disastrous shows every Monday.

Episodes

May 16, 2022 45 min

This week Rick is having dogja vu. Cheri is getting another cat. Rick recalls gross and disgusting restaurant stories. A strange murder case is discovered in South Carolina and we discover a very tall family. Not a bad week. Our Live Beer Review is Boulevard Brewing's Rye on Rye.

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Well, this is last week's episode that had sound issues. The issues have been kinda fixed we think. It may not be perfect so if it bugs you, feel free to skip to the next episode. Our Live Beer Review is Key Lime Pie Nitro by Left Hand Brewing Company.

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May 3, 2022 68 min

Cheri realizes she may be Kramer. Rick get a reminder about sizzurp. Cheri and Rick discuss the importance of recognizing the people who came before you and di the hard work to make your life easier. Rick gives Cheri a quiz on famous pets. Our Live Beer Review Is Belhaven Black NITRO.

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April 26, 2022 68 min

It's Rick's Birthday week and so the discussion is about God and booze. Always a fun time. The Live Beer Review is Silent Accord by Six Bridges Brewing.

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April 19, 2022 59 min

Rick has a punk music moment. Cheri remembers her hometown. Rick discovers one of his older poems is packed with historical coincidence. We give recognition to some people doing the hard work. Our Live Beer Review this week is Narragansett's Mango-Passionfruit Shandy.

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April 11, 2022 39 min

Cheri and Rick record a very special morning episode and, therefore, decide not to do a Live Beer Review this week. Rick wonders what our parents' secret code word or phrase was for having sex. No, no, no, don't tell us! Cheri forces Rick to watch a Ryan Reynolds movie. Rick learns about The Band.

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April 4, 2022 82 min

This week we welcome April with a basket full of April activities. We also plan our next Zoom meeting which will be full of very interesting activities of it's own. So interesting we are calling it Evil Zoom 2022! Listen for details and make plans to join us! Our Live Beer Review this week is Pontoon Brewing's Average Joe.

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March 29, 2022 63 min

OK, if you don't know what we are talking about on this episode, we probably don't either so lets all rest in the comfort of that. Cheri confronts new OCD issues. And gets a new cat. Not a bad week. Our Live Beer Review is United Craft Lager by New Realm Brewing Company

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March 21, 2022 69 min

Cheri has a breakthrough on how she views relationships. Rick goes to Florida and encounters a lonely cow which leads to an existential experience. Our Live Beer Review is Mama's Little Yella Pills by Oskar Blues Brewery

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March 13, 2022 51 min

We had a few difficulties with the podcast distributing last week. Thanks to those listeners who gve us a heads up. On this episode, Rick surprises Cheri with a pretty cool gift. We wonder about hidden cameras on dates. A documentary shows that some people never grow up. Even in their 80s. Our Live Beer Review is Cigar City Brewing's Frost Proof.

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March 7, 2022 61 min

Rick has a bad seafood experience and recalls another. Cheri finds an awesome recycled merchandise shopping site. Rick is watching gun videos in his continuing quest for a weapon. We introduce a new feature, "Fact or Fooked?" Our Live Beer Review is Divine Intervention Rice Lager by Good Word Brewing

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March 1, 2022 57 min
Cheri lets us know all the important days of March. A science company has figured out how to create fake meat from... the air. Yep. Air meat. A guy was swindling women on Tinder, taking hundreds of thousands of dollars to live his extravagant lifestyle. He got caught and they made a documentary about him and now he's a celebrity. Our Live Beer Review is Bell's Sparkle Berry
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February 22, 2022 69 min

Rick ponders having a mullet again. Cheri attends a stand-up comedy show in the art gallery. Rick digs into the power (or unpower) of prayer. Our Live Beer Review is Ommegang's Keep It Crunchy Granola Stout.

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February 14, 2022 55 min

Rick gets a positive COVID test. A pastor in Tennessee has a book burning and Cheri and Rick try to figure out a way to exploit it. Rick catches his cat watching porn and himself watching a talking penis. Our Live Beer Review is Founder's Brewing Frootwood Barrel-Aged Cherry Ale.

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February 9, 2022 82 min

Cheri believes we should be napping more. Rick wonders if old people can still contribute to society. Cheri is watching autopsy videos online. Our Live Beer Review of the week is Sycamore's Vanilla Affogato.

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February 1, 2022 75 min

Rick has been doing something on the internet that he is ashamed to admit. Cheri has an uncomfortable encounter with an unprofessional doctor. When does protesting against a company's policies actually punish the wrong people? Our Live Beer Review is Lucky Chicken by Lucky Brew.

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January 25, 2022 75 min
Rick gets good health news but several celebrities do not. And speaking of celebrities, there are a few who are relying on a rather novel way to make a few extra bucks. Lots of extra bucks it turns out. Our Live Beer Review is Stone's Sublimely Self-Righteous Black IPA.
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January 19, 2022 65 min

With the National Holiday on Monday, someone got busy having fun and forgot to post the podcast on the proper day. We won't mention his name here. Rick sees the Netflix movie about asteroids and wonders what the chances the Earth could be headed for doom. Speaking of which, if an asteroid was heading for the earth, would you want to hang around to experience the impending doom or would you off yourself and enjoy and early peace...

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January 10, 2022 71 min

Why do people believe conspiracies? Are there any conspiracies that you think might have some merit? And what are the most popular conspiracies being debated today? Cheri and Rick investigate. Our Live Beer Review this week is Interrogation Coffee Milk Stout by Scofflaw Brewing Company.

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January 4, 2022 73 min

After tons of setbacks, we finally release our 200th episode! Whew! That's to everyone for being patient. In this show we discuss all about the podcast and how we got where we are today. We give you a behind the scenes peek into our process and we discuss whether we should continue or quit while we're ahead. Thanks to everyone for sticking with us this far!

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