Darryl Hunt, Paul ”Hokey” Hokanson, Nick Frank, and the occasional guest talk about sports, entertainment, and other shenanigans
Darryl, Nick, and Connor preview Super Bowl LVI, and each give their picks. They move on to the Tuukka Rask, which spawns lots of other sports talk, and then they finish with the usual shenanigans.
Darryl and Nick start the first podcast of 2022 laughing at not getting around to recording a holiday episode, and then engage in some banter before swinging into the New England Patriots, Boston Bruins, and Red Sox. They then flow into the usual shenanigans before promising when the next episode will be...
Darryl, Nick, and Connor talk about all the recent sports news, including the Red Sox and the baseball lockout, the New England Revolution's early playoff exit, the rise of the New England Patriots, the Marchand and Lemieux NHL suspensions, and how Brian Kelly screwed over Notre Dame's players, plus the usual shenanigans
Darryl and Nick once again battle Spectrum's terrible internet to talk about the New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, and Boston Bruins. They also talk about Quaboag football, who won the group's NASCAR fantasy league, computer security, and loads of other shenanigans.
Darryl and Nick battle another late October storm to talk about the Red Sox and grade their season, ask if the Patriots are a playoff team, talk about Tom Brady's 600th TD pass and the "controversy" of trading the ball back, and briefly touch upon the Bruins and Celtics before mentioning there would be more Revolution chat if Matty would join in. They also talk about the team Nick helps coach (Quaboag High School footba...
Darryl, Nick, and Rich are joined by Worcester Railers Director of Ticket Sales Connor Haynes as they talk about the upcoming hockey season and some of the new things fans can expect as the team and DCU Center deals with COVID related issues. They then talk about the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots, and in the question of the day name their Boston pro player whose number isn't retired but should be.
Darryl and Paul spend the episode talking about some of their favorite conspiracy theories and generally laughing at things like people believing the earth is flat, or the moon landing was faked. They talk about many others, including chemtrails, Area 51, Bigfoot, and more. They end the episode by discussing their two most favorite conspiracy theories, the assassinations of JFK and RFK.
Darryl, Nick, and Rich talk briefly about the Patriots cutting Cam Newton and then spend the rest of the podcast talking about fantasy football, mentioning some sites players can use and some things for people drafting should think about. The gang then answers one of the oddest group questions asked so far.
Darryl and Nick are joined by Matty as they discuss the Worcester Bravehearts and Worcester Railers, swing into the Cam Newton vs Mac Jones debate, then add in some Red Sox and Celtics talk which devolves into a salary cap discussion, and finally move on to college football and stadiums. Plus this week's question, where listeners get three fat guys talking about healthy foods. (Link to video mentioned in podcast: https://www.f...
Darryl and Nick return from an extra-long vacation to run into audio and computer issues. Once those are worked out they talk about Nick's NASCAR trip to Loudin, Olympic sports and how social media impacts viewership. Then they move to the Bruins and talk about the early part of free agency, talk about the new restaurant "Off the Rails" and how much Darryl hates expensive burgers, and then swing into the Red Sox.
Darryl and Nick begin the show with Nick admitting his hold-out, and then Paul joins in to continue the technology comedy of errors. The gang then talks about the Red Sox, Celtics, and other sporting news all the while keeping an eye on a close-by tornado warning. Then the shenanigans really begin as they talk about women playing in the ECHL, the new ESPN hockey coverage, and then some movie trivia. The great stories at the end are...
Darryl and Paul talk about the world opening up again after COVID, then some talk about the WooSox and Polar Park, swing into the Bruins and Celtics, joke about some of the amazing sports plays they were a part of that were totally by accident, and other assorted shenanigans.
Darryl and Paul talk about the Bruins' playoff run, the Celtics probably being swept and Kyrie Irving's comments about Boston fans, the Patriots and the latest Spygate revelation, and if the Red Sox bubble has burst. They then spend far too much time talking about Phil Mickelson, and then they answer the question of the week, plus the usual shenanigans.
Darryl and Nick talk about Paul's holdout for money and then swing into the New England Patriots draft. While talking about the draft Charter's ugly head interrupts the conversation. Once the problem is fixed they talk more about the draft, move on to the Bruins and Celtics, tease next week's question of the week, and other assorted shenanigans.
Darryl and Nick go scriptless once again and talk about the Bruins, Red Sox, and Celtics and what's going on with them, chat about high school sports, name players they hate but would love for them to play for their teams, and lots and lots of other shenanigans.
Darryl and Nick open the show talking about their COVID vaccine experience, swing into some Bruins trade talk and thoughts on Taylor Hall, move into Julian Edelman's retirement, mention some random cool sports stats, touch on The Masters, and other assorted shenanigans.
Darryl and Nick throw the script away (mostly) and talk about a ton of stuff, including Nick coaching Quaboag football, the guys getting ready for golf season, baseball opening day, the Bristol mud race, then they touch upon a bunch of other sports topics, and add on the usual shenanigans.
Darryl, Paul, and Nick talk about NHL referee Tim Peel's gaffe into an open microphone and the "outrage" it's caused, then swing into some talk about the New England Patriots and their quarterback situation, some thoughts on Marvin Hagler, and then talk about some golf. The gang also reveal what their usual uniform numbers are, and other assorted shenanigans.
Darryl, Paul, and Nick are joined by Worcester Railers Manager of Group Sales & HC Memberships Connor Haynes as they talk about some of the things the organization is doing in the community, and then the gang talks about the recent signings by the New England Patriots, the oddest things they've seen at live sporting events, their favorite Easter candy, and other assorted shenanigans.
Darryl, Paul, and Nick begin by talking about the beginning of the high school football season in Massachusetts, move into the Bruins outdoor game at Lake Tahoe, respond to a listener who wanted the gang to pick the most overrated Boston athletes, spend some time on the Tiger Woods car crash, and then talk about some TV shows they want to see come back. Plus an update on the Shenanigans NASCAR fantasy league.
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