Sean and Hayes recount their Celebrity Date Auction showdown with William Fichtner, then dig into the Real World and Marlon’s strong reasoning for anal sex, the poem reading scandal, and a funny thing Johnny does sometimes. Next is a Reality Show Show Preview Preview of the new Ryan Lochte show. Finally DANIELLA MCBRIDE of The Bachelor appears for her date with Sean and Hayes and chooses one of them to be her husband.
Sean and Hayes once again ask listeners to donate to their Kickstarter to help them with an upcoming Celebrity Date Auction, tell us which moments of The Voice made them cry, and take a look back at Bachelor Pad 3 by playing a clip of their old public radio show. Then, JOE MANDE shows up to talk to a caller about Next Knuckler and walks us through a typical episode of Bar Rescue.
Sean and Hayes ask listeners to help them with an upcoming Celebrity Date Auction as a gift for Hayes’ birthday, talk about Chuck & Wynona from The Amazing Race with a caller, and explain the spectacle that is Splash. Eventually, JAKE FOGELNEST drops by to talk about some dummy on Survivor, give us a sample of what Louie Anderson’s theme song on Splash should be, and recommend some great documentaries. This episode is dedicated to Brent Musburger.
Sean and Hayes show their SXSW love by recalling the shows they caught at the festival, Hayes’ prediction comes true as they discuss the Bachelor finale, and the guys weigh the strengths that Bar Rescue has over Kitchen Nightmares. Then their buddy Ben Rodgers wakes up to give the guys a call and talk about some insider information he has on The Amazing Race. Finally, GENEVIEVE PEARSON & VIRGIL GRIFFITH of King of The Nerds show up to talk about their overall experience on the show, their thoughts on the finale, and what would make season 2 of King Of The Nerds better.
Sean and Hayes take a moment to mug for the documentary crew cameras that have been following them around, talk about the love connection developing in The Amazing Race, and listen to a caller’s insane reality show story. Then, JEN STATSKY introduces herself to Sean and Hayes for the first time, discusses the dead cat episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and joins in on the fun of taking live calls. Plus, we hear from Sean’s high school buddy, Sean and Hayes get into the latest Survivor with a segment called This Kind of Racism Is Okay, and they break down the King of The Nerds finale to Jen.
Sean and Hayes went live for the first time and took a call from Bus Stop the Mystery Executive who gave us some good reveals about Survivor including a Too Hot For CBS moment, Jeff Probst’s pre-show ritual, and a reward challenge gone wrong. Then they take a couple calls to discuss the dating philosophy from the latest episode of The Bachelor, look back on some fascinating characters from The Challenge, and talk about the star studded cast of Hollywood Exes.
Sean and Hayes are excited about taping their Reality Show Show pilot, give their impressions of the new cast of The Amazing Race, and then talk about the drastic format changes made to the Top Chef finale. Eventually, PAUL F. TOMPKINS graces us with his presence to tell us about why he will never recap American Idol again, his enjoyment of watching So You Think You Can Dance, and does his best at a game of Is This A Real Reality Show.
Sean and Hayes review a submission for a reality show for them to produce with their discretionary fund, then dig into the season premiere of Survivor with an analysis of whether or not the contestants are lunchmeat. Next is a Tanks But No Tanks featuring a new theme and a new title, then JOE WENGERT appears to review TLC’s Best Funeral Ever and play a Bachelor-inspired game.