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NLO 1314: Post-Breakdown Roy

July 24th, 2019 | Posted by Patrick

Back in Tulsa, Patrick catches up with Roy Johnson a couple weeks after a breakup. So much has happened since we last heard from Roy, including his breakdown on another podcast with lovable Tulsa comedian Landry Miller (available on the Overdose for subscribers). Roy and Patrick try to fix the world, just like old times, through discussing stages of a breakup, what’s wrong with firemen who think they can cook, and much more. No one gets too mad and loses their shit in this one, and for the most part, the guys just podcast like a couple of gentlemen who understand how life works.



NLO 1313: Pre-Breakdown Roy

July 23rd, 2019 | Posted by Patrick

Patrick is in Tulsa, Oklahoma, catching up with his old friend and one of the first co-hosts to capture the hearts of NLO listeners everywhere, Roy Johnson. Roy is happily in a relationship and has mellowed quite a bit in his advanced age. Patrick sits him down to weigh in on his new lifestyle, and a few other Tulsa characters you may know. Most of this show is dedicated to Patrick absolutely hating Roy’s dog, an adorable yet mentally disabled pug named Captain Jeter. Listen to a few minutes of this dog and try to honestly say you don’t want to throw it on to a fire pit of your own building.



NLO 1312: Beatings and Bitings

June 18th, 2019 | Posted by Patrick

Patrick is back stateside and resurrects the podcast from Las Vegas, NV. Patrick catches up with Alex Ansel, who reveals some secrets of his recently concluded relationship. Spoiler alert – he has bite marks all over his body and likes it when women make him feel pain. Patrick talk a bit about his final weeks in Australia, gives an example of a positive Mexican story while denouncing an old bit he used to do, and discusses why men don’t send each other porn videos. Alex teaches us where to buy discounted shoes, and professes his love for the angry Whopper, whatever that is.