JAZ & Andy debate Big Ketchup, celebrate Huge Electronics & ponder Giant Monsters, Johnny Mo tells us about his latest short film role & the whole gang clowns around for a rare morning recording session to kick off our long overdue Chicagoland springtime! Plus, Gimme Five!
JAZ & Andy discuss the politics of condiments, Johnny Mo brings the wackiest news he can find & the boys meet their match when they finally share the studio with two ladies as foul-mouthed & funny as they like to think they are: Steph & Steph from Stephs in the City!!
JAZ & Andy eat unhealthy snacks, Johnny Mo takes the day off & the boys get loud, weird & gross! Ever had Pickled Hot Dogs? You should!! Don’t let the pinkish juice fool ya’.
JAZ & Andy get loud, Johnny Mo does the news for you & we basically learn the entire plot of a new Netflix documentary that you have to see for yourself to believe!
JAZ & Andy are back in the swing of things with Johnny Mo, the boys play a brand new game called Jimmy Cagney & talk Chicago film-making with actor/writer/producer/director/daddy: Sean Patrick Leonard!!
JAZ & Andy are back in full effect with Johnny Mo on the scene. The gang catches up after a long hiatus, discuss Strawdog’s seasonal success Masque Macabre & talk shop with actor, playwright & director Chris Walsh of Lifeline Theatre.
JAZ & Andy catch up with our old friend & enemy World Wide Wesley Whitaker, Johnny Mo is acting again & everybody gets a fashion lesson for dudes from wardrobe stylist & men’s style specialist, BETH ARGUS!!
JAZ & Andy welcome Johnny Mo back with open arms, we all learn about some crazy news from around the world & everybody loses their musical inhibitions with a brand new game
JAZ & Andy wonder where in the world is Johnny Mo, everybody wonders how seven small dogs could possibly kill a person & we talk about the wonderful world of comedy with comedian & satirist Sydney Davis, Jr. Jr. (Yup, that’s two juniors!)
JAZ & Andy reminisce about Senior Prom, Johnny Mo tells us about news & the people who tell us about news & we learn about the Chicago film & television industry from professional actor & casting professional: Jose Antonio Garcia