Monday, August 4, 2014

Even During Troubled Times, IWS Radio Goes Rogue Wholesome

They said it couldn’t be done, but Jay, Matt, and the IWS Radio team did a wholesome, family fun show in response to their smutty show that they did the week before.  And?

It was awesome!!

Ma Tibbles chimed in not only once, but twice with her homespun wisdom.

Tammy Tibbles brought her spunky and fiercely fantastic form of life lessons as well.

Rev. Moneymaker graciously absolved Jay and Matt from all of their sins from last week’s show and then went on what appeared to be a drunken and expletive fueled tirade against Guy Ahnyurdyck.  It wasn’t pretty, but God Dammit, it was real life wholesomeness.

Jay made sure that the Brady Brunch showed up with some cutesy 70’s fun and morals, and Matt?

He brought along the Douglas family as the My Three Sons family celebrated Rob and Katie’s wedding/honeymoon.

We found out oddly enough that Drew Peacock has a quasi-wholesome side.

Listeners discovered at the same time as we did that in the 1950’s, teenage kids named Jimmy could be put on probation for knowing a homosexual named Ralph.

The Cleavers of Leave it to Beaver fame were well included as The Beave struggled with dating and Ward discussed the limited role of women.

Jay and Matt discussed the aforementioned Brady family and the disturbing dynamic between Daddy Mike and daughter Cindy.

Slyder Balzcock had a somewhat welcoming Friendship Day neighborhood cookout.

Jamie Mapleleaf opened things up as usual with harsh words for Matt, but as always, after that…the show kicked wholesome ass.

So…listen to it, love it, and laugh at it, and tell at least ten friends to do the same, because…well…this episode was wholesome.  So, give it a listen!!


2 comments:

I'm With Stupid said...

Damn, it takes so much more effort to be wholesome and decent than it does to be dirty and smutty. We did the best we could though.

Jay

I'm With Stupid said...

Jay: It changed my life. Cheers Jayman!!

Matt