This week, your hosts discuss last week, more specifically, the Don't Panic Radio Show live birthday show. Steve and Paul also review MP Cavalier's single "The Blue Girl," Steve attempts his Transcontinental Railroad/smart phone analogy once again. How do editing mishaps make the show better? What the hell is a Luddibomber? And what's going on with Pateron?
MP Cavalier, Uncle Karl, The Lovely Constance, and a little scotch. What more could you want? Surrrounded by their friends, Paul and Steve celebrate their birthdays by making a DP with their friends and family. They did it live and then Paul spent 5 days bleeding and sweating to bring you this kickass episode. Get ready to ignore the news.
This week we debut the new hit single, Blue Girl, from MP Cavalier.
Who will save us from ourselves? Self-driving cars? Necessity? Black Lighting? Tune in and find out. Also this episode, Steve and Paul announce upcoming plans for their Indiana Comicon Don't Panic After Party Birthday Blowout! Sure there's more on this episode, but revealing would be telling. Besides, there should be some surprises in life, right?
From Peter Frampton, to Humble Pie, to Pi Day, don't ask us how this show happens. Like Killdozer, it goes where it wants to. From Stephen Hawking's Brief History of Time, to Paul's brief history of God, this one has it all. Also this week, Steve discusses his family's pilgrimage from Alabama, to Michigan. Well almost Michigan, anyway. The baton has been passed; Paul introduced his son to Pootie Tang, Steve wants to know why there are never any ghosts on the news, and Irresponsible Headline Interpretations are back once again. Rounding out this episode, smoking the Bible, the work ethic of kids today, and Black Lighting!
What do old men do on a Friday night? Steve and Paul aren't really sure, but they recorded a podcast. This week, why do we memorize state capitals? Paul shares his love for Close Encounters of the Third Kind and the mom from Christmas Story. Steve lets Paul finally talk, and he digs himself into a hole over news of Wonder Woman 2. We have both the return of Irresponsible Headline Interpretations, as well as the 130,000 Year Old Mastodon. Also this episode, Steve and Paul discuss the recent events in Black Lightning as well as their obsession with Christine Adams. Who? Listen to the show and find out.
Softcore History: Cesar Chavez.
Not to be confused with Che Guevera.
Sebastian says, "My mermaids better have my money!"
How to survive a child's birthday party (if not pick-up time).
Steve's friend Anna leaves us a voicemail about Steve's underage accountant and his pre-op transgenderism.
How to find your people. And contribute!
And finally, after all these years: Why it is Pointless to Panic...
Kids' birthday parties
Clean drunk, party sober
Black Panther preview (and the thing Steve hates about Black Panther)
Black Lightning is blacker than Black Panther
Why bother learning history?
Why did white Europeans and Asians do so much better than Africans and Indians?
Why are white people afraid to become the minority in America?
In a gripping tale of love and tragedy, the next installment of Softcore History celebrates everyone's fake Hallmark Saint. After the break, the guys catch up on Black Lightning with an epic two-episode review. That's it. Quality content for the best audience on the planet.
Elon Musk put Don't Panic on the map this week. A map of the solar system. His Tesla, David Bowie, and a copy of this show's favorite book. Also this week, a new segment called "Softcore History" and a long awaited installment of T&D. This is a good one, folks.