Episode 035 starts with Tim telling tales of pain, anguish and stupidity. That pain and anguish quickly translates into the other members of H.U.N.K.S. as they try to figure out the logic behind Tim's madness. Dana's goal is to not let anything bother her - good luck, you idiot! "You're like some sort of kaleidoscope of human thought." - Quinn Greene describing Tim Gray. How perfect is that? This week Matt learned about cockroaches, groups of pugs, and 'who's brave enough to fuck me?' We get into wolves! And, most importantly, dogs. Lots of dog talk. Matt is a Jack Russel Terrier, Rory is a St. Bernard, Tim is a 4/20 Friendly Pomeranian, etc. Which Dog do you think we are? Look. We know that we will all eventually witness a major crime and have to testify in court against a family of influence. We're looking forward to a world where Fredrick McNaulty, Todd "Duke" Jones, Randy Cougar-Melloncamp, Theodore "Teddy" Daughtermen, and Van Wood start their own podcast from different corners of the world. We were so heavy on the first 2/3rds of the show that we had to wrap up the 3rd portion without doing one of our classic segments!
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This is our 33rd episode! And it was released exactly 7 days since Quinn Greene's 33rd birthday.
It's a very special episode because we a very special guest - Kane Greene! Quinn and Kane Greene are brothers who are struggle with mental illness. Numan Films followed the two brothers and their family around for over a year filming the upcoming documentary 'Being Greene'.
In addition to discussions about mental illness, we also talk about Tim Gray carrying around a bag of hair that's from his ex girlfriends and is still growing. So, we pretty much covered all of the bases.
While you listen to this week's episode you might notice a whole new set of audio issues! Tim's microphone cut out a couple times, but I don't believe anything important was missed. If you enjoyed this episode and wanted to talk about it (or anything else) please email us. We'd love to chat about mental illness. OR bags of human hair.