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#135-Sean “X-Pac” Waltman


Sean “XPac” Waltman is in the Captain’s chair on a busy news day, talking about the OJ Simpson parole hearing with KNBC TV Legal Analyst Royal Oakes, also the suicide of Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington, “Game of Thrones” and the reaction to “Confederate” the new project from that show’s creators. Then, a conversation about the WWE’s Jinder Mahal saying he has creative control over his WWE character leads to a chat about Disney firing Steve Whitmire, who has been the voice of Kermit the Frog for 27 years and how Sean remembers exerting some creative control during his time with WWE, including how to convince Vince McMahon your idea was actually his so that he would want to do it.

#103-Ring The Gong And Scam On!


Keven and a partial crew (without Roxy and Bonjour Juliet) fly through a week’s worth of topics, including television preachers like Joel Osteen, and comparing them to wrestling. Keven also shares his thoughts on Nancy Kerrigan’s performance on “Dancing with the Stars”, which leads down a rabbit hole with Tonya Harding, Jeff Gilooly and Shawn Eckhardt. Then, we hear about Keven’s Mexican vacation with Karen, and his 30 day purge writing for 12 minutes a day about things that have bothered him over the years. Finally, we close out the show paying tribute to the late, great Chuck Barris and “The Gong Show”, and looking ahead to Monday night when the crew will demonstrate their slut walks for special guests Amber Rose.

#101- You Can Scam, But You Still Gotta Work


Before Keven is whisked away on a Mexican vacation with Karen, he beams onto the bridge to talk to discuss a Roman Rains heel turn with X-Pac. Then, the Tomorrow Show crew is educated with more lessons from Kung Fu, new lessons of Underdog and comes up with an amazing sitcom idea for he and Michael to develop.

# 88 – Sean “X-Pac” Waltman

Keven starts the show announcing The Tomorrow Show’s partnership with Carolla Digital and Podcast One. Then, the crew revists the notion from Thursday’s show of letting God take the wheel. There’s a discussion on Ashley’s time management (and drink management!), lessons that can be learned from Seinfeld’s Soup Nazi, President Trump’s executive order banning travel from 7 largely Muslim countries for 90 days. XPac raves about this weekend’s Royal Rumble, and takes issue with some text feedback from our own Jared-At-32. There’s also new lessons from Captain Lou, and Roxy finally explains her girl-on-girl experience.