The Goods from the Woodsactive
Publisher |
Rivers Langley
Join hosts Rivers Langley, Pat Reilly, and Mr. Goodnight on their intrepid aural expedition through the world of oft-forgotten pop culture on "The Goods from the Woods". Featuring personal tales and recollections on the theme from the hosts and their special weekly guests, "The Goods from the Woods" will leave you enlightened. It will leave you enraptured. You will find yourself changed, daddy! Also, you will laugh.
Country Of Origin |
USA
Produced In |
Los Angeles, CA
Premiere Date |
2013-09-06
Frequency |
Weekly

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down for a SUPERSIZED episode with one of their all-time favorite guests, Luke Jensen, and they're running down THE ENTIRE YEAR OF 1999 aka "The Attitude Era of the World". This guide is as hilarious as it is comprehensive you'll ever find. It might legitimately be our magnum opus. Give it a listen and see! If not for us, do it for the "Nookie". Follow Luke on Twitter and Instagram at @LukeFJensen.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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Happy World Cup, y'all! Here's a little bit of bonus content from the Goods from the Woods boys. In this episode, Dr. Pat, Rivers, Mr. Goodnight, and our guest from earlier in the week, Sam Harter, go through their brackets as they try to determine who's gonna win the big prize. The thing is Pat is the only one who knows anything about soccer. The other three literally know NOTHING about the teams or even the sport really and that's where the fun comes in. This is a really great short bonus ep. We hope you enjoy it. OLÉ! OLÉ! OLÉ! OLÉ! OLÉ! OLÉ!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with comedian Sam Harter to talk about the always-bad decisions involved with overeating. We talk about buffets and TUMS and steak and Alka-Seltzer. This episode is overstuffed with fun and we think you're gonna love it! Follow Sam on all social media @SlamHarter.  Song of the week this week is "All I Gave" by World Party. You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by one of San Francisco's finest comedians: Kaseem Bentley! This episode absolutely covers the yard; from a discussion of Kaseem's time working with special needs kids, to Byron Allen buying the Weather Channel, to a particularly hilarious discussion of how long everyone could last on a very specific Japanese game show. This episode is lean and mean and PURE COMEDY GOLD. Get after it, y'all. Follow Kaseem on all forms of social media @Kaseem Bentley. 

Song of the week is "A.M. AM" by Damien Jurado.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys run down WIkipedia's list of the supposed "Worst Albums of All Time". How bad could these really be? Well, as it turns out, they're pretty bad but also HILARIOUS. This episode will delve into albums such as GNR's long-awaited flop 'Chinese Democracy', Billy Joel's prog rock band "Attila", and the HORRIBLE Lou Reed and Metallica collaboration! We are very proud of this episode and we just know you're gonna dig it! Song of the week this week is "After Prom" by tyler plazio off their new EP 'Memories' which will be available on July 13, 2018.

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by L.A. radio legend, Steve Chiotakis, Afternoon News Anchor for KCRW here in Los Angeles! So, we figured that since we have a legitimate newsman in the studio, we might as well talk about the moment in 2009 when the news (specifically 24 hour cable news) "jumped the shark". On October 15, 2009, the nation was captivated by events in the skies above Denver, Colorado where a UFO shaped balloon supposedly carrying a six year old boy named "Falcon" inside of it was floating across the sky and the nation was RIVETED. When the balloon laded, there was no boy inside, and suddenly everything just exploded. The whole story of the Heene Family is one of the craziest things you'll ever hear and you will be surprised (or maybe you won't be) to find out what they're like now. This episode is such a good time. Follow Steve on all forms of social media @RadioChio. 

Song of the week is "Downhearted Fools" by Chris Stalcup The Grange. You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by one of their all-time favorite Los Angeles-based comedians, Raj Desai! This episode goes deep into the failures of fast food novelty menu items Did you know, at one time, McDonalds had both pizza and wings and Taco Bell had a burger called a "Bell Beefer"? It's as true as it is disgusting: VERY! We also talk a little bit about the movie 'Major League', sports hero posters, and the now well-known story of the New Jersey "Pooperintendent". This is such a good time. Give us a listen. Follow Raj on Twitter @_RajDesai. Song of the week is "Keep Cool" by Messan. You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with comedian and podcaster extraordinaire, Brandie Posey for a deep dive into everyone's favorite living meme: NICOLAS CAGE! From the memes, to the movies, to the long list of crazy off-screen shit, Nicolas Cage is one of the most fascinating people on Earth and we're going into intimate detail for this one. We can't wait for you guys to hear this episode. Follow Brandie on social media @Brandazzle and check out her new record 'Opinion Cave'!  Song of the week this week is "The Girl from Shiloh" by the Pine Hill Haints. You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with their returning guest, the hilarious actor and comedian, Andrew Lopez! Andrew talks about spending a weekend in rapper Riff Raff's house in Las Vegas and acting alongside "The Hero in All of Us" John Cena on the new movie 'Blockers'. Also, Mr. Goodnight tells us about the experience of being in New Orleans for WrestleMania! This episode is super funny and, if you don't like it, you might just need an "Attitude Adjustment"! Follow Andrew on Twitter @ABLopezIsATweet.

 

Song of the week this week: "Fly Away" by Fester Hagood.

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian and host of the CRACKED Podcast, Alex Schmidt! Alex used to work as a tour guide at a zoo in Chicago and today we're talking all about it. We also talk about the absolute bottom of the barrel of reality TV when a man designed a special suit that would supposedly allow him to be swallowed alive by an anaconda. This episode is so damn funny and we can't wait for y'all to hear it! Follow Alex on Twitter @AlexSchmidty. You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys run down some of the lesser-known music that they've been digging lately in preparation for the Waverly Boogie in Waverly, Alabama this weekend!  Dr. Pat's picks:  Dolly Mixture - "The Same Mistake" Gary Low - "I Want You" Wicked Witch - "Vera's Back" The Atlantics - "It's A Hard Life" Rivers's picks: The Memphis Mafia - "Love Me Rough" Rusty Kershaw - "I'm Going to Louisiana"  Mahavishnu Orchestra - "Open Country Joy" Shinyribs - "I Don't Give A Shit" Mr. Goodnight's picks: George Harrison - "Behind That Locked Door" Frank Zappa - "Willie the Pimp"

The Idolaters - "Heart Throb" Clarence Carter - "Why Do I Stay Here?" 

 

Come see Rivers and Mr. Goodnight in Auburn, AL on 4/20 at The Hound and Rivers and friend of the show Monika Scott in Chattanooga, TN on 4/23 at Moccasin Bend Brewing.

Song of the week this week: "Rebel Yell" by Skinny Bumpkin.

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome back to the show the absolutely hilarious comedians Ed Greer (@EdGreerDestroys) and Klee Wiggins (@KleeThePimp)! What starts off as a simple conversation about how Ed and Rivers have both recently begun drinking coffee quickly turns into one of the funniest, most rollicking discussions we've ever had on the show. We talk about the hilariously awful pyramid schemes that plague middle America as well as their Hollywood counterpart: Scientology! This is such a fun episode and we'd love it if you gave it a listen. 

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are eulogizing the vortex of madness that was the comedy open mic at the Unurban Coffee House in Santa Monica which suddenly stopped last week after running continuously since c.1993.  We also go over the beats of the rest of our AMAZING trip to the Yukon Comedy Festival. This episode is as bizarre as it is hilarious. Give us a listen today. 

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, Rivers and Mr. Goodnight head north... WAY NORTH! It's our first ever live episode from the Yukon Comedy Festival in Whitehorse, Yukon in Northern Canada. First, we talk with comedian Kyle Clark (@KyleClarkIsRad) about how Mr. Goodnight became King of the Winos during our first day in the Yukon. Then we take a hard left turn into Weirdsville as we talk Yukon U.F.O.'s with comedian George Maratos (@YukonImprov) and then we run down the roster of Klondike-based cryptids with comedian James Boyle (@JamesB0yle). Then we all try to figure out which monster will take on our grand champion cryptid from Episode #108: SASQUATCH! This episode is wild and we think you're gonna love it.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys talk about playing hooky with comedian Joe Kaye. We talk about school and the joys of leaving it. Side tangents include Divine's disco career, custom scents, and what happens when the Flintstones meet Breaking Bad. Follow Joe on Twitter @JoeCharlesKaye. Song of the week is "We Hate School" by Terry Funk. You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, it's just Rivers and Dr. Pat (Mr. Goodnight accidentally overslept due to Daylight Savings Time) talking to one of the funniest comics in Los Angeles: Virginia Jones! In this wide-ranging discussion, we cover the exciting world of Hollywood head shot pictures, Gothic Industrial Music, tap dancing, one hit wonders, and the glorious stories that come out of doing a ride share job in the gig economy. Virginia is amazing and we can't wait for y'all to hear this episode! Follow Virginia on Twitter @BadiniaDones and check out her INCREDIBLE album Gothic American on iTunes and Spotify. 

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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Following the groundbreaking Billy Tournament last week, in this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down to run the same angle but this time with ladies named "Patty" (or "Patti"). Watch what happens when we pit Pattys Smith, Smyth, Hearst, Mayonnaise, LaBelle, and MORE up against one another. Tune in to find out which Patty (or Patti) is the best Patty (or Patti)? You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down to determine which guy named "Billy" is the best Billy. Watch what happens when we pit Billys Preston, Joel, Ocean, Carter, Maze, Blanks, and MORE up against one another. This episode is amazing and next week it's gonna be the same gimmick but with the ladies so, stay tuned for that! You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with comedian Alex Hooper to talk about his recent work on Comedy Central's 'Roast Battle' as well as his SOLD OUT! "Pug Yoga" calendar. We also talk about the recent corporatization and overbooking of the Puppy Bowl and the Kitty Bowl. Alex Hooper is a national treasure and one of our closest friends and we hope you love this episode as much as we do! Follow Alex on Twitter @HooperHairPuff.  Song of the week is "Lycanthropic" by Undercover Monsters.

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with comedian Jeff Wattenhofer for a chat about the good ol' days of L.A. comedy and the brutality of open mics. We also talk about the new Cracker Barrel in Victorville, CA and Jeff's AMAZING new podcast, "Exit Strategy" which asks performers the question: "What would you do with your life if you had to quit comedy?" This is an absolutely fantastic episode and we think you're gonna love it. Follow Jeff on Twitter @JWattenhofer. Song of the week is "Feb. 14" by Drive-By Truckers. 

Come see Rivers live in Mesa, AZ on 2/22. 8 PM at Comedy Off Main St. Tickets at Eventbrite. Just type in "Rivers Langley".

 

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, Rivers sits down with friend of the show, comedian Joe Raines, to present a couple pieces of never-before-released audio along with inducting the newest member of the Goods from the Woods Hall of Fame. Even though the Goods from the Woods Boys couldn't be in the same room this week, they're all here in this episode and we know you're gonna love it! Follow Joe on Twitter and Instagram at @JoeMFRaines.  Song of the week is "I Called You" by J. Roddy Walston the Business. You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by the hilarious comedian and INCREDIBLE musician, Rick Wood. Rick Wood is one of the funniest comedy writers and performers in Hollywood. He's also in the process of making an album of grunge covers of Jim Croce's Greatest Hits record, 'Photographs Memories'. We talk all about Canadian Tuxedos, the battle of the Iron Clad Ships at Hampton Roads, and about the finer things in life... like cheesecake. This is a hilarious episode and we think you're gonna love it! Follow Rick on Twitter @RickW00d (the "o"'s are zeros) and go see him do stand-up on the road! Song of the week is "Stormy" by Classics IV.   You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with comedian and co-host of the Nerd G.O.A.T. Podcast, Ron Swallow! In this episode we're going through the pantheon of Hollywood martial artists. We're talkin' Van Damme, Norris, the villainous Steven Seagal and more! We also have an update on our piece on Frank Dux. This episode is hilarious and we think you're gonna love it! Follow Ron @DorkySwallow. Song of the week is "Instruments of Destruction" by N.R.G.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome the absolutely amazing comedian and wrestling podcaster, Danielle Radford to the show! Today, Dr. Pat is leading this deep dive episode telling the story of the time in 1995 that perilous international diplomacy met professional wrestling inside the "Hermit Kingdom" of North Korea. We're talkin' Ric Flair and Scott Steiner in Pyongyang, y'all. This is one of the craziest stories we've ever covered! It's 100% TRUE and we think you're gonna enjoy it thoroughly! Meltzer gives this one 6 and 3/4 stars. Follow Danielle on Twitter @DanielleRadford and listen to her incredible podcast "Tights Fights" on the Maximum Fun Network!  Song of the week is "Ric Flair" by Brian Brown.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian and host of the "Bleak in Review" Podcast, Kevin Anderson! Today, we're talking about all the scandalous, drunken, and piss-soaked antics that take place around the water. In Kevin's native Sacramento, CA, it's the American River! We talk about jumping off of things into the water, nu metal, and hurting yourself badly. This episode is hilarious and we hope you enjoy it! Give us a listen and follow Kevin on Twitter @KBAndersonYo! You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode of the "studcast", it's all studs and no duds! It's just the Goods from the Woods Boys on their first show of 2018 talking about who would win in a fight amongst famous hair metal and hard rock lead singers. Will Axl Rose defeat the guy from Stryper? Will the dude from W.A.S.P. vanquish the metal version of Vanilla Ice? Will Diamond Dave hold sway over all? There's only one way to find out! Also, Bernie "Big Poppa Pump" Sanders makes his debut on the show and it's the greatest thing since sliced bread! 

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Rivers and Dr. Pat (Goodnight had a doctor's appointment) are talking about hip-hop music in the 90's and early-2000's with the host of the "Swatches and Jukeboxes" Podcast, comedian Neil Charles! In this episode we talk about the death of comedy skits and sexy interludes on rap albums, the INCREDIBLE videos of Busta Rhymes, and we go over the early history of the "Best Rap Album" Grammy from 1996-2000. We also finally figure out why Eminem says "Hi kids, do you like Primus?" on the radio edit of "My Name Is". This episode is fun for novice fans and hip-hop heads alike. Give us a listen today and BE SURE to follow Neil on Twitter @NeilCharlesFTW. 

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this VERY SPECIAL holiday episode, the GOods from the Woods Boys are visited by two guests of Christmas awesomeness. First up, Rivers and Dr. Pat adjourn to the coziness of the wintry chalet just up the road from Disgraceland to talk to a former Brooklyn Macy's seasonal worker, Neil Charles. Unsurprisingly, Neil is traumatized by Christmas and kinda hates it. Then, back at Disgraceland Studios, we chat it up with Christmas's #1 fan, comedian Grant Lyon. We talk about Christmas booze like cider and eggnog, favorite Christmas movies, and of course we hear some HILARIOUSLY AWFUL Christmas music (Korn has a Christmas song, y'all!). So, if you're at home and can't stand your family anymore or, if on this winter's night a traveler, hit play on this episode of The Goods from the Woods and get into the season or be justified in your hatred of it! Happy Holidays, y'all! Follow Neil on Twitter @NeilCharlesFTW. Follow Grant on Twitter @GrantLyon1.

 

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods boys welcome back comedian and host of This is Rad!, Kyle Clark, to talk about the last seven years in the life of the King of Rock 'N' Roll: Elvis Presley! In the 1970's, Elvis earned a black belt in karate, met the President of the United States, flew in a private jet for three hours just to get a sandwich, played hundreds of concerts, and regularly fought crime using his collection of honorary police badges and a blue police in his limo. Elvis was the real-life most interesting man in the world and we think you're gonna enjoy all the crazy stories in this episode. Follow Kyle on all social media @KyleClarkIsRad and DEFINITELY check out his podcast This is Rad!

You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy Come see Rivers down South this month!

12/18/17 - Sweetwater Brewing Co. - Atlanta, GA - 7 PM 12/20/17 - Halftime (w/ Mr. Goodnight) - Auburn, AL - 9 PM 12/22/17 - Epic Comedy Hour - Lowe Mill - Huntsville, AL - 8 PM 12/23/17 - Yellahammered - Syndicate Lounge - B'ham, AL - 7 PM

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are daring to hassle "The 'Hoff". Dr. Pat leads this rousing episode all about the storied music career of the biggest hunk on the beach: David Hasselhoff. From his meteoric rise to the top of the German pop charts to the fortuitous fizzling of his career in the good ol' U.S.A. we sample Hasselhoff's 1994 greatest hits album, Looking for... the Best of David Hasselhoff. We also talk about WHY he's huge in Germany, his SUPER WEIRD autobiography, and the reason O.J. Simpson might just be the one responsible for killing his music career. This episode is one of our favorites and we sincerely hope you love it as much as we do!  Song of the week this week: "You Get Me Hot" by Jimmy Bo Horne.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy Come see Rivers down South this month!

12/18/17 - Sweetwater Brewing Co. - Atlanta, GA - 7 PM 12/20/17 - Halftime (w/ Mr. Goodnight) - Auburn, AL - 9 PM 12/22/17 - Epic Comedy Hour - Lowe Mill - Huntsville, AL - 8 PM

12/23/17 - Yellahammered - Syndicate Lounge - B'ham, AL - 7 PM

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with the absolutely hilarious comedian Katrina Davis! We talk about the most obscure shows in Nickelodeon history (Anyone remember Wienerville?) and why people in the early 90's were obsessed with dolphins. We also get into the new Jersey Shore sequel, Floribama Shore, gigantic feral goldfish, and the extremely interesting phenomenon of synesthesia; a condition in which one sense (for example, hearing) is simultaneously perceived as if by one or more additional senses such as sight. This episode is all over the place and it's a great time from start to finish. Be sure to follow Katrina on Twitter and all social media @KatrinaSivad. 

Song of the week this week: "Whitehouse Road" by Tyler Childers.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian and Auburn University water polo star, Dave Williamson! In addition to being a top level athlete and the undisputed king of El Segundo comedy, Dave is also an expert in all things smoked meats. Dave regales us with tales of barbecue, nudity, and his life as the son of a Miami car dealer. This episode is hilarious and we just know you're gonna love it! Be sure to follow Dave on Twitter and all social media @DaveWComedy. 

Song of the week this week: "Queen of the Twist" by The Quadrajets.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with actor and comedian Jim Hegarty to talk about Garth Brooks's 1999 outing as his kayfabe, fictional alter ego: CHRIS GAINES. We cover the album In the Life of Chris Gaines, the NBC special, the fake VH1 Behind the Music, and the hilarious and bizarre episode of Saturday Night Live which featured Garth as the host and Chris Gaines as the musical guest. This is a deep dive into the strange, ridiculous world of mega-stardom. Garth Brooks fan or no, this episode will leave you shocked and amazed. Give us a listen! Follow Jim Hegarty on Twitter and Instagram @JimHegarty. You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy Sources Cited:

Bruchard, Jeremy. “Remember When Garth Brooks Became Chris Gaines?” Wide Open Country, 21 Sept. 2017, www.wideopencountry.com/17-years-ago-garth-brooks-alter-ego-bewildered-world/.

Deusner, Stephen. “Party Off, Garth: The Short Life And Long Death Of Chris Gaines.” Stereogum, 17 May 2016, www.stereogum.com/1876750/party-off-garth-the-short-life-and-long-death-of-chris-gaines/franchises/weird-90s/.

Flippo, Chet. “NASHVILLE SKYLINE: Garth Brooks' Musical Progeny: Monster or Misunderstood?” CMT News, CMT, 30 July 2009, www.cmt.com/news/1617320/nashville-skyline-garth-brooks-musical-progeny-monster-or-misunderstood/.

Flippo, Chet. “True Story Behind Brooks as Gaines.” Billboard, 16 Oct. 1999, pp. 45–45.

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome the hilarious comedian and podcaster, Jessica Michelle Singleton to Disgraceland to talk about her childhood in Mississippi and Alaska. We also read some Yelp reviews of a business in Carrollton, GA that will take you and a partner up in a small plane for the expressed purpose of joining "the Mile High Club". This episode is wild and we think you're gonna love it! Listen to Jessica Michelle's podcast, Ignorance is #Blessed on iTunes and listen to her new album, Please Don't Leave Me, now on Spotify. Also, be sure to follow her on Twitter and all social media @JMScomedy. 

Song of the week this week: "Trash Can" by Delta Spirit.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by professional wrestler and professional mask maker, Derek Smith (aka "Cerealman"). Derek talks about how he got into mask making and about some of the horrific creations he's made for the wrestling ring. We also talk about local news, GWAR, lesser-known Halloween novelty songs, and a man in San Antonio going overboard on spooky decorations just to spite his neighborhood's home owners' association. This episode is a real hoot and we hope you enjoy it! Follow Derek on Twitter @ElCerealMan. Happy Halloween!

Song of the week this week: "Mon Mari C'est Frankenstein" by Nicole Paquin.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are all by their lonesome talking about the great disco crossover trend of the late-1970's in which hard-edge rock artists all began making Studio 54-style dance records. We start with the Chicago White Sox's "Disco Demolition Night" debacle, the Rolling Stones' "Miss You", and then we go on down the line from there analyzing some of the best known (and the most obscure) disco crossover records ever made. This episode is hilarious and we can't wait for y'all to hear it. Did we miss anything? Tweet at us! You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with comedian and Pat's good buddy from New York, Devin Blake! This episode is all about wandering drunk around the Big Apple, living in a shed in the San Fernando Valley, and the extremely odd habits of Devin's former roommate named "Euler". We also pay tribute to Brian "The Family Man" Power from Family Auto Mart by putting him into the Goods from the Woods Hall of Fame! Follow Matt on Twitter @DevinJBlake. Song of the week this week: "Everything is Everything" by the Black Diamond Heavies.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with comedian Yedoye Travis to talk about his recent campaign to become the new "Steve" on the Nick Jr. classic, 'Blue's Clues'. We also go into Yedoye's time as a college a cappella singer. This is an absolutely hilarious episode and we know you're gonna love it! Follow Yedoye on all social media @ProfessorDoye and, if you live in Atlanta, go see him record his new comedy album on Saturday October 14th at Relapse Theatre. He's doing two FREE shows. One at 8 PM and one at 10:30 PM.  Song of the week this week: "Smiling at Girls" by Adam's House Cat.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with comedian Matt Lieb to talk about stand-up comedy, sad videos on YouTube, and their intersection at his monthly show "Follow That!". We also talk about how shitty Universal Studios is, the ubiquity of the 90's "butt cut", and we put Les Lye in the Goods from the Woods Hall of Fame! Follow Matt on Twitter @Lieb123456789. Song of the week this week: "Even the Losers" by Tom Petty The Heartbreakers (R.I.P.).  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by the super hilarious comedian and improviser, Martin Morrow! This episode is all about Martin's travels on the road with the Second City touring company. We talk about Martin's love of smooth yacht rock music, his recent nightmare gig on a riverboat casino in Louisiana, and a weed brownie high gone terribly wrong. Plus, we get into the REAL history of the decal of Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes pissing on stuff (it came from Florida). We also induct the immortal Bobby "The Brain" Heenan into The Goods from the Woods Hall of Fame. Follow Martin on all social media @MartinMMorrow. Song of the week this week: "The World is Going Up in Flames" by Charles Bradley.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by the hilarious comedian, Atif Myers! Atif is a huge wrestling fan and, in this episode, we talk about his childhood favorites in both WCW and WWF growing up in Baltimore AND Saudi Arabia during the 1990's. We also talk about how wrestling is all too real when you're a kid. Follow Atif on Twitter @AtifMyers.  Song of the week this week: "Snaggle Tooth Mama" by Those Darlins. You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys present their first ever LIVE! podcast recorded on stage at the NerdMelt Showroom in Hollywood on September 8, 2017. This one is also a super special episode because it's a crossover episode with the fine folks at the Mean Boys Podcast and This is Rad! Podcast. This episode is a bit different in format from our regular episodes in that there IS a format but we think you're gonna love it. Subscribe to Mean Boys and This is Rad! podcasts and follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod. We'll tweet out the link to video clips from this show! Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with the absolutely hilarious Steph Tolev. Steph is a Los Angeles-based comedian originally hailing from Toronto, Ontario up there in Canada. This episode, we talk about Canadian children's shows (Caillou and Nanaland) and Mr. Goodnight's adventures in Montreal strip clubs. We also go into Steph's former life as a Highland dancer; we're talkin' kilts, sword dancing, and a lewd act with a bagpipe. We also induct Kathryn Tucker Windham and her ghost Jeffrey into the Goofds from the Woods Hall of Fame. This is an absolutely glorious episode and we think you're gonna adore it, eh? Follow Steph on Twitter @StephTolev. Song of the week this week: "How to Start Again" by Blame Sydney!. You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by their old friend, comedian Joe Raines, to talk about the glorious world of TV sitcoms. We cover everything from 'Golden Girls' to 'Arrested Development' to 'Dinosaurs'. We also ramble about L.A. sports teams, Jesco White, Nickelback, and the INSANE new music career of TV pundit Joe Scarborough. Also, Mr. Goodnight inducts country music superstar and king of the trucker recitation, Red Sovine, into the Goods from the Woods Hall of Fame! This is a great episode! Find Joe Raines on Facebook and come see Rivers, Joe, and Mr. Goodnight at Yellahammered at WorkPlay Theater in Birmingham, AL on 12/23/17!  Song of the week this week: "I'll Be Loving You" by The King Khan BBQ Show.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys return to a concept developed way back on Episode #28 as they dive back into to the record store bargain bin. This time the boys visit the $5 section of Rockaway Record in the Silver Lake district of Los Angeles. Rivers, Pat, and Mr. Goodnight each snagged a couple things from the bargain bin. Now, on Episode #156, the Boys will share and review their selections. We also induct master of combat, Dan "The Beast" Severn, into the Goods from the Woods Hall of Fame! This episode is a real hoot!  Song of the week this week: "You Used to Kiss the Girls" by John Hiatt.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, two thirds of the Goods from the Woods Boys (Goodnight's on assignment until next week) sit down with the absolutely hilarious comedian Erin Lampart in a discussion about childhood and fantastical childhood enterprises such as the imaginary restaurant where Pat waited tables, the souvenir shop at Rivers's toy Jurassic Park, and the "Erin News" a newspaper published by our guest. We also talk about chain restaurants, Colonial Williamsburg, and comedy traffic school. This episode is so funny and we think you guys are gonna love it! Follow Erin on Twitter @ThatsSoLampy, check out her new podcast "Holding Hands with Jan" on Twitter @HoldingHandsJan, and be sure to check out the live show "Sauce" that she co-produces at DeSano's Pizza here in Los Angeles every Friday night! Song of the week this week: "The Time of Day" by The Candy Store Prophets.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down for an absolutely delightful chat with comedian and local bartender, Sam Wiles. This episode is all about hard luck bar stories, ventriloquists, Sam's home state of Iowa, and Richard Nixon. This episode is absolutely delightful and we just know you're gonna love it. If you're in L.A., go see Sam's show "Rod Stewart Live!" at La Cuevita in Highland Park and be sure to follow Sam on Twitter @SamGoneWiles.  Song of the week this week: "Survive" by Dr. Dog.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are ALL FIRED UP! They're joined in a talk about trading cards, soda, and more by comedian and host of the Nexus at Night Podcast, Atlas Novack. This episode goes into some detail about Cardfight Vanguard, Magic the Gathering, and the awful would-be successors to the Garbage Pail Kids like "Bathroom Buddies" and "Silly CD's". We explore the Dungeons Dragons' completely terrible attempt at a customizable card game: "Spellfire" and we also taste test the new (not too bad) Pepsi Fire. Follow Atlas on Twitter @AtlasNovack. 

Song of the week this week: "Years in Miles" by Joseph Mosman.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, Rivers and Mr. Goodnight join forces with the incredible podcasts: This is Rad! What Did You Learn?. Today we're cookin' up some incredible fried food and talkin' recipes and so much more. This episode was so much fun to record and we hope we make you hungry! Give us a listen! Follow This is Rad! @ThisisRadPod and What Did You Learn? @WDYLPod. 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by 1/3 of the We Watch Wrestling Podcast: Comedian Tom Sibley! This episode is all about SUPERGROUPS! Which one's are the best? Which ones are the worst? We'll get into it. We also talk about our recent trip to Long Beach, CA to watch New Japan Pro Wrestling. This is SUCH a fun episode. We hope you enjoy it! Follow Tom on Twitter and Instagram @TheTomSibley.  Song of the week this week: "Whole Lotta Losin'" by Monsters of Folk.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down to talk motorcycles with the breakout star of this season's America's Got Talent, comedian Preacher Lawson! Side tangents this episode include the recent retirement of Daniel Day-Lewis, the unrelenting sadness of 'Lassie', and the mall culture of Central Florida. This episode is totally hilarious! Follow Preacher on ALL social media @PreacherLawson. Song of the week this week: "So It Goes" by Nick Lowe.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this VERY SPECIAL episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys combine forces with Monika Scott and Luke Jensen from the "What Did You Learn?" Podcast for a crossover episode all about the 1998 classic pro-wrestling doc, HITMAN HART: WRESTLING WITH SHADOWS! We talk about the "Excellence of Execution", Bret Hart and his INSANE family. We also talk about the nature of manufactured controversy and we induct Grace Jones into the Goods from the Woods Hall of Fame! Listen and subscribe to What Did You Learn on iTunes and also rate, review, and subscribe to our show as well. Follow Monika @MightyMonika on Twitter. Luke's at @LukeFJensen. Follow the What Did You Learn? Podcast @WDYLPod.  Song of the week this week: "Love is the Drug" by Grace Jones.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian James Austin Johnson for a rousing chat about the good ol' days of gaming. We're talking Sega, Nintendo, and everything in between. We also induct Joe Louis and Max Schmeling into the Goods from the Woods Hall of Fame.  Song of the week this week: "Hope the High Road" by Jason Isbell The 400 Unit.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this VERY SPECIAL episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys induct the first seven entries into The Goods from the Woods Hall of Fame. Who got in? Who got snubbed? You'll find out in this episode! We're talking about Don West, Ghengis Khan, Abner Jay, James Brown, and MORE! This episode is all about the love and we'd love for you to hear it! Song of the week this week: "Who Loves You, Baby?" by Telly Savalas.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, The Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian and tall drink of Texas crazy water, M.K. Paulsen for a rollicking discussion about haunted hotels, German linguistics (yes, really), Carson Daly, and the special British magic to be found on PBS's long-running show "Masterpiece Theatre". This is a great episode! Follow M.K. on Twitter @MKPaulsen.  Song of the week this week: "Where There's A Will" by The Pop Group.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are talkin' about the Steiner Brothers, raising rabbits, and about our guest, comedian Harry Moroz, trying to get his friends laid like a miniature "Hitch". This episode contains one of the funniest stories we've ever heard. Give us a listen today! Song of the week this week: "Romeo" by Gino Washington.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by their very special guest, comedian and podcaster, Vanessa Gritton! This episode we're talking about prom season, novelty drinking, tourist traps, alligators, drive-in porn theaters, and the Sunshine State. This episode is a ton of fun. Enjoy this episode and then *BE SURE* to check out Vanessa's podcast "Take A Walk" on the Unpopular Opinion Network (Rivers is on Episode #1!). Follow Vanessa on Twitter @NesGritton.  Song of the week this week: "The Way You Bend" by Sworn Enemies.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys (minus Dr. Pat this week) talk to the brilliant comedian and writer Travis Clark about his past life as a writer and voice actor on the Ren Stimpy-esque reboot of Woody Woodpecker in the late 90's. We talk about working with voice-over legends Billy West and Mark Hamill and the very strange way in which the new Woody Woodpecker show was born out of FOX's hatred of 'Murder She Wrote'. Side tangents this episode include CostCo hot dogs, Matthew McConaughey's lost years, and Rivers recent stint on a jury pool also known as free group therapy for emotionally needy Angelinos. Follow Travis on Twitter @MrTravisClark.  Song of the week this week: "Lightning" by Revel in Dimes.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian Keith Carey (Comedy Central's Roast Battle, Mean Boys Podcast, Burn Booth) for the most rollicking episode we've ever done. We talk about Mr. Goodnight losing his tooth at South of the Border as well as some of the colorful cast of characters in the fucked up Lake Wobegon that is Rivers' hometown in East Alabama. We also talk roadkill, catch phrases, and erotic cannibalism. This episode slays. We can't wait for you to hear it! Follow Keith on Twitter @KeithTellsJokes.  Song of the week this week: "How the Gods Kill" by Danzig.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are all on their lonesome talking about their recent Southern sojourns and who would win in a fight if all the artists at Woodstock '99 got into a fight. It's Insane Clown Posse vs. Creed. Ice Cube vs. Red Hot Chili Peppers. Metallica vs. moe. This episode is completely ridiculous and we know you're gonna love it.  Song of the week this week: "Body in the Lake" by Col. Bruce Hampton The Code Talkers.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys, guest co-host Jed Brothers, and their very special guest Sofiya Alexandra talk about Sofiya's recent battle with breast cancer (she's gonna be fine, folks!). We also get into the universality of high school awkwardness and grandparents as well as what it was like to escape religious persecution in Russin. We also talk about what it's like coming down from LSD in Norm's Diner. This episode is a bit more serious than all our others but, goddammit, it might also be the funniest! (Seriously) Check out Sofiya on Twitter @TheSofiya. Check out Jed and his brother Leland @BrosBrosBand.  Song of the week this week: "The Sublimation Hour" by Destroyer.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down for a chat with comedian Ben Evans! This episode, we're talkin' about wrestling, growing up and going to boarding school in Massachusetts, safaris, and diving with sharks. Ben is awesome and this episode is all over the yard. Follow Ben on Twitter @TheBenFort. Song of the week this week: "Ned Schneeblee" by The Burning Peppermints.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by one of their favorite returning guests ever: PAIGE WELDON! Paige catches the Boys up on her recent trip to Israel as part of the "Birthright" program and, frankly, she has mixed emotions. This is a fascinating episode with plenty of side tangents on Japanese Baseball and, of course, a couple of cute animals! This is a super fun episode and you're gonna enjoy it! Check out Paige on her website The Higgs-Weldon and also on Twitter @PaigeWeldon.  Song of the week this week: "Alabama Side" by Tony Brook.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys once again dive into a hat full of random topics but this time they're joined by one half of The Brothers Brothers' Band: JED BROTHERS! Jed tackles the "Top 5 Most Famous Mustaches". Rivers takes on the "Top 5 Neil Young Albums of the 1980's", Pat goes over the "Top 5 Jobbers", and Mr. Goodnight tells us the "Top 5 Rocky Films". This episode has something for everybody! Follow Jed and his brother Leland @BrosBrosBand.  Song of the week this week: "Borrowed Smiles" by Caleb Caudle.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys talk to the absolutely hilarious Atlanta-based comedian Lace Larrabee about her time as a competitive high school cheerleader. We also go into her strange life on the road with her fiancee and comedy partner, Jarrod Harris! Also, Rivers tells the story of the worst bombing he's ever seen and the whole thing was filmed for TV! This episode has it all! Give us a listen. Follow Lace Larrabee @LaceLarrabee.  Song of the week this week: "St. James Infirmary Blues" by Pine Hill Haints.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, comedian Ron Babcock returns to the show to talk about growing up in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Other topics this episode include cultural literacy, fashion, redneck relatives showing up at graduation ceremonies with air horns, and Ron's continuing comedy adventures in his vintage beige Mercedes, "Harvey". You can find Ron's new album 'This Guy' on his website www.HEYRON.com. You can find Ron on Twitter @RonBabcock.  Song of the week this week: "Fly Me Courageous" by Drivin' N' Cryin'.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys talk to comedian, fighter, anthropologist, and most interesting person in the world: Anna Valenzuela! We're talking Roast Battle, anthropology, karate, Santa Maria-style BBQ, and meth lab explosions. This episode is wild! Give us a listen today. Follow Anna on Twitter @AnnaVIsFun. Song of the week this week: "Assholes from Alabama" by Jonny Moze.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, Rivers and Mr. Goodnight (Dr. Pat's still absent this week!) delve deep into the world of ACTION FLICKS with their special guest from the What Did You Learn? Podcast, comedian Luke Jensen! This episode is all about the Mt. Rushmore of action stars: Schwarzenegger, Stallone, Willis, and Van Damme as well as the new triumvirate of action: Statham, Diesel, and The Rock! This episode is a mile-a-minute, action packed, laugh riot. Give us a listen now and DEFINITELY check out Luke on Twitter @LukeFJensen and Luke's podcast on Twitter @WDYLPod.  Song of the week this week: "Cheap Motels" by Southern Culture on the Skids.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, Rivers and Goodnight (with Dr. Pat only there in spirit) are joined by two of their favorite people of all time: Andy Erikson (Last Comic Standing) and Alex Stein (The Alex Stein Podcast)! Last time, they talked aliens and now they're back talking the coolest thing ever: DINOSAURS! We talk about which ones looked the most badass and which ones would be practical to have around as emotional support animals in 2017. Click "Download" on Episode #132 to hear a podcast 65 million years in the making! Follow Andy on Twitter @AndyErikson. Follow Alex @ThisAlexStein.  Song of the week this week: "Breathe" by Nobunny.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are talking generational titles ("Junior", "Trey", "Quatro", etc.), wrestling, and penny pinching with the amazing Quincy Johnson II from the Unpopular Opinion Podcast Network! This episode is wild. Give us a listen! Follow Quincy on all social media @QuincyJohnsonII.  Song of the week this week: "Don't Know Why" by Kostars Ween.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, Denver's favorite son, Jordan Doll is finally on the show! What starts off as a simple discussion of karaoke and Smash Mouth turns into one of the most insane episodes we've ever done. We talk about the Train Cruise, the Kiss Kruise, the Monsters of Rock Cruise, The Furry Cruise, and the Tom Cruise. This thing is nuts. Follow Jordan Doll on Twitter and Instagram @RazorLou.  Song of the week this week: "Back to the Island" by Leon Russell.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome "The Liberal Redneck" himself, comedian Trae Crowder! We talk all about what it's like to be a progressive Southerner and how everyone thinks you're a goddamn unicorn! We also talk about the LBJ, The XFL, and how environmentalism might be the best way to drag Dixie outta the dark. Check out Trae on Twitter @TraeCrowder and pick up his book, The Liberal Redneck Manifesto, that he wrote along with comedians Corey Ryan Forrester and past guest Drew Morgan! (Episode #43). Trae's on tour now! Go see this man live; it's important! This episode is brought to you by Bug-A-Salt!  Song of the week this week: "The Assassin" by Jason Isbell.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by the brilliantly hilarious and the supremely delightful comedian, Megan Simon. Megan tells the boys all about growing up an emo kid in her home state of Texas. The tangents we go on in this episode are as wide ranging as the prairies of the Lone Star State itself; everything from emo music to smoking weed with Willie to Texas Wrestling and why Austin ain't all that weird anymore. Everyone is going to love this episode! Follow Megan on Twitter @MySpaceMegan.  Songs of the week this week: "PediCab Boyfriend" and "That's Weird" by Megan Simon (LIVE! at Disgraceland).  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, Rivers and Mr. Goodnight (Dr. Pat's on assignment) welcome comedian and recent L.A. transplant from Asheville, NC, Jason Webb! Jason is an absolutely hilarious dude and the boys really go-for-broke in this episode. We talk about high school class songs, the new xXx movie, the documentary 'Tickled', and Rivers' mom's recent visit to Los Angeles. We also talk about our new sponsor: Bug-A-Salt. You can find them online at www.BugASalt.com. You can find Jason @SuperRiverJesus. Song of the week this week: "Information Overload" by El Goodo.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by the absolutely amazing comedian David Gborie! Hot off his recent appearance on Conan O'Brien's show, David is here to talk about a shared passion amongst everyone at the table: FISHING! We talk about an eye-hooked bonitos, some mutant catfish, and an exploding deer stomach. We also go off on a tangent about Alabama casinos, sketchy hometown kings, and the infamous "Hippo Bill". It's a really fantastic episode and we think you're gonna love it! Follow David on Twitter @TheGIsSilent.   Song of the week this week: "Catfish Angels" by Pine Hill Haints.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are back from their holiday sojourn down South and they're talkin' all about it. From Pat's dad's new job on a farm to the finer points of "Florida Cracker" food to Rivers and Goodnight's adventures at a Tuskegee, AL gun range and a Birmingham comedy show where the host (@NThomas4Real) was doing whip-its. Also, we get Mr. Goodnight to answer questions from YOU!  Song of the week this week: "Run, Run, Run" The Explorer's Club.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are talking to the absolutely hilarious comedian Curtis Cook. We talk about the Buckeye state of Ohio. We talk about the disaster that was Cleveland's Balloonfest.We also talk about Pimp My Ride and finding porn in the woods. This episode is hilarious and we hope you'll follow Curtis on Twitter @Curtis_Cook!  Song of the week this week: "Can Do" by Giant Sand.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian, Power Violence leader, proud son of Gulf Shores, AL, and all-around sweet boy, Whitmer Thomas. This time, we're talking about a backwoods dinosaur-based creationist cult that's taking over South Alabama (no, seriously). Then we get into Whit's antics as a skateboard kid in South Alabama (running from cops and hitting gnarley hammers!). We also talk about Whit's collaboration with Mark Hoppus from Blink 182. This is an amazing episode and we think you're gonna love it! WELCOME TO 2017, Y'ALL! Follow Whitmer on Twitter @WhitmerThomas.  Song of the week this week: "Milk" by Pain.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedy's gentlest red giant and the font of all wrestling knowledge, comedian and writer Erik Barnes. This is a brand new, long-awaited all wrestling episode. In this one we talk about Erik's article which compares today's pro wrestling scene to comic books. We also talk about wrestling's real life tough guys: Ron Simmons, Harley Race, Adrian Street, and MORE! We also play some of Dusty Rhodes's car commercials. This is a great episode and everyone will love it! Follow Erik @ThatErikBarnes.  Song of the week this week: "Belly of the Beast" by Thomas Function.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode of the podcast, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome a whole mess-o-guests to celebrate the Holiday Season. We've got Christmas tales from the Choose Your Own Religion Podcast's Joe Quint and the What Did You learn Podcast's Luke Jensen and Monika Scott. We also talk about some awful Christmas songs PLUS we hear from our old buddy in Chicken Hut, TN Lester Hill! Follow our guests @JoeQuint, @LukeFJensen, and @MightyMonika! Music is "Christmas in Prison" by John Prine.

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian and holistic doggy day caregiver, Kylie Jansen. Kylie tells us all about what it's like to care for animals in L.A. and also in her native Davenport, Iowa. We also talk about the winner of California's ugliest dog contest as well as a little bit too much about cats and their human overlord, Jackson Galaxy. This is a hilarious episode and we know you're gonna love it! Woof! Woof! Follow Kylie on Twitter @SensitiveMedia. Song of the week this week: "Flat Lay the Water" by Sea Cake.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods boys are joined by one of the chillest, funniest dudes on the planet, comedian Brodie Reed and they're going to explore the final frontier and all the magic of 'Star Trek'! From Kirk's high jinks amongst an offensive, Native American-like race, Jonathan Frakes' collaboration with Phish to Ricardo Montelban's fake tits. Side tangents include the Muppets, John Carter, Knight Rider, and the creator of Friday Night Lights' bizarre leather addiction! Join us on our mission to explore strange and new worlds! Follow Brodie @AyoBroBro.  Song of the week this week: "That's Me Trying" by William Shatner feat. Aimee Mann and Ben Folds.   You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by Iowa's favorite daughter, the absolutely delightful comedian and writer, Jocey Coffman! We talk a bit about Iowa, a bit about the Budweiser Bowl, and a bit about government buildings that look like dicks. Then, we launch into one of the craziest things we've ever heard on this podcast: Jocey shares her story about being a recovering MIME! We talk about the ins-and-outs of the artform, including the fact that, apparently, former mimes run Hollywood in the way that former Skull Bones members run the halls of power in Washington D.C. This episode is absolutely wild and you're gonna love it! Follow Jocey on Twitter @JoceyDotCom.  Song of the week this week: "If Jesus Drove A Motor Home" by Jim White.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down in Dr. Pat's backyard with the boys and girls from the podcasts "This is Rad!" and "What Did You Learn?" for Part 1 of an ABSOLUTELY AMAZING Thanksgiving Dinner. We talk about Thanksgiving Recipes and we make fun of Luke Jensen and Matthew Burnside's hilarious Midwestern palates. You can hear part two by heading over to This is Rad's feed first thing tomorrow morning. This podcast makes the people over at NPR's Splendid Table Thanksgiving Special look like a bunch of stupid idiot jabronis. Rivers also recommends you check out the late great Leon Russell. Follow This is Rad! on Twitter @ThisIsRadPod. Find Luke and Monika at @MightyMonika @LukeFJensen and check out their fantastic podcast "What Did You Learn?" on iTunes and on Twitter @WDYLPod.  Song of the week this week: "Nobody's Baby" by Sharon Jones The Dap-Kings.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys travel back to the desert island (Listen to Episode #46 to hear "Desert Island Duds") this time to talk about music that's actually great! We know a lot of you might be contemplating a move to a desert island so consider this a going away mix tape! This episode is all about the Power of Positivity! Give us a listen!  Song of the week this week: "The Sooty Show End Theme".  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome the absolutely amazing comedian Rich Slaton to Disgraceland to talk about true crime! From serial killers to con artists and all the gory, grisly details in between. We're talking about Gacy and Manson and D.B. Cooper, oh my! Side tangents this episode include CM Punk's UFC debut, "mansion fights", and Rich and Pat share their remembrance of the late great Comedy Store comedian Angelo Bowers. This episode is dramatic and hilarious. Check out Rich on Twitter @MMAComic. Check out his new podcast CRIME! on iTunes and on Twitter @CrimePod.  Song of the week this week: "Clownin' Around" by Deer Tick.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome comedian John Ungaro to Disgraceland to talk about the absolutely amazing films of Joel and Ethan, the Coen Brothers! From 'Raising Arizona' to 'Hail Caesar', from 'Fargo' to 'Big Lebowski'. These guys have made some of the best films of all time and we're gonna run 'em down! Side tangents this episode include game shows, adult video games, and the oppressiveness of the 'I Am Sam' soundtrack. Welcome to November, y'all! This is a great episode.  Song of the week this week: "There is No Place from This To Go" by Furturebirds.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome comedian, Monika Scott, as they create a bracket in order to determine the worst song of all time. Here are the all contenders: 
 
Glen Goza - "Heaven Needed a Champion" 
Limp Bizkit - "N 2 Gether Now" 
The Buoys - "Timothy" 
Phish - "Free Bird" (LIVE) 
Panic! At the Disco - "The Only Difference Between..." 
Curtis Stigers - "This Time" 
Napoleon XIV - "They're Coming to Take Me Away" (B-SIDE) 
Puff Daddy Jimmy Page - "Come With Me" 
Drowning Pool - "Bodies" 
Bloodrock - "D.O.A." 
Meatloaf - "California Isn't Big Enough" 
The Eagles - "Hotel California" 
R. Kelly - "Cookie" 
Fuckface Unstoppable - "Bend My Dick" 
Paul Simon - "The Vampires" 
4 Non Blondes - "What's Up" 
 
Find Monika on Twitter and Instragam @MightyMonika. Listen to Monika's podcast "What Did You Learn?" every week on iTunes. 
 
Song of the week this week: "Suffering Jukebox" by Silver Jews. 
 
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Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly 
Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 
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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian Biniam Bizuneh to talk about how his parents ended up immigrating from Ethiopia to his native Indianapolis, Indiana. It's a really crazy story. We also talk at-length about pulling pranks and Ben's AMAZING YouTube channel dedicated to pranks-as-public spectacle, "LieGuys"! Side tangents include black nationalism and the toilet that is Venice Beach, CA according to Dr. Pat (Tweet complaints at him). Follow Biniam on Twitter @BiniamBiz.  Song of the week this week: "Get it On" by Spence.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian, Finn Straley who is fresh off the road from a nationwide comedy tour. We're talkin' about all Finn's stops along the way including favorite road food, music, and snacks. Side tangents include John Ford and Monument Valley, the undying sadness of 'Lassie', the grossness of "Jack Diane", and the Cyclorama in Atlanta. We also cut a promo on the elitism of the annual KCRW Pie Contest. This is an absolutely amazing episode and we think you're gonna love it. Follow Finn on all social media platforms @FinnStraley. Song of the week this week: "Tounga" by Adama Dicko a.k.a. Faso Art. Go give to his Kickstarter here: https://goo.gl/jcK3B4 and buy his album 'JAMJAM'.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian and former Tonight Show writer, Luke Cunningham to talk about his days on an elite Ivy League rowing team where he battled against the likes of both the Winklevoss Twins (pretty nice guys) and Donald Trump, Jr. (a complete little bitch). We also talk about Luke's high school basketball career during which he was dunked on by a young Kobe Bryant. We also go off on a tangent about old school rasslin', 90's clothing, and PCP. This is an unbelievable episode and I think y'all will love it. Follow Luke on Twitter @LukeXCunningham.  Song of the week this week: "Dying Light" by Rayvon Pettis (LIVE! at Disgraceland).  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome special guest comedian Robert Yasumura to talk about competitive eating, Trump, weddings, and the clown invasion of the South! Robert is absolutely hilarious and you're really going to dig this episode. Follow Robert @TeamYasumura.  Song of the week this week: "Jane Eyre" by Rayvon Pettis (LIVE! at Disgraceland).  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are riding solo and tackling the hard issues: namely who would win in a single elimination fighting tournament amongst legendary cryptozoological beasts and also amongst television news anchors. The results will shock you! #TeamFlatwoodsMonster  Song of the week this week: "Hammer Down" by Magnolia Electric Co.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian and ex-Division 2A football player for the Minnesota State Mavericks, Nick West. We talk about favorite players, favorite games, and we also talk about and listen to some of the HORRIBLE albums that have been released by football players. Even if you're not a sports fan we GUARANTEE you'll love this episode! Follow Nick West on everything @NickWestComedy.  Song of the week this week: "Mercedes Benz" by The Dean Ween Group.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys (sans Goodnight) welcome back the funny fella from Pella, Eric Moore! In this episode we talk about the calamity that is Guy Fieri's "S'mores Indoors" pizza, the new Smash Mouth E.D.M. song, and middle school torch songs that kind of make us lose it. We also hear an NPR interview with a write-in candidate for the City Council of Rancho Cucamonga, CA: Butt Rock Brett (@ButtRockBrett). Follow Eric on Twitter @EricTerryMoore.  Song of the week this week: "Happy Song" by Bone Dali.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome their special guest, comedian and Higgs-Weldon co-creator Robin Higgins, to talk about what went down on April 14, 1912; namely that great ship RMS Titanic! We talk about the worst ways to die on the boat, the hilarious names of the people who were on board during the sinking (ARCHIBALD BUTT!), who wasn't on board during the sinking (JACK JOHNSON!), and of course the 1997 James Cameron magnum-opus movie, Titanic. This is one of the best episodes we've ever done. Follow Robin on Twitter @RobinHiggins. Check out thehiggsweldon.com, and get her book "We Don't Think You're Racist" from The Devastator (devastatorpress.com/racist/).  

Song of the week this week: "L.A. River" by E.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys talk to comedian Andrew Polk about his days being home schooled in Rustin, Louisiana. We also talk about the time he got in a fight with an entire hardcore band! Side tangents include Guy Fieri, Anthony Bourdain, M*A*S*H, and the genesis of the New Orleans comedy scene. This episode is required listening for anyone who loves a good yarn. You HAVE to follow Andrew on Twitter @PolkSalad. The dude is AMAZING!  Song of the week this week: "Satellite Sky" by Mark Heard.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest host, (Pat's still outta town) Monika Scott, welcome the amazing comedian and all around delight, Candice Thompson! We're talking about Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and every other social media platform that exists on the information super highway! We talk about the culture of shaming, Twitter wars, and we also tell everyone to just GO THE FUCK OUTSIDE every now and again! Side tangents include Memphis (home of Elvis and the ancient Greeks!), the California Raisins, baking, and Sanford Son. This is one of our most fun episodes ever! Follow Candice on Twitter @JokesByCandice. Follow Monika @MightyMonika.  Song of the week this week: "Bigger Stones" by The Beat Farmers.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, two of the three Goods from the Woods Boys along with their special co-host, Monika Scott, welcome to Disgraceland one of the funniest damn comedians in the world, the delightful Kristin Rand. In this episode, we're talking softball at the top and then we delve deep into the worlds of tarot cards, crystals, and SATANISM! We get SUPER HIPPIE DIPPY in this episode. You're gonna love it. Follow Monika on Twitter @MightyMonika. Follow Kristin @KrandomThoughts.  Song of the week this week: "Put Your Hands Together" by Gentleman Jesse His Men.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by the king of Kansas City, comedian Patrick Moore. We're talkin' about drinking and boozing and carrying on. This is a show about drinkin' stories like the ones shared by comedians every month at Patrick's Los Angeles-based live storytelling show, TANKED! Side tangents this episode include Catholic school, the Kansas City Royals, crack cocaine, 70's game shows, and ZIMA! Also, Rivers talks about smoking leaves and lawn clippings out of a paper plate when he was 13. Do zomething different and enjoy this hilarious episode! Follow Patrick on Twitter @PatrickMooreRIP.  Song of the week this week: "Take a Run at the Sun" by Dinosaur Jr.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In the 100th episode of The Goods from the Woods, the Boys are joined by the hilarious comedian, Andy Haynes! We talk about the 311 Cruise, soccer, Seattle, gangs, learning to play the piano, TV theme songs and MORE! You're gonna love it! Follow Andy on social media @IAmAndyHaynes!  Song of the week this week: "I Love You (For Sentimental Reasons)" by James Brown, Live on 'Future Shock'.   You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian Dave Waite to talk about Dave's year long self-improvement project: ONE YEAR DAVE! (Dave calls it a "self help blog for dirt bags") in which he allows his friends and fans to vote on a new self-improvement activity every week. We also talk about flea markets and tiger shows. There's also a choice reference to the "aristocrats" joke. You're gonna love it! Follow Dave on Twitter @DaveWaiteComedy.  Song of the week this week: "You Must've Crossed My Mind" by The Toms.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys go psychedelic, maaaaaaan. Here to guide them through the world of squishy jams is the hilarious comedian Joe Quint! This episode is all about jam bands be they classic (Grateful Dead), contemporary (Phish), or right shite (Sound Tribe Sector Nine). We discuss them all. This is a SUPER GROOVY episode, dude. You're gonna love it! Listen to Joe's podcast "Choose Your Own Religion" and follow him on Twitter @Joe_Quint.  Song of the week this week: "The Ruins" by Planes on Paper.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are all on their lonesome talking about their recent trips, travails, and intrepid travels. Rivers went to the meth capital of the Pacific Northwest, Pat's folks were in town, and Mr. Goodnight went to see Bob Dylan again. We also find out that Mr. Goodnight does a SHOCKINGLY accurate imitation of the late great man in black, Johnny Cash. You don't wanna miss this episode!  Song of the week this week: "Every Summer Day" by The Last.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are reunited with their good friend from Episode #52 about heavy metal, comedian John Tole. This time, John is here to talk about virtual reality, right wing radio talk show hosts, golfing on mushrooms, and the Bible. This is a really fun episode and all of this might be a simulation. We don't know what's real except that you can follow @JohnTole on Twitter and @RealJohnTole on Instagram. Also, check out his podcast "Whiskey The Surfer" and his band Pitboss 2000. (The guy has A LOT of projects).  Song of the week this week: "Infiltrate / The Freedom of Joy" by Pitboss 2000.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this VERY SPECIAL episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys combine forces with Monika Scott and Luke Jensen from the "What Did You Learn?" Podcast for a crossover episode all about the 1999 classic pro-wrestling doc, BEYOND THE MAT! On Monika and Luke's podcast, they watch a documentary this week and what could be more on brand for the Goods from the Woods Boys than BEYOND THE MAT? Listen and subscribe to What Did You Learn on iTunes and also rate, review, and subscribe to our show as well. Follow Monika @MightyMonika on Twitter. Luke's at @LukeFJensen. Follow the What Did You Learn? Podcast @WDYLPod.  Song of the week this week: "Tower of Diamonds" by Conspiracy of Owls.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys talk to comedian Brent Schmidt about his recent trip to Nashville where he took part in the longest comedy show in history. This year, Nashville comedians along with comics from all over the country broke the Guinness World Record for Longest Comedy Show. Brent did a set while tripping on mushrooms. This episode is wild. Follow Brent on Twitter and Instagram @IAmBrentSchmidt.  NEXT EPISODE! We're doing a special crossover episode with the What Did You Learn podcast. We're gonna be watching and discussing the film 'Beyond the Mat'. Watch it now for free on YouTube. We're going deep with it next time!  Song of the week this week: "Ramble Jamble" by Goodnight Loving.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome their very special guest, the hilarious comedian Julia Loken! We talk about dancing, growing up in Valencia, CA, living in Laurel Canyon, CA, a John Prine concert, and Charles Manson. THis episode is all over the yard. You're gonna love it and thank you for your support! Follow Julia on Twitter and Instagram @JuliaLoken.  Song of the week this week: "Write Me Off" by Slobberbone.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, Matthew Burnside from the absolutely great podcast "This is Rad!" is here to talk about one of his favorite subjects: BASKETBALL! An Ohio native, Matthew is really high on Lebron James right now and for good reason! We talk about the ongoing NBA finals and also about what the new 'Space Jam' reboot is going to look like. We also briefly touch on Matt's distant relative, Civil War Union General Ambrose Burnside. This is a great episode even if you don't like basketball (don't worry, neither does Rivers). Follow Matthew on Twitter @MatthewBurnside.  Song of the week this week: "Holda You (I'm A Psycho)" by White Denim.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian and the co-founder Yellahammered and The "Hot Damn!" Comedy Hour, Joe Raines! In this episode, we go deep into Joe's three favorite topics: The Band, Blind Melon, and The Goonies! This is such an amazing, hilarious episode. Follow Joe Raines on Facebook and on Twitter @Yellahammered.  Song of the week this week: "Back to Memphis" by The Band.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian Jordan Tuerler and they're talking wrestling: sumo and arm. Jordan recently competed in an open sumo tournament after almost no training. He talks about that hilarious experience and Pat reveals himself to be an expert on the sport. We also talk about Jordan's travels in documenting an arm wrestler's journey by way of a hype video filmed down in Alexander City, AL. We also talk about the hoof and Jordan's old house burning down. This is one of the funniest and most informative episodes yet. Give it a listen! Follow Jordan on Twitter @JordanTuerler.  Song of the week this week: "Satisfied" by Woody Pines.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome their very special guests Lauren Thomas-Martin and Jeremy Martin aka The Martin Duprass! We talk about the Martins hilarious and bizarre projects including alternate audio track episodes of Star Trek Next Generation episodes, their remake of 'Smokey The Bandit Part 2', and the puppet known as "Prairie Dog Pete". Side tangents include how to find free porn and how to cheat the sensors on the inside of a motel minibar. It's basically the Anarchist Cookbook for creeps. You're gonna love this episode! Follow The Martins on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheMartinDuprass. Song of the week this week: "Heartache Highway" by B.B. Palmer.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are talking about the late great Prince! The boys are talking their favorite eras, favorite songs, albums, eccentricities, and everything else. There is so much good stuff in this episode you won't even notice that, for legal reasons, there's almost no Prince music (lots of covers,though!).  Song of the week this week: "Pop Life" by Dump.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by the Mile High City's finest (and only-est?) lawyer-turned-comedian, Troy Walker! In this episode, we discuss the major differences between real lawyer-ing and TV lawyer-ing. We also go over Denver's weed laws, 'Making a Murderer', and 'The People vs. O.J. Simpson'. There is also a fairly lengthy discussion about MC Hammer and his ill-advised purchase of a mink farm. You're gonna love this episode. Follow Troy on Twitter @TroyWalkerESQ.  Song of the week this week: "Voodoo Man" by Kim Logan.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys talk to the pit-master to the stars, comedian and barbecue expert Craig Hoelzer and his close friend, comedian Caleb Synan. Craig is the co-owner of King's Barbecue in Atlanta, GA and he has all the secrets on making the perfect Central Texas-style brisket. We also talk a lot about Billy Joel. This episode will make you hungry!    Song of the week this week: "Keep it Between the Lines" by Sturgill Simpson.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys dive into a hat full of random topics and they each pick one. Rivers takes on the "Top 5 Grocery Store Jams", Pat goes over the "Top 5 ABC TGIF Sitcoms", and Mr. Goodnight tells us the "Top 5 Bob Dylan Albums of the 80's". You're gonna love this episode.  Song of the week this week: "County Line" by Susto.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by one of their favorite comedians of all time, host of The Dork Forest Podcast: JACKIE KASHIAN! This episode, they're talking about literature; good books, bad books, beach books. We talk about it all! Side tangents include Fonzie, the Founding Fathers, and AWA Wrestling. If you were ever thinking about listening to an episode of our show, this would be the one! Follow Jackie on Twitter @JackieKashian. Song of the week this week: "No Good Here" by Tim Fite.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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Hey, happy Wrestlemania week guys! Here's a little bit of bonus content from the Goods from the Woods boys. In this episode, we talk about this weekend's Mania, the induction of our hero "The Lariat" Stan Hansen into the WWE Hall of fame, and we also have a shoot interview with the one and only Superstar Billy Graham. This is a really fun short bonus ep. We hope you enjoy it. MANIA! MANIA! MANIA! MANIA! MANIA!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian and former marine biologist Forrest Shaw, take a trip to the underwater world of sharks, octopuses, dolphins, manatees, trigger fish, and MORE! We talk about the controversy surrounding Blackfish and Sea World and we also talk about how hard it is to be a marine scientist in Florida. This is our most fascinating episode to date. Give us a listen! Follow Forrest on Twitter @ForrestShaw.  Song of the week this week: "Ocean Man" by Ween.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys pick it up, pick it up. That's right, the boys are talkin' ska music with the King of Bad Street, U.S.A., John-Michael Bond! We also talk about Bo Jackson, growing up religious, and the recent film forays of Cuba Gooding Jr. and Steve Gutenberg. Follow John-Michael on Twitter @BondJohnBond. Song of the week this week: "Baggy Trousers" by Madness.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are talking about the longest running variety show in television history: Saturday Night Live! LIVE FROM DISGRACELAND, IT'S THE GOODS FROM THE WOODS! We talk about our favorite casts, characters, sketches, and individual performers. Everything from Dieter and Sprockets to those unbelievable debates sketches to personal favorite "Tales of Fraud and Malfeasance in Railroad Hiring Practices". We also talk about Rivers' trip to the weirdest museum in Los Angeles. Give us a listen. You're gonna love it! Follow Robbie on Twitter @RobbieGoodwin.  Song of the week this week: "Back of Your Mind" by The Tom Collins.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome New York City-based comedian, Lynn Bixenspan, to talk about her authorship of nearly 400 pages of highly erotic fan slash fiction based on the 1990's reincarnation of the Mickey Mouse Club. Did we mention she was 12 at the time? Did we mention that it was HIGHLY erotic? Rivers also yells about the insane record store near his house. Follow Lynn @LynnBixenspan. Song of the week this week: "Opelika" by Lee Bains III Glory Fires.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome comedian and former amateur boxer, Jeff May! Jeff talks about his experience seeing the infamous Gobbledy Gooker incident live and in person at WWF Survivor Series 1990. We also cover Burger King, boxing, and MORE! Give us a listen, y'all. Follow Jeff on Twitter @HeyThereJeffro.  Song of the week this week: "Insureda" by Rayvon Pettis.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods boys and their hilarious guest, comedian Zach Pugh, take a trip back to the unfortunately-named city of Sandusky, Ohio (no relation to Jerry) and talk about Zach's job working at a Chick-Fil-A in the middle of Cedar Point Amusement Park aka "America's Roller Coast". We talk about rides, hijinx, and much more! Give this one a listen. You're gonna love it! Follow Zach on Twitter @ZachPugh. Song of the week this week: "Dennehy" by Serengeti. You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, our friend, comedian Billy Wayne Davis, is here to talk about his recent tour of the U.S. as the comedy opening act for rising country music superstar, Sturgill Simpson. We also talk about mudboggin', Yeti coolers, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, and authenticity. This is a great episode and you're gonna love it! Follow Billy on Twitter @BillyWayneDavis.  Song of the week this week: "Sad Baptist Rain" by John Moreland.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian Lisa Best, pack up their towels and sunscreen and head down to the Sunshine State of Florida. We talk about malls, farts, Stretch Armstrong, and Lisa's super-weird experience opening up for comedian Jimmie "J.J." Walker! You're gonna love this episode. Check out Lisa on Twitter @_LisaBest. Song of the week this week: "Coming Home" by Leon Bridges.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by Pella, Iowa's OTHER favorite son, comedian Eric Moore. In this episode, the boys talk about the VERY strange town of Pella, Iowa; a town of tulips, Dutch songs, windmills, and seemingly endless parades. Other topics include small town antics, the dangers of singing along to Ben Harper, and what the Powerball winner from Pat's hometown of Melbourne, Florida is doing with their money. Follow Eric on Twitter @EricTerryMoore.  Song of the week this week: "Good Intentions" by Robert Ellis.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys talk about recent celebrity deaths especially the late great David Bowie. We also talk about who is going to have the biggest postmortem redemption: Hulk Hogan or Mel Gibson? We also talk about the weirdness that is Los Angeles Open Mic Comedy. Song of the week this week: "Starman" by David Bowie.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are back in Los Angeles and they're talking about their holidays and also about animation with their very special guest, comedian John Faso! Follow John Faso on Twitter @JohnFaso.  Song of the week this week: "Getaway" by Outskirts.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys hit the road for this episode. This is three conversations that span the entire country starting with a chat with comedian Wes Van Horn at Disgraceland in Los Angeles. We follow that up with a chat with Birmingham Comedian, Michael McCall with Comedian Nick Thomas sitting in for Pat in the co-host chair. Finally, we go backstage at Yellahammered with musician and author, Jonny Moze. Follow Wes @WesVanHorn, follow Michael @JMichaelMcCall, follow Jonny Moze @JayMoze. Song of the week this week: "Ain't That A Barrel" by Jonny Moze   You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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Hey all you Siths and Jedis, here's a very special bonus episode of The Goods from the Woods where we talk about Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. We're talkin' all things Kylo Ren, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and the whole damn gang. Pat's on assignment so this one is just Goodnight and Rivers along with our friend Michael McCall and our old buddy, Nick Thomas. Follow us on Twitter @TheGoodsPod

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by a healpin' helping of awesome guests. Joe Raines is here to talk about his Christmases spent as the son of a preacher. We've also got special holiday appearances and stories from Wes Van Horn, Brent Pettie, Lee Keeler, Monika Scott, and Emily Faye! Also, we talk A LOT about Bob Dylan's super-weird album from 2008, "Christmas in the Heart". We hope you guys have a very Happy Holiday Season! 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by Royston, GA's favorite son (besides Ty Cobb, of course) comedian Caleb Synan! Caleb talks about his recent appearance on the Conan O'Brien Program. We also dig deep into the history of late night TV from the classics (Letterman, Conan, etc.) to the huge, embarrassing flops (Alan Thicke, Chevy Chase, Terry Bradshaw, etc.). Other topics include Judas Priest, using the bathroom at Michaels, and the hardships faced by well-known Canadian comedians relocating to Los Angeles. This one is powerful stuff and you don't wanna miss it! Follow Caleb on Twitter @CalebSynan.  Song of the week this week: "Night Rider" by Jonny Corndawg.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by author and comedian Lee Keeler to talk about his new book, 'Sad Bastard: Practical Wisdom for the Modern Asshole'! Topics include John Wayne, Caillou, and Lee's time with Hustler magazine. Give us a listen! Follow Lee on Twitter @LeeKeeler.  Song of the week this week: "Cop Show" by Alanna Royale.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, Rivers and Pat are once again without Mr. Goodnight. Never fear, our guest Brent Pettie is here to talk about his life as a a stand-up comedian and urban farmer in Los Angeles. We also talk about outsider art and Eddie Money and then this podcast takes a sharp left turn into Crazytown as we talk about cult. This one is great. 

If you're from one of these organizations we talk about, we are comedians and we are sorry and everything we say is a lie! Please don't sue us. Follow Brent on Twitter @BrentPettie.  Song of the week this week: "If it Takes A Lifetime" by Jason Isbell.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by stand-up comedian and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu student, Zach Smith. We talk about every facet of martial arts including MMA, karate, martial arts films, and of course Carl Douglas! Also, Rivers files a special report on the real Frank Dux, the man Jean Claude Van Damme plays in 1988's 'Bloodsport'. Follow Zach on Twitter @ZachSmithFucks.  Song of the week this week: "Clouds Across the Moon" by The RAH Band.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this VERY SPECIAL CROSSOVER EPISODE with This Is Rad! Podcast, the Goods from the Woods Boys curate their own pro-wrestling mix tape to show to Kyle Clark, Matt Burnside, and Natalie Hazen with Pat, Goodnight, and Rivers each showing one great match, one bad match that still has entertainment value, and one memorable or significant promo.

If you’d like to follow along at home, you can watch almost all of these matches on WWE Network if you’ve got that or on DailyMotion if you’re not into the whole paying money thing. Just type in any of these key words and you should be able to find all of these pretty easily:Rivers's great match is Sasha Banks vs. Baylee for the NXT Women’s Championship at NXT Takeover Brooklyn from August 22, 2015.Rivers's bad match is Shawn Michaels vs. Hulk Hogan at SummerSlam 2005 from August 21, 2005.Rivers's promo is the CM Punk pipe bomb promo at WWE RAW in Las Vegas from June 27, 2011.Pat’s great match is Tomohiro Ishii vs. Tomoaki Honma at New Japan Pro Wrestling Power Struggle from November 7, 2015. Pat’s bad match is Gerald Brisco vs. Pat Patterson in an evening gown match for the WWF Hardcore Championship at WWF King of the Ring from June 25, 2000.Pat’s promo is Don Muraco’s Madison Square Garden Cage promo from September 24, 1983.Goodnight’s good match is "Rowdy" Roddy Piper vs. Greg "The Hammer" Valentine in the dog collar match at Starrcade from November 24, 1983.Goodnight’s bad match is Tony Atlas vs. Ted Arcidi on WWF Television from August 9, 1986.Goodnight’s promo is Ted DiBiase’s Basketball promo from WWF Superstars in 1987. That one is super famous. Just google "Ted DiBiase + Basketball" and it will come up. Listen to This is Rad and follow them on Twitter @ThisIsRadPod.  Song of the week this week: "Chris Isaak" by Lydia Loveless.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by country music superstars, The Brothers Brothers Band, to talk about the thing they know best: COUNTRY MUSIC! The Brothers Brothers even play us a few songs. Plus, Rivers gives us a history lesson on the life and times of the other legendary country music brother act, Charlie Ira Loudermilk also known as The Louvin Brothers. Find Jed and Leland on Twitter @BrosBrosBand.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys plumb the depths of celebrity excess with their very special guest, comedian Monika Scott! Every once in awhile, a movie star or an athlete will get it in their head that they could be a musician. This episode will focus on a few of the worst of the worst albums made by famous non-musicians. Hear terrible cuts from Kim Kardashian, Robert Downey Jr., Joe Pesci, Steven Seagal, Bruce Willis, and MORE! This is one of our best episodes ever. You're gonna love it. Follow Monika on Twitter @MightyMonika.  Song of the week this week: "Beaumont" by Hayes Carll.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this extra-spooky special episode, 2/3 of the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by 2/3 of the hosts of the podcast, THIS IS RAD!, Kyle Clark and Natalie Hazen, for another episode all about Halloween! (for the first Halloween episode listen to Episode #9 with Travis Clark). In this episode we talk Haunted Houses; from the good (Universal Studios), to the bad (The Queen Mary in Long Beach), to the straight-up bizarre (Monster Plantation in Atlanta). This episode also features a special cameo from the comedian Monika Scott telling a very eerie tale. We also have a quick flashback to the 2013 Halloween episode that we just couldn't resist replaying. Follow Kyle on Twitter @KyleClarkIsRad. Follow Natalie on Twitter @NatalieHazen. Follow Monika on Twitter @MightyMonika. Follow Travis Clark on Twitter @ThatGuyTravis.  Song of the week this week: "Walkin' Talkin' Dead Man" by The Pine Hill Haints.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are going into the woods for real with the hilarious comedian and outdoor enthusiast, Dave Stone. Like Mr. Goodnight, Dave is an amateur bigfoot researcher. Hear them swap stories of Sasquatch's adventures all across this great country. We also talk about how Dave chose to live in a van on the streets of L.A. for two and a half years. This one is really great. Follow Dave on Twitter @DaveStoneComedy buy his album, 'Hogwash', and listen to his AMAZING podcast, "The Boogie Monster"!  Song of the week this week: "The Countdown" by Caleb Caudle.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian Tushar Singh, explore life between continents. As a child, Tushar divided his time between Huntsville, Alabama and Delhi, India. Now, he's decided to move to India full time to do stand-up and eventually open up a comedy room in the budding Indian stand-up scene. We talk about his recent trip, the documentary he's making about it, as well as his AMAZING Instagram account where he takes portraits of old people on the street without their knowledge. It's a really fun episode. Give us a like and a listen and a subscribe and a rating on iTunes! Follow Tushar on Twitter @Tushy. Song of the week this week: "I Couldn't Help It" by Diamond Rugs.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome comedian D.J. Lewis back to the program. In the year since he's been on the show, D.J. has been on quite the journey. Hear about outpacing tornadoes in Oklahoma, getting lit on fire in L.A., and talking to colors while on D.M.T. in the Northern Woods. Also, Rivers meets Mr. T. and MUCH MORE! Find D.J. on Twitter @DJLewisComedian. Follow us on Twitter @TheGoodsPod

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys return from their long summer vacation with another fantastic episode. We're talking shitty road gigs with Joe Raines and working the telemarketing gimmicks in Los Angeles with Scott Howard. We love you. We're so happy to be back! Follow Scott on Twitter @TheBestIsScott and follow us on Twitter @TheGoodsPod!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by the hilarious and crazy talented comedian, actress, drag queen, and actress, Emily Mellin, for a great discussion about guilty pleasure TV. Everything from Intervention, to Hoarders, to Say Yes to the Dress, to PBS Kids. This is one of the funniest episodes we've ever done. You gotta check it out! Follow Emily on Twitter @_Emily_Mellin. Music by Bass Drum of Death.

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys sit down with comedian and King of Scranton, PA, Ron Babcock, to talk about his recent tour of the United States behind the wheel of a Harvest Beige 1975 Mercedes Benz 300D Diesel Sedan named "Harvey". Which town was the best? (Austin,TX) Which town was the worst? (Auburn, AL) Which town had the biggest douchebag on ketamine? (Tuscaloosa, AL) Find out about these questions and more on this very tubular episode of The Goods from the Woods! Follow the show on Twitter @TheGoodsPod. Check out pictures from Ron's trip on Instagram @HeyRon

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys follow comic and ex-roadie Matthew Curti down the road for a hell of a story about his travels in a van with a metal band. This episode has roadkill, CB radios, a discussion of "Castle Rock", a Korean Mr. Goodnight, and a special appearance by a miscreant known as "Butt Rock Brett". This is a good one. Check it out! Check Matthew Curti out on Facebook and Instragram. Check out the show @TheGoodsPod. 

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In this episode, The Goods from the Woods Boys are back! After a holiday hiatus, the magnificent three return to Disgraceland tot alk about their respective trips down south for Christmas. This episode has everything from James Brown to the line-up for a dad-centric music festival to a drunk rambling plantation owner. It's great to be back! Follow the show @TheGoodsPod

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In this episode, Rivers and Mr. Goodnight sit down with special guest host, comedian Joe Raines to talk about Joe and Rivers' show, YELLAHAMMERED, which will be coming to the Bottletree in Birmingham, AL on 12/23. We talk about Joe's crazy neighbors and Goodnight cuts SEVERAL promos for the show. This one is very funny. Please come out to see the show. Follow Yellahammered on Twitter @YELLAHAMMERED

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian, Auburn man, and former professional wrestler Martin Morrow! They talk all about the glorious business of wrestling as well as the exciting world of working on the radio. Side tangents include Petey Pablo and Hollywood legend, Mr. Muscles. Follow Martin on Twitter at @MartinMMorrow.  Song of the week this week: "Catch the Presidents" by Doc Dailey Magnolia Devil  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley Pat is @ReallyPatReilly Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and the amazing comedian and world-renowned metalhead, John Tole, holy dive into the midnight sea of all things METAL! From Pantera to Priest to Maiden to KISS, we leave no hard rock unturned in this episode! Follow John Tole on Twitter at @JohnTole.  Song of the week this week: Hematovore  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley Pat is @ReallyPatReilly Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian Yedoye Travis, discuss the sights and sounds of the "Dogwood City", aka "The A", aka "Badstreet U.S.A.", Atlanta, GA! Side tangents include Nickelodeon, the Civil War, children's museums, and a recent immigrant's fascination with Lee Greenwood. Follow Yedoye on Twitter @ProfessorDoye! Song of the week this week: "Highland Crawler" by Gentleman Jesse His Men   You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley Pat is @ReallyPatReilly Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special REPEAT guest, comedian Nick Thomas, are finally taking advantage of their WWE Network subscriptions and reviewing one of the shittiest pay-per-views of all time: "WCW's Fall Brawl '93: War Games". We go match-by-match and talk about all aspects of of the pay-per-view: the work, the announcing, and most importantly THE BUTTS! Follow Nick Thomas on Twitter @NThomas4Real and be sure to check out Nick's podcast, "Trailer Trash Hobbyists"! Song of the week this week: "Lonely is a Town" by Glossary  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley Pat is @ReallyPatReilly Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys hit the road investigating Rivers' mom's claims of seeing a Southern sasquatch back in 1999. They dive head first into the black lagoon that is cryptozoology. From bigfoot to the skunk ape to the Jersey Devil to mokele mbembe, cryptids are the best kind of local legend and the boys will rattle off their favorites. Side tangents include boiled peanuts, the band Blackfoot, the ending of 'Home Improvement' that never was, and that time Hulk Hogan MURDERED the Big Show. Music from FREEMAN Follow us on Twitter @TheGoodsPod

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by their special guest, Doug Driesel Jr., to discuss a definining television program in everyone's lives (except for Rivers, he's never seen a whole episode) Mystery Science Theater 3000. Side tangents also include Gallagher, Beavis Butthead, and what would be involved in a Shakespeare Mortal Kombat. Follow Doug on Twitter @DougDrieselJr. Listen to Doug's podcast, "Obscure Reference" at http://ObscureReferencePodcast.com!  Song of the week this week: "Mystery Science Theater 3000 Theme" by Man or Astro-Man?.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guests, comedian Klee Wiggins and Ed Greer, plop themselves down in front of the TV for some Saturday morning cartoons. Fromt he homoeroticism of He-Man to the racial politics of Bionic Six, cartoons are a favorite subject for everyone! Check us out on Twitter @TheGoodsPod and check out our friend Rayvon Pettis's EP on Bandcamp and iTunes!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys take the concept of the BBC program, "Desert Island Discs" and turn it on its head. Instead of asking what songs you would want to hear if you were stuck on a desert island, we ask what songs would cause you to start lighting fires, cutting down palm trees, and devising a way to escape the island? Keep on searchin' for that blue jean baby queen! Song of the week this week: "Maker's Mound" by Dexateens.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys talk about the two things you should never bring up at the dinner table: politics and religion. Joining them for this Jesus-y jaunt is comedian Justin Williams. We talk everything from Middle American milquetoast Christianity to godless liberal Hollywood's favorite faith, Scientology. Side tangents in this one include how the wrestler known as "Sting" would run a wedding. This one is great fun! Find Justin on Twitter @JToTheWill.  Song of the week this week: "Too Much Sex (Too Little Jesus)" by Drive-By Truckers.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian Dave Amiott, delve into the blood-soaked world of TV's most seemingly-frazzled detective, Columbo. Side tangents include Homer's 'Odyssey' and the time Creed tickets were going for fifty cents! Find Dave on Twitter @DaveAmiott. Song of the week this week: "Total Destruction to Your Mind" by Swamp Dogg.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys discuss what it's like to move to a new place with two comedians who literally JUST moved to Los Angeles. Those comedians are Drew Whitney Morgan and D.J. Lewis who hail from the rising comedy scene of Knoxville, TN. This episode is all about hellacious landlords, sketchy starter friends, and those sad, isolating first attempts at fitting into an unfamiliar place. Side tangents include Sanford Son, Burt Reynolds, and D.J.'s 9-year stint in prison (No, for real). This one is a doozy and we couldn't be more proud of it! Check out D.J. on Twitter at @DJLewisComedian. Check out Drew at @AverageDrew. Also, peep Drew's book "The Liberal Redneck Manifesto" wherever fine books are sold.    Song of the week this week: "Since Jimmy Came" by Shonna Tucker Eye Candy.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by their very special guest, one of Mr. Goodnight's oldest friends, the Pride of Beantown, Jay Geary! This episode is dedicated to action figures! Everything from Transformers to Star Wars to He-Man to Jurassic Park! Side tangents include some obligatory old school wrestling talk, Beanie Babies, and the reprehensible showmanship of Rush Limbaugh. Check out Jay's AMAZING radio show, "Public Indecency", on WEMFRadio.com!  Song of the week this week: "Revolution Summer" by the Immortal Lee County Killers.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian Tom Seiniger, discuss that old American television bailiwick: the police procedural. They're loosely plotted, contrived, and they have wacky guest stars. What's not to love? Follow Tom on Twitter @Thomothy! Follow the show on Twitter @TheGoodsPod!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys examine the last decade of Mr. Goodnight's personal and social history with a peek into his wallet which is, quite literally, bursting at the seams with business cards and personal recollections. We also talk guns, crossfit, and the local Birmingham crazy person, "Made in America". This one is not to be missed! Follow us on Twitter @TheGoodsPod

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their guest, comedian Nick Thomas, hit the road on 18 wheels of raw power. This episode is all about truckin'. We explore the truck stops the dot the American landscape, the trucker's hall of fame, and some of the undeniably great songs spawned from the cabs of the vehicles that sustain us. This one's for America! Follow Nick on Twitter @NThomasNotFunny. Follow the show on Twitter @TheGoodsPod.

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys along with special guest host Kyle Clark, link up with Atlanta's finest, comedian Matt Pharr, for an in-depth discussion of those places that fill the vast spaces in the American frontier, the tourist trap! We take a look at places such as Bravo Farms in California, Clark's Trading Post in New Hampshire, and the Georgia Guidestones which lend themselves to mystery and intrigue. This one is not to be missed! You can follow Kyle Clark on Twitter @KyleClarkIsRad and you can follow Matt Pharr @MattPharrComic. Music is "Whisper in the Dark" by The Pine Hill Haints. 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys talk with comedian and producer/creator of CRAVE (www.CRAVECOMEDY.com), Alex Hooper about what's going on with all the neighbors; the downstairs neighbors that call the cops, the next door neighbors who are always brawling, and the upstairs neighbor who puked moonshine and blood over a balcony. Side tangents include the loss of human interaction to technology, the Rolling Stones, and the weirdest thing people have smoked weed out of. This episode is not to be missed! Ending music is "Weeds Downtown" by Lee Bains III The Glory Fires.  

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are solo jamming on a topic very near and dear to at least one of their hearts: MUSIC FESTIVALS. From the small good ones (Waverly Boogie) to the mega huge corporate ones (Bonnaroo) to the disastrous, fiery hell-scapes (Woodstock '99), music festivals are a great American institution. Also in this episode, we go deep into Rivers' past as a jam band kid as well as Pat's experiences in the worst bathroom in North America. This episode has drugs, music, on-stage meltdowns, and so much more. Give us a listen and follow us on Twitter @TheGoodsPod!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys spend an hour of delight with comedian Merrill Davis! This episode, the boys and their guest discuss hobbies: tennis, archery, go karts, death, etc. This one is amazing. Give it a listen! Follow Merrill on Twitter @MerrillDavis and on Instagram at @MerrillMerrillOnTheWall. Song of the week this week: "Half the City" by St. Paul The Broken Bones.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @ReallyPatReilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome Birmingham native and the only person in Los Angeles who bore witness to Rivers' first time on stage, comedian Wes Van Horn. This episode covers bad movies, failed Republican candidate Dale Peterson, and the exploits of a man from outer space named Sexton Hardcastle. This is one of the best episodes of the show. Give it a listen now! Follow Wes on Twitter @WesVanHorn and follow us on Twitter @TheGoodsPod!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are back for another fun filled episode of 'The Goods'. This week, they're joined for a second time by the Golden State's favorite son, comedian Justin Lentz! This episode is all over the fuckin' yard. They cover everything from wrestling and the death of the Ultimate Warrior, to  'Bewitched', to Insane Clown Posse. This one is nuts. Enjoy!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys talk to comedian Brent Schmidt about his time working in the two happiest places on Earth: on the lifeguard stand at Disneyworld and in the halls of power as a Senate page in Washington D.C. Plus: Who is the biggest asshole on Capitol Hill? Who gets to fuck the Disney princesses? All these questions and more will be answered! Dig in, daddy. Follow us on Twitter @TheGoodsPod!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian Chris Estrada as they travel through the world of punk rock. From local scenes to the top of the charts, punk rock has been around for over 40 years and the boys take a look at some of their favorites. Explore some great bands from Chris's hometown of Los Angeles as well as the punk giants of the sleepy backwater of Auburn, AL. Side tangents include C.H.I.P.S. and the why the star of the movie 'Matilda' hates Aaron Carter. 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by comedian and chef in training, Joe Bowling, to talk about cooking and to share some of their favorite recipes. They also veer off into a discussion of marching bands and the practicality of the different methods of assassination discussed in the song "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" by AC/DC. Also discussed is the WWF Cookbook, the existence of which was brought to the boys' attention by listener and friend of the show, @sarlik. This is one of the best episodes yet! You can follow the show on Twitter @TheGoodsPod

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their guest, comedian and host of the podcast Wandertown Andy Peters, explore the gloriously depressing world of the men who were born to lose: jobbers! This is a full-on wrestling episode but, not to worry, it'll be hilarious for wrestling fans and detractors alike. Also, we take a peek into the Disgraceland Picayune and discover Daytona's dark, seedy underbelly. This one is not to be missed!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys take a trip to one of the best record stores in L.A.: Record Surplus down on Santa Monica Boulevard. Rivers, Pat, and Mr. Goodnight each snagged a few things from the bargain bin. Now, on Episode #28, the Boys will share and review their selections. This episode is a real hoot! Song of the week this week: "45 RPM" by The Alarm.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys open up the x-files and take a look into the cult of the extraterrestrial. Join the Boys and their guests, the amazing comedians and podcasters Andy Erikson and Alex Stein on a cosmic road trip from Roswell to the planet Ummo and all points in between. Also, enjoy selections from Rivers' all time top 10 UFO jams. We also take a look at one out-of-this-world story in the Disgraceland Picyune. Take a listen to the best podcast this side of Alpha Centauri! Follow us on Twitter @TheGoodsPod!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by the most dapper Bay Stater in Hollywood, Wareham, Mass.'s own, George Coffey. George is truly a jack of all trades (comedian, artist, machinist, musician, programmer, the list goes on and on) and, in the grand tradition of Mr. Coffey, this episode is all over the map. The Boys begin where it all began for George: on Cape Cod. From there they leave the cranberry bogs and work their way out into the world of minor league baseball mascots ("Oh, the Hugh Manatee!") and Moxie Soda. This one is truly a blast to listen to. Join us on our trip around the Cape, won't you? Then follow us on Twitter @TheGoodsPod!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are just catching up and answering some more letters from you, our adoring fans! This episode covers gas station food, the former lives of the biggest assholes on the radio, and the greatest songs to listen to while going number two. Normally we have side tangents; this episode is ALL tangents! Also, we'll take a peek at this week's issue of the Disgraceland Picayune. If you'd like to drop us a line, you can do so at TheGoodsPod@Gmail.com and on Twitter @TheGoodsPod!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome comedian Kevin Macias to Disgraceland. In addition to being a great stand-up, Kevin shares co-ownership of the title of "World's Greatest Dad Stories" with our own, Pat Reilly. So, now we got 'em both in the same room tellin' stories about the paterfamilias. Side tangents in this episode include the Harlem Globetrotters' stint on Gilligan's Island, Mussolini's fashion sense, and then EVERYONE yells about Tom Brady. This episode features the second edition of the Disgraceland Picayune. Call your dad and then give us a listen!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their guest, rapper-turned-comedian, Reza Asgari get down with the get down in this discussion of hip-hop in all of its glory. Topics include the best beefs of all time, Arsenio Hall's rap alter ego "Chunky A", and the mating habits of Juggalos. This is also the debut of a new segment, "The Disgraceland Picayune", where the boys share their favorite news stories of the day. You can follow Reza on Twitter @RezaAsgari 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys huddle together in terror with their guest, comedian and host of the "People We Know" podcast, Andy Sell. This one goes into depth about all things in the horror film genre: the good, the bad, the scared stupid. Side tangents include the rap career of David "Bud Bundy" Faustino and the porno career of Dustin "Screech" Diamond. Also, Rivers recalls his favorite monologue from the film 'Gigli'. You can follow Andy on twitter @Andy_Sell and be sure to check out his podcast, "People We Know".

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys finally get around to answering the mountain of letters that has been accumulating on the front stoop at Disgraceland for the past five months. If you'd like Mr. Goodnight to answer your letter or give you some on-air advice on the next installment of "Dear Mr. Goodnight", feel free to drop us a line on Twitter at @TheGoodsPod or on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheGoodsPod.

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are joined by Pella, Iowa's favorite son, comedian Andrew Lopez! This week, the boys relive their misspent, mischievious youths and, boy, it sure does involve a lot of poop and water balloons. Side tangents include the short-lived Marvel animated series Bucky O'Hare, Ric Flair's career as an open mic comedian, and the direct line that stretches from Disgraceland Studios all the way back to the first internet meme, "Mr. T Ate My Balls". This one is gonna crack you up. And, don't worry, names have been bleeped to protect those implicated. 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome comedians Mike Lawrence (@TheMikeLawrence) and Justin Lentz (@JustLentz) for another whole episode of pro-wrestling discussion. This episode revolves around one of the most fascinating aspects of the business: The bad gimmick. Bad gimmicks affect every wrestling promotion. Some are hit harder than others (WCW). This episode will be hilarious for wrestling fans and detractors alike. 

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their guest, comedian Jack Robichaud, venture back into their old stompin' grounds: THE WOODS! This episode has everything from abandoned sheds and dead deer to porn stashes and pot smokin'. Side tangents include alien abductions, MC Hammer's time behind the pulpit, QVC celebrities, and the backstory to 'Knight Rider' that NO ONE cared about!

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In this episode, the halls are being decked by the Goods from the Woods Boys. Stockings have been hung near the fireplace with care in hopes that Santa With Muscles soon will be there. In this episode the boys go over the best and worst of Christmas music as well as the usual side tangents, this time into He-Man, Pat's 'On the Waterfront' Lego set, and Catholicism as an Olympic sport. Put on another Yule log, crank this one 'til the knob breaks, and have yourself a Merry little Christmas!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome Birmingham, AL's favorite son, comedian Joe Raines, to talk about their various brushes with the law. Joe takes us through his wrap sheet. Pat warns everyone of the dangers of P.C.P. (also known as "Angel Dust"). Rivers recounts his misspent youth with the miscreant known as "Nerm Sturgis". Get a glimpse of what life would be like if Mr. Goodnight ruled the world. Also, check out some original music by Jonathan Mosman (@JayMoze) at the end of the episode!

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In this episode, Rivers is reunited with the Goods from the Woods Boys after a two week sojourn down in Dixieland. Who did Rivers see on his red-eye plane to Atlanta? Who is the worst supergroup of all time? Why does King Arthur keep ruining rock 'n' roll? All these questions will be answered in this episode! Keeping the boys company on the couch is Neighbor Frank and Neighbor John. Thanks again to our friend, Sweet Baby Tom, for introducing the Goods from the Woods Boys to the amazing song, "Snake Farm". You can follow Tom on Twitter @Both_Sofas. Also, War Eagle!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are out to prove that sometimes it takes three to tango especially when you're in conversation with the amazing stand-up comic, playwright, and salsa dancing enthusiast, Solange Castro! In this episode, the boys talk with Solange about the art of dance, some prom and homecoming stories of yore, as well as the best jams for gettin' down with the get down. Unsurprisingly, we dwell on one Prince Rogers Nelson for much of the episode. Dig it!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys travel to a galaxy far, far away with their guest, comedian Luke Jensen, to discuss all things science fiction (though there is a VERY heavy emphasis on 'Star Wars'). Side tangents include the lost art of fake social media profiles as well as the fact that Pat has somehow avoided ever seeing 'Star Wars'. When listening to this episode and, indeed, going through life, don't forget: Don't panic and carry a towel!

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In this episode, The Goods from the Woods Boys finally devote an entire episode to their shared passion: professional wrestling! Joining them in this episode to discuss their favorite wrestlers is stand-up comedian and Nerdtern, John Ungaro. Topics include the hilarity that is Chris Jericho, the poetry of "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes, and the botched debut that shocked the world. You're gonna love this episode, even if you don't like wrestling.

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian Paige Weldon, take a leisurly stroll through a whimsical petting zoo of cute, adorable, fuzzy, and loveable animals. Side tangents include the anime series "Hamtaro", the story of Pat's incredible dog "Brutus", and the circumstances surrounding the death of Rivers' great grandfather at the hands of moonshiners in rural Alabama in 1919.

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian Russell Mills, plumb the depth of rock 'n' roll in a quixotic effort to expose the WORST SONG EVER! Candidates span a wide range of eras and genres but all share the common trait of being truly, undeniably terrible. Also, our guest tells the story of seeing Limp Bizkit and Kid Rock in Nuremberg which is only the second worst thing to ever happen there.

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In this extra-spooky special episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys welcome Travis Clark of the "Tiny Odd Conversations Podcast" (TOCPOD.COM) to Disgraceland Studios for a discussion of memories of All Hallows' Eves past. Rivers delves deep into his love for Halloween novelty records and his wrath for those he perceives to be destroying the genre through both rudeness and crudeness. Side tangents include Mr. T's "Be Somebody or Be Somebody's Fool", the ideal arsenal for hunting dinosaurs, and the fleeting morality of airbrush t-shirt artists.

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys talk music with Nerdtern Numero Uno, Kyle Clark. Topics include favorite concerts, Kyle's regrettable Social Distortion tattoo, and of course the mandatory discussion of Lynyrd Skynyrd. Rivers recalls a very special performance at a dry juke joint in Five Points, Alabama. Pat recounts his heckling of an Everclear concert. While Mr. Goodnight medititates on Carroll O'Connor and the waning days of minstrelry in the 70's. Rock out, bros!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys link-up with comedians Laura Crawford and Adam Murray, to discuss the drudgery of crappy jobs. This episode's side tangents include the PBS Kids program, Caillou; the repeated missed opportunities for wordplay in church signs; and Rivers' grandmother's funeral (don't worry, it's funny!). Also featured in this episode: A delightful Moth-style live story about a misbehavin' pussybone from Rivers' friend, Caroline.

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian David Cope, go back to the arcade in this episode all about classic gaming! Explore some of the weirdest storylines ever concocted out of just 8 to 16 bits. Conquer space aliens with Steve Perry of Journey. Kick Dr. Machino's butt with Awesome Possum. Stand by idly while zombies eat your neighbors. Also, Rivers tells the story of the time Tomb Raider made a kid pee in a diaper that he was inexplicably wearing at age 10. This will be much easier to understand if you just hit play!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys are waiting around Disgraceland Studios for a HUGE guest (country music superstar, George Jones) to show up. With some time on their hands, the boys delve into local commercials, the Jim Crockett and NWA professional wrestling promotions, as well as the number one radio show in the midnight to four slot, Coast to Coast AM.

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian Jim Bruce, gather 'round to discuss the early-90's TV classic, 'Quantum Leap' and to fill in the completely uninitiated Rivers. The episode also takes off into hilarious side tangents involving "Weird" Al Yankovic, the truly awful post-Jim Morrison incarnation of The Doors, Darwinism, and also the surprising effect Jim Bruce had on Pat as a kid back in 1999. Oh, boy! You can find Jim Bruce on Twitter @ComicJimBruce. You can also check out his AMAZING podcast on which Rivers and Pat have both been guests. The show is called "Who's This Now?" and you can find it on iTunes and on Twitter @WhoThisNow.  You can follow us on Twitter: @TheGoodsPod  Rivers is @RiversLangley  Dr. Pat is @PM_Reilly  Mr. Goodnight is @SepulvedaCowboy

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian Dave Waite, are taking it on the road! Explore the land of the free from the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream Waters as our hosts and their guest speak of their favorite eccentric local characters, road trips and the most memorable tourist traps, hell gigs, and highway cafes of the damned. Also, Pat tells us how the 'Girls Gone Wild' sausage is made.  Follow Dave on Twitter @DaveWaite and go see him do stand-up in a town near you!

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In this episode, the Goods from the Woods Boys and their special guest, comedian Jesse Case, are taking it to the house: Waffle House. This roadside, Dixie delight plays host to some of the most colorful characters in America and our hosts and guest have no shortage of things to say about their adventures within the walls of this yellow and brown, 24/7, breakfast wonderland. The conversation also takes its natural progression into a conversation about the racism in Nickelodeon's 'Doug'. Follow Jesse on Twitter @JesseCase.

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In the inaugural episode of "The Goods from the Woods", our hosts Rivers, Pat, and Mr. Goodnight discuss the horror of Denny's Hoobastank burrito, the delicate psychology of Nazareth fans, and the agony and ecstasy that is James Brown's "Future Shock". Follow Rivers on Twitter @RiversLangley. Follow Pat on Twitter @ReallyPatReilly. Follow Mr. Goodnight @SepulvedaCowboy. Follow the show @TheGoodsPod.

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