Anti-maskers. Anti-sparklers. Anti-Cagers. On a weekend full of bright explosions, the guys get lit up discussing the finest in summer blockbusters, what movies qualify as "patriotic," and even the logic of people fighting against covering their filthy faces.
Also, Brad gets a new gig, Craig gets closer to a pool, and Dave gets his degree revoked for inventing an idiotic word. So, fire up a roman candle, crack a beer, and get comfortable, kids...
Cancel culture is back in full force, and Craig, Dave and Brad aren't having it! Well, at least for those that don't deserve it. With the help of Cousin Matt, the guys get into a hilarious (and surprisingly insightful) 2+ hour discussion of the people that need to be gone for their actions, along with a few that don't warrant the hypersensitive nonsense.
We may not always agree with the world. We may not always agree with each other. But we'll always agree with our right to disagree. Maybe the world needs a little lesson from Needless to Say. And here it is...
After a week Craig really wants to forget, the guys decided the best way to respond was by going back to the skull for some random topics. This naturally led to a discussion of everything from cancel culture to race relations to time travel. Yes, seriously.
Also, 2/3 of the show got stupid drunk while discussing smart things. See if you can figure out which two it is...
This week, the guys added an extension to the garage to welcome back Sometimes Manny. And naturally, the conversation turned to toilet burglars, badly faked deaths, dining on grandmothers, rapper girls with 4-foot implants, and the greatest Florida Man headline of all time.
Also, NTS developed their first-ever GoFundMe to help a fine gentleman from Lagos, Nigeria. Give what you can - every little bit helps.
Reunited, and it feels so good! The guys recorded in person for the first time since winter, and it took them about 30 seconds to realize what a difference it makes. From Drew Brees and Hulk Hogan to Australian rugby and Belgian pizza, the guys covered it all like they never quarantined in the first place.
No more audio problems. No more weird delays. No more nonsense. This is NTS as it should be.
This week, the guys offer a very special review episode, giving fans a detailed look into their thoughts on Psycle's all-new beast, "Kill the Machine" ...
You could read a few half-hearted paragraphs, or you can spend more than an hour diving deep into one of 2020's best rock releases yet. These guys are our brothers -- this is just another reason why.
The remote shows are winding down, but the guys keep going strong. Not only did they fix last week's audio problems, but they also found a few more headlines that show things are getting back to "NTS normal."
Krasinski capitalism. Korean sex dolls at soccer games. Homeless corpse love. Pornhub lawsuits. If these are the things that get you out of bed each day, then buckle up. We have a show for you...
This week, Craig and Dave welcome long-time listener, first-time caller Brad to discuss some funny headlines that indicate things might be getting back to normal.
Yeah, audio problems kicked them in the ass again. But if you were sick of hearing two straight weeks of self-indulgence, this is the episode for you.
This week, the guys pick up where they left off last time, finishing the mess that Brad created. This includes things like casting their own reality shows and asking some deep and personal questions about one another... Hell, they even sound kind of nice for a few minutes...
Don't worry, it doesn't last long. Before you know it, they're back to mocking headlines and hating each other's faces.
It's the final week of our little experiment, and in typical Brad fashion, there was more talking than expected. Even though the other two got it done in a single episode, the guys have to cover the rest of Brad's ideas in NEXT week's show.
But that's not to say they didn't have a good time. From casting the movies of their lives to rewriting pop culture history, this turned out to be a pretty good discussion to close out the series.
Also, random pest control techniques, the sadness of "floor corn," and more bad movie crap from Craig. Join us, won't you?
Another week of quarantine has put the guys in a musical mood... more specifically, in the mood to discuss music and how it reflects the phases of our lives.
Sound deep? Don't worry, it's not. If you want to hear another Dave story about him Daving his pants, another Brad story about New York, or a Craig story that will make you hate him more than you already do, grab a beer and settle in.
It was an episode that started off with one of Brad's worst jokes ever. An episode that heard Dave describe a well-timed fart. An episode that discussed Fred Durst, John Travolta, and "The Fanatic" movie.
But then something happened -- the guys got a little smart. And they aim this newfound brainpower onto topics like mob mentalities, COVID-19 conspiracies, and new takes on the "new normal." Don't worry - they still swear a lot.
Since everyone's stuck in lockdown (unless you're from Georgia), sit back and join the conversation. You may not agree with all of it, but you can't argue this is one of the most well-rounded NTS episodes yet.
Still stuck at home, the guys nonetheless manage to find humor within the chaos, in a week that saw religion-themed coronavirus headlines, a ridiculous Tom Brady interview, and even the show's first-ever legal entanglement.
In a world gone mad, the guys know how to grab a little laughter from the quarantine, by discussing things that just couldn't possibly be real. Grab a beer and hang out for a few hours - it's not like you have better things to do.
It took a few weeks, but the guys finally figured out how to do a remote episode without sounding like they're in a barrel of tar. So, they celebrate by discussing some of the "lighter moments" that happened over the last week or so.
By discussing everything from Zoombombing to Busch beer to Lindsay Lohan's weird freckles, the guys are slowly getting used to the new normal, flattening the curves of their livers along the way.
The world situation sucks. Technology sucks. Remote podcasting sucks. But these are the cards on the table. For the second week in a row, Craig, Dave, and Brad isolated themselves to digitally discuss how they're getting their minds off COVID-19, ignorant people, horrific news and quarantine boredom.
And, because it's NTS, they also get into Pablo Escobar, Britney Spears, desert island entertainment, and even bathroom head trauma. It's not ideal, and it's sometimes hard to hear... but it's gonna take a lot more than a virus to stop these dummies now.
"Antisocial Distancing." "Riff." "Live Without a Net." The guys could have named their first-ever remote episode anything. But, even with the obvious technical issues (including Dave's liver failure), they pulled it off.
And good thing, because despite the sound problems, this episode represents the premiere of Psycle's amazing new single "Kill the Machine" -- coming soon to rock radio near you. (Just remember, you heard it here first.)
This ISN'T what Needless to Say normally sounds like. And this WON'T become our "new normal." But for the time being, it's gonna have to do. Stay safe, hunker down, and isolate yourselves with NTS.
It was bound to happen. After just a few days of self-quarantine, the guys got together with a plan and a purpose... and within a few minutes of reflecting on coronavirus, the train lost its conductor and got derailed in the least-expected ways.
The goal of the week? Talking about guilty pleasures. The result? Bathroom discoveries, condom mishaps, and even a little dose of social politics.
Maybe it's scattered. Maybe it sounds like the guys were trapped in a quarantine haze, but given the state of the world, it's exactly what Brad, Dave and Craig needed... and maybe what you need, too.
No Corona beer cracks. No lame-ass lyme puns. No resorting to memes for inspiration. Instead, this week the guys infect your ears with some honest talk about COVID-19, coronaviruses in general, Chinese health conditions, and Corey Feldman.
Some would say we've become an airborne problem, too. Here's another two hours that show you why.
The guys are joined by fan-favorite Cousin Matt to discuss flat earth fails, Make-a-Wish modification, clothes-free cops, Mary Magdalene and LSD 101. Plus, they address Craig's inevitable Alzheimer's...
Yep, all in one episode. And it's definitely funnier than Zika, SARS, Avian Flu, or any other government-driven panic from the last decade.
This week, the guys cover a wide range of headlines ranging from Wendy Williams' fat mouth, to a Scottish guy's fat groin, and Sy Sperling's fat skull cap ... Plus, Craig masters another word, and a young Spielberg masters a new career.
It's another week of Needless to Say, exactly as you like it...