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Episode 15

January 19th, 2012    23 Comments

Joey starts the show by making high maintenance demands. People are starting not to observe the no-phone rule. Yoshi isn’t here for the third time and it seems like the show is falling apart.

Yoshi has made it final that he is not only off the show but is not Dave’s friend. Dave is too hard on Yoshi. Dave claims that he is trying to save Yoshi from himself. Joey learns from not interfering with a friend that she died, so it is better to intrude on your friend. Yoshi is a blunt networker as a way to help others. We all want Yoshi back on the show. Careerwise, this show can help Yoshi. Yoshi suffers in his comedy career. Dave says Yoshi live is better than his act. In three words, we miss Yoshi. Dave is paying the hot chick tax. Chicks who are hot have hot chick problems and when Dave dates one, he has problems too.

Sometimes Dave dates girls who turn out to be hookers. A hooker he dated called him to help her out of a bad situation with a john. Dave weighs his options. Dave sympathizes with the rejection Hitler faced. If not for Dave’s success, he wants to kill people. He doesn’t care and can end up in jail.

Vania is a born again Christian and so won’t have sex until marriage. Harry played guitar in church. Joey doesn’t trust Christians who don’t convert him. In the Jewish religion, Rabbi Akiva says that everyone eventually gets to heaven. Vania believes hell is on earth. Vania doesn’t convert people. Vania can only have sex with a close connection with a man. She had the right man once. Joey does profane sex acts. Why are Koreans so insanely fanatical about Christ? The word Gook actually comes from the Koreans. Dave was a fanatical Christian for three months out of prison. Dave’s mom is a good Christian because she makes herself willfully ignorant. Dave abandons Christianity because it is condemning almost everyone to hell. Also that it forces people to do things and acts in certain ways. He hates the force and the fear.

Religion causes problems. Just be cool to one another. Dave was born into Christianity. Dave’s dad is losing his filter, he announces that his newborn nephew is ugly. There is always a reason to hate your parents. Dave’s aunt can’t see outside of her religious beliefs in her interactions with others.

That is the source of Dave’s brainwashing. Christianity breed fanaticism. The gospel of Thomas, the missing years of Jesus Christ, when he was a teenage asshole. Vania would stop existing if it wasn’t for Jesus. Why couldn’t you still be religious if Jesus didn’t exist? Vania broke up with the love of her life because he was an atheist. Vania has sinful sex. Vania’s first sexual experience involved a Bible study leader and was a bad experience. He wanted blow jobs everywhere. Now she can’t date Korean men.

An older man told Dave that he got married just because he wanted to get laid. Dave and Vania have a wild night in Tijuana. The greatest strip club is Hong Kong in Tijuana. Vania felt a little uncomfortable. It’s all good to joey.

Vania is looking for a mythical dude and is setting herself up for disappointment. Women are looking to be rescued and men are looking for someone to complete them. Both Vania and Dave have been scarred by Koreans and will never date them. But our white friend will only date Korean women. Dave dates mixed women because he capitalizes on their confusion with their racial identity. Dave feels bad for any who ends up marrying anyone in the room. As friends, you can be yourself. In a relationship, you end up doing something wrong. Joey believes attraction is linked to the lemon scented vagina.

Everyone marries their parents. The show will die if anyone gets in a relationship. Dave’s dad speaks Korean to everyone, he doesn’t care if you know or not. Vania will use her vibrator as a born again virgin until marriage. We talk about the longest period going without sex. Vania’s brother is staying a virgin. Dave has to balance anything good he does with something bad. Dave was baptized 6 times.

A lot of Vania’s gay friends are going to Church and choosing Jesus over their gayness. Dave was brainwashed into becoming Christian. Dave’s dad hasn’t been religious until his friends started dying. Vania’s hell is a place without God, with no light. Vania feels dirty about having sex without emotional connection. Yoshi has Korean rules of interacting with those who are younger Koreans. Vania dates douchebags to avoid an emotional connection. Dave dates girls whom he will not have to make an emotional connection with either.

Friends and family are forever. Ex-wives and ex-girlfriends are forever. Dave ran berrands all day to buy 6 big teddy bears. Teddy bears fulfill emotional needs.

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23 Responses to Episode 15

  1. Rick H. says:

    Yoshi’s sheer ruthlessness when it comes to interpersonal relationships is one of his unique qualities. The dude’s hardcore. Minor disagreements are like life and death with that guy, and he’ll jettison everything in a heartbeat. It’s amazing how coldly determined Yoshi can be once the decision has been struck. He hasn’t spoken to me in over a year. Maybe it’ll end up different with you guys; I know he cares about you.

    Very sad, but in retrospect, I probably should have seen something coming. The eagle flies alone.

  2. Mike Plant says:

    i’ll bet Dave tried to bang that Vania chick after the show.

  3. louie says:

    awesome episode! love the whole yoshi saga. i wish the show had a real schedule though.

  4. blur says:

    Hey Dave!

    I’m from Tijuana, you’re welcome to come again.. ::) (really, you and your friends are welcome)

  5. pascal says:

    Great entertainment! I agree with Louie, production needs to increase to at least 3 podcasts a week :-)

  6. Mojack says:

    Another good podcast. I agree with the other posters that we want to hear more from you guys. On the Yoshi saga, people change when they decide or are forced by situations to change. Either catastrophic events (accidents, a death, illness) or by personal choice are the only way people change. I learned this the hard way. Save your energy, bro. Yoshi will change when he feels he needs to.

  7. anon says:

    How come Saelee is still considered “#1 Fan”? She’s not on a part of the show by now?

  8. Giimo says:

    Where the fuck can I download the intro and ending song?

  9. bickdutt says:

    you should really get some advertisements on the show so yoshi can make some money. all of your cast/people are fucking interesting and I think you could and SHOULD do more episodes.

  10. bickdutt says:

    also, vania sounds fucking dumb..

  11. John says:

    God damn, I had a hard time listening to this session because of that dumb ass Christian girl.

  12. John says:

    And fuck man, get Yoshi back on. He was a big part of the show.

  13. Anonymous says:

    wow, that girl is a dumbass.

  14. carl says:

    i like to listen to this when i paint

  15. this so-called Christian chick sounds ridiculous, she knows nothing about the religion. hahaha that’s so typical

  16. Scott says:

    Great show.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Vania spouting a load of bullshit

  18. thoughtfool dj says:

    gotdamn, that bitch venia is stupid! ‘if I gave up my faith, I would probably just end it. there’d be nothing to live for.’ DUMBEST shit ive ever heard. you fucking cunt. as ricky gervais said once, ‘christians say atheists have nothing to live for. wrong. we have nothing to die for.’ I mean, if you don’t believe in an afterlife, then why wouldn’t you make the most out of the little time you have here on earth? people this dumb and thoughtless make me so angry. like hulk-style

  19. Peter o says:

    steve is like the new yoshi just have to wait till he red zones

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