Show 114 starts with some infrastructure problems and the editing purge continues. Stig then unfortunately starts the show off with a major-label beer. The pair then discuss what’s coming up on the show.
At 3:44, Stig challenges the listeners to rate the show on iTunes. As part of the review, if you’d like to guess Bill’s birth weight, feel free to. Stig and Bill then discuss the recent celebration of birth. Bill then mentions the one day branding of ESPNU to “The Ocho”. Stig mentions a few of the less covered sports that aired that day. The Disney streaming startup is also pondered.
At 13:28, Bill gets annoyed by a Disney tweet. Stig talks a little about the craft brewing scene around the San Francisco Bay area and specifically Eight Bridge Brewing in Livermore, California. Bill talks about the state leaders blaming Texas’ problems on big cities.
At 21:10, Bill mentions the death of Mai’s founder this past week. Stig ventures into a little discussion on the Taylor Swift trial which goes in a really bad direction. HEB grocery chain’s expansion into a few areas is also discussed.
At 27:50, The show wraps up with talk about the best food in the MLB. Stig mentions the upcoming Heights Brewery Bike Tour returning a bit too soon. Bill admits a mistake. The segment ends with what’s new for the guys this week.
Show 113 starts with a discussion about escaping Houston heat and the week countdown to Bill’s birthday.
At 3:10, the segment starts with the guys discussing which beers they are drinking this week. Stig briefly mentions the insect bite scale. The press secretary shake up and changes this week are mused about. Bill then talks about the chief of staff firing.
At 13:39, Stig and Bill talk about Health Care vote and John McCain.
At 21:11, Stig gets a Twitter reply! Stig questions Bill through his 50 years of crazy. A musical quiz to determine your age works for Stig, not for Bill. Then Bill tell about Styx trip to NASA.
At 32:10, the final segment starts with the military transgender ban. Stig and Bill then talk about the Gold Cup results and a little history of the tournament. The show wraps up with Bill and a new diner, Stig talks about the moon.
Show 112 starts with Bill giving a little education on beer. Stig notes that there is no Italian collusion with the Java Muses.
At 4:02, Stig and Bill look at the details of the special legislative session for Texas. Included in the discussion is some of the Governor’s special issues. The segment ends with a ranking of office rental space in the state.
At 12:58, in the business news segment, Bill notes the interesting problem the Rocket’s sale includes. There is also a discussion on a few of the potential buyers of the team.
At 18:50, Stig mentions a new policy in cooperation between the city and sheriff’s offices about field drug testing and a very large number of false positives and false confessions. On a lighter note, Bill explains an unwelcomed beer tasting.
At 25:10, the show wraps up with a sports segment including the recent Copa de Oro game at BBVA, a major Astros injury, and what’s new for Bill and Stig.
At 18:11, Stig builds bridges between the Astros and Yankees. Bill explains a new change in recycling in the city of Houston. A little disappointment in the Dynamo’s road performance is covered along with a little upcoming international soccer.
Show 109 starts with a discussion of spoiled beer and current drinks. Also mentioned is what’s coming up on the show.
At 3:55, Bill and Stig give insights to the recent Pride Parade and talk a little about the changes over the years. Included is some analysis on the downtown location.
At 11:19, Stig tells about finally seeing a show at the NERG, it was Metallica.
At 15:44, Stig talks about getting a new, unwanted follower on Twitter. Bill covers Governor Abbott, Mayor Turner and his involvement with Houston being a sanctuary city, and a proposed Travel Ban to Texas!?
At 25:37, Stig has Astro and Dynamo news. He also mentions a small bit about former newscaster, Bob Boudreaux.
At 31:28, the show closes with both fine arts talk and a not-so-smart TV after all.