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 99 starts with driving differences between Houston and Denver and notes on what’s coming up on the week’s show.
At 4:20, Stig and Bill begin sharing this week’s beer selections and start a discussion on “Death by Stig”. Bill then shares his observation on this year’s SXSW 100 from NPR along with his plans for his trip. Stig then talks just a bit about Soviet Soviet. Stig and Bill discuss some deep picks for March Madness.
At 17:51, Bill state representative proposes a bill that would actually effect men instead of women for a change.
At 25:09, Stig starts with random news from Minute Maid Park. Bill shares a story from the World Baseball Classic. Also, great deal on Astros tickets are explained. Stig then tell why the pair won’t be attending the USWNT game at BBVA. The segment ends with an update on the Comic Con/Kiki Maroon conflict.
At 34:34, Stig shares his learning of the Resistbot, Bill follows up by sharing possibly too much.
Show 88 starts off with a bit of talk about the weather and Stig immediately mentions his drink and Bill’s shares info about his beer.
At 4:06, Stig mentions the large live audience and then talks about moving his company to New Zealand. Bill then talks about personnel shuffles between Houston and Austin, you take our coach – we’ll take your police chief. Stig then mentions the story about the woman on the tarmac at IAH. Bill tells about a band he saw this week.
At 15:24, Stig mentions some details about his L.A. trip. Stig and Bill then talk about the Astros’ new/old player and Tai’s Hill.
At 20:07, Bill promotes his political twitter feed and talks a bit about state officials. Stig mentions his read of Steve Martin’s “The Pleasure of My Company”. Bill updates us on a read and on changes at Fitzgerald’s.
Show 81 starts with the usual corrections a brief discussion of beers and what wasn’t available along with what’s coming up on the show.
At 5:18, Bill and Stig start a general discussion on the first presidential debate and the oddities surrounding it. Bill then educates on the upcoming HISD bond issue on the upcoming ballot. The segment finishes with disturbing clown news.
At 16:53, Stig starts a wrap up on the Astros lackluster season buts finds a bright spot in the Brandon Laird story.
At 25:40, Stig finishes the show alone due to a technical gaff but shares what is new for the week for both himself and Bill.
Show 80 starts with Bill discussing pumpkin beer and Stig noting the death of Buckwheat Zydeco.
At 4:32, Stig and Bill discuss the upcoming Day for Night festival coming up in December including performer and artist information. Bill also adds his insights from attending last year’s inaugural edition.
Show 74 starts with Bill and Stig giving a brief discussion what’s coming up on the week’s show including RNC and DNC conventions, judicial decisions, and sports.
At 3:59, Stig begins the discussion on the political conventions with trouble finding the speeches on audio. Stig continues talking about music usage in the RNC Convention including a statement by Brian May of Queen. Bill adds his perspective and some things he viewed throughout the week.
At 16:07, Bill talks about two judicial rulings, one about voter ID law and one concerning birth certificates. Stig tell about Governor Greg Abbott demanding the University of Houston’s participation in the Big 12.
At 25:10, Stig starts the sports segment with the streaking Astros. Stig also notes the passing of former Dallas Cowboy star, Robert Newhouse. Stig then discusses the heat at the most recent Dynamo game.
At 33:30, Bill and Stig wrap up the show with what’s new for the week, including at stats website and more television series.