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Big Ed goes it alone - unfettered by Cole or an agenda. Earl Cotton Bailey phones in on the hotline. Big Ed may have been sedated on this stream.
Apologies for the fan noise that we didn't notice.
Big Ed travels back in time to July 4 (most likely July 10) 1976 to Beavertown, PA's Bicentennial Parade, originally broadcast from Marge Spey's house on the corner of Market and Sassafras.
Big Ed ‘n Cole catch up after a busy spring, and kick off summer in style.
Big Ed cultivates some hot, enticing garden assembly action.
Big Ed shares is experience from his first and last cruise on a floating mall and casino.
It's noodle night in the shed as Big Ed 'n Cole sample eight noodles from JapanCrate. There's also some drinking, foul language, an open flame, and an argument about David Caruso.
Big Ed ‘n Cole ramble and drink before taking a month of vacation.
Big Ed 'n Cole are all over the place with poetry, the AWP conference, cowboy romance, snooker, being an adult that just stumbles into a room while your parents are having sex, and the abuse of abuseyisms. It's a family friendly stream.
Big Ed 'n Cole talk cowboy poetry, the bouquet of Hamm's beer, and wearing a scarf even when it's 70 degrees in the shed.
Big Ed is also caught wearing the wrong hat.
Big Ed 'n Cole have no agenda other than drinking and talking...and asking for a little help paying the bills. We also went on a TV/Movie rant covering Justified, Battlestar Galactica, The A-Team, Murder Mountain, Empire and others.
Big Ed also busts a tooth.
Big Ed goes it alone without Cole in a grab bag stream. Big Ed goes it alone without Cole in a grab bag stream. He also catalogs all of the countries in which he's mysteriously suffered jock itch despite top-notch hygiene.
These two sure are sweet on each other.
Big Ed 'n Cole kick off the first stream of the year, and are noticeably absent from PAX South.
Worry not; they can stay in touch with all of the PAX action by constantly calling folks on their new Executive Desk Telephones.