Journalism is serious business. And Charlie Faith and Tracy Woodward are the seriousest journalists in the business. Join them each week as they tackle the toughest stories through the power of podcast.
Tracy and Charlie discuss the high risk, high reward world of throwing house parties, and share a few helpful tips and tricks for not screwing it up. Friend of the show Mark Wahlberg is scheduled to join in studio, along with sports correspondent Danny Trejo.
Back from their mid-season break, Tracy and Charlie welcome Charlie's sister and new LA resident Caroline Faith into the studio. Caroline and the boys discuss the finer points of moving when you're in your twenties, home security, and how to keep your happy trail from getting caught in your belt-buckle.…
Friend of the show and voice-over diva Alexa Kahn joins Tracy and Charlie for a spirited discussion about the trial and turmoils of paying your dues in the service industry. Also, silly voices.
Friend of the show Brennan Kelleher stops by to help Charlie stage an intervention regarding Tracy's music tastes, and then gives advice about healthy fitness choices
Ryan Slattery (Deadline Hollywood's Most Staffable TV Writers, 2013) joins Tracy and Charlie to discuss lifestyle choices.
This week, three guys in their twenties tell you why people in their twenties are just the worst. Musician and professional handsome-person Ty Foster stops by the studio as the boys revisit magical moments of growth, self discovery, and being reminded you don't know shit.
Friend of the show Will McFadden (GoPotato.tv, The Actors Gang) stops to give the boys some advice on online dating. What could possibly go wrong?
In honor of their alma mater, UC Santa Barbara being named #7 in the world by the Centre for Science and Technologies Studies at Leiden University in the Netherlands, Charlie and Tracy decide to cheapen their degrees by revisiting some stories of the UCSB Gauchos' favorite pastime: drinking.
This week, Charlie and Tracy review "Rugby World Cup 2011," which features the most fascinating and fully realized fantasy sport since Harry Potter's Quidditch. Join the boys on a spellbinding journey filled with half-kicks, tackles, and scrums.
In 2006, the Burger King corporation published a stealth-based action game in which players, as the Burger King, attempt to sneak up on unsuspecting victims and deliver them breakfast. The result can only be described as “genre-bending.” Listen to Charlie and Tracy's thorough review in their inaugural address to the gaming masses.…