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Dumb Devil's Advocate
102 minutes | May 12, 2016
Larry the Cable Guy
Dave and Sean reunite after 5 months to discuss some incredibly dumb things. Dave's fatherhood, Sean's refusal to participate in a democracy by choosing Trump or Hillary, Larry the Cable Guy, redneck love and rednack hate, and much, much more! Forgive the different sound, we recorded this in a new secret location outside of the studio! (Dave's house)
75 minutes | Jan 7, 2016
Dave and Sean debut the promo for a new podcast that is sweeping the nation called "Cereal", before launching into a fabulous episode of their own show. The dynamic duo of dumbness rip Star Wars a new one before launching into a lengthy sexual role play between Arnold Shwarzeneggar and his Honduran maid. Also discussed are bumper stickers, which the guys do eventually find common ground on. Also featured is a new "decisions" themesong, Dave eating celery, and Sean talks about dolphin penises. Enjoy, it's one hell of a weird show!
100 minutes | Dec 22, 2015
Important news: Dave and Sean just met U2's very own Bono, and tell us all about it. Later, the two begin to discuss the topic of taxidermy, but that quickly goes out the window when Dave reveals that he recently saw a "little pinky nail micropenis" at the Korean Nude Spa he frequents with his mule dong. Sean recounts the time he peed next to Jeffery Tambor, and how he is kept up at night wishing he had peeked at it. Also included: a polar bear checks coats, Adam Sandler gets taken to task, and a special appearance by 2 of SoCals favorite morning DJs! If you like taxidermy and dicks, this episode is for you!
90 minutes | Dec 15, 2015
In another triumph of idiocy, Dave and Sean take on the subject of puppets. Among the topics discussed: Kermit the Frog's Hollywood Bad-Boy behavior on set, Bill Cosby's $35,000 sex puppet, the unbearable low art of ventriloquism, and the place that puppetry has in the modern world (hint: a bum in Prague). Plus: Dave endorses a brand of underwear!
78 minutes | Dec 8, 2015
The Confederate Flag
Sean's recent attempts to be positive by arguing "for" topics comes to an abrupt end when he is is assigned the task of arguing for the Confederate Flag, which pisses him off. Dave's high school gym teacher Mr. Thompson makes a special Christmas appearance to tell the kids to pull their pants up, the guys break down why Spain's habit of giving away free squid and taking naps all day may contribute to their economic troubles. In a special report from his homestead in South Central, Dave discusses catching a local cat shitting in his vegetable garden.
78 minutes | Dec 3, 2015
Dave and Sean discuss perhaps their most inane topic yet- trophies. Dave argues that too many people get them, and Sean wonders what it's like to have a vapid trophy wife. Sean spends some time complaining about an omelet that looked like cum (he ate it anyways), and then the duo then team up to pick on nerds who have money. The guys sympathize with being a porsche driving misogynist douche who has a 28 year old wife, and then wonder what it would be to retrieve an engagement ring from your fat wife's poop. It's a great show, give it a listen!
79 minutes | Nov 7, 2015
Tattoos: it's time to talk about them... briefly. Dave and Sean discuss the ancient art of ink, and then delve into discussing the plot lines of Fantasy Island, the word midget, wild animals and their place in the world, and much more pointless conversation. Also, a special appearance by ex-military P.E. teacher Mr. Thompson, who gives a slightly offensive lesson in taking care of yourself and having a good attitude. Have you ever seen a Metallica tattoo on a pig? Then this episode is for you!
58 minutes | Nov 1, 2015
Drinking Age of 21
This week's episode discusses the drinking age of 21. Famed teenage drinker Sean must argue against the drinking age limit, and Dave must argue for it, despite himself being a lover of both teens and drinking to excess. Stay tuned for a bonus song about crack selling and the middle eastern sex trade by D-Merk and Sean the Baptist aka B-Originale!
86 minutes | Oct 28, 2015
Dave and Sean discuss their recent adventures in parenthood, pooping after a spicy meal, home improvement projects, halloween costumes, and travel. After catching up on some of that, the topic of the episode is pulled - "Good Samaratins", something that the two hosts have very little experience with. Dave describes the time he pestered an old woman on the street by insisting she was having a coronary when she was in fact fine, and Sean recounts a recent event in which he reluctantly guided a geriatric into a parking spot. In closing, the guys discuss the ultimate act of good will- adoption- and reveal their true character when they both admit they are incapable of such an act. Give it a listen, and be a good Samaratin and tell your dad to listen too!
72 minutes | Oct 7, 2015
S & M
Dave and Sean begin the show by discussing their recent camping trips- Dave forced his pregnant wife to sleep outside in a tropical storm being attacked by germ carrying mosquitos, and Sean encountered a cowardly black bear in the mountains. The topic pulled is S & M, which leads to a long talk about gimp suits, domination, being sodomized, leather, 50 Shades of Grey, and the life of homeless islanders. Give it a listen and don't forget your safety word - "banana bread"!
78 minutes | Sep 20, 2015
Dave and Sean nurse major hangovers from the night before when they partied hard, and the topic pulled from the envelope is "fast food", which leads to a long conversation about Starbucks straws, headless chickens, obese children, and of course Donald Trump. Dave recalls his boyhood dream of smoking cigarettes and playing pool after watching Pinnochio, and Sean decides to change his name to MC Gepetto-phile. Give it a listen and tell your teacher all about it!
73 minutes | Sep 5, 2015
Today's topic is magic, familiar to us all as the art of producing a starved animal from an article of clothing when least expected. After discussing magicians and their general lack of interest in everything about magic, the hosts move on to discussing lion hunting, believing in actual magic, and much much more. Also, Dave announces he is going to be a dad, and Sean takes a walk down memory lane as he reflects on being a boy grifter.
71 minutes | Aug 31, 2015
We have officially reached the final topic in the first official Dumb Devil's Advocate topic Envelope. Now it is time to move on to a new one, but who will create it? The show starts off with a couple of friendly Inuits in a segment called "snowcast", but then moves on to discuss envelopes in general, the things they can and can't hold, and who is the scariest of horror movie villains. Later, Sean suggests a unique way to celebrate the Unabomber's legacy.
72 minutes | Aug 9, 2015
This episode's topic is The MPAA - The Motion Picture Association of America. BOORRIING! After talking about how cool Rated R movies used to be, the boys discuss Heath Ledger spitting on Jake Gyllenhaal's rectum in a tent, whether Requiem for a Dream is a good choice to show your kids, and launch into a topical roundtable/one sided rant from Sean about Bruce Jenner and his very public decision to turn into an old woman.
65 minutes | Jul 26, 2015
An evil corporation that operates a shadow army of mindless battle drones... and a great way to buy a blender. Amazon is today's topic pulled from the envelope, which leads to a long thought discussion on technology. Sean is excited to experience virtual reality as a wolf playing his role as part of a larger pack in Yellowstone, and Dave expresses a wish to visit another planet and experience virtual sex with an alien. Later, Dave reflects on his career decision and Sean admits Ted Kazcinsky was probably right about technology and we should all just go live in the woods.
55 minutes | Jul 12, 2015
As the podcast enters its temporary bi-weekly summer schedule, a chilly topic is pulled from the hat.... Canada. Did people come to Winnipeg because they thought they would win a pig? The guys discuss moose, crossing the border, Crown Royal, and many, many other things.
63 minutes | Jun 29, 2015
Bikes... meh. Who loves them, who hates them, and really, who cares!?! The guys discuss a diesel biker named Wolf Leader, how to prevent child abduction, and the general world of bikes and cycling. As we enter the slow period of summer releases, this episode is sure to tantalize... for two weeks. Hopefully.
101 minutes | Jun 6, 2015
Glory Holes and Childhood
Oh, those glorious holes. Have you ever seen a penis pop out of a hole in a bathroom stall? Did you... did you suck it? If so, only a few paltry minutes of this podcast will be for you. The rest of it is about attending shitty schools, going to the principals office, amusing yourself at a bar mitzvah, pissing in drinking fountains, and much, much more. Plus, the guys announce a new release schedule for the podcast, and maybe even a new life style choice, although Dave has a hard time accepting it. Listen in, and don't forget to tell your dad, your friends, and your teacher!
81 minutes | May 31, 2015
Dave and Sean discuss the art of street performers. Are they bums? Are they artists? What does it feel like to be a Zonkey? Are horns fun or obnoxious? Hear a tale about a manipulative talking seal with ill intentions talking to a lonely child on a beach, and stick around after to hear about an effeminate urbanite dog that wears turtle necks and has a graphic design job. Dave and Sean also do an ignorant summation of female singer song writers in the 90s, and talk about how great it is to be grown ups, although they hardly are. All of this and so much more, give it a listen, and don't forget to tell your dad and your teacher to do it too!
80 minutes | May 20, 2015
After recounting their respective Saturday nights out, hung over hosts Dave and Sean unveil yet another new topic themesong, and pull the topic "Bottle Service" from the envelope. Sean paints an eleborate scenario where he dresses up like a girl and lets men sodomize him to get free booze in the VIP, Dave delves into the minds of people who would spend $800 to drink a bottle of Vodka behind a velvet rope, and the hosts come up with a wild conspiracy theory regarding robot humans. Later, the lifestyles of Europeans are compared and contrasted with those of Americans, who are chiefly concerned with spousal bickering and KFC, while the Europeans are drinking mama's stew in the 200 year old family home. This episode is prreeee-tttty bizarre and funny, so sit back and enjoy!
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