During the inaugural episode of 'Look Forward,' the host Jay is joined by Terrence and Rob to discuss what is happening in several midwest states right now financially (an interesting fiscal experiment), Net Neutrality, Keystone pipeline veto, updates on marijuana legalization, a detailed breakdown of who is running for President of the United States, the history/current situation with ISIS, and our weekly segment "This Week in Wackadoo Politics."
Airing of Grievances episode 7, The Pony Remark, in which Jay and Micah discuss what is would be like to be a privileged kid who owns a pony, and the first time we meet some signature characters in the Seinfeld universe.
Airing of Grievances episode 6, The Ex-Girlfriend, in which Jay and Micah discuss dating and their own ex-girlfriends and the unstoppable, but not really charm of Marlene. George and Jerry date the same woman and find out they both like and dislike the same things about her.
Airing of Grievances episode 5, The Stock Tip, in which Jay and Micah discuss buying stocks, get rich quick schemes, the interconnectedness of Seinfeld, and lastly why dry cleaning is a generally a rip off.
Airing of Grievances episode 4, The Robbery in which Jay and Micah discuss Jerry’s apartment getting robbed due to living Elaine and Kramer access to it while he was out of town. Also discussed is bizarre apartment living experiences and wacky neighbors that Micah and Jay have had. Lastly, what do you bring to a house warming party?
Airing of Grievances episode 3, The Stake Out in which Jay and Micah discuss Jerry’s hunt to get laid at all cost, women friends getting between you and your potential next date, and the lengths by which we have gone to get a phone number or meet a woman.
Airing of Grievances episode 2, Male Unbonding, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode and using Seinfeld as the backdrop, discuss their lives, past experiences with asshole New Yorkers and “breaking up” with unwanted to male friend, and how to be a better liar.
Premier episode of Airing of Grievances in which Jay and Micah take a look at each Seinfeld episode break it down and relate it to there past life experiences. Episode one deals with understanding signals from women and sets the stage for the series as a whole. Original air date: July 5, 1989.
Jay, Micah, Jack and in-studio guest, Francisco, return with an all new episode of No Time To Bleed! This time the guys take on the 1987 Arnold classic about a dystopian future (2017) where the most popular television show is a gladiator type program where criminals try to survive in order to be set free. Everything about the movie screams the 1980s and even more so No Time To Bleed material.