The Crispy Noodle Podcast — Episode 25

Here’s a brief outline of what happened on this jam-packed show that marked our 25th episode of The Crispy Noodle Podcast:

  • Introduction — Rich’s mother thought she broke the internet; Mike has to take a class about film; Rich has an “impressive” resume on The Crispy Noodle Podcast
  • Sports Sampler — The weird quarterback situation the New York Jets find themselves in; Allen Iverson officially announces his retirement from the NBA; A surprising baseball team is now the most profitable franchise in MLB
  • Entertainment Entree — Ben Affleck will be the new Batman in the “Man of Steel” Superman sequel; Kevin Spacey discusses why online streaming content on Netflix has worked so well; Rich presents us “Music Facts That Will Make You Feel Old” from in honor of the VMAs debacle
  • “The Non-Fortune Cookie” Odd News — Elderly man tries to rob bank to go to jail to get free prison healthcare, but judge acquits him on theft charges; Japan restaurant to serve a huge hamburger with 11-inch pizza pies as the buns; Man thought he was snuggling with his girlfriend, but instead it was a fox; Miss Phillippines USA competition yields horrible answer from a pageant contestant
  • “What Have We Learned” and Ending

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Rich Liebig (330 Posts)

Rich first became addicted to radio when he became a DJ on WEXP, La Salle University Radio, co-hosting the afternoon talk program "The Rich & Dubie Show." During his last year at college, he became Intern Pitchuation for the "Preston & Steve" morning show on 93.3 WMMR. Today, he continues to work at WMMR as part of their Promotions Team. With "The Crispy Noodle Podcast," Rich wants to provide the most entertainment and obscure movie quotes that he can jam-pack into a 2-hour podcast. He enjoys researching odd news, following Philadelphia sports teams, eating well-made coleslaw, and trying to hit a tiny golf ball as straight as possible.

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