The Crispy Noodle Podcast — Episode 26

Here’s what happened on this episode of The Crispy Noodle Podcast:

  • Introduction — Labor Day Recap
  • Sports Sampler — Dennis Rodman returns to North Korea to see Kim Jong-un; Slate Magazine says they will not use the word “Redskins” when naming Washington’s football team; 2013-14 NFL Season Preview; Rich and Mike’s Fantastic Four Picks for Week 1; Chase Utley finally answers Mac’s fan letter to him from “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”
  • Entertainment Entree — Stone Temple Pilots legally pay off Scott Weiland out of the band; Rich’s recap of the “Made In America Festival” in Philadelphia; Will there be a possible “TimeSplitters 4” sequel in the works?
  • Rich’s Side Dish — “Uncomfortable Plot Summaries” to famous movies, presented by
  • “The Non-Fortune Cookie” Odd News — Woman goes on insane rampage when she learns her local McDonald’s ran out of Chicken McNuggets; London building reflects light so bad it causes fires and melts cars; Female student posts on Twitter after she got arrested with a .341 BAC level; Rich finds even more people who put odd things in weird places in their bodies
  • What Have We Learned & Conclusion — New music to end the show

Thanks for listening to The Crispy Noodle Podcast!

Rich Liebig (325 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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