The Crispy Noodle Podcast — Episode 309

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

  • Introduction — Mike finished the video game “A Plague Tale” and Rich of course makes Ghost references; Rich is upset that Mr. Costanzo did not follow his own advice at Memorial Day
  • Sports Sampler
    • In Memoriam: Bart Starr & Bill Buckner
    • Rich Previews the 2019 NBA Finals — Warriors VS … the Raptors?!
    • Donovan McNabb says he should be in the Hall of Fame; we debate his Hall of Fame case
  • Entertainment Entree
    • Ohio weatherman rants about how people complain his tornado coverage is ruining the viewing of “The Bachelorette”
    • Mike’s “This Week in Entertainment”
    • Sony announces a PlayStation movie studio — will in-house film studio finally produce a quality video game movie?
    • Rotten Tomatoes to only allow user reviews from accounts with verified Fandango purchases — will this stop inappropriate hating on films?
  • “The Non-Fortune Cookie” Odd News
    • Washington State man shoots self in the testicles AND has drugs hidden up his butt
    • Louisiana Woman performs real-life Supermarket Sweep to steal nearly $800 worth of vodka and toilet paper at Wal-Mart
    • Florida Man claims he stole money from Arby’s because the actual bills were telling him to “set them free”
  • What Have We Learned & Conclusion

Thanks for listening to The Crispy Noodle Podcast!

Rich Liebig (393 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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