The Crispy Noodle Podcast — Episode 326


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

  • Introduction — Mike finished the video game “Control”; Rich will be a judge at a Battle of the Bands concert
  • Sports Sampler
    • 2-Minute Drill: Antonio Brown files 9 grievances with the NFLPA to try to get back his money
    • Eagles somehow win at Lambeau Field to save the season at 2-2
    • Our Fantastic Four Picks for Week 5
    • The 2019 Philadelphia Phillies season ends at exactly 81-81 and no postseason
  • Entertainment Entree
    • Terrence Howard is back again to talk about carbon molecules and music?
    • Mike’s “This Week in Entertainment”
    • Sony Special — We react to The Last of Us II announcement; Disney reaches deal to share Spider-Man with Sony
  • “The Non-Fortune Cookie” Odd News
    • Oregon woman puts meth inside her bean dip for her coworkers
    • Miami Dolphins beer vendor charges fan $724 on two beers to his personal bank account
    • Florida woman tells cops she has a special “Felony Purse” for her drugs
    • Florida man keeps flashing random women in shops, says “he just an asshole, what more can I say?”
  • What Have We Learned & Conclusion

Thanks for listening to The Crispy Noodle Podcast!

Rich Liebig (361 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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