I found an old guest in front of a bar and I grabbed him. Blaine is back to make sure I haven't forgotten my roots and that my roots have rejected me. It was an enlightening chat with someone who is tied up. Enjoy!
This week's episode's guest, Andrew (George Awad) was... I'll just say it... nice. I was appalled at his genuine lack of fear or anger at being abducted. It was a real disappointment for me, but maybe you will like it. Please enjoy.
Your Only Option is back! Well okay, it's sort of different now. Things have changed a little. My first guest is Tim (Tim Hearn). He's not thrilled to be here, but it could be worse. He could have called the police. Please enjoy!
We're back!!! Again!!! For Now!!! Hilarious comedian Chesney Goodson joins good ol' Macon Clark and former regular Jason Webb back to the show to convince me to stop doing the show. They might have a point, but I put this one out anyway. Enjoy!
As we take a brief break we say so long to our pal Chase McNeill, who is headed off to La La Land. We talk about all kinds of goodbyes and have a little fun along the way. Check us out on iTunes - Rate - Review - Subscribe - PLEASE!
Just in time for Halloween, Justin Thompson (Doug Loves Movies Podcast, Atlanta comedy phenom) joins me to celebrate the season with stories of fear and loathing. Plus a rousing rendition of the Movie Game and much more. Rate, Review and Subscribe on iTunes!!!
This week we look back with love of our old friend Jon Reid (aka JarE) and remember when his record came out. Since then he's left music and moved to NYC to pursue other dreams. Oh how time passes. Please enjoy this encore episode from back in 2011.
This week Allen Law, Marlene Thompson and George Awad join me to talk about travel. All of the gas station bathroom visits, lost luggage and airline food you can handle. Plus a stupid game! Check it out on iTunes! Rate -> Review -> Subscribe!
Greenville heavyweights Derrick Whaley, Miguel Osornio and Adam Schulte join me to talk about business: what it is, how to get it and how to do it right. Plus a stupid game and very little else. Check it out on iTunes!
This week's Your Only Option goes deep into the nature of existence with old friend Justin Blackburn and new pal Baby George. It is a lot of fun and a moving experience wrapped up in the bosom of Mother Earth. Check it out on iTunes!! Rate, review, subscribe!
Your Only Option is back (finally) after some technical issues with a brand new ep staring rapper Logo (aka Craig Longino) and local phenom Ryan Cox! We talk about music and try not to cry when we think about the Backstreet Boys breaking up. Plus as stupid game! Check us out on iTunes! Rate! Review! Subscribe!
Old friends Tom Scheve and Andrew Cummins join me to talk about the end of the world. First Tom berates me for not having him on the show sooner, but then we eventually get to it. Plus a stupid, stupid, stupid game. Check it out on iTunes and Podbean!
Podcast hosts Cody Hughes and Macon Clark talk about everything but podcasts, but the word is mentioned several times. It was wild, incoherent fun! Plus a stupid game and not much else. Rate - Review - Subscribe on iTunes!
Another classic episode this week with old friend Jason Farr from back in 2011. We talk about stuff that is fairly irrelevant now since it was 5 years ago, but it's still a good use of your time. Enjoy!
Your Only Option is back again with a aurally challenging but fun episode with Minori Hinds and Clifton Hall, Marlene Thompson and Allen Law from Blacklist Improv. We talk about creative slumps and play stupid games. You will be put to the test when you listen to the crackling sounds of my bad audio engineering. If you can tough it out, it's worth it.
YOO is BACK! This week we have first timer Adam Schulte and Old Timer Blaine Perry joining me to talk about stuff we loved when we were kids. As usual it degrades into a lengthy discussion of 90's metal band Faith No More. What else is new? Plus stupid games and other stuff. Czech is out-ch!
Good friends Cary Goff and Minori Hinds join me to talk about meat, Radiohead and labeling types of comics. It's an enlightening talk that cuts close to home (insert written equivalent of collar tug). Check it out!
Another one bites the dust. Jason Webb, stalwart of the Asheville scene leaves us for the big city of Atlanta and I got one more chat about success with him before he moves on to greener pastures. We play a round of the movie game and then we say our goodbyes. That's it folks. Check it out!