Country-ish Episodes

Ep. 72 – Ginger Billy, Johnson & Johnson & Missing Lottery Tickets!

In this episode Jon and Sebastian get together and talk about working with John Schneider on one of his movie sets and how one of Jon’s T-shirts was found and auctioned off at a Goodwill. In “Best Trends” they talk about the pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine out of an abundance of caution. Then it’s time for another round of “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” as callers try to guess the amount of one episode of EASTBOUND AND DOWN on HBO. Next up it’s “Who’s Zoomin Who” as Ginger Billy joins the show to talk about becoming a social media star. And finally in “Small Town News” Jon and Sebastian go down a rabbit hole when they talk about a Tennessee man who finds his lost $1 million lottery ticket in a parking lot, but is he the same guy who was pardoned by Donald Trump for war crimes? This episode

Ep. 71 – Jon Joins the BTS Army, Comedian Tim Gaither, and Don’t Worry, Be Happy!

Comedian/Actor Jon Reep and Marcus Stamos talk about Jon’s recent trip to SC and an encounter with some very angry geese.  In “Best Trends” we learn about the BTS Army with Jon and Marcus making their own BTS “selfies” and then discuss “Kong vs. Godzilla”.  Plus, Jon debuts the music video for his bluegrass version of “Don’t Worry, Be Happy!”.  Jon then welcomes comedian Tim Gaither to chat over Zoom about Tim’s early days in comedy and his promising wrestling career.  In “Small Town News” a deer comes flying into the windshield of a school bus while never waking up the student in the seat where he lands.  And in “Goodwill Hunting”, Jon gives Marcus a gift to help clean his nasty microwave.  This episode will have you humming “Don’t Worry, Be Happy!”

Ep. 70 – Easter Games, “Satan Shoes”, and Comedian Aaron Weber

In this episode Sebastian and Jon want to know how many Marshmallow Peeps Intern Isiah can stuff in his mouth, Jon’s mom calls in with story about his dad and rabbit poop, and in “Best Trends” they discuss Lil Nas X and his release of “Satan Shoes”. After that they open the phone lines and play “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?”, with this week’s check coming from HBO’s Eastbound and Down. Next it’s “Who’s Zooming Who” as comedian Aaron Weber joins the show to talk about his new comedy special. Then, in “Small Town News”, a Georgia man receives his final paycheck of $915 in pennies covered in oil along with a note thats says “F**k You”. And finally the whole gang plays some Easter Trivia where the loser has to smash an egg on their head. This episode will leave you with egg on your face!

Ep. 69 – Mukbanging with Chelcie Lynn and Shrimp Tails in the Cereal!

Jon and Marcus Stamos talk about the latest trends, including National Puppy Day, National AG Day, and the guy who found shrimp tails in his Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal.  The phone lines open and it’s time for another round of “How Much is that Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?”  Then, they welcome Chelcie Lynn (a.k.a “Trailer Trash Tammy”) to the show to talk about her YouTube success and mukbanging.  Then, Jon figures “Hell, I could do that…” so he and his Mimosa (Mom) try out the mukbanging thing themselves with a trip to Bojangles.  And finally, there’s some birthday wishes for Jon in a special “Goodwill Hunting”.

Ep. 68 – Jamie Kennedy, St. Patrick’s Day, Residual Checks & Dank Gummies

In this episode the whole gang is here to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day! Jon, Sebastian, and Stamos get together and play the Secret Word Drinking Game and chug a couple of Irish Car Bombs. Then they talk about what’s trending, including Bill Burr at the Grammys and the WWE celebrating Stone Cold Steve Austin Week. Then they take listener phone calls and play another round of “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” Next up, it’s time for “Who’s Zoomin’ Who?” as comedian/actor Jamie Kennedy joins the show to talk about his new movie “Last Call”. And finally, in “Small Town News” a Florida man pulls out his “Dank Gummies” and “Medicated Nerds Rope” when police simply ask for his ID. This show is like a dank lucky charm dipped in Jameson!

Ep. 67 – Wynonna Judd, The Naked Cowboy, Cocaine Bears & Misogynist Burger Kings!

In this episode Jon & Stamos talk about the “Best Trends” on Twitter, including how Burger King in the UK is saying “women belong in the kitchen”, the Cocaine Bear, and and 82-year-old birthday for Betty.  Then, in “Small Town News”, New York City Performer ‘The Naked Cowboy’ gets arrested in Florida for panhandling and he zooms into the show talk about it. Up next it’s “Who’s Zoomin Who” as Wynona Judd joins the show to talk about her new music, life as a farmer and her new line of CBD oil. And finally it’s time for another edition of “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” where Jon & Stamos take listener phone calls as they try to guess the amount of the check for one episode of HBO’s “Eastbound & Down”. This episode will have you singing “Why Not Me?” in your underwear!

Ep. 66 – Don Most (aka Ralph Malph), Dr. Seuss & Illegal Bologna

In this episode Sebastian & Jon talk about recent gigs in Memphis & Fort Worth and the number one trending topic on Twitter: Dr. Seuss books no longer being published. Then they open the phone lines and take calls in another installment of ”How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” Next it’s “Who’s Zoomin Who”, as Donny Most (aka Ralph Malph) joins the show to talk about his time on “Happy Days”, his music, his appearance on “Family Guy”, and ginger problems. And finally it’s time for “Small Town News” where a man gets busted trying to smuggle 194 pounds of Mexican bologna into the United States. This episode will give you a happy chub.

Ep. 65 – Bill Engvall, Drive-Thru Alligators, and Who Wants to Date Intern Isaiah?

Jon and Marcus Stamos talk about their recent trip to a cabin in Bryson City, Tiger Woods’ car crash, and the Netflix show “Country Comfort”.  Then, Jon sets up a new dating game featuring our very own Intern Isaiah.  Who wants to go on an all-expense paid date with this lovely young man?  Comedian Bill Engvall joins the show to talk about his life as a stand-up comedian and how he came up with his most famous bit.  Then it’s time for “Small Town News”, where Jon shares the story of a guy that threw an alligator into a Wendy’s drive-thru window.  And finally, it’s “Goodwill Hunting” where Jon and Marcus exchange gifts they got each other at the local Goodwill.  Love is in the air in this latest episode!

Ep. 64 – William Lee Martin, Snow Horror Stories & The Wedding Ring Thief!

In this episode Jon and Sebastian get together and talk about a lady who puked at Jon’s show in Columbus and the recent Snowpocalypse going on in the South. Comedian Brent Blakeney zooms in to talk about his road trip in the freezing rain and sleet and Jon shares stories about his childhood snowball fights and making a snow penis and snow toilet. Then in “Who’s Zooming Who”, as comedian William Lee Martin joins the show from frozen Fort Worth, Texas to talk about his comedy career and charity. And finally in “Small Town News” a Florida man stole an engagement ring and wedding band from one girlfriend and used them to propose to another girlfriend. This episode is colder than a polar bear’s toenail!

Ep. 63 – Nick Thune, Super Bowl Streakers, Childhood Memes & Cat Filters

In this episode Jon & Stamos talk about Super Bowl LV, including Tom Brady, the “non-streaker”, some of the commercials and the half-time show. Then it’s time for the “Meme Me / Caption This” contest where listeners and viewers were given the change to make a meme off of one of Jon’s childhood photos.  Who left the best comment on an old picture of Jon in the back of the truck? Next up it’s “Who’s Zooming Who” as comedian/actor Nick Thune joins the show to talk about his new movie “The Right One”. After that in “Small Town News” a lawyer gets stuck in “Cat Filter Mode” during a Zoom trial meeting. And finally watch Jon and Marc unbox gifts they bought each other from a local Goodwill for the “Goodwill Hunting” segment. This episode is meow the GOAT in podcasting.

Ep. 62 – John Schneider, Groundhogs, Screech, Jane the Virgin & Grizzly Bears

In this episode Jon & Sebastian get together and talk about Groundhog Day, the sudden passing of Dustin Diamond, and Jon’s horrible experience trying to get to Omaha. Then they open the phone lines and play another round of “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” The residual check this week is from Jon’s time on the show “Jane the Virgin”. Who won the check? After that it’s time for “Who’s Zoomin Who” as JOHN SCHNEIDER joins the show to talk about his latest movie “Stand On It”, his new music and his CBoD oil. And finally it’s time for “Small Town News” as a Grizzly bear chased a skier down a mountain while one horrified onlooker captured the video from a ski lift. This episode is just a little bit more than the law will allow!

Ep. 61 – Donnie Baker, Naked Fugitives and $902.30 checks!

In this episode Jon & Stamos talk about Marc’s new glasses… are they real or just for looks? Then why is Budweiser not running an ad in the Super Bowl?  Who are the boys rooting for in the Super Bowl… the Bucs or the Chiefs?  After that they take listener phone calls and play another round of “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” How big a check did Jon give away for his appearance in one episode of “One Mississippi?” Next it’s time for “Who’s Zoomin Who” as comedian Donnie Baker joins the show to discuss his origin story. Then in “Small Town News” a naked fugitive was rescued from a crocodile-infested mangrove by two fishermen. And finally it’s “Goodwill Hunting” when the boys unbox some cheap $5 gifts from a Goodwill. This episode is the most expensive one so far!

Ep. 60 – Doug Benson, Exploding Vagina Candles & Extremely Honest Chinese Menus

In this episode Sebastian and Jon get together and talk about recent shows at the Liberty Township Funny Bone where we learned Sebastian has a huge fan. Are you team Sebastian or Team Stamos?  Jon talks about eating tacos for three days straight. Ever eat a kangaroo taco? Then news about Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘This Smells Like My Vagina’ Candle Exploding in a woman’s living room. Then they take listener phone calls and play another round of “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” Next up it’s “Who’s Zoomin Who” as comedian Doug Benson joins the show to talk about sweating on stage.  And finally in “Small Town News” a Chinese restaurant goes viral for an ‘extremely honest’ menu and Jon calls a local Chinese restaurant to get schooled in spicy Sha Cha Chicken. This episode is 100 percent THAT good!

Ep. 59 – NWO’s Eric Bischoff on Hulk Hogan and Ninja Star Wars

In this episode, Jon & Stamos talk about people storming the capitol building read some new Apple Podcast reviews, and discuss another scammer’s email that was sent to Elliot the Intern. Then they take listener phone calls and play another round of “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” Next up it’s “Who’s Zoomin’ Who” as professional wrestling legend and founder of the NWO Eric Bischoff joins the show to discuss the Ninja Star Wars game and how he got Hulk Hogan to sign up with WCW. Then it’s time for “Small Town News” wherein Alabama a 9-year-old boy saved his sister during a carjacking. And finally, they end the show with another exciting unboxing edition of “Goodwill Hunting”! This episode will get you all jacked up!

Ep. 58 – New Year’s in Nashville with Dusty Slay… and Squirrels Attack!

Jon talks about his recent New Year’s Eve performance in Nashville while Sebastian explains how he has been approached by a long-lost, and little-known, relative about an inheritance he’s about to receive! There’s another round of “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” with someone coming awfully close to winning… but do they get the check? Dusty Slay then zooms in to talk about the Nashville performance and bad experiences at the dentist. And in “Small Town News”, aggressive squirrels in Queens are attacking people. This episode’s worth about $9.2 million dollars, all thanks to the deceased Mr. Geo Setzer.

Ep. 57 – The Best of 2020, Hillbilly Elegy and “The World’s Unluckiest Man”!

In this episode Jon & Stamos get together and talk about the movie HILLBILLY ELEGY and follow-up with a new email from Natalia, Jon’s Pen Pal from Russia. Then Jon introduces us to Roy Reep, “The World’s Unluckiest Man”. After that they reveal some of their favorite moments of 2020 from the show. What was the Most Downloaded Interview? The Hardest a Guest has Laughed? The Most Awkward Moment? And the Hardest Jon has Laughed on the Show? Next, it’s a “Small Town News” follow-up as Cindy Applebaum zooms in to update us on her “Ministry of Silly Walks”. Then we reveal our favorite “Small Town News” story of 2020 about the woman who bit the balls of a camel in order to save her deaf dog’s life at a truck stop. After that, it’s time for “Goodwill Hunting” as Marc reads from a journal he found at a Goodwill then we reveal our favorite segment from 2020 that involves a therapy cat.  And finally

Ep. 56 – The Merry-ish Country-ish Christmas Edition

In this episode of Country-ish the whole gang gets together to celebrate Christmas. They show us some clips from their live show at MVP in Hickory, then take listener phone calls to talk about everyone’s worst Christmas memories. Then in, “Small Town News” a Florida woman finds a raccoon up her Christmas tree. And finally, the whole crew plays the Dirty Santa game. This episode will give you cheer and make your Holly extra Jolly.

Ep. 55 – Sir Purr, Perry Richardson, and 9 lb Goldfish

In this episode Sebastian and Jon discuss Jon’s ugly Christmas sweater, open a box from comedian James Gregory and talk about the upcoming Reep’s Peeps Comedy cruise. Then they take listener phone calls and play another round of “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?”After that the original mascot of the Carolina Panthers,Tommy Donovan aka “Sir Purr”, zooms in to relive the time Jon got kicked out of a Panthers game for dancing in the endzone. Next up it’s “Who’s Zoomin’ Who” as Perry Richardson, guitarist for both Stryper and Firehouse, joins the show to discuss life during the pandemic. And finally, in “Small Town News” a freakishly large goldfish was found in a South Carolina lake. This episode might give you a camel toe in your butt crack.

Ep. 54 – Movie Producer Todd Garner, Kevin James, & NASCAR

In this episode Jon and Stamos talk about their gig at MVP. Why did Jodie sing? How did Scott bust his head open? Then they talk about how breakdancing is now an olympic sport and “Toobin” the video game. Next up, they take listeners phones calls and play another round of “How Much Is That Screen Actors Guild Residual Check?” After that, Jon shares a little clip from the “Heffron and Reep” Show. Then, Marc and Jon pull out their high school yearbooks and call people at random in “Member Me?” Next, it’s “Who’s Zooming Who” as Hollywood Producer Todd Garner joins the show to talk about residual checks and working with Kevin James and NASCAR. And finally, Jon and Marc Hunt unbox 5 dollar gifts from Goodwill in “Goodwill Hunting”. This episode is 3 times the charm and totally worth it.

Ep. 53 – Gerry Dee, The Worst Cook in America, & Puppy Eatin’ Gators

In this episode Jon and Sebastian read a letter from long-lost Russian Pen Pal Natalie, who has been found actually responded with a picture!  She fills us in on what’s been going on for the last 30 years. Then, they take listener phone calls and play another round of “How Much Is That Screen Actor Guilds Residual Check?” Next, it’s “Who’s Zoomin Who” with Ari Robinson who was named one of “The Worst Cooks in America” who talks about her experience on the Food Network. After that, comedian actor from Canada, Gerry Dee, zooms in to talk about his show coming to Amazon Prime and relive old times from Last Comic Standing. Next up, it’s “Small Town News” where we get an update on the Florida man who saved his puppy from an alligator’s jaws. And finally we open the box someone sent as a Christmas gift to the Country-ish