Hello and welcome to episode number something of All We Hear is Purple — now with 10 times more deer intestine content! If you think “that might be more deer intestine content than I care for, thanks” well just you wait because we’re here to prove you wrong.
That’s right, prepare to walk away with a renewed appreciation for more this new breed of ready-to-eat colon-less venison. Or, I suppose, if that’s not your thing you can come for the whole “Andrew and Gabey thinking thoughts out loud about Washington” thing. Your call.
Other than the whitetail discussion which takes up 90, 95% of our episode today, we talk:
- John Donovan and Jimmy Lake deciding that having a functional, mathematically-favorable offensive game plan that wants to score points is good, actually
- But how much do we trust them to actually stay committed to this new philosophy of point-scoring?
- How much the performance was talent advantage vs. scheme on offense, and the same question defensively
- Why Cal’s so frustrating to play against if you’re Washington. Besides the fact that they’re cursed against us, obviously...
- 500 year-old defensive lineman Luc Bequette
- Explosive deer colons
Enjoy! (Or don’t, or whatever. Who are we to tell you how to feel?)
At the end I also mention the new show Comedians at Skateparks from good human, bud of mine, adult skateboarder, and PNW comedian Taylor Clark, which was filmed during his most recent tour. The first episode will be available on YouTube September 23rd with his first guest, Mark Normand. (You can also listen to his debut album, “Addictive Tickle,” on... well, like, anywhere music or comedy is streamed.) Carry on!
Do good things, don’t do bad things, and bow down to Washington.