Things start out normal enough, with some shit talk and the like. Lahey introduces a new segment – the “Joke of the Day,” and Randy updates us on the effectiveness of his cheeseburger patch. They play a record of backwards music, and discuss the dangers of solar flares.
But then, something as innocent as a Randy’s Kitchen segment becomes a shit storm of epic proportions. As Randy prepares to show the SwearNet audience how to make cheeseburger calzones, he quickly learns a bitter, pissy lesson about over-stepping his boundaries!
Drunky the Fuck Clown and the Cheeseburger Locker are back for a new season of The Jim Lahey Show and Randy, only on SwearNet.com!
On the first episode of the new season, we get a look at the updated set, including a much larger space for Randy’s Kitchen (though maybe he may have encroached on someone else’s territory). Speaking of Randy and burgers, he’s sporting a Cheeseburger Patch to help curb his cravings and keep him on track to trim down for 2017.
They invite the “greatest guest they’ve ever had” – some guy named Greg that Lahey met at the laundromat. Greg wows Lahey and Randy with his passion for yo-yos and marijuana-related web domains.
It was a New Year’s celebration so fucking epic and liquor-soaked that Lahey and Randy are only just recovering now (Lahey had a brunch of liquorball sandwiches that seem to clear the fog).
Now you can listen FOR FUCKING FREE to the audio version of the New Year’s Eve shit-show on iTunes and Libsyn.
This episode features a pledge from Randy to eat more beef and bacon but to cut down on the size of his burger guns — high protein and low carbs. It also features the return of Marguerite, who is fucking pissed because a certain drunk-as-fuck trailer park supervisor failed to follow through on a promise he made to Marguerite when she joined the Christmas episode of the Lahey and Randy show.
But the fuckin fun don’t stop there – even more guests join the show! A Halifax radio host returns with a fierce passion, and the office dicks at SwearNet find themselves dragged in front of the camera by Lahey for a liquored sing-along!
Randy reflects on 2016 and makes some resolutions for the new year — more burger, less bun! Speaking of burgers, Randy’s Kitchen features the “New Year’s Burger” made up of holiday leftovers, with plenty of vegetables (onion rings).
Plus: a range of guests stop by – Marguerite (and she’s PISSED), Bobby Mac (and he’s FIRED UP), and the whole fucking SwearNet crew sing a few holiday tunes.
Mr. Lahey is in high spirits for the Jim Lahey Show and Randy Christmas special! He won some cash on the VLTs and is buying everyone in Sunnyvale a gift, even the shit weasels! He also presents the recipe which got him nominated for a Nobel Peace prize, the “Fruitcake Liquorball Sandwich.”
Not to be outdone, on Randy’s Kitchen, Randers puts together Christmas Burgers, and gives Lahey the gift of liquor.
PLUS: A special guest from the park joins the celebrations!
Randy and Lahey are looking for new ideas to help the citizens of Sunnyvale reach their true potential, and they’re inviting any and all great ideas to test their viability on the Shart Tank. Good-looking dude Rhys Bevan-John has an idea of Shakespearean proportions!
Will he succeed? Will Randy ring the Burger of Acceptance? Or will the shit current drag Rhys away? FIND OUT ON THE SHART TANK!
Calling all visionaries and entrepreneurs – The Jim Lahey Show and Randy wants YOUR ideas on THE SHART TANK!
You can now listen to the audio version for free on iTunes and Libsyn – and what a show we have for you this week. Lahey and Randy welcome author/sailor/musician/smuggler Tom Gallant to the Shart Tank to discuss his big idea for improving the lives of the residents of Sunnyvale.
What’s his big idea? Will Randy and Lahey accept it? Why the fuck is Randy wearing a tie? All these questions, and more, are answered on The Jim Lahey Show and Randy!
The Halloween episode of The Jim Lahey Show andRandy is now available forfree download on iTunes and Libsyn!
Randy is pumped for Halloween, and he even has a special spooky burger ready for Randy’s Kitchen. But for Mr. Lahey, the specter of Halloween 1977 is too much for him to handle and the LIQUOR takes over.