Drew and Marc play an old WRIF Cliff Notes Theater of “Brian’s Song.” Which doing a little color commentary over it.
Thursday’s Drew and Marc
Checking in to thank all for remembering this awful anniversary! We all believed the show would end when we wanted it to end! we were nunber one in ratings when we got the word. i offered yet another huge cut in pay, was willing to work any shift on any of the 3 stations they own and all i got was “we are going in another direction” over and over like a broken record.
But, thank you for your loyalty and your strong desire for us to be together again. it was a strange day for sure. I know its been a long time since ive been out there again and i appreciate very much your wanting to hear me again. That’s real nice. Just need bit more time.
All of you guys and gals are awesome! Love and biiiiiiiiiitch!!!!!!!!! to all!
Drew and Mike have been together only ONCE in the past year. Mike joined the DrewCast for it’s 10th episode. He never returned.
Greetings, final show preview
The Finial Office, Tribute to Drew and Mike
Larry Wigge Phone Call
Drew Stanton Interview
Drew and Mike Origins
David Spade Interview
Bob Boner Interview
Mike’s Salad Story
Mike’s Bachelor Party
Plane Guy Song
Star Trek Parody
Zug Island Rick
Final goodbyes on the WRIF
Drew tried to convince a woman that he’s BFFs with her brother. She doesn’t buy it, but Drew doesn’t quit. Watch as he gathers more information to try and make his case.
Drew and Mike track down some actual audio of John Edwards talking about his beautiful wife, Elizabeth.
Don’t make Casey Kasem angry…
eBay auction for old Drew and Mike cliff notes CD.
(I’m not affiliated with the auction in anyway).
Mike Wolters makes it official: Mike W. Clark will no longer be an official member of the Detroit Cast. Mike has an open invitation to come back whenever he wants and may do special podcasts here and there.
As far as we are concerned here at DrewandMike.org, we will continue following the Detroit Cast and maintain a full audio archive of the podcast. We love Wolters just like everyone else, we’ll support the Detroit Cast as long as he does it.- Jeff
In 2009 a guy named Russell got in trouble for cranking John Denver at three in the morning. The guys tried to track him down ended up talking to three fairly interesting people.
FOND DU LAC, Wis. (AP) — Police responding to a complaint of loud noise have cited a Fond du Lac man for “rocking out” to the music of John Denver. A police who responded to the man’s apartment last week could hear Denver’s music through the door. The officer pounded on the door but the man didn’t answer. Finally the officer found out the man’s name from a neighbor and called to him, bringing the man to the door.
When asked why he had the music so loud, the man said he was “rocking out.”
The Reporter newspaper in Fond du Lac reported that the 42-year-old was cited for unnecessary loud noise. The ticket could result in a fine of about $210.
The late Denver is known for such hits as “Rocky Mountain High” and “Take Me Home, Country Roads.”
We have five Delbert clips for you to enjoy!
- Download Clip 1 – 1994 – Fleshing Eating Bacteria
- Download Clip 2 – 1994 – Woodstock
- Download Clip 3 – 1996 – After coming to Detroit
- Download Clip 4 – 1997 – Listener Visits Delbert
- Download Clip 5 – 2003 – USA catches Saddam
Do you have more? We are looking to build our collection of Delbert audio for the archive! Upload them for us here!
Thursday’s Drew and Marc
Drew and Mike are repulsed by Larry King and a band of American Idol rejects.
Drew and Mike interview Conner O’Seanery, author of “You Won’t Get Fooled Again: More Than 101 Brilliant Ways to Bust Any Bald-Faced Liar”