Ward and Derek get together to talk about health, fitness, tech, gaming, Zooey D's bangs and awkward social norms.
Ward and Derek welcome Adam Sullivan
Cameron and his dad sit down for his very first episode of Hangin' 10.
Asher Cody Erickson joins Ward and Derek this show. He was a guest as Cody during Basement Boyz's first run of episodes for 8 episodes and was instrumental in many ways to the show existing now in it's current form. Lots to talk about this show and we don't even hit the tip with this one.
Ward and Derek welcome Rick Huddleston. This episode we talk about television, the evolution of gaming, Rick's beard's birthday, and of course the history of our friendships.
Ward and Derek welcome special guest and old Basement Boyz alum Andrew. The three get together and talk about Ward's upcoming 10K race, Derek and Andrew's pigskin pick'em, recycling, and the possibility of breathing life into old Basement Boyz shirt inventory via Goodwill. Among other things, the cost of vanilla and the do's and don'ts of boxes at Costco, as well as, and of course, some Basment Boyz history.
Ward and Derek welcome special guest and local business owner Myndie Vanhorn to discuss her business as well as all our our interwoven history with one another that dates back nearly 20 years. There is laughter as well as some touching moments in this episode. Myndie will be a return guest on the show! Thanks for listening!
Ward and Derek are back after two weeks off, but you , the listener have not missed a beat. With New York behind them, Derek talks about his most recent stand up comedy outing and Ward and Derek briefly close the ending of the show with a health update.
In this episode Ward and Derek give an update on their Fitbit and general fitness endeavors. Derek also talks about his brief foray into the comic book store business. Ward and Derek also discuss their relationships with lofty ambition and how their reality based view on life keeps them planted in reality with just enough room to have hobbies. Ward shares with Derek an excerpt from John Travolta's "Life on the Line." They further delve into the careers of their Actor Rushmore, which believe it or not, is the same for both. It's what we do.
Edwardo and Derek are here with Nathan and they talk about the chance encounters that led them to doing a podcast for over two years together. The guys quickly find themselves in comfortable territory in this episode. They pick up right where they left off seven years prior. Good laughs are had by all. This is the final episode that goes over the history of the old Basement Boyz Podcast.