Monday, May 12, 2014
Well, this is our final episode. We have some awesome guests on including Professor Gary Ritzenthaler, Alumni Joe Varecha, and Former Professor Steve Granelli. We also share our final goodbyes as well as deliver the final Who Said It and the final visit from Sammy S. Smith. Thank you everyone for your support! We all couldn't have done it without you. Get the tissues ready, because here comes the end, for now at least.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
In our second to last episode ever, we go back to where it all began: our freshman year. We have rising country artist and former host of The Ryan Beck Show on WNYO, Ryan Beck, on to make amends over the feud we had with his show and to talk about his new career. Everyone on the show also writes their final "Dear Freshmen" letter to themselves.
Sunday, May 4, 2014
For one final time, we bring back all of our favorite segments from the past four years. You'll hear them all including Tyler's surveys, Rose's news break, Dr. B, Allen's Movie Segment, 4GB Sports Report, Soulja Boy Song of the Week, and more. Our friend Dan Frohm also appears on the show to discuss his role in Young Frankenstein.
It's John's birthday on this episode and because it is, we bring back the porn checks! We also discuss what we would do to her, finally talk about cereal, and mention a certain incident which happened at a local McDonalds. All this and more on this episode of 4GB.
We do our best to not swear at any point during the show. Our online was down while this episode was live, so we have the Tech Director of WNYO Will Smithson come on the show while he is fixing it. We also talk about our relationships with our cleaning ladies and when we first swore, and we also give our first 4GB job update to find out how our job searches are going.
The hosts discuss their pet peeves and their experiences with alcohol since we are all of age. This includes bar stories, favorite drinks, etc. Sammy S. Smith also makes a return.
On this episode, Priest William Blackwater and Rising Country Superstar Tracey Monegan come on the show to promote Monegan's new album. The hosts also play Would You Rather.