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6 Bs and a P: Season 2, Episode 6:
The Browns win again! And in normal Cleveland sports fashion, a 3-2 record calls for a good old fashioned crash back to reality as Brian Hoyer goes down for the year to be replaced by Willis McGahee’s nephew Brandon Weeden. Brian, Ian, and Kris discuss the win, what losing Hoyer means for the Browns season, Lexxi Silver’s Twitter, and are even joined by a special guest in the second half of the show (hint: he sings “meeeeee, meeeeee, i can throw”). Plus, in the Tweet of the Week you will find out why Jason Pinkston is being held back from playing Blackjack. This episode is also not safe for work or children, but is not as bad as the last one. GO BROWNS!
Browns win! Lucy is more excited than she lets on.
6 B’s and a P: Season 2, Episode 5 (Week 4):
The Browns win again! The unfamiliar territory of success causes this podcast to have one of it’s most Not Safe For Work episodes ever, blamed squarely on not being used to pride and Bernie Kosar’s porno daughter. Sorry kids, don’t listen to this one. Honestly, kids really shouldn’t listen. Anyway… the Browns win again beating the Cincinnati Bengals 17-6 and improving to 2 and 2 on the season and a tie for first (oh my god) place in the AFC North with the Bengals and that other team of terrible people who used to be the Browns. Even more importantly that means the Pittsburgh Steelers are in last place with and 0-4 record on the year. We celebrate by talking about all kinds of stuff including the newest Cleveland Brown and winner of greatest name ever Foshwitt “Fozzy” Whittaker, this week’s photo features Lucy, Brian and Sherri’s Bassett Hound. GO BROWNS!
6 B & a P co-host Ian Wolfe meets Captain Cleveland in Minnesota and the Browns won!
6 Bs and a P: Season 2, Episode 4:
THE BROWNS WIN! WOW! Despite a crazy week that involved a huge trade of arguably the Browns most exciting player, the team actually wins! Led by 3rd string Quarterback Brian Hoyer the Browns went into Minnesota and defeated the Vikings right in front of our co-host Ian (he went to the game). Brian missed the game because he was buying a used car from a guy named Mort but caught the end on the radio. Kris Poland, Ian Wolfe, and Brian Wiebe all join our host for commentary, analysis, and even a visit from Browns owner Jimmy Haslem and GM Michael Lombardi. GO BROWNS!
This week was familiar. A podcast recorded after a loss to the Ravens (for the 12th straight time) that pushes the Browns to 0-2 on the year. We recorded on Monday night and then on Wednesday the Browns made two shocking moves: first they announced our 3rd string Quarterback, Brian Hoyer will start this Sunday making him the 19th QB to start for the Browns since 1999 and then traded their best player Trent Richardson for a draft pick. It’s a rough day to be a Browns fan. Brian recorded a last minute intro and added it on before the episode we recorded on Monday. Enjoy a look back in time before these two terrible things happened. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
Well… that didn’t take long. The excitement that built to the kickoff of the Cleveland Browns 2013 season opener against the Miami Dolphins quickly came to an end as the Browns lost behind a dismal performance from our 75 year old Quarterback and baseball minor leaguer Brandon Weeden. Brian and company (Ian and Kris return and Sherri joins in this week too) try to remain positive by discussing such topics as the rice Ian is eating, Jordan Cameron, and whether the Browns deserve their fanbase. Comment below on this week’s (final) audience trivia question and make sure to check us out on Twitter and Facebook. Go Browns?