August 28, 2020 3 p.m.
TBD with Tony Smith and Bryan Dee for one last time. The boys talk about hype songs, age meanings, the NBA's decision, Packers with Jason Wilde, going back to being vegan, and then ultimately crying on air.
August 27, 2020 3 p.m.
Tony and Bryan spend the first hour of the show reacting to the sports strike that happened starting with Wednesday's Bucks game. They talk about how we reached this point as a society, discuss what they hope to see change, and hear from those who are close to the Bucks and Brewers. In hour 2 they talk about Brian Urlacher, lighten things up with a debate about Culver's or McDonald's, relive T's greatest baseball comments, and learn about a previously unheard of NBA team during "Who Said That?"
August 26, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony open the show talking about sports jinxes, discuss the possible second round match-up between the Bucks-Heat, check in with Jason Wilde, and talk about the last time the Bucks played at their peak. In hour 2, they talk about large humans, play "Fact or Fiction", talk about their takeaways from Round 1 of the NBA Playoffs, and wrap things up talking about alcoholic beverages.
August 25, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony open the show with reaction to George Hill's appearance on The Power Lunch, discussing why George Hill and other NBA players are making such strong comments in the wake of the Jacob Blake shooting, check in with Sophia Minnaert, and talk about brokinis and overalls. In hour 2 they talk about Tony's hole-in-one, are joined by Zora Stephenson, talk about a story they actually don't believe during "Would You Believe This?", and talk about greatest athletic achievements.
August 24, 2020 3 p.m.
Voice of the Packers Wayne Larrivee in for T. Wayne and Bryan talk about the Bucks-Magic Game 4, Wayne explains his happiness for bubble ball, and they chat with Jason Wilde. In hour 2 the guys talk about the Brewers disappointing stretch, discuss beers, play "Fact or Fiction", get some of Wayne's in-depth Packers Camp observations, and wrap up with some commentary on the Bucks Game 4 win and Khris Middleton.
August 21, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony open the show with a taste test of Ashton's homemade vegan cookies, talk about the Bucks Game 2 win by explaining to Tony what happened as he missed the game, check in with Jason Wilde, and talk about the NBA Draft Lottery. In hour 2, they continue talking about the NBA Draft, play "Fact or Fiction", talk about a shocking golf development, and make their weekend picks.
August 20, 2020 3 p.m.
The boys open the show with bad jokes and a ton of breaking news, before talking about the Bucks-Magic Game 2 and what has to change. They also dive into the Mavs-Clippers and Lakers-Blazers series, hear from Boban, and react to Thom Brennamen's "apology". In hour 2 they talk about candy during "This or That", re-visit the #VeganMonth origin, talk with Zora Stephenson, and play "Who Said That?"
August 19, 2020 3 p.m.
The show starts with more reaction to the Bucks loss to the Magic, with Tony trying to explain why it happened and what it means going forward, and talk with Jason Wilde. In hour 2, the guys go through some of the NBA playoff series and discuss what has gotten their attention, play "Fact or Fiction", and talk about no-hitters.
August 18, 2020 3 p.m.
It's a Bucks playoff gameday! The guys spend the show keeping an eye on the Bucks-Magic playoff game, giving real-time reaction to the game as the Magic led the whole way. They also talk about the Fernando Tatis saga, and check in with Sophia Minnaert. In hour 2, Bryan tries to stir up a Packers back-up QB controversy, they talk about recycling during Would You Believe This?, and wrap up with some final thoughts on how the Bucks-Magic game is playing out.
August 17, 2020 3 p.m.
Bryan and Tony open the show with recaps about Ashton/BD getting haircuts, talk about the first padded practices and AJ Dillon's legs, check in with Jason Wilde, and talk about AJ Dillon in the Packers offense. In hour 2 they look back at their NBA bold predictions, play "Fact or Fiction", get the scoop on Tony's Magic-Bucks take, and talk about the latest NCAA statement.