This week on the show that gets it to go, it’s a very special episode as a wide array of guests stop in to answer one question: Where were you last night? Writers, podcasters, artists and fans share their perspectives on The Shot — Kawhi Leonard’s Game 7 buzzer beater to keep the Raptors’ playoff hopes alive. Already an iconic highlight in both NBA and Toronto sports history, we break it all down with an examination of the moment. An oral history of The Shot.
This week on the show that's back from the dead, Justin lays out his vision of the future of the show and hopes that you'll stick around to see it through with him. The show comes back in earnest next week, but in the meantime, there's already an example of what an RGS episode with Justin flying solo with guest sounds like. Chances are, you just haven't heard it…
This week on the show that just says yes to Snoop Dogg, ARKELLS bassist and Blue Jays blogger NICK DIKA joins the Real Good Boys to open some Desert Storm trading cards and discuss Jose Bautista's return to the Jays, and 311's tasty slap-bass licks.
The charismatic frontman of Arkells, Max Kerman visits Real Good Show to dish on his NBA All-Star Celebrity write-in campaign, the Raps' illustrious history of awful European white guys, and why he should never be the one to negotiate the fee. Super Bowl preview! John Scott review! And how much crying is allowable. PLUS: It's an episode full of explosive exclusives, as Max teases Arkells' next album, and John and Justin reveal upcoming RGS guests.