This week on the show that has singlehandedly killed the UFC, CHICA bassist and Justin’s Top Marks co-host JOSH CUSTODIO stops by the show to make sense of the latest Jon Jones drug test mess and break down an eventful UFC 232 card that helped the company put a positive exclamation point on what had otherwise been a rocky 2018. PLUS: The search for UFC’s great babyface! Amanda Nunes and the future of women’s MMA! How Conor vs Khabib has become The Prestige! And we’re all enjoying dunking on Darren Rovell, but is there some level of truth to his perspective? Plus the boys dish on their favourite movies of the year.
This week on the show, it's the holiday season which means only one thing to the discerning hockey fan: it's time for the World Juniors! To break it all down, RGS World Juniors expert RYAN LAMBERT makes his fourth annual appearance on the program to talk up the tournament, the Flyers' firing Dave Hakstol, the rise of Carter Hart, and the way NHL teams waste the prime years of their young goalies. PLUS: We name our favourite movies of the year, and Justin goes on an unhinged rant against George Parros and the NHL's Department of Player Safety.
This week on the show, RGS isn’t the only three letter acronym coming back from the dead! We’re talking Vince McMahon’s XFL revival, as Deadspin’s DAVID ROTH joins the show for a discussion on the parallel lives of Donald Trump and Vince McMahon, the driving forces within their deranged rich guy brains, and whether a league brought back to capitalize on a political moment can succeed three years after that moment has passed. PLUS: The Brewers’ improbable playoff run, the Mariners’ ongoing locker room demolition, Crab Rangoon, and things of that nature.
This week, it’s the return. The show is back with brand new material, as CanucksArmy’s JACKSON McDONALD joins Justin to talk the Canucks’ deployment of Nikolay Goldobin, the on-going war over the Russian winger between rabid factions on either side, the maturation of Jake Virtanen, and more. But beyond Canucks talk, they also get into OHL’s hazing controversy, and what it reveals about labour needs and unionization in the CHL — and an article of Jackson’s that was read on the floor of Ontario’s provincial parliament.
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…
It’s the last one. We reminisce about our fondest memories of doing the show. And then it’s over.
This week on the show that needs something to blame after last year, John is away watching the Leafs home opener, so Stefan and Justin fly solo and go heavy on Canucks content right before the 2018/19 NHL season kicks off. And why not when they’ve given us so much to talk about: on banning Fortnite, Bo Horvat’s political machinations, the case for playing skill guys, and Stefan’s #IgnoreTheLottery campaign. PLUS: The Gritty backlash has arrived! Kawhi Leonard’s weird laugh! Predicting the NHL season! And what it would take for us to finally stop cheering for the Canucks.
This week on the show that f***ing was terrible today, the Real Good Boys are back giving the people more of what they want: in-depth food discussions. It’s snacking season, baby! No better way to enjoy the NFL season than with some quality chips and dip. But which chips are best? And John comes out swinging against dip in general. PLUS: Stefan buys the world’s worst bag of chips. And Justin waxes nostalgic about the authentic Mexican cuisine of Blaine, Washington.
This week on the show that needs to negotiate here because we're workin' too, it's a sports-heavy show as there are so many things to dive into this week: Vontae Davis retires from the NFL in the middle of a game, the Vancouver Canucks consider banning video games on the road, and Pierre Dorion stares into the abyss that is the future of the Ottawa Senators. PLUS: Speaking of video games, we go deep on games we expect to see on the PlayStation Classic and N64 Classic.
This week on the show that thinks pressure is millions of parents with no money to buy food for their children, we’re beefin’ ‘bout that beef, baby! Justin returns from Chicago to defend his food choices and go all in on the merits of Italian Beef, raising his fist in solidarity with his Italian Beef brothers held down by a sandwich society that fears what it doesn’t understand. Stefan continues to collect royalties on the sale of Hydro Flasks. PLUS: Earbuds vs Airpods! Super Smash Bros! And we pitch our own Food Network original series.