Episode 20: Richie Redding

November 22, 2016
We talk to our friend, comedian Richie Redding. How do you stay sober on a tour bus with Katt Williams? Don't breathe! We talk to Richie about hitting meetings on the road, and the meeting that he and Owen used to go to. 
Follow Richie on twitter @richieredding

Episode 19: Laura Silverman - Sobriety Collective

November 9, 2016
Laura Silverman is the founder of the Sobriety Collective a blog and sober resource hub that links to other cool blogs and podcasts. Laura's sobriety started with an Intensive Outpatient Program where she was introduced to AA. After a couple of years in the program she diverged and sought a different path. Sober nine years she only goes back to AA once a year to get her coin. 

Episode 18: Rich Vos

October 28, 2016

Comedian Rich Vos is an absolute riot, on and off the stage. He can be seen on HBO, Showtime, Starz, Jimmy Kimmel and Comedy Central where he has two specials. Vos could be heard regularly on Opie and Jimmy and has his own show on Sirius XM with his wife Bonnie McFarlane, My Wife Hates Me. 
Sober somewhere around the 30 year mark, Vos is a big believer in meetings... And Nicorette, lots and lots of Nicorette.   


Episode 17: Dan Soder

October 2, 2016
Dan Soder is a hilarious stand up comedian. He has a Comedy Central half hour, an hour, a regular show on SiriusXM, The Bonfire and is a recurring character on Billions, on Showtime. 
All of this despite some awful tragedies when he was growing up. Dan's dad died from Cirrhosis of the Liver, like his father before him and his father before him. Despite dire warnings from his family, Dan battled his own addiction with alcohol before giving it up completely. 

Episode 16: Feeling The Johnson

September 15, 2016

Owen is "Feeling The Johnson" and is planning to vote for the Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson, for the President of the United States. We talk about his plan to decriminalize drugs and how decriminalization has worked for Portugal since they implemented it 15 years ago.

Here are the links for videos and articles we discussed this episode:


Episode 15: Stoicism

August 31, 2016

This episode we talk to Donald Robertson, a cognitive-behavioral therapist, and the author of Stoicism & The Art of Happiness
Donald discusses some of the fundamentals of stoicism with John and Owen as they relate some of the principals and practices to recovery, battling compulsive behaviors and spiritual maintenance. 
Donald is one of the founders of Stoic Week, a free international online event at www.modernstoicism.com. A seven day course that guides people through meditations and psychological exercises that will help them live like a stoic. Stoic Week takes place Oct 17th-23rd
For more information click here.

Episode 14: Uncle Buck, Jake the Snake, and Grace

August 23, 2016
Owen reflects on passing of a beloved Uncle which leads to a discussion on mental health issues in recovery. Also the fellas give their take on the documentary “Resurrection” which covers former WWE superstar Jake the Snake's road to recovery. Finally comedian, family man, and indoor weed farmer Anthony Quinn joins the conversation and attempts to discuss grace and humility. Check out Anthony’s podcast “Its All Good” on Soundcloud. 

Episode 13: Kareem Green

August 5, 2016

Comedian Kareem Green talks about relapsing, just getting sober again and how Katy Perry songs are his spiritual guide. 

Are Stand Up comedians more depressed than the general population, or does the life of stand up comedians make them more susceptible to depression and addiction?

Episode 12: Ten Years Sober

July 27, 2016
John celebrates, or rather doesn't celebrate having ten years clean and sober. Owen talks about wetting the bed. But first, Kelsey Grammar's decision to step off the wagon. 

Kelsey Grammar Now Drinks 'Every Day' After Quitting AA:


Episode 11: Neuroplasticity

July 7, 2016
Episode 11: Owen and John discuss neuroplasticity and how it relates to recovery from alcoholism and addiction. Neuroplasticity is the brain's ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life. They also revisit the fact that they're morons. 
Articles referenced during the show:
7 Ways To Improve Your Life in Long-Term Addiction Recovery - by Constance Scharff Ph.D
Neuroplasticity and Addiction Recovery - by Constance Scharff Ph.D