Episode 12

June 29, 2018


Troubled Men #12 Panama Flashback

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Manny Chevrolet René Coman
Troubled Men #12 Panama Flashback
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Troubled Men #12 Panama Flashback

Show Notes

While René is out on a Midwestern maneuver with the Iguanas, the Men release a flashback episode to a hungry nation. They cover a music festival in Boquette, Panama, an 8th grade girl's slumber party, booze wasters, New Orleans drivers, Plato's Republic, a machete attack, goat cocaine, broken men, an Uptown ass grabber, the John Sinclair Rule, a jungle mishap, and much more.

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