Episode 3

May 01, 2018


Troubled Men #3 F You, Pay Me

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Manny Chevrolet René Coman
Troubled Men #3 F You, Pay Me
Troubled Men Podcast
Troubled Men #3 F You, Pay Me

Show Notes

The Troubled Men have made it through Mardi Gras alive. They're back in the Ring Room for a recap. They discuss binge watching TV, the Draino challenge, carnival gun play, the Olympics, escaping the Spanish Mafia, and the Stones. Manny tells a Hollywood story about Tony Curtis. You won't see this one coming.

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