On the latest episode the Bros talk with good friend Nick Heinz who is a racing engineer for the famous Andretti Racing Team of the IndyCar circuit. Nick was part of Alexander Rossi's team who won the 2016 and 100th racing of the Indy 500. Nick shares his stories of how he became a racing engineer (11:00), drunken tales on the road (13:15), favorite cities to go to (15:05), picking up chicks (17:00), and his role on the team and what is was like winning the Indy 500 (19:45). The Bros also get personal with Nick (35:00) as he answers the really tough questions. The show wraps up (43:30) with discussion and segments on "Bachelor Update," "Wedding Talk," "NBA All-Star Weekend Wrap-Up," "Boogie Cousins Trade," and "Bro of the Week." They also apologize for running out of time to talk with Ryan Reynolds. Enjoy!
The Bros welcome Fox News Channel Meteorologist Adam Klotz for a candid conversation about life. The three reminisce about their time at Ball State University (11:20-14:35), Adam's weatherman journey from Lima, OH to Fox New Channel in NYC (15:10-22:25), Adam's best and worst moments on air (22:28-31:15), his time in Atlanta (33:45-37:23), what he would say when he gives college commencement speech (37:35-39:40), and the three give out their life lessons (39:45-45:15). They close out the interview getting personal with Adam (45:30-55:05) and asking him the real tough questions. Post interview, the Bros finish with segments, "Things that piss off my fiancé," "Did you hear the news?" and "Bro of the Week." Follow Adam on twitter and Instagram @adamklotzfnc and on Facebook at Adam Klotz.
On this episode the Bros recap the amazing finish that was Super Bowl 51 between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. They breakdown each quarter and discuss the halftime show with Lady Gaga. They welcome back Mike Morrison to the show to tell us what the scene was like in Atlanta during the game and what the mood is currently like. They end with segments, "Bro of the Week," "Clickbait Confessions," and play a new game with Mike called, "Versace on the Floor."