071 – Enter CompuDong

Logo by Scott Latimer

Brett, excuse me – Uncle Bic wasn’t kidding, Garytopia is in flames. Superheros are tangling with supervillians left and right. It is time for Jake to choose his superhero identity and for our brave team of heroes to begin their journey to reclaim the mayoral throne from the awful minotaur Gary Meatman.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

070 – Revengers

Logo by Scott Latimer

A lot can happen when you miss a week… Jake has been missing ever since he recorded his radio show two weeks ago. In the meantime – Everything has changed. Gary World has become Gary Topia and Gary Meatman has come back to rule with an iron fist. There is only one group of ragtag superheroes who can stop him…

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

069 – Uncle Bort’s 69th Episode Spectacular

Logo by Scott Latimer

Brett’s been planning a big surprise reunion for our 69th episode, but Jake is too busy getting ready for his big radio show guest spot with Ric Flair. Will Brett stand in the way of Jake’s dream/waking nightmare?

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

068 – Fisticuffs Slamdown 3

Logo by Scott Latimer

The moment you have all been waiting for… It’s finally here… you’ve been waiting a whole week for the third Fisticuffs Slamdown – well wait no longer. After the catastrophic ending to the last Fisticuffs Slamdown the Daddies decide to do the whole thing again a week later. Except we try to do the fastest Royal Rumble in history.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

067 – Fisticuffs Slamdown 2

Logo by Scott Latimer

The moment you have all been waiting for… Fisticuffs Slamdown 2! The legally distinct Royal Rumble knockoff returns with some enhancements. 24 Women (and some fish) will compete for the Wrestle Daddies Women’s Championship (now the Google World Championship) surrounded by an electrified steel cage and a moat full of surly fish. Will Scarlett Charlotte Chode overcome the odds and defend her title? Or will a newcomer like Sister Sinister overthrow her? Tune in!

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

066 – Wu-Tang Clam Ain’t Nothing to Fish With

Logo by Scott Latimer

The press conference for the upcoming all-women Fisticuffs Slamdown goes awry as it gets crashed multiple times, And a shocking revelation about the lineage of the Wrestle Daddies Women’s Championship rocks the title to it’s very core.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

026 – I Like You, Manacek (Feat. Jake Martin)

“Homer Is Where The Art Isn’t” (Season 29, Episode 12)

Wrestle Daddy Jake Martin stops by just in time to watch this surprisingly wonderful Simpsons send-up of the obscure 1970’s detective show, “Banacek”.

Hosted by Patrick Brennan, Craig Mazerolle, and Jake Martin
Research by Craig Mazerolle
Produced by Patrick Brennan
Logo by Stephen Belyea
Featuring audio clips from The Simpsons episode “Homer Is Where The Art Isn’t”.
Theme – “Children’s TV 2” by Dorian Kelly

065- A Fish/Woman Based Promotion

Logo by Scott Latimer

Wrestle Daddies are back home and back to their roots! Mostly. We wanted to do an entirely female promotion to shake things up… but then we remembered that we just hired a bunch of fishmen. So. Here we are. Also the Wu-Tang Clam is running wild!

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

064 – Royalty Free, Under the Sea (with Chris Nyarady)

Logo by Scott Latimer

The Wrestle Daddies Summer Road Trip is winding to a close. Mostly out of necessity as their latest wrong turn has sent them to the bottom of the ocean – Atlantis. Luckily their recent business investments in Atlantis and their previous establishment of the Atlantean Championship has fostered a wrestling culture in the deep sea city. Unfortunately as their new fishy friend, Fin, points out – that’s about all it has fostered.

Also our special guest this week has a brand new show here on Station Zed! Do you like James Bond? Do you like the occasional martini or ten? Check out Boozing & Bonding, the new podcast where Chris and Keegan pair drinks with James Bond films and review them while they descend into drunkenness. Here on Station Zed.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Featuring – Chris Nyarady
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

063 – Ronnie’s Dead, Marie (with Meghan Harper)

Logo by Scott Latimer

Jake joins Brett on the East Coast in North Carolina. Problem is he’s got a stolen car, a criminal record and a mysterious stranger who won’t stop calling.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Featuring – Meghan Harper
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

062 – John Gets His Shui Back (with Lucas Martin)

Logo by Scott Latimer

In the aftermath of last week’s episode Brett has ended up in jail. But never fear! Jake has got the one person Brett doesn’t want to help him – Former Feng Shui master JOHn… sorry, just John now. A daring prison break, a captivating wrestling show and redemption on this week’s Wrestle Daddies.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Featuring – Lucas Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

061 – Old Friends Die Hard (with Dylan Sealy)

Logo by Scott Latimer

Brett and Jake decide to spice things up by picking up a wounded hitchhiker, only to be thrown into a high speed chase and government conspiracy all thanks to the grossest man alive – Mobile Porn Magnate, R.D. Steele. Along with a whole bevy of sketchy characters too.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Featuring – Dylan Sealy
Special Cameo by Lucas Martin
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

060 – For Legal Purposes (with Brian Edwards)

Logo by Scott Latimer

As the summer vacation continues the Wrestle Daddies go south… deep south to meet the perfect southern Gentleman – Cash Debonair. Now for legal purposes we can’t go into too much information about his wrestling promotion, but we can say that he has won many awards for his debutantes. I mean wrestlers. Damn it.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Guest Host – Brian Edwards
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band

059 – Knock Knock Knocking on Heaven’s Door (with Sam Adams)

Logo by Scott Latimer

Brett falls asleep at the wheel and the Daddies end up at the Dartmouth Sportsplex in Nova Scotia where they meet bona fide ring veteran The Dartmouth Door Dasher, one of the world’s greatest players of Nicky Nicky Nine Doors. Forced into an early retirement from a mysterious scandal, Triple D lures children into the Sportsplex with french fries to put on Rumble Jumbles. Featuring such future stars as Gerald the Dog Faced Boy and Raowler. Come check out one of the most emotional matches you have ever had the pleasure of smelling.

Hosted and Cut by Brett Loughery and Jake Martin
Guest Host – Sam Adams
Logo by Scott Latimer
Theme – ‘The Invincible Eagle’ by John Philip Sousa as performed by the United States Marine Band