My Dinner With Kenny Podcasts

My Dinner with Kenny logoKen is one half of the podcast “My Dinner with Kenny” … the other half is his dear friend and award-winning lighting designer Steven Young. MDWK is a twice-monthly general discussion of life, the arts, politics, and entertainment news along with assorted hijinks, and on occasion, fabulous guests. Recorded at Panera Bread Restaurant in Studio City, CA. And by the way … the hijinks are the best part. In addition to being available on this website and Steven Young’s website, you may subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher Radio or on iTunes!  Please remember to leave a comment, by clicking on any episode title and entering your rave reviews below the podcast player:

June 29, 2015

Seriously? Bicycles? We are arguing about bicycles? What has happened to this podcast?!?! Join Kenny and Steven as they scrape the bottom of the barrel, and come up empty handed – but its all very entertaining. Check it out!

June 9, 2015

Have you ever had one of THOSE days…? When the podcast is filled with hiccups, strange noises, a moment where you have to stop and start again, and well, an ill timed 7 second delay? Kenny and Steven try valiantly to keep their composure and talk about all of the important things, but the universe conspires against them! Will they survive? Will MDWK triumph over technology? Will someone please turn off that beeping alarm?? Listen in for an episode like no other!

Thanks to Emily Goodall for the introduction!

May 11, 2015

The boys are thrilled to welcome back very special guest Erich Bergen as he shares the incredible story of performing at The White House with his fellow Jersey Boys where he met and chatted with President Obama, the First Lady, Vice President Biden, Nancy Pelosi, John Kerry, and more … zowee! You can almost hear Steven and Kenny sitting there with their mouths hanging open! Thanks to Jeremy Lelliott for that yummy introduction…

April 13, 2015

The boys are back! This week, Steven and Kenny invade the Inter­na­tional House of Pan­cakes on Sun­set Boule­vard and dis­cuss the fur­ther devel­op­ments in the LA 99 seat saga, plus the break­ing news of Hillary Clinton’s pres­i­den­tial bid announce­ment. We live in excit­ing times, with tasty lunches. Got a com­ment or ques­tion, email directly to the team to be included in next week’s podcast!

Spe­cial thanks to Katie Pelen­sky of the Coeurage The­atre Com­pany for the great introduction!

March 11, 2015

Well … this one’s def­i­nitely a mile­stone. Steven and Kenny dis­cuss the cur­rent Actors Equity 99-seat Plan brouhaha and things get pretty heated. Take a lis­ten. And then please post your thoughts and comments. Don’t for­get to Sub­scribe on iTunes, or Stitcher Radio!

February 17, 2015

Incredibly, this week’s podcast marks the second anniversary of My Dinner With Kenny. BJ made a quick guest appearance as our opening announcer (he did it live)! We spent some time chatting about the sad passing of Chuck, one of Steven’s cats, and then moved on to discussing – of all things – the US Postal Service. Next time, we promise to discuss the uproar over proposed changes to the 99-seat theatre plan here in LA. Will we see eye-to-eye on the subject? Don’t for­get to Sub­scribe on iTunes, or Stitcher Radio!

January 26, 2015

Panera on a Monday, and all the crazies showed up right on schedule. Kenny and Steven chat this week about Steven’s recent design of Billy Elliot, directed by the fabulous Brian Kite. Plus, Kenny’s mouse is acting up, time to set a trap and have it put down. So much theatre to see in Los Angeles this month, its hard to name them all. What show will YOU see this month? Don’t for­get to Sub­scribe on iTunes, or Stitcher Radio!

January 6, 2015

Wel­come to 2015! Kenny and Steven dis­cuss some the­atre, some movies, some celebri­ties. All the good stuff. Not sure how any­one can con­fuse Joanna Glea­son with Judith Light, but Kenny seems to be able to make that hap­pen. If you haven’t seen Into the Woods, or Bird­man, there are spoil­ers in here, so go see these movies imme­di­ately! And hon­estly, is a sec­ond farewell tour con­sid­ered a revival? Don’t for­get to Sub­scribe on iTunes, or Stitcher Radio!

December 20, 2014

Happy birthday Kenny!Just under the wire, and for your year-end lis­ten­ing enter­tain­ment… The final episode of MDWK for 2014! Sorry about the poor micro­phone qual­ity – but it’s only 12 min­utes, so suf­fer! The boys met up this time at a Taco Bell restau­rant for Kenny’s birth­day, and it was worth every penny spent on those 99 cent tacos. Don’t for­get to Sub­scribe on iTunes, or Stitcher Radio!

November 25, 2014

This episode should have been sponsored by Warby Parker, Happy Socks, and TILLAMOOK! (Call us, we will work out a deal). Michael Bulger joins Steven and Kenny as they talk about practically nothing other than Kenny’s recent education into the powerful effects of certain controlled substances. The holidays are upon us, and the year is nearly over. Hopefully the boys will be able to meet once more before 2014 ends! Don’t for­get to Sub­scribe on iTunes, or Stitcher Radio!

November 6, 2014

OMG. Steven is a Chi­nese mess. The boys meet once again via some sketchy inter­na­tional inter­net and dis­cuss Hal­loween, Can­ni­bal the Musi­cal, and give a sweet wrap up to the recent Los Ange­les Ova­tion Awards. You won’t want to miss a moment of this episode! Word of warn­ing: don’t press any but­tons, very dan­ger­ous. Don’t for­get to Sub­scribe on iTunes, or Stitcher Radio!

October 5, 2014

Join the dynamic duo as Kenny gets his mind blown: Steven joins the broadcast from China via the miracle of modern technology. Don’t for­get to sub­scribe and leave a review at on iTunes and Stitcher Radio to get this pod­cast deliv­ered straight to all of your favorite pod­cast lis­ten­ing devices.

September 15, 2014

Mon­day night, and the screen­writ­ers group was tak­ing up all of the tables at Pan­era. Hope they don’t mind Kenny and Steven laugh­ing it up so nearby! Tonight’s episode cen­tered around Joan Rivers, her impact on Kenny, plus more dis­cus­sion of Steven’s world trav­els, and var­i­ous other tid­bits. Next episode comes from a split up duo – so many miles between them can this be called a din­ner show anymore? Don’t for­get to sub­scribe and leave a review at on iTunes and Stitcher Radio to get this pod­cast deliv­ered straight to all of your favorite pod­cast lis­ten­ing devices.

August 25, 2014

Friends? Bud­dies? Kenny and Steven met up again this week, dis­cussing the state of the 99 seat the­atre sys­tem in Los Ange­les, and Steven’s con­tin­ued work in China. Did they solve any­thing? Prob­a­bly not, but the cook­ies were AMAZING. Tell your friends (and your bud­dies) to sub­scribe on iTunes and keep My Din­ner with Kenny grow­ing each episode! Again, all y’alls, don’t for­get to sub­scribe and leave a review at on iTunes and Stitcher Radio as well.

August 3, 2014

The boys get together again…. vir­tu­ally… for another global edi­tion of My Din­ner with Kenny, with fun filled dis­cus­sions about the nightlife in China, and racists in Amer­ica. Intro pro­vided by Jin, a friend of Steven’s in China, and supe­rior sound qual­ity pro­vided by the Chi­nese inter­net – ugh. Let the crazi­ness begin! Don’t for­get to sub­scribe and leave a review at on iTunes and Stitcher Radio as well.

July 15, 2014

This episode, Kenny lost the bat­tle with his inner cen­sor, and glee­fully repeated his favorite words over, and over, and over again. Kenny gives his report on Buyer and Cel­lar, and how deli­cious Michael Urie is – those are Kenny’s words exactly. The duo cel­e­brated Steven’s recent birth­day with fancy socks, and the promise of sparklers from the 4th of July. And yes, if you have time to read this episode sum­mary, you have time to go to iTunes and sub­scribe and leave a review. Do it, or the ter­ror­ists win. Don’t for­get to sub­scribe and leave a review on iTunes and Stitcher Radio as well.

June 30, 2014

So much news. So much to dis­cuss. Brian Bea­cock sur­prised Steven and Kenny and stopped by to chat about his web series “Act­ing Dead” – find it at Go check it out! Kenny and Brian rem­i­nisced about “Naked Boys Singing,” Jew­ish hol­i­days, and FUBAR. If only Neil Patrick Har­ris could hear this pod­cast, he’d know how Kenny loves him. Watch out, David. Oh, Steven told about how he looked fab­u­lous in blue vel­vet, and then ter­ri­ble with food poisoning. Don’t for­get to sub­scribe and leave a review on iTunes and Stitcher Radio as well.

June 16, 2014

Well, the boys were both a lit­tle slap happy tonight, and the Choco­late Chip­per cookie didn’t help mat­ters any. Steven and Kenny dis­cuss Michele Lee, Las Vegas, the Hol­ly­wood Fringe Fes­ti­val… and under­wear. Enjoy the chaos, as Kenny curses more, and more, and more… Don’t for­get to sub­scribe and leave a review on iTunes and Stitcher Radio as well.

June 2, 2014

On Mon­day, a very “blue” Mon­day, Kenny and Steven joined the bois­ter­ous ranks of din­ers at Pan­era to chat about Les Mis­er­ables, The Drowsy Chap­er­one movie, Time mag­a­zine, and proper google stalk­ing tech­niques. And for the record, Goonies should totally be con­sid­ered a clas­sic movie in the Net­flix Clas­sics genre. Please sub­scribe and leave a review on iTunes and Stitcher Radio as well.

May 13, 2014

Well, HELLO MAY. Where has spring gone? and why is it so hot in Los Ange­les. Join Steven and Kenny as they dis­cuss home remod­el­ing crim­i­nals, lice out­breaks and Jim Nabors. Hold onto your local­ized kitchen earth­quakes, here comes another episode for the record books. Please sub­scribe and leave a review on iTunes and Stitcher Radio as well.

April 30, 2014

Join Steven and Kenny as they dis­cuss the Tony nom­i­na­tions, the LA Riots and sub­se­quent fires, plus the most impor­tant topic of the day… San­dals. This is the episode that can­not be missed. Please sub­scribe and leave a review on iTunes and Stitcher Radio as well.

April 17, 2014

For the record, this pod­cast episode chats about the recent Van­ity Fair review of Los Ange­les the­atre, plus side con­ver­sa­tions delv­ing into the vocal stylings of Rose­mary Clooney, Liza Min­nelli, and Ann Miller. Kenny brags about Mack & Poppy, and of course, Erich Bergen again, and Steven com­plains about his skinny jeans. Lis­ten at your own risk.

April 2, 2014

April Fools gotcha, cause.. it is the 2nd… Enjoy­ing a lovely power bowl with chicken spinach and hum­mus (hold the onions) Steven and Kenny met again this week to dis­cuss all sorts of Los Ange­les shenani­gans and rarely fin­ish any story that they begin. Ever won­der why clear-com speak­ers are called “bis­cuits”? Find out here, because that might be the only actual infor­ma­tion imparted this week. Sub­scribe on iTunes and Stitcher Radio too!

March 11, 2014

It’s warm­ing up in Stu­dio City, which means fire trucks, longer days of sun­shine, and lots of laugh­ter. Kenny and Steven dis­cuss their field trip to Orange County to see the Les Bal­lets de Monte-Carlo pro­duc­tion of “Lac,” the recent name change to the Fox­woods The­atre in New York, and all sorts of License Plates… all the while eat­ing choco­late chip cook­ies. Or, at least Kenny enjoyed the cook­ies. Steven has given up eat­ing for Lent. Now avail­able on iTunes and Stitcher Radio too!

February 25, 2014

Death. Seems that’s all this episode was about. Harold Ramis died, and so did Liz Still­well. And Kenny’s pre­scrip­tions are almost empty, so we are all in trou­ble. With so many down­loads of MDWK, Steven and Kenny are at it again, chat­ting about Los Ange­les the­atre, crit­ics, web­sites, and the dif­fer­ences between cor­po­ra­tions and indi­vid­u­als. Have a listen!

February 12, 2014

It’s nearly Valentine’s Day, and a sense of “deja vu” has fallen over the Stu­dio City Pan­era Restau­rant – it’s the MDWK one year anniver­sary! Last year, on this very day, Kenny and Steven recorded their first pod­cast, and now, a full year later, they meet again, dis­cussing Los Ange­les the­atre, Justin Beiber, dead celebri­ties, and Choco­late Chip Cookie Dough Oreos. BJ Hun­stad joins with some earth shat­ter­ing sto­ries, and every­one laughs so hard that Kenny nearly dies. Thanks for join­ing us for another episode!

January 6, 2014

Happy New Year every­one! It’s 2014, so Kenny and Steven have resolved to be bet­ter pod­cast­ers and bet­ter the­ater­go­ers, and, well, just bet­ter. With sur­prise guest Brian Bea­cock to start off the new year, what could go wrong?

December 17, 2013

Just in time for the Hol­i­days, Kenny and Steven get together to dis­cuss some more hol­i­day music, the GMCLA, Laguna Play­house, and the Postal Ser­vice. Even the self ser­vice kiosks were busy. Los Ange­les also has two great ver­sions of A Christ­mas Carol out there that every­one should run out to see! The year of pod­casts draws to a close and although the boys get a lit­tle sen­ti­men­tal, they will be back in 2014 for more “You Pick 2″ meals and conversation!

November 26, 2013

Some­how, at this thank­ful hol­i­day, Kenny and Steven earned the explicit rat­ing hand­ily. Join them as they dis­cuss the iPhone’s auto­cor­rect func­tion, Steven’s trip to IAAPA, and Panera’s dis­trict man­ager. If you enjoy Christ­mas music, theme parks, and soup and sand­wich com­bos, pull up a chair and take a listen!

November 6, 2013

Steven and Kenny sit down after a tasty salad and some soup to dis­cuss how busy the fall has become – time is fly­ing by! Since the last pod­cast, the Los Ange­les Ova­tion Awards were held, Steven went to Macau and designed a show there, and Hell must have frozen over, because Erich Bergen actu­ally recorded an intro­duc­tion for us! Give a lis­ten to this week’s pod­cast, with spe­cial infor­ma­tion from rov­ing reporter, Amy Stoddard…

October 22, 2013

Kenny and Steven chew their way through a few more top­ics this week, mainly dis­cussing Steven’s recent trip to NYC, and urban leg­ends about Irene Ryan dying dur­ing a per­for­mance of Pip­pin. Oh, you’ve heard that too, huh? It isn’t true. Or so the inter­net says, but you can’t believe every­thing on the internet.

October 7, 2013

Steven and Kenny wel­come Zane Jen­sch (pro­nounced YENCH!) who tells us all about theme park incep­tion and devel­op­ment… plus they talk about gifts, Burger Chef mem­o­ra­bilia, and peo­ple who need to be slapped. Which doesn’t mean Brian Bea­cock… who paid us a sur­prise visit! Don’t slap him, that would be rude. Zane JenschZane Jen­sch is an award-winning writer, direc­tor and pro­ducer who has cre­ated wildly imag­i­na­tive sto­ries in a diverse range of media. In the field of themed enter­tain­ment, Zane has cre­ated rides, shows, museum exhibits, tour­ing attrac­tions, theme park con­cepts and des­ti­na­tion resorts on four con­ti­nents. Zane was a col­lege sopho­more when he was recruited to develop con­cepts and write for Uni­ver­sal Stu­dios Cre­ative. There he helped cre­ate rides, shows and attrac­tions that can be seen in every Uni­ver­sal park around the globe. Over the last decade, Zane served as a Cre­ative Direc­tor on more than 100 major enter­tain­ment projects around the world, includ­ing the award-winning Ice Age Adven­ture dark ride, the thrilling Furius Baco dark ride/ launch coaster and the Infor­ma­tion and Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Pavil­ion for the Shang­hai World Expo. Recently, Zane pro­duced the movie Sponge­Bob SquarePants 4D: The Great Jelly Res­cue, which debuted at SimEx The­aters world­wide. Also in the sum­mer of 2013, Zane opened Drag­ons Go Go Wild – a track­less, multi-media inter­ac­tive dark ride through a styl­ized sto­ry­book realm. Zane holds a BA from the Uni­ver­sity of Cen­tral Florida, is the recip­i­ent of the Walt Dis­ney Dreamer and Doer Award, and three Themed Enter­tain­ment Asso­ci­a­tion Awards.

September 24, 2013

Steven and Kenny rant and rave about pump­kin spice, fall weather, and clowns. Kenny thought the biggest news story for the past two weeks is the fact that Steven got a hair­cut, but Steven dis­agreed – clearly the biggest news story was Steven’s sis­ter becom­ing engaged!!

September 9, 2013

Steven and Kenny meet again over some salad and soup, and even a choco­late chip cookie talk­ing about Photo Shoots, Yom Kip­pur, and the busi­ness of show.

August 28, 2013

Steven and Kenny are alone this week, no guests at all. They talk about movie musi­cals, Hal­loween candy, and pod­casts past. Poor Geof­fery Rush, he gets a lot of “dis­cus­sion” in this pod­cast. Don’t you feel sorry for him? Steven doesn’t. Kenny might.

August 13, 2013

Kenny and Steven are joined by the famous and del­ish Erich Bergen, who con­fesses his love of Los Ange­les, Nancy Odell, and Pan­era. Unfor­tu­nately Face­book isn’t even dis­cussed in the first few min­utes, and appar­ently the clean MDWK is gone forever. Erich BergenErich Bergen will reprise his crit­i­cally acclaimed per­for­mance as Bob Gau­dio in the fea­ture film adap­ta­tion of Jer­sey Boys, directed by Clint East­wood, to be released in 2014. Erich pre­vi­ously starred in the orig­i­nal tour­ing, Los Ange­les and Las Vegas casts of the Tony Award-winning Best Musi­cal. Other recent stage roles include the title role in Hero at the Mar­riott Lin­colnshire, Billy Crocker in the National Tour of Round­about The­atre Company’s Any­thing Goes, and Rudi Gern­re­ich in the Los Ange­les pre­miere of The Tem­pera­men­tals. On TV: Gos­sip Girl, Per­son Of Inter­est, Des­per­ate House­wives, Franklin & Bash. His film debut, How Sweet It Is, costar­ring Paul Sorvino and Joe Pis­copo, will be released on DVD, iTunes and OnDe­mand in Fall 2013. Erich’s album, The Vegas Ses­sions, is avail­able on iTunes, Ama­zon and For more info, please visit and on Twit­ter @erichbergen.

August 1, 2013

Happy August! The year is fly­ing by, and look who’s flown in? It’s Tod Macof­sky, who joins Steven and Kenny for tonight’s crazy-fest. Top­ics tonight ranged from dia­betes to dil­dos, and var­i­ous … awk­ward top­ics in between. Take a lis­ten and enjoy the fun! Tod MacofskyTod Macof­sky is a native of Los Ange­les and has been per­form­ing there for over 25 years. After study­ing the­atre direct­ing at UCLA, he began doing cruise ship pro­duc­tion shows. Tod’s claim to fame is play­ing the orig­i­nal Bris boy in the hit review Naked Boys Singing! at the Cel­e­bra­tion The­atre in Hol­ly­wood for which he won an LA Weekly Award for Best Musi­cal Ensem­ble. He has been a proud mem­ber of the Gay Men’s Cho­rus of Los Ange­les for the past 12 years and of the spin-off five-man a cap­pella group ‘N Pynk. He has been tour­ing the uni­ver­sity cir­cuit in the anti-bullying musi­cal it gets bet­ter. Tod is the co-writer and one-half of the comic cabaret duo Mack & Poppy. Recently, Tod played a shot, frozen and decap­i­tated dead body on the ABC-TV show Castle.

July 16, 2013

Kenny and Steven wel­come another set of guests to the pod­cast as Michael Bul­ger and BJ Hun­stad join the may­hem to dis­cuss SO many top­ics, they just never stopped. If you enjoy scat­tered and bizarre con­ver­sa­tion, this is the episode for you. Michael BulgerMichael Bul­ger is a the­atri­cal pro­ducer and direc­tor, and this past May grad­u­ated from Colum­bia Uni­ver­sity with a Master’s Degree in Arts Admin­is­tra­tion. He cur­rently works as asso­ciate pro­ducer at Clubbed Thumb in NYC. Since mov­ing to New York in 2011, Michael has worked for St. Ann’s Ware­house on Karen O’s psycho-opera Stop the Vir­gens, with The Pub­lic Theatre’s Mobile Shake­speare Unit, and on Cherry Lane’s 2013 Men­tor Project. Fol­low Michael on Twit­ter at @ClubbedThumb. And he is Kenny’s hero. BJ HunstadBJ Hun­stad is an aspir­ing LA actor and fan­tas­tic Pan­era worker bee type per­son – not a host, not a server. He says he is just an invest­ment for Kenny’s future wealth and hap­pi­ness. Hail­ing from the great state of Ken­tucky and hav­ing been raised in Geor­gia, BJ doesn’t have a bicy­cle and needs to rem­edy that imme­di­ately. Not that this has any­thing to do with being from Ken­tucky. Fol­low BJ on Twit­ter at @BJHunstad.

June 23, 2013

Well, isn’t the world a mod­ern place. This episode is brought to you from cyber­space, where Steven and Kenny met some­where between West Hol­ly­wood and Seoul, Korea. Join them as they chat about Face­book (again) The­atre in Los Ange­les, and well… all sorts of things. “Oppa is Gang­nam style!”

June 12, 2013

Happy Rus­sia Day! Join Kenny and Steven on a rare Wednes­day pod­cast as they tackle sub­jects such as the won­der that is Neil Patrick Harris, the Tony Awards, Diana Ross, vocal ticks, and exotic travel to all parts NOT Los Ange­les. Tell your friends, your fam­ily, and your pets to lis­ten in to My Din­ner with Kenny, sub­scribe on iTunes, and don’t for­get to leave us some feed­back here! Oh hey… here’s an inter­est­ing update for you all…. The Suez Canal is actu­ally in Egypt, and the Panama Canal con­nects the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans (and actu­ally through the Caribbean Sea). Steven appar­ently lost his mind dur­ing the pod­cast, and got the two con­fused, although how any­one could con­fuse these two canals is anyone’s guess. Stay tuned in less than two weeks for a spe­cial inter­na­tional episode. Cross your fin­gers and toes that it all works out correctly!!

May 23, 2013

May is nearly at an end, and Steven and Kenny have gath­ered once again to dis­cuss Memo­r­ial Day, Indy car rac­ing, the life of Los Ange­les the­atre leg­end Lee Melville and Face­book tools. Also, Kenny chal­lenges every­one to tell him how they feel about read­ing the­atre reviews, and we des­per­ately need an edu­ca­tion about our pres­i­den­tial birthdays.

May 9, 2013

After a tasty salad and some deli­cious baguette, Kenny and Steven sit down to dis­cuss the pre­vi­ous cou­ple of weeks, Strep Throat, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, and BJ’s din­ner break. Plus, a heated dis­cus­sion dom­i­nates the con­ver­sa­tion con­cern­ing the inher­ent good­ness and/or extreme self­ish­ness and self-centered nature of mankind. Lis­ten in, and then let us know YOUR opinion!

April 25, 2013

This week, Kenny makes a tri­umphant return to the air­waves, and he is filled with thoughts about local Los Ange­les the­atre, peo­ple he knows, and Rod Keller. Steven talks about noth­ing in par­tic­u­lar and com­plains that he’s been sick a lot lately. Oh, and both of them do imper­son­ations of prostitutes.

March 28, 2013

Through a stroke of luck, even though Kenny was out of town, star of stage and screen Rod Keller agreed to sit down and chat with me for this spe­cial episode. Join Steven and Rod as they dis­cuss hair perms, bas­kets, Six Dance Lessons and more. Rod KellerRod Keller is an Ova­tion award-winning Los Ange­les based actor known for his quirky good looks, insane tal­ent, and razor sharp wit. Appear­ing in such motion pic­tures as He’s Just Not That Into You, Johan Hex, and A Guy, A Girl, a Space Hel­met, Rod brings his warmth and hilar­i­ous comedic tim­ing to the sil­ver screen. Rod has also appeared on tele­vi­sion, guest star­ring in episodes of CBS’ hit series Two Broke Girls and NCIS, not to men­tion his broad­way role in the acclaimed revival of Big River. Stay tuned for next week’s reg­u­larly staffed pod­cast and hear all about Kenny’s trip deep into the OC, plus some insider info about the podcast’s bunker location…

March 13, 2013

What time is it? 7:30 or so… and well, now Steven finally arrived and we started record­ing. Dis­cus­sion this week? Tele­phones. Pay scales, and well… cook­ies. Join us for just less than an hour of dis­jointed con­ver­sa­tion, rant­ing and dead batteries. Suck on that Dr. Laura.

February 26, 2013

Hey, hey, hey! Ok, we made it to a sec­ond episode of the pod­cast! Who knew that we would actu­ally do this even once, let alone twice. Lis­ten as Steven and Kenny piss off a few peo­ple, spout out some opin­ions, and grovel for lis­tener com­ments and, well… more listeners. Tell your friends and neigh­bors to lis­ten to the pod­cast, and hope­fully soon we will be avail­able on iTunes. Hope­fully. If Steven fig­ures out how to sub­mit it.

February 13, 2013

In this first episode of the pod­cast, Kenny and Steven sit down to dis­cuss The Gram­mys, Traf­fic, and Valentine’s Day. Oh, and Steven proves that he has no com­pe­tence in actu­ally intro­duc­ing the podcast.