The Champ, The Custodian, and The Franchise predict playoff teams, attempt to explain the McDonald’s Ice Man, delineate the skill levels of people playing summer basketball, give their picks for end of the year awards, and talk about their new segment, “Get It Son.” The episode wraps up with Wildcard Time, a surprise guest appearance by Dana, a brief discussion about fantasy football, a recap of Dinner with Del Suggs, their favorite Michael Jordan, and NBA 2K11.
The Champ, The Custodian, and The Franchise discuss girls who have gotten pregnant or fat since high school, the NBA preseason, Gilbert Arenas’ faked injury, USC’s alleged NCAA infractions, summer basketball games, their fantasy football league, and Catland. The Freelancer guest stars during Wildcard Time, and two new segments premiere: Champ’s Impression Time and Custodian Interview Time.
The Champ, The Custodian, and The Franchise discuss the NBA Preseason, and going to a Wizards game. “True or False” makes its glorious return, and The Franchise introduces a new segment (replete with a new theme song) called “Buy or Sell.” As always, the episode concludes with Wildcard Time.
In an echoey (and short) edition of the Paints in the Point Podcast, The Champ, The Custodian, and The Franchise discuss the depth of the Lakers, Ben Folds’ new album, and The Freelancer guest stars in Wildcard Time.
The Champ, The Custodian, and The Franchise discuss potential destinations for Carmelo Anthony, the furniture at the University of Akron, elaborate pranks, and the song “Magic Chair” by Del Suggs.
The Champ, The Custodian, The Franchise, and special guest star Anderson Varejao discuss week one of the NFL, amateur magic, and Batman villains.
The Champ, The Custodian, and The Franchise talk about the start of the NFL season, LeBron James sightings at the University of Akron, and college football. An early Wild Card Time gets derailed by the newest segment of the Paints in the Point Podcast, the “Upper Decker Hour.”