choir1940 (20:58) Hank needs to dress up first class for his new choir job. He turns to Vic – but will Sade approve? Guest Dave Duckert shares all the details and his opinions with us.

Examine this episode more closely: 40-xx-xx Hank’s $200 Wardrobe

“Vic and Sade” was written by Paul Rhymer.

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9 Responses to “Vic and Sadecast 045 – Hank’s $200 Wardrobe (10/8/17)”
  1. Jimbo says:

    Amazing to learn how much that $200 is worth today. No wonder Sade was upset. Great stuff, Dave!

  2. pqribber says:

    Very nicely done!! Great commentary!

  3. Chad Bowers says:

    Vic is very generous. I have to wonder if he really ever intended to go through with the loan. That’s a lot of money. I would only do that as a joke to see what my wife would say, and I would hope that she thought it was a terrible idea.

  4. Jimbo says:

    Maybe Hank has information that would upset Sade that involves Vic and Vic pays him off? (unlikely)

    Maybe Vic (Big Dipper) feels a strong brotherhood with Hank (Little Dipper)? (probably)

    Maybe Vic wants to keep Hank happy so he will remain the Little Dipper; and Hank is such a goofball as Little Dipper it makes Vic look strong as Big Dipper? (?)

    Maybe Hank performs favors for Vic instead of repaying him cash. (let’s hope not)

  5. Chad Bowers says:

    Everyone loves rats, especially children and the hard of hearing, but you know what?

    None of us like it when rats get in our clothes hangers. I had a chance to bend Martha Stewart’s ear in a public restroom recently and she gave me some helpful pointers on
    keeping your rat population in your jar of clothes hangers to a sanitary minimum.

    It’s simpler than you might imagine. Simply soak the wooden clothes hangers in a mixture of 70% liquified rat poison, 30% sugar and enough bottled water to make it drinkable.
    (Note: Tap water may be used but for our testing, we used Fiji water)

    Let the hangers soak overnight in the rat poison water mixture and simply return them soaking wet to your jar or other glass lined hanger storage.

    This treatment should last for several weeks unless your kids discover the sickly sweet taste first.

  6. Jimbo says:

    In a public restroom huh? ;o Uh, will this work too?

  7. Chad Bowers says:

    That is a bizarre video, Jimbo. Martha and I both care greatly about hygiene. I remember the first time I saw her on David Letterman’s show. I had just washed my hands and I sat down to see her and Dave making Macaronni and Cheese in the Ed Sullivan theatre. I was drying my hands a small hand towel as I stepped into the room and saw her, wiping her hands on a yellow and white towel. It was a moment of synchronicity that I will never forget. Macoroni and cheese is something I have always loved by the way, so the connection goes much deeper than you know.

    She purchased several large dolphin statues which smelled of urine from my grandfather’s estate. They were to be used at a Martha theme park that never came to fruition. I suppose the would serve as a natural meeting place for families. One of the dolphins was normal sized, one was larger than a backhoe, and one was miniature and meant for Dept. 19 Christmas village displays.

  8. Jimbo says:

    You’re so normal. You’re so nor mullll.

  9. Chad Bowers says:

    Thanks, Jimmy. I’ve got those special magazines you ordered. Can’t mail them, but you can pick up in person. Good luck with the “body building”.

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