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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

The Vic and Sadecast 009 – What’s That, Vic Honey? (4/20/16)

vs (1:10:15) Those three Bright Kentucky Hotel barbers (Jimbo, PQ Ribber and Shambles Constant) return to share their thoughts about more of Paul Rhymer’s great works from the best radio show there ever was, “Vic and Sade”.


“Vic and Sade” was created and written by Paul Rhymer. For all your “Vic and Sade” needs, visit The Crazy World of Vic and Sade.

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posted by Jimbo at 6:41 am filed in Apr16,Jimbo,PQ,Shambles  


  1. Uncle Fletcher lives in the moment. In the moment he was tired, probably he will wake up around dinner time and eat whatever Sade has prepared and then talk with everyone until he expressed his important job and need for rest. Fletchers life got on the right track when this opportunity came up in his mind and it was of huge importance, he felt like he had joined the human race and its obligations. I think Fletch is nervous about what all requirements and obligations may await him.

    Russ on the other hand is gobsmacked that what clearly makes no sense to him is being treated as if it is normal by Sade, and he feels a camaraderie with Vic to try and get this back to the world of reality as he knows it. He’s old enough to start to put together that Fletcher is nutty. I don’t think he has malice here, it is just a realization that reality as he understands it seems to be existing outside the normal lines directly in front of him without other people reacted properly to the strangeness. Also it is a trill to assert himself as a adult wise member of the normal tribe.

    Sade is just trying to be a nice host and care taker of her special brother.

    Comment by Chad Bowers — April 22, 2016 @ 8:55 am

  2. Thanks, Chad!

    It really should be pointed out, though, Uncle Fletcher isn’t as “innocent” as he appears. He often uses (especially in the Russell episodes) “the old man” attributes all to his advantage. He’s actually quite conniving in some instances.

    Comment by Jimbo — April 22, 2016 @ 11:00 am

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