The boys return from a week off ready to tackle the world's biggest issues, including beach umbrella homicides, unionized ninjas in Japan, Walmart making people fatter, and gross period parties in the UK.
The boys meet up with their good friends, New England rock band Psycle, to discuss their music, the state of rock and roll, celebrity stories and -- for some reason -- fists. It's a different kind of episode, with lots …
This week, the boys reflect on freedom -- freedom to drink, watch Mike fall on his face, stuff their fat asses with Nathan's hot dogs and make jokes about Uranus. God bless America.
The boys are back after a rough week off to discuss how Facebook political arguments are meaningless, when Britain might riot because of C02, how Jim Bakker plans to cure VD and why the Fourth of July sucks out loud.
The boys come together after a slow news week to discuss how SNL is too focused on politics, we're too focused on f-bombs, and Jamie Foxx was focused on cheeks.
The boys come in with a quick and dirty discussion of Anthony Bourdain hanging himself, joining the Damaged Goods Podcast Network, Mike's new job, with a LOT of f-bombs along the way.
The boys discuss Roseanne Barr getting fired for racist Tweets, the merits of Deadpool vs. Solo, Starbucks anti-bias training, and shows that should be canceled.
The guys travel two miles west to christen a new studio, talking about sports gambling, British monarchs, rabid dachshunds, turd tossers and the amended diary of Anne Frank.
The boys riff on the news in style, with a look at a French family admiring nature, Hawaiians refusing to avoid flaming lava, adult theme parks in Brazil, and Elon Musk.
The boys regroup after the recap for their 40th episode, to discuss their backgrounds, where they'd rather be from, and a litany of other topics. Also included: occasional buzzing and mic problems.
If you're new to Needless to Say... start here. This clips episode looks back at almost 40 episodes of radio gold, address Brad's reputation, Mike's laziness, and never once mentions "you know whut I mean..."
The boys are back (a few days late) with an episode that screams "middle class." They bitch about money, cry about hobbies, and sniffle their way through personal shit. It's everything you love about NTS. Join us, won't you?
The boys got together to discuss superstitions and crazy beliefs, but also ended up covering Wrestlemania, Craig's job, little people, political posts and much, much more.
This week, the boys cover a wide range of topics, from old people in locker rooms, old people changing final resting places, and old things that still piss them off. And they do it with help from two new friends.
This week, the guys discuss the Roseanne reboot, how advertising has changed, and why ads for drugs, meds and treatments is pure evil.
This week, the boys discuss a night out with Psycle, then some unexpected results from their Twitter account, including Sheryl Underwood, prominent psychologists, and a cathartic look into the show's future.
This week, the boys celebrate the growth of their digital radio show by having 2/3 of them crap all over technology, ignore growth of very common tech, and show just how backwards they really are.
All THREE guys are back in the basement after a one week field trip to discuss celebrity posts, social media shittiness and the debut of Tweets from a Hat.
This week 66.6% of Needless to Say talks for 33% longer than usual about actors, bands, and other celebrities who just cant seem to let go of their nonexistent fame...
The boys get back to normal by drinking again, discussing old vacation memories, and reminiscing about a violated Minnesota hotel room. Then they get into the dream trips they'd take across the flat earth, and some headlines that cause their …
The boys regroup from the previous weeks chaos to have a sober discussion of the last show Olympic nonsense bad dating stories and a bunch of other things
The boys are back after a week of missteps, joined by Sometimes Manny, Reluctant Ron, and a top hat full of random questions and topics, just to see where it goes. Also Manny discovers a bumper sticker.
The boys return to discuss a whole bunch of topics this week, joined by their buddy Sanjay, the man of 1000 voices. They cover bad bus rides, worse accents, customer service, football and a ton of things that make no …
The boys are back after a night drafting potential dead celebrities to talk about TV show reboots Hollywoods lack of originality and why some things should just be left alone