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How to Die Alone - Episode 60 - TSA for the Love of the Sport

January 16th, 2019

Stephen witnesses some wild stuff in a Chick-Fil-A, David R. Kelly-splains R&B to us, we all are puzzled by the news, a drug sniffing dog parties a little too hard on an EDM cruise, and we realize it takes a special kind of weirdo to work for the TSA during a shutdown.

Oh, and Davey beats the skins like no ones business. 


How to Die Alone - Episode 59 - Buster Stephen: Slapstick Legend

January 9th, 2019

Stephen is a total klutz, Matt can't remember who Jerry Lewis is, and David is dealing with a wicked case of the sads. Also, comics are jukeboxes, a politician said no-no words, and how many dollar signs on UrbanSpoon indicate a restaurant is too good for us.


How to Die Alone - Episode 58 - Two Dollar Entertainment

January 2nd, 2019

Matt proposes a business plan that can't possibly have legal complications. We imagine a new career for Pitbull. David's mad that Italians can't pronounce their own words. And, of course, Nick Cannon is the savior of us all.


How to Die Alone - Episode 57 - Guacamoles - Last Line of Defense

December 26th, 2018

On this episode, we solve this border wall issue once and for all. It may or may not involve avocados.


How to Die Alone - Episode 56 - Clip Show

December 12th, 2018

This week's episode is a clip show of David Wayne and Matt William's greatest segments:

Episode 28 - Mount Trashmore (w/Jarrett Moore)
Episode 27 - Rat Mouth
Episode 10 - Maternal NBA (w/Jorge Gonzalez)
Episode 31 - F-ck Chef (w/Brad Gilmore)
Episode 37 - Fruit Feud (w/Clark Brooks and Steve Miller)
Episode 12 - DWs (w/Ricky Hicken)
Episode 43 - Comedy Fight Club
Episode 23 - Wilmer Valderama (w/Justin Cupo)
Episode 39 - Toxic Man
Episode 6 - Deflated Brady (w/Kris Schubeck)
Episode 51 - Tarantino
Episode 36 - French Lesson
Episode 18 - Ode to Hussy (w/Kaiti McCoy)

Thanks for listening! Hope you guys enjoy this selection of some of our better segments


How to Die Alone - Episode 55 - Live from the Rooster

December 6th, 2018

On this special live episode, we've got writer from MTV, Cam Bertrand, and from the "Something Planet" podcast, John J. Murray. We recorded live from the Iberian Rooster's basement for our one year anniversary. Cam and Stephen bond over a shared love of good eats. Matt returns as Tropidoc Matt. David brings some car knowledge. And, of course, we apologize - if for nothing else than the fact that Stephen forgot to record the first couple minutes.


How to Die Alone - Episode 54 - Beware the ENFORCER!

November 28th, 2018

Matt is out of town again. So, we held a contest to replace him, and Tampa News Force's John Jacobs won. Regular at the Tampa Improv, Rafiq Shaheen, came by for the coronation. We're talking about memorial bumper stickers, porn star tattoos, and reminisce about the time cops in Virginia were really hard on a teenage sexter. Stephen confuses football Aarons, Rafiq talks about a guy who had CP being against being PC, and John pitches the Enforcer as a hot new reality TV show character.


How to Die Alone - Episode 53 - From the Ozarks to the Moon

November 21st, 2018

Stephen explains how George Foreman likes every food, even at the office potluck. We're talking about the horrors of Disney Imagineers. Matt went to school with a cowboy doctor. And, of course, we imagine sending rednecks to space.

Also, apparently, this week, someone gets rambunctious at a Baltimore production of "Fiddler on the Roof".


How to Die Alone - Episode 52 - The Inedible Loaf

November 14th, 2018

David Wayne joins a fight club. Matt learns about cybersecurity. And Stephen's uncle gets left over his politics, which are terrible. Also, exciting election coverage! Waves! Tides! Tides of waves! Davey waves!


How to Die Alone - Episode 51 - Tarantino’s Pizza Roles

November 7th, 2018

We're talking about the upside of "Split", cartoons from our childhood, how David missed out on a fast food opportunity, people Stephen met in an unemployment seminar, Matt's weather reports and weird beard, and, of course, how Tarantino's work can stand on its own... merits?


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