How Are Ya Now?

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Dean and Tiara reconnect Rene Encarnacion to double-down on the double-entendres in Letterkenny, Season 6, Episode 4 - Dyck's Slip Out

Show Notes

S06E04 – Dyck’s Slip Out
Guest:  Rene Encarnacion
Music:  Brian Douglas Day
Intro: (0:00:00)
  • Song: The Mountain & The Uncle & The Funeral Home
Pre-show: (0:01:15)
Music this week:  Brian Douglas Day
Guest this week: Rene Encarnacion (0:04:19)
Recap of last episode:  S06E03 – The City (0:11:45)
  • Thanks to:
    • Guest: Liz Orton
    • Music: The Reptilian Dilemma
  • Recap: The premise was more of the Letterkenny community taking care of its own.  The Hicks coming to rescue Stewart and Roald from getting killed by another drug dealer in The City.
This week’s episode deep dive:  S06E04 – Dyck’s Slip Out (0:14:30)
Thoughts/Theories/Trivia/Terms/Observations/Trivia: (0:31:00)
  • Vmails
    • @iSimplyKia from Twitter
  • Wayne doesn’t question Katy’s morning drinking.
  • What the deal with “once” that the Mennonites say?
  • LOVE how Noah reacts when Katy comes out.
  • Anita’s reaction to the skids got us all hot.
  • Robert Munsch discussion.
  • What actually is a “gap year”?
  • Noah checking out Glen’s package.
Fuck – Fight – FERDA (1:13:05)
  • Wayne’s about the only one getting some toe-curlin’
  • Just a couple of small scraps
  • The rest are FERDA.
End of show: (1:29:53)
  • Final thoughts…
  • Next Week:
    • S06E05 – Different Strokes for Different Folks
    • Guest: Reagan Sicard
  • Farewells
  • Outro: Obstacles (1:37:55)

Music for this show
Band:   Brian Douglas Day
Location:   Columbus, OH
Social Media:
Intro:  The Mountain & The Uncle & The Funeral Home
Outro:  Obstacles
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How Are Ya Now? - The toughest podcast in Letterkenny
Possibly the perfect podcast to please your palate while peacefully pausing to pour a pint of Puppers and partake in puns, pugilism, and provincial pride.