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Dan Davis

The first half of this episode finds our heroes joking and laughing like a couple of ridiculous fools. Basically it’s the same old hilarity. Talking about parachute pants, various hairstyles we thought would have been cool (had they turned out like our lofty dreams were picturing), and the usual goofy-ass stories we found funny and informative.

The second half takes on a more somber note. We finally reach the point in the story where we discuss our friend’s passing, by his own hand. We choke up on more than one occasion as we talk about the pain we dealt with over the loss of our amazing friend. Please, if you find yourself in his place, talk with someone. The world would be a far sadder place without you. Trust us on this, we know.

Songs in this episode:

  • Trudge (From the album Wally)
  • Docking Bay 94 (Intro & outro)(From a practice in ’98)
Suicide prevention hotline

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Parachute pants
A man and his cat
What was I thinking?
Dan and Fred
Car flippin'
Who let the longhair in?
Tell it from the mountain:

3 Responses to “Episode 1.10 – We’ll Meet Again”

  1. LKJSlain

    I love hearing Scott smile and dick around. XD 🙂

    I’m so sorry this happened, guys… 🙁

    When I was 18, my ex boyfriend crashed into a tree and died instantly… 🙁

    And here at the end of August one of my college friends killed himself… I’m so sorry. 🙁 *hugs you all*

  2. Mike Sparrow

    I went to Nashville last year and saw some cool music museums. So many artists used unreal session musicians. That was probably my favorite museum. Much love brothers. Tuff stuff for sure.

  3. Eileen R Zobrist

    I pretty much binge listened to most of your season 1. (Pre-season 1?) Still not sure why…but I can’t stop listening!
    Feels like I’m sitting in your living room listening and laughing to your stories, I almost blurt out comments.
    I can relate to so much of this…the small town stuff, the stages of forming a band, crazy parties- even losing dear friends.
    Thank you, guys, for putting it out there!