Larry and Agent Jim were supposed to have Shenaynay (sp), a hooker friend of Larry's, on for an in depth interview but she had to cancel. Never one to miss a beat, the guys go on to talk about stupid white people and Jim names a few in a rant.
This episode is a special one as Larry and Jim welcome their first guest to come on the show, Serial Killer Jack! Jack let's us know he's feeling better & thanks everyone for the love they sent. The 3 guys talk about bbqing with propane vs charcoal, why black people don't recycle, & where are all the old black people in Chicago?
Jim tells us about taking care of Jack's dog & watching his home while Jack is in the hospital & finding the serial killer paintings. An update with things over at Madhouse Talent. Larry talks about eating turkey necks and chitlins.
Jim informs us the best way to tell a Cubs fan is if he's an asshole & the ladies don't know how fuck. Which, is probably why the men are assholes. We learn that Erik landed a commercial, believe it or not, we learn Larry used to be a pimp!
Agent Jim and Larry Juice have accepted the fact that K isn't going anywhere and are now being nice. They go on to talk about all the crime going down in Chicago where Larry Juice lives. Jim talks about the shockingly high number of abortions taking place in the U.S.
Agent Jim and Larry jump right into the #drama surrounding the network and issue two polls; who is the biggest asshole between Wush & Jimmernam and who is the biggest baby between Danny From LA and K. Jimmer and K win. Which, is no surprise if they're in cahoots as Agent Jim claims. Twitter polls revealed the audience agrees.
On tonight's show Larry Juice is joined by his favorite 'snowbunny' K, who we all know from Ryan Lever Show w/K. This bitch clearly gets around. The two get off to a somewhat rocky and slightly awkward start but eventually warm up to one another until, by the end of the show, they are boos.
Larry Juice, a squatter from the Southside of Chicago, has a lot to share about the daily grind of ghetto life. Larry is completely nonchalant when he is questioned about the number of dead bodies that he's seen on the streets.