• Episode Eight: View Stealin, Wheelin Dealin, Coat-tail ridin, coach flyin son-of-a-gunz

    The guis didn't have any semblance of a plan for this episode, so they decided to do what all small-time internet creators do, watch other people's content and "react." Remember, it's not stealing if you make a funny face and put that face in the video thumbnail.

    After the boys were taking a stab at being Chinese Amazon vendors, they, actually, had a pretty decent conversation in the middle-end bit of the show. You never know what white-knuckle thrill ride the bois are fixin to take you on.

    The boys also want to say farewell to a dear friend they lost, Benny Harvey. Miss ya big man. GBNF.

    S1E8 - 1h 40m - Sep 21, 2021
  • Episode Seven: War, What Is It Good For? Making Cheney Money.

    Afghanistan, Afghanistan. If only we had a decent game plan, you wouldn't be run by a cave man. Afghanistan. 

    The lads are going off about the Afghan war (or lack there of, now). Not that you would know that because they planed this podcast out as well as the US exit strategy. It's called method acting, and it artistic. Anyway, the guys are heated in this episode, and how could they not? They, literally, have a memory that lasts longer the 50 seconds and remember when we were "winning" in Afghanistan. Anyway, the boys muse about the last 20 years of warfare for, what can only be assumed to be, goats at low-low discounted prices. 

    Get your tip on and turn on the latest and greatest from the corner. 

    S1E7 - 1h 55m - Sep 5, 2021
  • Episode Six: OH MY GOD, WE FINALLY DID IT! A youth pastor and an atheist walk into a podcast, and it was boring as shit

    I want you to listen to these two hunks talk in this, outstanding, episode of KeAndy Corner. As you do, you should be thinking to yourself, "If it's possible for these two to sit down and talk about one topic for over an hour, anything is possible."

    Before the show, Andy and Ken were talking about WWI and they decided to talk about that for this episode. Staying true to form, they immediately abandoned that and went on a 2-hour long theological tangent. If you've never questioned the validity of a claim by pharmaceutical company, remember, the prescribed uppers were supposed to prevent this type of spasticity. Granted, the uppers weren't supposed to be cut into rails and taken after a paint-huffing bender. But that was the 90s, I'm sure those companies don't make foolish claims like that anymore.

    The bois also give a USDA prime-cut update on their COVID research. They spent, literally, minutes compiling these documents for you. Seeing as they have the collective attention-span of a cashew, COVID is, officially, the most boring topic to talk about at the moment, and they still managed to do something productive (in light of all that), you should look at the documents they talked about in the MEGA folder below:


    S1E6 - 2h 20m - Aug 19, 2021
  • Episode Five: Riff, Riff, Riffaroo. We're on a list now, and so are you!

    The boys take you behind-the-scenes to show you their work process that is, frankly, so amazing that you have to see it to believe it (not you though. You're listening to this like a '30s tough waiting to lay pipe on a dame). In a cosmically-rare event, the boys don't have any technical issues. It's truly a sight to behold (except for you, but we covered that).

    The boyes are talking about the international Chinese-Coughing Party stab-stab...again. They actually end up referencing things this time, which allows you to actually learn something. What's more, they put the links in the show notes! How keen!

    Anyway, the bois show that it is possible to never get tired being alpha. Take a listen (since you can't watch the show without doing an impromptu Paul Walker impression on the freeway).

    Oh, by the way. Andy says it's 30 and 70, not 3 and 7. You'll know when you know.

    Here's the links:

    Dr. Charles Hoffe


    Dr. Peter McCullough



    Dr. Robert Malone (Inventor of mRNA vaccine)








    Best run to them while you can. They're getting pruned quicker than autistic Midgets in 1930s Warsaw.

    S1E5 - 1h 44m - Jul 27, 2021
  • Episode Four: The Boys Try Something Neeto, Then The Feds Call Janet Reno

    The bois are at it again. They just figured out how to string a sentence together and record it, and then they decide to integrate audio from videos. Thank God Andy was voted most-likely-to-go-deaf-from-the-volume-of-his-own-voice in his yearbook, otherwise you wouldn't know the guys were there. New technology aside, the boys talk about Epstein and (somehow) Waco get's brought up. This is an adventure, and you wish you could quit them.

    S1E4 - 1h 10m - Jul 10, 2021
  • Episode Three: Andy Becomes The Edge

    In last week's episode, Vegeta got summoned to pay child support; Master Roshi got let out of a Pennsylvania state penitentiary; and Goku discovered that Mr. Popo wasn't actually black. Now, the exciting conclusion of Two Boys in an Tepee.

    Andy finally puts down his sparkling water to grace the audience with his intellect, but fails to make consistent eye contact. Ken takes a breath and dips furiously. Andy attempts to break down the microbiology and immunology behind everyone's favorite reason to be stuck in a perpetual family reunion.

    Turns out, when you have two medical professionals that worked in their, respective, fields for 10+ years, they're going to have some authority to argue with some of the talking-heads in the moving picture box. Who would have thought? Unlike those talking-heads, they don't have million-dollar mansions on a beach, and actually have the ability to have original thoughts.

    S1E3 - 1h 2m - Jul 3, 2021
  • Episode Two: Andy Tries To Get A Word In Edge Wise

    The boys decide to take on the controversial Chinese International Coughing Contest in this episode. You'd think that Andy, being an expert in these things, would lead the convo, but he was drinking too much La Croix and couldn't be bothered to be assertive. Ken took the initiative and decided to be topical, factual, and (oddly) relatable, as he tells the story of how he ducked being put on a suck-n-blow 9000 when he got the Shanghai sniffles. This is an important podcast to listen to because (thanks to Ken) it's a first-hand experience with the absolute best medical providers (thank you for your service) during this odd time in our world.

    S1E2 - 1h 1m - Jul 3, 2021
  • Episode One : The Rambling

    In this exciting pilot episode (where Andy couldn't figure out how to use a mic right), the boys are on about cops. Pigs. The 5-O. The Fuzz. Ops. It was, unexpectedly, balanced and well thought out, which is odd for talking about the police in 2021. 

    S1E1 - 1h 16m - Jun 20, 2021
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