On this episode, Juliette reveals her impractical relationship with her car, finds trouble at the gas station, gets all screwed up, dirties her knees, defends chivalry to a crippled conclusion, introduces The Locksmith, has many firsts, attempts a five-step recovery program, and gets over it? all while drinking Copper Fiddle bourbon whiskey.
On this episode, Juliette gets a head start on drinking, experiences a shocking surprise, uses a Myth Busters argument, engages in a stare-down, takes matters into her own hands, unleashes chemical fury, calls a new number, debates bad decisions, introduces Wally Wrong Turn, experiences a direct sales nightmare, gets stuck with the bill, and finally heads in the right direction … All while drinking Clyde May’s straight bourbon whiskey.
On this episode, Juliette is joined by comedian, actor, and writer Nick Di Paolo. They discuss the politics of comedy, how audiences have changed over time, the way comedy has evolved, Nick’s podcast and new comedy special Inflammatory, his work with Chris Rock and writing for the Oscars ©A.M.P.A.S.®, as well as acting with Robert De Niro in the movie The Comedian.
On this episode, Juliette confronts a curmudgeon, wonders if there are worse things she could do, declines an invitation, fails the test of friendship, partners with Crazytown, loses underage cargo, and gives in to paramedics? all while eschewing Beer Barrel Bourbon in favor of 1792 small batch bourbon.
On this special interview episode, Juliette is joined by TV host and trade activist Mike Rowe. Often referred to as “the dirtiest man on TV,” Mike has travelled the country as host of “Dirty Jobs” on the Discovery Channel and “Somebody’s Gotta Do It” on CNN. He is the narrator for shows like “Deadliest Catch” and “American Chopper.” Juliette and Mike discuss the lessons he learned on television, the country’s relationship with work, and the scholarships available through the mikeroweWORKS Foundation. Mike also shares an “unwritable” story about his podcast and explains his case of mistaken identity with Metallica.
On this interview episode, Juliette talks with Richard Young, guitarist and vocalist of The Kentucky Headhunters. This Grammy- and CMA-winning band is known for their blend of honky-tonk, blues, and southern rock, and have just released their 12th album, On Safari. Richard and Juliette talk candidly about the band’s roots and the importance of family, and how both play an important role in creating music. Plus, don’t miss Richard’s secret recipe for Mexican hamburgers! Juliette’s drink of choice is Backbone bourbon.