Ericka and Corey are still recovering from the storm as they discuss Valentine’s Day and the scary bear placement, the one-day school week, forgetting to get my son, and so much more.
Ericka and Corey go crazy talking about Nemo. The storm maybe over, but the remains linger on. Does school ever open up for Ericka and why does she not want to hear Corey’s adventure with the storm?
Since, it’s Valentine’s Day they duo talk about what they got for this romantic day and what they didn’t get.
Ericka and Corey go on tangents this week as they talk about the blizzard a comin’, the joys of taking classes onlines, renovations and hotel stay, how to change your toilet seat cover and so much more.
Ericka and Corey have their weekly chat as they discuss the difference between mineral oil and castor oil, silly rules and why people don’t follow them, why taking away electronics doesn’t work, and Ericka FINALLY walks up to the podium to announce something.
Ericka and Corey are talking about a mystery box showing up, how fast time flies when school is back in, a snow day that screws up all the day’s plans, empty promises, how to lose your electronics, death of a dear (electronic) friend, and so much more.
Ericka and Corey get back on their “complaining train” as they discuss the problems on the bus, upset children, who is BOB?, the SUV letter, Corey have a run in with the cops, and so much more.
Ericka and Corey doing some catching up this week as they do a followup on what Ericka did to remember those lost in Newtown, Christmas finally gets here and underwear arrives. Ericka also shows us how not to put shoes on for going to church, Cadbury starts selling something at Christmas now, Corey shows off his latent homosexuality, and so much more.
Ericka and Corey sit down and change the pace of the show this week as they talk about the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. They try to “wrap their heads” around the incident and discuss the constant reporting on the local news and why nothing new was being said. Obama’s speech and his appearance in town are mentioned and what looked different in Connecticut at they waited for his appearance. The duo also try to figure out what ways the kids could be made safer in the schools and what types of gun control there should be.
Ericka and Corey talk about being subpoenaed, school being over….for now, how hard it is to shop for a kid, but easy to shop for an adult, giving away what you are getting by all the phone calls received and the end of Christmas shopping…oh wait…no it’s not!