Greetings Earthlings! The Podcast Zillionaire’s return for another episode. First, Solo catches us up on his latest spooky adventure while living the hotel life overseas. Then, we bang heads about who gets the most credit for Golden State’s superb performance in the NBA finals. Chizzler flip flops on his finals prediction and ends up disrespecting Lebron James. The guys wrap up the discussion with talk of the new Seahawks backup QB and their latest Netflix obsessions.
The podcast lives. Solo starts a long European tour but the Zillionaires still manage to bring you another episode. We talk NBA finals and give our predictions. Spoiler alert: one of us is totally wrong and it’s not who you think. Then we switch gears and have a nice respectable roundtable discussion on the Seahawks Offensive Coordinator, Darrell Bevell. As if that is possible.
In Episode 8, the Zillionaires remember and pay tribute to Seahawks legend Cortez Kennedy who passed away this week. They also dive into the NBA Finals and Lebron James’ place in basketball history. Krusty drops a new segment recounting stupid moments in Seattle sports history. They end the show on a lively debate about their least favorite “sport.” Subscribe now on iTunes and in the Google Play Music store.
New episode, new guest! The Zillionaire’s welcome an old friend to the podcast this week and discuss the Seahawks move to bring in Eddie Lacy at running back this offseason. They also dive into the current Mariners debacle on the mound. Is the Mariner’s season over already? Don’t fret, things get a lot lighter when each of the guys discuss their funniest personal sports memory and Chizzler brings some low-brow observational humor.
The Zillionaires are back on the mic. In Episode 6, things get a little heated when the guys talk backup QB options for the Seahawks. Things settle down quickly when they move on to discuss their least favorite Seattle Mariner players of all-time. Chizzler recounts getting Ken Griffey Jr’s autograph, Krusty drops another beer recommendation, and Solo humorously describes one of the challenges of people watching in Brooklyn, NY. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes if you like what you hear.