The Front Porch Radio Show
Harlan County, Kentucky natives, host Darren Farmer, and co-host Zac Saylor, take you down a road of what it's like to live in Appalachia America. Local news story commentary, national news commentary, sports, pop culture, politics, in the most unapologetically unprofessional manner possible.
We're still alive, hopefully the fans don't hate us.
After a 2 month hiatus, the guys are back in studio to ruin everyone's day. Thanks to all the fans that have stuck it out, we're gonna do better. Much Love.
Andrew and Darren are in studio catching everyone up on the what's going on in the world. Best friend of the show cuts a political ad, Joe Biden screams at people attending his rally, and Mike Leach takes us to the promised land.
With Zac and Andrew out of commission, Darren gives you 35 minutes of political and historical talk. George Norry would NOT approve.
With Zac out because he's with two women, Darren and Andrew discuss Andrew being chased by a bear, the Raiders, learning how Zoom works, and an arousing segment of "This Week in Nerd." Later in the show, the guys discuss the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Joe Biden letting the world know that 2/3 of the American population will be dead by the end of his speech.
Gilbert Gottfried gets nominated for a beautiful rendition of one of today's hottest songs, discussion of the rumors of OBJ being a fan of steamers, and Andrew is not a fan of Darren watching the Raiders game.
Two weeks in a row with at least one show! Darren and Andrew discuss a shameful display that took place at Camp Randall Stadium in Wisconsin, regulators of the NFL, and a little tease about the future.
With Darren and Andrew back in studio, the guys break down what the Cardi B hit single "WAP" means as a society, and Darren reveals a very dark secret about Matt Jones.
True to form, the guys are back after a week vacation.
On today's episode, Darren and Zac have a bet on whether or not Darren can go the entire episode without cursing, or being lewd. A little Kentucky football talk, and a nice discussion about how woman select a suitor.
Back for the time being, Darren, Zac, and Andrew discuss Darren's inspiration for taking a woman out, a former teaching having a little legal trouble, and Little Jerry Seinfeld the fighting chicken. Then there's a three minute stretch where the guys are like 80 year old men and are completely illiterate on technology.
Darren and Andrew are in studio with guest Adam Brock from the local band "Kudzu Killers." One of these days the show may be halfway serious, and Darren will have to learn how to conduct an interview.
Darren, Zac, and Andrew are finally back in studio to catch the world up on Mike Tyson, the sneaker sweat shop Darren is running in his basement, and sports starting to come back.
Darren and Andrew open up the show by playing a clip from 2013, and discuss what the ramifications would be if it were said in 2020.
Darren and Andrew are finally back in studio hoping to save what little of a following the show has.
After a week off, the guys are back in studio to give all of you show junkies a fix.
Darren, Zac, and Andrew discuss a few happenings of around the world, and the guys make a bet.
Darren, Zac, and Andrew are in studio talking about Space X sending people into space, Mike Tyson's love of DMT, and pawn shop name's of east Tennessee.
Darren, Zac, and Andrew sit down to discuss Andrew's habitual lying, and the George Floyd protests.
Darren gives The Portal another chance since ownership changed hands.
Darren is in studio by himself, basically rambling for 28 minutes. With the show's schedule being so messed up the past couple weeks, I felt like I (Darren) needed to at least try to give those of you who listen religiously a little something. I apologize in advance, because this is probably the worst episode I've ever released. Just know it was done for the fans, and with this episode we should blow by the 10,000 downloads mark. Thanks to each and every one of you that have supported us in this endeavor.
Darren and Andrew are in studio talking about the things in life that truly matter...
Andrew getting 50 followers on Twitch, Darren, Zac, and Tyler infuriating Andrew on his first live stream, the importance of fixing the broken link of our food supply, and "Patrick Ewing" makes an appearance.
With Andrew out sick, Darren and Zac discuss Andrew's first night on Twitch. Then, a little commentary about values, and and the shape this world is in.
With Zac out due to work, Darren and Andrew do a Mount Rushmore of cover songs that are better than the original. Andrew gives a teaser on how mad he was when he played video games online.
Darren, Zac, and Andrew are in studio discussing Rax roast beef sandwiches, the McDonald's drive-thru crapshoot, UFC, and putting your shopping cart in the buggy racks at stores.
After a long break do to unforeseen circumstances, the guys are all back in studio to catch up on a few happenings around the world.
Darren, Zac, and Andrew choose their co-pilots for a hypothetical cross country road trip.
Darren, Andrew, and Zac break down NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio's call for the Jewish community to stay home, and Donald Trump sends the guys his response to the U.N. regarding defunding the W.H.O.
On today's episode Darren lays down a sexy ass R&B track, Andrew tries to fight fate, and Zac welcomes flirty messages from women on the webnet.
Darren, Zac, and Andrew are all in studio talking about the best sports films, a little COVID talk, and Andrew's love affair with Mel Kiper.
The guys discuss Andrew's five year plan to get rich off of gaming, commentary on the women of the "Addicted to Love" video, and some late 80's/early 90's NBA banter.
Darren, Zac, and Andrew are all in studio. The guys discuss COVID conspiracy, Darren's hate for Ashton Hagans, and mailing Dave Portnoy a fighting chicken.
With Zac out due to work, Andrew and Darren lay out their Mount Rushmore of classic rock music. Per usual, Andrew is wrong.
With Zac out due to work, Darren and Andrew are a train wreck from start to finish.
The guys start out with a little COVID-19 talk, and it turns into Darren buying meth for hookers with his stimulus check.
Darren, Zac, and Andrew dive back into Tiger King, then the guys discuss sports because their souls are slowly dying due to COVID's war on sports.
Zac and Andrew join Darren in studio to discuss more of the happenings of the world because of COVID-19.
Co-host Andrew Lewis joins Darren in studio, and the guys do an in-depth analysis of the Mount Rushmore of rap music. Later on, Darren's mother phones in to give her disapproval of the show.
Darren is with Zac and Andrew in studio. The guys discuss the world's greatest phenomena "Tiger King," Macho Man and Hulk Hogan cut a promo, and the guys try to figure out why everyone is bashing on the MyPillow guy.
Co-host Big Gay Al, and guest Scat Daddy join the Oilman in studio to give everyone life saving advice on suitable substitutes for shit paper, tales from the Harlan Country Club, and the saga of the notorious cocaine kingpins of Dixietown.
Andrew and Chris are back joining Darren in studio. Andrew opens the show up slandering George "The Possum" Jones' good name, and ends up in timeout. Andrew and Chris have a debate about Andrew's "kill your mommy and daddy" music, and Darren breaks down the intricate specifications of the oil industry.
Co-host Andrew Lewis and special guest Chris Saylor join Darren in studio. The guys discuss delivering a baby in Norris Lake, the social distancing medical doctor on the golf course, and Adele sounding like she has a bag of gravels in her throat when she talks.
Darren and Andrew are in studio discussing the end times. The guys go over their top 4 movies to get them through the rest of time, and their top 5 songs that will be played on loop until all is done. An added bonus, white pasty cracker ass Andrew drops a little Wu Tang for your listening pleasure.
Darren and Zac are in studio with guest Jordan Howard, and the guys have an in depth discussion about the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Co-host Andrew joins Darren in studio while Zac is out for work. The guys talk about their trip to Cincinnati to get Andrew a new car, Darren touches on his Portal pizza review, and Andrew talks about the three men he'd want joining him during the zombie apocalypse.
The 2020 Front Porch Radio Show Sexy Murderer Madness Champion is crowned, and the guys have a special guest in for a somewhat professional discussion about the COVID 19 outbreak.
All of the guys are in studio to break down the Final Four of the 2020 Front Porch Radio Show Sexy Murderers Madness.
With March Sadness in full swing because of COVID-19, the guys put together a bracket of the best looking women accused of murder.
Darren is in studio with co-hosts Zac Saylor and Andrew Lewis, and the guys open up the show talking about the opioid epidemic. A small discussion about insulin, cancer, and socialized medicine breaks out, Darren announces his burial plans, and Zac talks about the time he tried to bribe a judge.
Darren is with guest Chris Saylor in studio to discuss the younger, simpler days in life. Chris talks about his dad and uncle running around like two teenagers again, and then the guys discuss a disgusting game.
Darren is joined by both co-hosts in studio, and describes how awkward it was when they finally met in person. The guys break down the game film on Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden, and give a brief PSA on combating the Coronavirus.
Darren and Andrew welcome Axl to the show, live from the jungle, and he's gonna make you bweeeed. The guys talk about how terrible of drug addicts they'd make, and Andrew makes fun of Axl's speech impediment because he's the absolute worst. And we wind things down with a local playing helicopter with two dogs that were knotted up.
Darren and Andrew have Chris Saylor back in studio to continue what is basically a reunion. Things go off the rail from the start of the show. The guys discuss a few gentleman's club experiences, a stripper club survival pack, road trippin' in a van, and Darren tries his hand at a semi-formal interview asking Chris about his glory days on the baseball diamond.
Guest Chris Saylor joins Darren and co-host Andrew in studio to look back on a few trips to Bristol, the important things in life like near death experiences, and self diagnosing yourself with Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Guest co-host Andrew Lewis is back in studio, and Darren presses him more on the dating game. A spirited debate about Andrew playing video games with AC/DC breaks out, and the guys eventually come up with a plan to get the ball rolling on the first ever Front Porch Radio Show Love Connection.
With the Democrats taking the debate stage in South Carolina last night, co-host Zac Saylor phones in so that he, Andrew, and Darren can bring you top notch political coverage. The guys eventually jump the shark, and discuss a "Front Porch Radio Show Dating Draft," and Darren's knack for being an announcer at a gentleman's club comes to fruition.
Darren opens up the show addressing an issue that has been brought to light. Guest co-host Andrew finally breaks down and watches "Uppity," and the guys discuss this legendary documentary, and Darren tries to convince Andrew to find love via the show.
With guest co-host Andrew Lewis and Begley in studio, the crew finishes up with telling the world Danny Chad's story. Begley tells us about her grandmother's dirty talk, and a story that paints Darren as the HERO everyone needs, but not everyone deserves.
Darren has guest co-host Andrew in studio, and they're joined by special guest Begley, in a beautiful tribute to the mountain legend Danny Chad. As well known as Davy Crockett or Daniel Boone, Danny Chad was fueled by leathery skin and bath salts, and we take a look back at the life of a true Harlan County luminary.
Co-host Zac Saylor rises from the grave, and is confronted about hiding from the show so he didn't have to talk about the Tyson/Bruce Lee poll. Zac tells us about his dad being a real jokester to people in public, Tim Couch blocking him on Twitter, and the guys discuss the hard time their hometown is facing.
Guest co-host Andrew Lewis joins Darren back in studio as Darren tackles the social problem of bullying, a couple of tales of erotica, and the guys take a call.
Guest co-host Andrew Lewis joins Darren in studio for a special Valentines Day episode. Although they didn't get to help anyone, Darren's true passion for wedding planning gets brought to the light, and Andrew declares his commitment is nWo 4-LiFe.
Darren has guest co-host Andrew Lewis, and guest TJ Falce back in studio. The show opens up with some breaking news, the guys discuss music used for sexy time, and TJ gives Darren a poor man's crash course on Catholicism.
Guest co-host Andrew is back in studio, with guest TJ Falce. The guys open up the show with Darren losing his mind over Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. A little more political punditry as the guys listen to Elizabeth Warren giving the nation a beautiful sermon, and Darren's new favorite pastime of right-wing twitter trolling.
Andrew tells the world about his 24 hour World of Warcraft bender, Darren files for podcast welfare, and the guys discuss the less than modest goals of the show.
Darren has guest Tyler Prewitt back in studio, while Zac tends to some personal matters. The two discuss a couple more parole and probation stories, touch on public education, and talk about Tom Brady's future.
Guest Tyler Prewitt comes in for a BBN edition of the show. The guys discuss Kentucky Sports Radio, and Tyler shares a few stories from his parole officer days.
Darren has guest co-host Andrew Lewis back in studio to tackle all of the world's problems. An Iron Sheik clip that Darren put on the Rodecaster Pro is used way too much, and some subtle STD talk.
With Zac back in studio, the guys open up discussing the helicopter crash of NBA star Kobe Bryant. Darren starts his own Coronavirus conspiracy, and the guys tackle things that rich white women have ruined for everyone else.
Guest co-host Andrew Lewis is called up from the bullpen, while Zac tends to some adult matters at work. The guys discuss some of the things they pulled off while in high school, and everyone's favorite "stories from the strip job."
With Zac out of the studio due to work, guest co-host Andrew Lewis comes in studio to fill the seat. Darren and Andrew tackle the big problems in life, parenting, lot lizards, and dealing with people working the drive thru.
With Zac in studio for a record 2nd time this week, things open up with a comin' to Jesus talk about Wrasslin'. Darren learns the Dixietown war cry, and the two discuss the best stand up comedians.
With Zac returning to studio, the guys tackle all the big news going on in the world. A high speed police chase, the "Megxit" controversy, and Darren using guardrail queens in culottes as eye candy at the local poker game.
With Zac unable to make it to studio because he's an adult and has a job, Darren goes off the rails with special guest co host Bluegrass Jack. A local singer/songwriter calls in, and is at odds with Darren over Sturgill Simpson's newest album. Finally, some tips from a former law enforcement officer to help you when you're dealing with the police during a traffic stop.
Zac dials in from Williamsburg, and the guys discuss beautiful women from Inez, Darren's mother grounding him for his language, the CFB National Championship, and touch on the Iran crisis, with guest Jordan Howard in studio.
As Zac tends to some personal things away from the studio, Darren takes calls and goes out on his own for the night.
On this episode of FPRS, the guys dive into the pros and cons of the worldwide phenomenon of social networking, and discuss how it's had an affect on society. Later in the program, their opinions on how Hollywood and city folk find it just fine to stereotype people from Appalachia. Also, the editor fell asleep halfway through editing, I'm sure something was missed. Rag Tag for life.
Darren and Zac get derailed from the Lebron or MJ debate, and talk about personal battles on the court. Touching on topics ranging from high school graduate Lebron James telling people to get educated, to Matt Bevin's pardons as he leaves office as Kentucky's governor.
The guys open up the show with their first call. A debate breaks out over single mothers cashing in on Tax Credits to upgrade to high end vehicles, and the guys dole out some less than savory love life advice.
In the guy's first show, they work around Darren's technological illiteracy.
Darren and Zac discuss the frustration of trying to shop local while trying to get products to promote the show.
Zac takes you on a trip down Memory Lane, and tells you about the "Miracle on Abe Hill."