While Marcus enjoys his Honeymoon, Nate makes a call to the bullpen for a guest co-host and brings in friend of the program Dennis "Black-And-Asian" Frasier. The guys chat about the NBA Playoffs and debut a new segment called "Ask A Soccer Negro". Later they're joined by "The Professor" Kris Ealy to discuss the week's NFL news & preview the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight. Finally, Ciara Reid returns to talk about Ben Affleck's past and Bruce Jenner's future in Segment 4!
April 25th, 2015
April 17th, 2015
Marcus is back this week as he recaps his wedding in Las Vegas including some unexpected wedding crashers. The Kings preview the first round of the NBA playoffs and discuss the latest police incident — this one involving Atlanta Hawks guard Thabo Sefolosha. Plus, Marcus shares the Britt McHenry story to Nate while on the air and let's just say a certain co-host goes on a rant.
April 9th, 2015
Nate goes solo this week as he recaps the NCAA championship game between Duke and Wisconsin and then dives into some "Final Four Ratchetness" discussing the Andrew Harrison/Frank Kaminsky controversy. Plus, the winner of the "March Mania" bracket challenge is announced and Nate has a special message for Marcus as he prepares to get married this weekend.
April 3rd, 2015
The Kings have a hard time staying focused this week as they say goodbye to the "Ringside Rap" with a look back at WrestleMania 31. Nate and Marcus give their thoughts on the Final Four and "Ask a Hockey Negro" look into why a certain NHL fan base is cheering when its team loses. Plus in Segment 4, Justin Bieber makes a babyface turn and find out what one idiot in New Mexico tossed on stage at Dave Chappelle.
March 27th, 2015
Nate and Marcus are joined by the Canadian sensation and "Live Audio Wrestling" co-host Jason Agnew in our final stop on the long, bumpy road to WrestleMania 31. The Kings break down the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament and "Ask a Hockey Negro" touches on a 9-year-old hockey fan who has a vocabulary of a 29-year-old with two degrees. Plus in Segment 4, we discuss Mo'ne Davis and the legacy of Steve Nash.
March 20th, 2015
We're celebrating our two-year anniversary of the podcast with two guests: PipeBomb Radio founder Felix Olmedo and listener Steve Kasan join the show to talk with the Kings. "Ask a Hockey Negro" quickly spirals into "Ask a Car Chase expert" plus Segment 4 touches on Damon Dash and Creflo Dollar.
March 13th, 2015
Former WWE writer Alex Greenfield chats with Nate Milton on the latest installment of our Road to WrestleMania. Marcus recaps his time at the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao press conference and the Kings play a new game called "Slam it or Jam it" following a busy week in NFL free agency. Segment 4 once again delivers the crazy with a story about a R&B singer allegedly roughing up her 30-year-old daughter and a former female wrestler busting her man as a result of a robbery.
March 6th, 2015
Ciara Reid returns to the show to discuss WrestleMania 31, the Bill DeMott allegations in NXT and Empire. Marcus recaps his weekend at UFC 184 and Ring of Honor and "Ask a Hockey Negro" highlights a Russian hockey brawl involving 8-year-olds. And in Segment 4, we discuss the greatest 5-foot-2 junior high point guard to come from the state of Minnesota.
February 28th, 2015
Best-selling wrestling author Brian Shields joins the Kings to discuss WWE's Fastlane, Sting's involvement in the company leading up to WrestleMania 31 and his time in the video game industry at Acclaim. Marcus recaps his trip to the Stadium Series during "Ask a Hockey Negro" and we learn why you should never say anything bad about Manny Pacquiao in the Philippines.
February 19th, 2015
Nate and Marcus are joined by "The Professor" Kristoffer Ealy to preview WWE's Fastlane PPV and the current road to WrestleMania. Nate shares a funny home economic tale from his high school days. "Ask a Hockey Negro" touches on this weekend's Stadium Series game between San Jose and Los Angeles. Plus, Lolo Jones doesn't want you watching Fifty Shades of Grey and why the heck are the Kings discussing Afroman in 2015?