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Bet Bath & Beyond: Episode 50 – Bets of Glory

Written by bathboyian

February 2, 2021

It’s officially Super Bowl week! Andy and Ian discuss the legacy of Tom Brady and if Patrick Mahomes can ever compete. Andy still hasn’t made his hedge bet for the Super Bowl… he’s going to find a way to somehow lose money on it. Matthew Stafford has been traded to the LA Rams (formerly known as the LA Kings of Fraudland). Will he be good? Will he win his first playoff game? Will he win MVP?? Ian will give Andy all of King Midas’s gold if that happens. Ian makes a hot take about Kyler Murray. Deshaun Watson to Chicago is starting to make alot of sense. The bath boys talk about living forever and the best way to do it. End the episode with some nerd shit because Ian scored a couple sweet deals on Pokemon cards. New mix by Reif’s Drunk Beat Club at the end!

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