We kick off Season 2 of Vista Reviews with a well-known Utah landmark.
The boys start by discussing the return of Josh Holt from a Venezuelan prison, an apology from the LDS church that turned out to be a hoax and much, much more.
The boys start by discussing their new Radio War with NPR, play a game of “Will They or Won’t They” with Utah’s medical marijuana bill and much, much more.
The boys start by discussing state law taking into effect day, the LDS Church ending its relationship with the Boy Scouts and potentially entering into a worldwide cookie conspiracy and much much more.
The boys start by discussing the Internet’s outrage over a Utah teen’s prom dress, a lawyer who used the Jazz game as an excuse to file late paperwork — and got away with it and much, much more.
The boys start by shaming Ray and all Jazz fans for blowing a 25-point lead and discuss whether they along with all hugs are on the hot seat.
The boys are back and begin by discussing Ray’s Chinese adventures including discussion about how great the Great Wall really is and whether he actually ate a locust, then move on to Heinz’s controversial new nationally available brand of Fry Sauce and much, much more.
The boys start by discussing a charter school in some hot water for some questionable policies, the “Elizabeth Smart” Bill that was introduced in Rhode Island and much, much more.
The boys discuss the Salt Lake International Tattoo Convention and their personal thoughts on tattoos, a disgruntled arborist who committed vandalism in Springdale and much, much more.
The boys discuss their uncomfortable trip to the anti-porn convention at the Salt Palace, a story about an Idaho teacher feeding a puppy to a snapping turtle and much, much more.