Howard Stern, Bubba Wallace, Joe Biden, Dale Jones & Avalanche Hating Squirrels - COUNTRY-ish with Jon Reep!

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In this episode of COUNTRY-ish Jon and Sebastian talk about Jon’s Dallas gig and why he left Dallas to watch the Panthers vs. Dallas game at home with his mom.

Then, in BEST TRENDS, October 5th is World Teacher's Day and there’s a lot of NASCAR news. Bubba Wallace becomes the first Black driver to win a NASCAR Cup Series race since 1963, a newscaster tries to cover up “F JOE BIDEN" chants, and a former NASCAR driver is fatally shot after attacking his ex-wife with hatchet.

Next up, it’s time for the TROLL PATROL! And this weeks victim is The Howard Stern Show. Does Jon know the difference between Brandi Carlile and Belinda Carlisle?

After that, the boys play another round of HOW MUCH IS THAT SCREEN ACTORS GUILD RESIDUAL CHECK? How much was this check from one episode of JANE THE VIRGIN?

Then, it’s WHO'S ZOOMIN' WHO? when comedian DALE JONES joins the show to talk about his origin story, parents, and who he would choose for the "F, Marry, Kill Game" between Kathleen Madigan, Melissa McCarthy, and Fortune Feimster?

And finally in SMALL TOWN NEWS in Fargo, North Dakota, a Squirrel stored 350 pounds of walnuts inside of a man’s Chevy Avalanche.

This episode is nutty, squirrelly, and chopped full of fast-paced laughter!

Join actor/comedian Jon Reep as he hosts his weekly show COUNTRY-ish from Hickory, NC!

Join Jon and his crew as they play a round of "HOW MUCH IS THAT SCREEN ACTORS GUILD RESIDUAL CHECK?", go online with the TROLL PATROL, talk about the latest BEST TRENDS, and share the latest SMALL TOWN NEWS! It's a little bit country... but a whole lot of fun!

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