The Karate kids kick off the sixth episode with thoughts on the upcoming Huskies-Ducks showdown, complete with a wager on the game.
From there, we talk Seahawks-Panthers, then devote the back half of the show to a more serious conversation on Steve Sarkisian and the difficulties of confronting the very real scenario of substance abuse in our everyday lives.
It’s a bit of different show this time around. Check it out.
Kelly’s love life has roped in a number of casual onlookers, including one of Seattle’s intrepid sports reporters. In true NFL pregame style, we break down the chances of finding love for each of these inquiring individuals.
On top of that, we enjoy a spirited discussion on the future of Tom Cable and the Seahawks, plus delve into a full post-mortem on your 2015 Seattle Mariners.
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Slickhawk kicks off Episode 4 by verbally suplexing another one of Seattle’s most loathed creatures. It’s a Karate Emergency tradition.
We then dispose of your Facebook hoaxes in a raging dumpster fire, analyze all the Golden Tate rumors, theorize about Momma Lynch’s grammatical acumen, weigh in on the Mariners front office, piss on the ashes of Oregon football, and tie it all together with a deep and meaningful conversation on dating one’s ex.
Check it all out in the fourth installment of Karate Emergency: The New Class, and be sure to find us on iTunes!
Kam Chancellor is back! But what does it mean for the Seahawks? And how about the 12th Man? Will all the #BlockedByKam fans be vindicated on Twitter? We investigate this and more.
In other news, we check in on Kelly’s dating life and the amazing Zack Morris-esque feat she pulled off on Friday. Plus a little venting on the Chinese president and a news story straight from the Steve Sarkisian school of expense reporting.
Two episodes in and we already have conflict. The Seahawks are in complete disarray, Slickhawk is in need of an intervention after one awful weekend, and Kelly may or may not have cheated at H-O-R-S-E on a date.
But there is good news!
We have an intro and an outro now, so enjoy the crap out of that.
Karate Emergency: The New Class is here to stay. Check it. Plus, find us on iTunes under “Karate Emergency.”
After a four-year hiatus, Karate Emergency reemerges with a new cast of characters (and one holdover), as the most irreverent Seattle sports podcast in a brief and underwhelming history makes its triumphant return to the airwaves.
The Karate kids unleash some grumpiness before discussing the insanity of the Kam Chancellor situation, the state of the Husky football program, and whatever it is the Mariners are doing these days. Rounding out the week’s banter is a rousing edition of America’s favorite game show, You Can Only Have One. And in-between are a fair amount of well allocated expletives.
Slickhawk, Kelly, and yours truly resuscitate KE with the very first episode of the show’s reboot. Whether you like it or not, we’re back.
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The inaugural season of Karate Emergency comes to a close in Episode XXXII as we wrap our sports talk for the summer and look towards fall.
The crew makes some bold predictions for the coming months, weighs in on Seattle’s Hoops 206 charity basketball game, touches on the Mariners, and leaves you with an enormous, Ryan Divish-related cliffhanger for Season 2.
Enjoy the H.A.G.S. edition of KE!
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