FILE - In this Oct. 2, 1984 file photo, Sam Sianis, owner of the Billy Goat Tavern in Chicago, acknowledges the crowd along with his goat prior to a National League playoff game between the San Diego Padres and the Cubs in Chicago. Cubs fans Erik Williams and Brad Knaub are hoping to exorcise the Curse of the Billy Goat this postseason by, well, slaughtering one of their own goats. They own a company that produces sausage and other food from locally sourced meats. Now, perhaps this entire endeavor is another crackpot scheme by Cubs fans to help deliver a World Series title. But research has proven that superstitions actually do help athletes perform better. (AP Photo)
This episode is brought to you by the Chicago Cubs! Okay, not really…. But we DO talk about the amazing win and curse braking victory of the 2016 Chicago Cubs at the 2016 World Series! We then elaborate on our favorite curses, we get drunk, and I (Joel) once again, make a complete ass of myself under the influence. Join us, laugh at (or with) us, and always drink responsibly!