CALGARY, Alberta — We here at Everything Cowboy Inc. are proud to bring you our podcast, Cowboy Sh*t with Ted and Wacey.
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For the week of June 2nd, 2021, Episode 14 of Season 4, Ted and Wacey welcome a three-time Wrangler NFR qualifier, three-time Canadian Champion with another Canadian title in the novice bareback riding back in 2007. He’s the most efficient bareback rider in the business and yet another Vold from Ponoka, please welcome Jake Vold!
For the week of May 19th, 2021, Episode 13 of Season 4, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson welcome a three-time Canadian Champion bull rider, PBR World Finalist, Calgary Stampede $100,000 Champion and the founder of Alpha Bull Inc., it’s Claresholm, Alberta’s Chad Besplug.
For the week of May 5th, 2021, Episode 12 of Season 4, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson speak to country music singer and songwriter Aaron Watson.
For the week of April 21st, 2020, Episode 89, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson speak to Vice President of the World Champions Rodeo Alliance (WCRA), Scott Davis.
World Champions Rodeo Alliance (WCRA) is a professional sport and entertainment entity, created to develop and advance the sport of rodeo by aligning all levels of competition. In association with PBR, WCRA produces major rodeo events, developing additional opportunities for rodeo industry competitors, stakeholders and fans. Since launching in May 2018, WCRA has awarded more than $8.5 million to rodeo athletes. To learn more visit www.wcrarodeo.com
For the week of April 7th, 2021 and Episode 10 of Season 4 Ted Stovin with co-host Wacey Anderson talk to the first Canadian to earn the title of PRCA World Champion Bull Rider in 1983 making his way to the Wrangler NFR on four separate occasions. He’s the 1986 Canadian Champion Bull Rider and 1994 Cowboy of the Year. In 2002 he would be inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and is a 2005 inductee into the Canadian Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame. Topping that off is the 2006 induction into the PBR’s Ring of Honor. Producing over 400 events through BullBustin’ Inc since 1993, he and wife and business partner Rhonda have raised over $2M for charity. He’s a three-time coach of Team Canada for the PBR’s World Cup and has been a color-commentator on OLN, ESPN, Rogers Sportsnet, TSN and CBC for over 20 years. Born and raised in Redcliff, Alberta now from Okotoks, it’s Cody Snyder.
For the week of March 24th, 2021 and Episode 9 of Season 4 Ted Stovin with co-host Wacey Anderson interview a man whose overseen $1 billion in sponsorship sales to date, he was the CEO of PBR 1995 to 2010 and CEO of IndyCar from 2010 to 2012. A co-manager of Garth Brooks, and creator of RFD TV’s The American, he’s a visionary in western sports and a man that we are proud to have on the show, please welcome Randy Bernard.
For the week of March 10th, 2021 and Episode 8 of Season 4 Ted Stovin with co-host Wacey Anderson converse with a six-time PBR World Finals qualifier and former three-event cowboy who also qualified for the Wrangler NFR in 2005. Three times he would tour the globe on The Amazing Race with his brother Jet, finishing second on the 16th season. He’s a proud father and stock contractor sporting some of the top bulls in the PBR. Coming to us from Lane, Oklahoma, it’s Cord McCoy.
For the week of February 24th, 2021 and Episode 7 of Season 4 Ted Stovin with co-host Wacey Anderson welcome the #1 New York Times bestselling author of twenty-eight novels including the Joe Pickett series. Winner of the Edgar Alan Poe Award for Best Novel for Blue Heaven in 2009. He was awarded the 2016 Western Heritage Award for Literature by the National Cowboy Museum and the Spur Award from Western Writers of America for Best Contemporary Novel. The novels have been translated into 30 languages and over ten million copies of his books have been sold in the U.S. and abroad. He’s an Executive Producer on ABC’s Big Sky which is based on his Cassie Dewell novels starting with The Highway. Hailing from Saratoga, Wyoming where he lives with his wife Laurie, please welcome to the progrum, C. J. Box.
For the week of February 10th, 2021 and Episode 6 of Season 4 Ted Stovin with co-host Wacey Anderson welcome the 2020 CCMA Male Artist of the Year and a JUNO award winner, with two gold records to his name. A father of three, he’s “The New King of Canadian Country” according to the Canadian Press. A fifth-generation Albertan and the pride of Flat Lake, Brett Kissel.
For the week of January 27th, 2021 and Episode 5 of Season 4 Ted Stovin with co-host Wacey Anderson and guest host James Foley bullshit with this singer-songwriter from North Carolina, he’s brought us some of the most authentic country music in our generation, direct from the back of the bucking chutes. Song titles include: BRSOB, Broncin’, Above the Law and Out All Night. But it’s not only the music, he’s one of the top announcers in western sports and co-founder and General Manager of Ultimate Bullfighters. He’s a man that wears many hats, all of them Cowboy, please welcome to the show, Luke Kaufman.
For the week of January 13th, 2021 and Episode 4 of Season 4 Ted Stovin with co-host Wacey Anderson and guest host James Foley welcome a University of Alberta graduate and 31 year veteran of the banking industry to the program. He’s the VP of Community Initiatives at ATB Financial and was commissioner of the Canadian Finals Rodeo from 2006 to 2017. He’s a current member of the board of directors for the Hockey Alberta Foundation and Canadian Pro Rodeo Sports Medicine Team. Inventor of the toe drag and the original Johnny Hockey, we are proud to welcome to the show, John Windwick.
For the week of December 30th, 2020 Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson are once again with guest host James Foley. Today on the show, it’s a man whose views on western politics, small town humour, farming, oil and more have been a hit sensation over the past year with over five million views on YouTube. This agricultural technician tells it like it is with his humor, rhymes, and entertaining beard from Tuffnell, Saskatchewan, Dickson Delorme, more often known as QuickDick McDick.
For the week of December 16th, 2020 Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson with guest host James Foley bring on the show a team roper, engineer, rodeo committee member and the founder of Bottom Hand Rance Services, from Airdrie, Alberta via Dubai, it’s Tariq Elnaga.
For the week of December 2nd, 2020 Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson host the man who was the voice of the PBR for over 17 years, fortunate enough to call some of the biggest moments in the sport’s history. At the end of the 2019 World Finals, he moved on from the PBR to pursue new interests, launching his own clothing brand, Rural Cloth LLC. A dedicated family man and father of three daughters, outdoorsman, and lover of the western lifestyle, Brandon Bates.
For the week of November 18th, 2020 Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson visit with a man who enjoyed a successful hockey career spanning nearly 20 years. He represented team Canada at the 2003 Hlinka Gretzky Cup, and won the 2006 Memorial Cup with the Vancouver Giants. In 2005 he was drafted 154th overall by the Boston Bruins (not a big deal), and currently he plays for the Jacksonville Icemen of the ECHL. Additionally, he operates his own skills and conditioning program and serves as the hockey ambassador on the Indigenous Sport Council, it’s Wacey Rabbit.
For the week of November 4th, 2020 Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson host Western Canadian singer and songwriter, Colter Wall.
Wall’s new record, Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs, can be found wherever you get your music and at ColterWall.com
For the week of October 21st, 2020 Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson welcome the CEO and Commissioner of the Professional Bull Riders (PBR), former guest of Episode No. 25, from his mobile RV office in Pueblo, Colorado, Sean Gleason.
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For the week of October 7th, 2020 Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson get to the third event list of Canada’s Greatest Ever. For the 75th Episode they bring in former guest, of Episode No. 61, Chance Butterfield and CFR qualifier Craig Guthrie to talk about the greatest steer wrestlers ever from north of the 49th.
A special thanks goes out to stat man Bryan Neill for his help in the gathering of the stats for this list!
For the week of September 23rd, 2020 Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson invite 15 year veteran of photography and the co-host of the “Big Lens Fast Shutter” podcast to the show. Opinionated and outspoken, talented and accomplished, it has been said that he’s the “World’s Finest Rodeo Photographer”. From the bay area of San Francisco – it’s Matt Cohen.
For the week of September 9th, 2020 with Ted Stovin, Wacey Anderson have a chat with PBR insider and senior editor Justin Felisko.
For the week of August 26th, 2020 with Ted Stovin, Wacey Anderson speak to two-time Wrangler NFR qualifier, three-time CFR qualifier and now CPA and partner at MNP Lloydminster, Kagan Sirett.
For the week of August 12th, 2020 with Ted Stovin, Wacey Anderson visit with eight-time Canadian Finals Rodeo qualifier, three-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier, two-time PBR World Finals qualifier, 1997 Canadian Champion Bull Rider, 2001 Canadian Hi-Point Champion and 2020 Canadian Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame inductee, Robert Bowers.
For the week of July 29th, 2020 with Ted Stovin, Wacey Anderson and special guest host Corb Lund.
What started with his first drum kit at six years old turned into his first band when he was in junior high which led to eventually working with his father’s band in 1998. From there he would start into solo shows recording his debut EP in 2016, Forever a Cowboy following it up and his first full-length project, Sagebrush in 2017. His latest effort, Next In Line, took him to opening for shows with Toby Keith, Aaron Watson and Garth Brooks. From Kaycee, Wyoming, Ned LeDoux.
For the week of July 15th, 2020, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson visit with four-time PBR World Finals Qualifier and the 2015 PBR Canada Champion bull rider turned bullfighter, Tanner Byrne.
For the week of July 1st, 2020, Canada Day, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson fill the void of this year’s cancelled Calgary Stampede by making the trip out west to have a chat with Honorary Parade Marshall Filipe Masetti Leite. By the time you listen to this show, Filipe will have finished his third and final Long Ride. His first began in 2012 at the Calgary Stampede and ventured 10,000 miles to Barretos, Brazil. You can read about that journey in his book Long Ride Home. His second Long Ride went from Barretos to the southern tip of South America. His third and final began last fall in Alaska and ends this week at the Calgary Stampede, back where it all began. Guest host James Foley is back for the second show in a row and you can find Filipe on social media via the links below.
For the week of June 17th, 2020, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson converse with 1993 PRCA Reserve World Champion and the 1994 PRCA World Champion, a three-time WNFR qualifier and two-time Canadian Champion. In October of 2019 he was named the greatest bull rider in Canadian history according to Everything Cowboy from Pink Mountain, British Columbia we are proud to welcome Daryl Mills.
For the week of June 3rd, 2020, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson welcome Brett Edwards. Edwards was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky earning a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Dayton. Immediately after college, Brett moved out to Los Angeles to pursue a career as an actor and writer. Edwards is known for his work on American Sniper, The Longest Ride and Westworld. Brett wrote, produced, and starred in the award-winning short film The Heeler alongside Academy Award Winner J.K. Simmons. This summer you can find his new book, Sacred Land, a neo-western Cowboys and Indians on Amazon or Kindle.
For the week of May 20th, 2020, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson, talk to the elusive “Gator” he’s been mentioned before on the show but today we finally got him convinced to share his story about being Kidnapped in Istanbul. It’s a wild one too. The truth is though, he’s one of our greatest friends, he’s a man of many talents and you may have met him as a music director on the rodeo trail or in his work with Dow. Thanks to Ryan Pietrucki for sharing this insane story.
For the week of May 6th, 2020, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson, the guys host the most famous guest in show history. It’s an honor to present Larry the Cable Guy. Larry is a multi-platinum recording artist, two-time Grammy nominee, four-time Billboard award winner and one of the top comedians in the world. Part of the Blue Collar comedy Tour, Larry has been the voice of Mater in Disney’s Cars 1, 2 and 3. Larry and his wife Cara created The Git-R-Done Foundation, which was named after Larry’s signature catchphrase, which has donated more than 7 million dollars to various charities. Larry’s new special, Remain Seated can now be found wherever you get your content. For more with Larry, check out LarrytheCableGuy.com
For the week of April 22nd, 2020, Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson, with the help of Canadian icon and two-time NFR qualifier Wayne Vold and speak to three-time Canadian Champion, three-time Wrangler NFR Qualifier and Calgary Stampede Champion Dustin Flundra, discuss the Top 10 greatest saddle bronc riders ever from Canada.
For the week of April 8th, 2020, Ted and Wacey speak to three-time Canadian Champion, three-time Wrangler NFR Qualifier and two-time PBR World Finalist Rob Bell now making his home in Stonewall, Louisiana. Bell is one the the greatest bull riders ever from Canada, originally from Houston, British Columbia, a childhood hero of both Stovin and Anderson. For those curious, this is the video we speak to in the second half of the show: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=765635023964199
Amidst the Coronavirus pandemic Ted and Wacey go back to an interview with CFR Steer Wrestling qualifier and twitter comedian Chance Butterfield for Episode No. 61, the first quarantine pod and the first time the boys haven’t done the show both from HQ. Butterfield nearly died in a horse accident in High Prairie and tells us about the harrowing tale among other pursuits in his career.
With one of the biggest announcements in recent rodeo history, the Calgary Stampede and PRCA signed a brand new multi-year partnership, for episode No. 60 Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson sit down with Calgary Stampede Rodeo and Chuckwagon Manager Kynan Vine and PRCA Media Director Scott Kaniewski to discuss.
It’s Hockey, Hanna style. Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson chat with Hanna Cowboy Hockey Tournament founders Lowell Johnston and Darren Jones along with Big Valley team members Dylan Houston and Kade Grant-Johansen. We may have lost the tournament but this episode was a ton of fun!
The episode you have all been waiting for, The Bachelor Season 2. Ted Stovin has lined up four eligible bachelorettes for our boy Wacey Anderson, will this be the year Wacey finds love or will we be back for Season 3 next year? Tune in to find out!
For the week of January 29th 2020, the “statcast”. Ted Stovin and Wacey Anderson chat with probullstats.com founder Slade Long. Slade has been gathering data on bulls and riders form past and present for years, his numbers and recorded outs have brought a whole new aspect to the bull riding world.
Episode No. 56 brings us very a special guest, professional photographer Covy Moore. Covy has shot some of the biggest rodeo, bull riding, and racing events in North America, the boys chat with Covy about how he got his start and much more!
January 1st, 2020 – Episode No. 55, features six-time PRCA World Champion Sage Kimzey, 2013 World Champion and four-time Canadian Champion Shane Hanchey and a return visit with country music recording artist Corb Lund.
Episode No. 54, “The Judgecast”, this week the boys chat with longtime PBR Canada Judges Justin Keeley and Bear Lightbown.
Episode No. 53 is one you don’t want to miss, the boys welcome two-time PBR World Champion Jess Lockwood and the always funny James Foley to the pod. We share some great stories and a lot of laughs!
For the week of November 20th, 2019, Episode No. 52. brings us to the second episode of our CFR Athlete Hot Stove interviews. This time around Ted Stovin sits down with Stacey Ruzika, Richmond Champion, and Brett Gardiner.
For Episode No. 51. The boys speak to Zeke Thurston, Jeremy Buhler, and Levi Simpson during the Canadian Finals Rodeo to talk about their world titles and their 2019 seasons.
Episode No. 50! To celebrate this benchmark the boys sit down with Chad Besplug and Don Johansen to break down the list of the Top 10 Bull Riders in Canadian history, you don’t want to miss this one!
Episode No. 49 brings us a really cool interview with professional bull rider Jared Parsonage, we chat about the current season, as well talk about where Jared got his start.
For episode No. 48 we chat with the General Manager of the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association Jeff Robson to discuss all things CFR.
Episode No. 47 we are lucky enough to get some time to interview the greatest Bull Rider of all time, Dale Brisby. As well, we get to chat with the man behind the camera Randy Quartieri. You don’t want to miss this one!
For episode No. 46 the boys chat with CFR and Calgary Stampede qualifier Craig Weisgerber, lots of laughs were had and even an encounter with a movie star…
Episode No. 45 brings us to our interview with Lane Peterson, Lane has been selected seven times to judge the CFR and comes from one of Canada’s legendary stock contracting families.
For episode No. 44 the boys chat with Lakota Bird, Lakota is a three-time College National Finals Rodeo qualifier and the first woman to win an All-Around title at a Canadian Professional Rodeo.
Our post Calgary Stampede episode, episode No. 43 we sit down with Canadian Champion Bull Rider and the assistant coach for Team Canada at the upcoming PBR Global cup Tanner Girletz.
Episode No. 42 we sit down with Canadian bullriding superstar Zane Lambert to tee up the 2019 Calgary Stampede and to share some stories from the road.
For Episode No. 41 we visit with Brinson James Harris the son of Hollywood Harris, Brinson has made a name for himself in the western sports world as one of the top entertainers in our business. We had a lot of fun with this show and may have been a tad hungover…
I call him the most interesting man in the world, he’s Peter Gebraad. Peter is the producer of the PBR’s Monster Energy Tour, owner or SplashFX and founder of the Gems of Mazatlan. I’m even competing in the Lupe Cup on September 7th in support of the Gems of Mazatlan.
To donate, visit this link >> https://melindagebraad.wixsite.com/thegemsofmazatlan
World renowned silversmith and founding member of The Traditional Cowboy Arts Association Scott Hardy joins Ted and Wace for Episode No. 39.
Director of Golf at the Valley Ridge Golf Course, Curtis Robertson, joins the show ahead of the Canadian Cowboy Classic golf tournament in support of the Canadian Pro Rodeo Sports Medicine Team on June 18th at Valley Ridge. For more information visit CanadianCowboyClassic.com
Former professional bullfighter Jason Davidson of 3D Bull Riding Inc., PBR Canada and Thunder Creek Player Management is our guest ahead of the 2019 PBR Canada Monster Energy Tour’s Eastern Run.
A man of many talents, Scott Davis, Vice President of the WCRA joins us for Episode No. 35. Former Editor-in-chief at the PBR and communications director at the PRCA, author Kendra Santos joins Episode No. 36
Episodes No. 34 to 36 are sponsored by the World Champions Rodeo Alliance (WCRA) in a three-part series speaking of the progress after one year changing the game in the rodeo world. For the first segment we visit with WCRA President and guest of our 11th and 12th shows, Bobby Mote.
The second half of our interview with Ron MacLean is the feature of Episode No. 33.
For No. 32, I organize four dates for a bachelor episode for my pal Wacey Anderson. Will Wacey find love? Listen to the show to find out!
He’s a writer, broadcaster, lover of chocolate, wine, horses and libraries, he’s a Cowboy of the Year and has announced every major rodeo in Canada, Mr. David A. Poulsen joins the 31st show to finish off a triple header of episodes in January.
Two-time Canadian Champion and three-time PBR World Finals Qualifier Dakota Buttar of Kindersley, Saskatchewan joins milestone Episode No. 30.
To kick off 2019, Wrangler NFR Aggregate Champion and 2017 Canadian Champion Barrel Racer, Carman Pozzobon joins the show.
For the week of December 19th, 2018, Episode No. 2 of Season No. 2, we speak to alt-country singer-songwriter and Southern Alberta’s own, Corb Lund.
To begin Season 2 of Cowboy Sh*t, two-time Canadian Champion saddle bronc rider Clay Elliott joins the show ahead of his third trip to the WNFR. It’s that time of year and Clay tells us a few stories we hope you’ll enjoy.
Four-time WNFR qualifier, bareback rider Orin Larsen of Inglis, Manitoba, now living in Gering, Nebraska joins the final show of Season 1, it’s episode No. 26 from back at HQ in Calgary, Alberta.
CEO of the Professional Bull Rider (PBR) Sean Gleason joins Episode No. 25 live from Las Vegas, Nevada ahead of the 25th edition of the PBR World Finals at the T-Mobile Arena.
Avid podcast fan, nine-time Canadian Finals Rodeo Qualifier and 2015 Canadian Champion Header Roland McFadden joins Episode No. 24, the final of three episodes sponsored by CFR 45 in Red Deer, Alberta.
CEO of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), George Taylor is our guest for episode No. 23, sponsored by CFR 45 from in Red Deer, Alberta from October 30th to November 4th, for more information visit CFRRedDeer.ca.
Eight-time Canadian Pro Rodeo Announcer of the Year, Brett Gardiner joins episode No. 22 sponsored by the 45th edition of the Canadian Finals Rodeo in Red Deer, Alberta.
Host of Rogers Hometown Hockey, Hockey Night in Canada, author of Hockey Towns and Cornered, Canadian Icon Ron MacLean joins Episode No. 21 for the first of two shows. MacLean has worked the Calgary Stampede for 33 years and shares numerous incredible stories we know you’ll love to hear.
After passing the $1.6 million-dollar mark in money raised, we speak to former Calgary Flame, veteran of over 500 games in the NHL and namesake of the Glencross Charity Roughstock Invitational, Curtis Glencross for our 20th show.
Terry Andryo of ATB Financial joins the show on August 15th to speak sponsorship and bring a different perspective to western sports.
In our first of three episodes in August we visit with the manager of Rodeo and Chuckwagon Racing at the Calgary Stampede and former Professional Bullfighter Kynan Vine.
On the heels of the Calgary Stampede and the announcement of his retirement, three-time Canadian Champion and two-time Calgary Stampede Champion Scott Schiffner joins the show for Episode No. 17.
On the heels of the Calgary Stampede and the announcement of his retirement, three-time Canadian Champion and two-time Calgary Stampede Champion Scott Schiffner joins the show for Episode No. 17.
Episode No. 15 is the first live on location podcast, Wacey and I chat with Slim Wilson ahead of the Cluny Lions Charity Bullarama on July 2nd.
Brandon Thome of the Canadian Pro Rodeo Sports Medicine Team is in studio for Episode No. 14 talking about the Canadian Cowboy Classic Golf Tournament coming up on June 14th among other things.
We get back to hockey in Episode No. 13 with Stanley Cup Champion, PBR Judge, Chute Boss and Bucking Bull owner Curtis Leschyshyn.
In Episodes No. 11 and 12 for we speak to four-time PRCA World Champion Bareback Rider and President of the newly formed World Champions Rodeo Alliance (WCRA), Bobby Mote. It’s everything you need to know about the WCRA in both shows!
For the tenth show, the first in the double digits we speak with author of The Crazy Game and former NHL goaltender Clint Malarchuk.
Our second World Champ joins the show but he’s our first American guest. He’s also the 2012 and 2015 Canadian Pro Rodeo Association Tie-Down Roping Champion and an all-around beauty, it’s Shane Hanchey.
Wacey and I have our first World Champion on the show in Episode No. 8, it’s Big Valley, Alberta’s Zeke Thurston. He has our best definition yet for Cowboy Shit.
In the seventh show we had a huge talk with Canada’s winningest bull rider ever in the PBR, three-time Canadian Champion Aaron Roy. Roy returns to competition in Lethbridge, Alberta on March 2nd.
We continue our conversation with Scott Byrne in Episode No. 6 and have a hilarious talk for Valentine’s Day with the one and only Tayla Fraser or Whiskey & Pickle Juice.
For the fifth episode we talk Skijordue 2018 with Sam Mitchell and start the first half of a two part conversation with Canadian bullfighting legend, Scott Byrne.
In the fourth installment of the podcast it’s everything about the 45th Canadian Finals Rodeo. With the news of the move from Edmonton to Red Deer we speak with Jeff Robson of the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association and Ben Antifaiff of Westerner Park for their take.
For Episode No. 3 we talk about Ty Pozzobon and the Ty Pozzobon Foundation with Rusty Clunie, Randy Quartieri and Tanner Byrne.
For episode No. 2 we welcomed steer wrestler Scott Guenthner, Canada’s top money earner at the 2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
In the first episode we introduce ourselves, talk about what the show is going to be about, the current CFR negotiations and have our first guest on the show, Canadian Champion Bull Rider Jordan Hansen.
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These are the first of many episodes. Our goal with the show is to further promote our western way of life, this time in a different setting. As per the name, there’s no bull shit in this show and we don’t hold anything back.
We hope you enjoy “Cowboy Sh*t” with Ted and Wacey.