#20 – Broccoli and Trees with Mike Z

This week The Neighbors Upstairs spoke with the one and only Cannabis Business coach, Michael Zaystev AKA Mike Z. He spoke about how and why he got involved in the cannabis industry, the different cannabis-related events he’s organized, bad trips, munchies, and his brand new book that talks about breaking into the cannabis industry.

#18 – Cash Rules Everything Around Me

This week, The Neighbors Upstairs conversed with their long time friend Adam. They spoke about the debt created and collateral damage cities have endured via the protests and riots, the cost of cancel culture on human originality and the advertising world, media sensationalism, the cost of unfair labor practices on Uyghurs, and way more!

#11 – Dip Electronics in Purell

This week The Neighbors Upstairs have a conversation with up and coming comedian Natan Badalov! Natan talks about what it’s like for a comedian during the pandemic and gives us a glimpse of his Bukharian culture. We also talk about Jenny Slate stepping down from her role in Big Mouth and casting in Hollywood.

#10 – Floating in Space With a Twist of Lemon

This week The Neighbors Upstairs had the pleasure of chatting with TheRave who is the lead singer of the band Spells and Curses. TheRave guides the neighbors through some of the challenges he’s faced during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.

#9 – COVID-19 in the International Space Station

This week we are joined by our friend Alex Garret from Alex Garret Podcasting! We talk about our radio days during undergrad, an examination of the self through introspection, handling criticism, the Dyson Sphere, the possibility of carrying COVID-19 into the international space station, the UFC, dating during the quarantine, and the Black Lives Matter protests.

#8 – Presidential Candidates Gone Wild!

The Neighbors Upstairs are back! They talk about Connor McGregor’s take on UFC’s Mount Rushmore, a proposal to change UFC’s scoring system, presidential candidate Joe Biden’s #YouAintBlack debacle, and the flaws of America’s 2 political party system.