Greg Cote Show Podcast: Darts, Jessica Smetana and Grumpy Greg
The latest episode of the Greg Cote Show podcast, out now, is all over the map. Can we say that?
Greg and Chris bring the latest episode of their Father-Son Side Olympics, Event 4. It’s darts! Can Greg finally score in the bullseye? Dad is 0-3 after losses in pool, golf and basketball. Could the dart board prove a safe haven for the old man? Listen to find out!
Also in the new episode, Jessica Smetana, the Greg Cote Show’s special Formula 1 racing correspondent, drops by to share a live report from the Miami Grand Prix and Max Verstappen’s big win on Sunday.
The guys also chat a bit about the Heat and Panthers playoffs.
Most of the time, however, the new ep seems like a Greg Cote Gripefest.
This is our 21st episode of 2022 and our 112th overall and we welcome you as always.
Also in the last episode:
▪ A family of YouTubers forces their 6-year-old son to run a marathon.
▪ Excessive “entertainment” at sporting events.
▪ Greg complains that there are too many vacations.
▪ The awkward fluttering of restaurant servers when deciding what the electronic tip will be.
▪ Is Greg the last remaining journalist in America who still takes notes by hand on a legal pad?
Hear all this and more in our latest podcast! A new episode drops every Monday morning at 7 ET on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and everywhere you pod, including of course miamiherald.com. Find the entire GCS catalog with the 110 episodes HERE. (The show is also simulcast on Sirius XM radio Mondays from 5-6 p.m.).
Our podcast debuted in March 2020, just before the pandemic hit. (Sorry, don’t blame us). We thank you all, our pod family, for your tremendous and growing support. Please continue to listen, rate, review, follow, then unfollow and follow again and so on. It’s not cheating, and it helps us a lot. Tell your friends about it too!
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This story was originally published May 9, 2022 7:00 a.m.