The brothers talk about other uses for their father’s tombstone and the meaning of a Jewish “Unveiling” ceremony. Plus West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith and the NFL draft, Marc’s love for “Downton Abbey”, George W. Bush’s new library, a controversial debate about the efforts of the Boston police during the hunt for the marathon terrorists and Fighting Ungers “Busted Out Trivia” with contestant Shua Bier. Oh, and Andrew wonders why producer Chris Lycholat won’t shut the hell up.

In what might be the darkest episode yet, the brothers and producer Chris Lycholat move back and forth between the Boston Marathon tragedy, Muslims, Canadians, Marc’s past indiscretions, Andrew’s current Ritalin use and Ozzy Osbourne’s recent drug and alcohol slip. Plus Andrew reveals the shocking reason he fears surveillance cameras, rates his wife’s vagina and criticizes Marc about his guitar playing. Also singer/songwriter (not to mention devoted Fighting Ungers fan) Elise Major Whiteford sits in with the brothers to play “Fighting Ungers Busted Out Trivia” and gets propositioned by Andrew.

This week the brothers argue about who has the sexier voice, dissect Marc’s radio career, question whether or not McDonalds should be condemned for an advertising faux pas and audition the “Blu” E-cigarette. Plus Andrew puts out a fire, Marc does drugs and comedian Wendy Liebman talks with Marc and Andrew about her career and meeting Marc twenty years ago in Chicago.  There’s also an all family dysfunction episode of “Fighting Ungers Busted Out Trivia” with contestant and devoted listener Michael Gerlach.

The brothers, along with producer Chris Lycholat, discuss a wisdom tooth extraction gone horribly wrong, their recent trip to the zoo, North Korea’s threats, Andrew’s OCD and Rutgers University basketball coach Mike Rice who was recently fired for abusing his players. Plus they play “Fighting Ungers Busted Out Trivia” for prizes with their #1 fan Kristin McKittrick.