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April 7, 2022

The Overnighters! The Official Seenagers, Can't make this up!

The Overnighters!  The Official Seenagers, Can't make this up!

The Official Seenagers, Can't make this up!

Every now and then we will run "A Best Of" this is one of those episodes.

This episode is named 'The Overnighters' it really demonstrates how even with a man's best intentions he may miss some of the most important details. Charlie is having overnight guests and think he has it all planned out until he can't get the rust ring out of the guest bathroom! Debbie walks in and saves the day! Not only does Debbie help with the rust ring, she also helps with so much more!

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The Overnighters, The Official Seenagers, Can’t make this up!

Thu, 4/7 12:51PM • 11:32

SUMMARY KEYWORDS

woman, Miles Davis, blanket, blue, bagels, stain, clean, nice, shower, ski boots, company, woods, good, fresh, situational comedy, water, soap, bacon, rust remover, Martha Stewart

SPEAKERS

Debbie Charlie, Charlie Ponger

Charlie Ponger:

Hey everyone, welcome to the Seenagers. I'm Charlie Ponger.

Debbie Charlie:

And I'm Debbie Nigro. Hey Charlie, I have to tell everybody I walked in just now to you know, do some recordings with you. And the first thing he said to me is oh my god, I'm having company they're sleeping over. I have I can't get the ring out of my toilet. I'm like, Are you kidding me? This is that we're starting the show today.

Charlie Ponger:

And that's what we decided to talk about. Right?

Debbie Charlie:

Well, let's get real. I'm like, Okay, have you tried some bleach? That didn't work? Right. Okay, have you tried some? Like, I don't know. rust remover? No, I did. Okay, and then I went, how about those blue water catalyst? That's, uh,

Charlie Ponger:

oh, my God. This is fantastic. Let's talk about this

Debbie Charlie:

to hide the ring. Okay. Yeah.

Charlie Ponger:

All right. So the blue. What's the stuff call?

Debbie Charlie:

Oh my gosh, it's what you know, you can Google everything these days. You know, the blue, blue water in your toilet will hide a multitude of sins. The rusty right. Because it's, it's probably rusty because you live in an old 1700 house and there's copper pipes. Maybe when I

Charlie Ponger:

change the water filter every three months. Okay,

Debbie Charlie:

so you worried about the girl who's coming with your cousin? And because he's a girl coming to a bachelor woman? Yeah, woman. You have to step up a little bit. You gotta do a little hard to try to harder.

Charlie Ponger:

Oh my god, Mary Poppins.

Debbie Charlie:

Now listen, I my job on Saturdays growing up as a little Italian chubby girl was I had to help my mother clean the house. Everybody else was out there here was at the mall. My job Saturday was chores. And then part of it was cleaning the bathroom. So I got I got you. I got you. And we're going online. Yeah, and we're gonna get the Bluetooth. No, I haven't seen that blue toilet water in a while. Is it allows it? Is it over?

Charlie Ponger:

I don't know. Is it kind of still get

Debbie Charlie:

it or you get to get the things that drop in the blue tablets. Right?

Charlie Ponger:

What about the thing that used to hang you know from the side or whatever you put it? I don't

Debbie Charlie:

know if that's in let me see what's in here. We got a lot of choices. You have the Clorox bleach and blue. You're both sanitary. That's a good start.

Charlie Ponger:

I like Clorox everything so I don't know if four packs clean for 16

Debbie Charlie:

months in case somebody comes back.

Charlie Ponger:

Rarely have company

Debbie Charlie:

I know. I know. I know. So when you have company and you haven't in a while especially when you're a bachelor. Yeah, things to do. So much. You only have time to do this. I

Charlie Ponger:

got a vacuum.

Debbie Charlie:

I started dusting today. Okay, dusting vacuum. What else? Well,

Charlie Ponger:

I got to do my own laundry. But I got a dust vacuum.

Debbie Charlie:

Change the bed. sheets, the whole bathroom towels, fresh towel. Pump sofa or flowers, pump soap, something to eat somebody to pick on drinks. They chopping chopping coffee. I'm a mess. It's over. You could also get Scrubbing Bubbles. They have drop ins, helps keep your toilet bowl stain free. The thing is we're trying to hide a stain. That's not your own.

Charlie Ponger:

Yeah, right. You're right,

Debbie Charlie:

I would tell them it's a water thing.

Charlie Ponger:

Look if you want everyone to know it's

Debbie Charlie:

totally over as your stain I'd suggest it stay someplace else. But since it's not your stain, it's not they can bring when guys Yeah, or anybody has company. Yeah. It's a big deal. Because you want people to feel great in your home. Right? And some people are really good at it. And some people are, you know, are terrified of this. What they have to do to step up in the short period of time before it gets here. There are people right now who can't listen to us because they're hiding their stuff because somebody's not over.

Charlie Ponger:

Right? I'm hypersensitive to you know, my guy. But I'm still hypersensitive to when companies coming. I really truly want to make it an experience for them

Debbie Charlie:

your son Nice. That's true. Nice guy, but

Charlie Ponger:

I clearly fail at it. Well, everybody

Debbie Charlie:

wants to make it a nice experience who's have good heart who was having come and then they all become like Martha Stewart overnight like a whole year could have gone by they never had one fresh flower in their house knows when they got bouquets everywhere and she fresh muffins smells and I was burning I love

Charlie Ponger:

the lights. I got the French Cafe lights.

Debbie Charlie:

Oh that's cute. Okay, right alright, so just it's a girl coming and you're a guy and a woman a woman a woman needs a few and little nicey nicey she needs a like definitely a couple of blankets because women get cold we're more fragile blankets okay up there from the 1700s like the house because what you don't want my answer would be you could fluff it up a little bit of your float like I'm not sleeping over you're not now so even in a storm I would drive down the road you would not come here to sleep in my car even if I had my generator and everything is cold in here too because you could do something about that

Charlie Ponger:

I can turn the heat on but I have this thing I can turn

Debbie Charlie:

the heat I have a thought a guy I have a thing what a guy I have a thing instead of like what do you that

Charlie Ponger:

I got a thing that like I don't want to turn the heat on until it gets like to a certain date.

Debbie Charlie:

Let me tell you something what

Charlie Ponger:

what what's wrong with that

Debbie Charlie:

you people who have the thing yeah about not turning the heat on it till a certain date until what your nose crack so I got a certain date.

Charlie Ponger:

Well when I used to ski I brought in inside my ski boots when I bought them and it would be ultimately I would not buy another pair of ski boots until it turned out to be $1 a run. So if I paid $300 for a pair of ski boots to be $300 to run before I bought another pair of ski boots, I did the same thing with my business suits inside the lapel I would write when I bought it put the date on the blue toilet please

Debbie Charlie:

Are you tells you turn the heat on this is cycle but you have the nice wood burning stove all right, you know what I'm gonna do

Charlie Ponger:

tonight for you even though you're not gonna be here. Yeah, but I'll feel it I'm gonna let a fire

Debbie Charlie:

why would you not do it while I was here? I'm sitting here three coats. Really do catch on. Maybe it's time All

Charlie Ponger:

right, so see this is a woman thing. Now catch on. I have to catch on. We have

Debbie Charlie:

thinner skin we're more feminine. Well, I'm tipping you off

Charlie Ponger:

you have to be more directly direct refrigerator right here on your right, and this is gonna be on her regenerator I can't believe

Debbie Charlie:

this girl a blanket from the 17 103 Kill get some shots not gonna like it here. Good. She'll never come off. Just get through this. All right. This is your cousin's girlfriend.

Charlie Ponger:

Yes. It's my cousin's girlfriend who worked for the UN for a gazillion years.

Debbie Charlie:

Okay, so she's maybe she's maybe be in third countries and

Charlie Ponger:

he used to being a Yeah, he is. He's used to being in third world countries. He

Debbie Charlie:

won't expect much. She wants pumped soap. That's number three.

Charlie Ponger:

So because you can't you really gotta write this down.

Debbie Charlie:

I got the list. Oh, Ma. Didn't have gooey soap on the somebody's soap thing they are what if I put a brand

Charlie Ponger:

new thing and soap in there? Like a you know a blocker so

Debbie Charlie:

fine. Can I do that? Fine. All right.

Charlie Ponger:

As long as it's not touched, it's not used. Yeah, we don't want to use it. It's gotta be nice clean cup. You know like this, you know? All right, that works.

Debbie Charlie:

And then you need some light because there's not enough light upstairs. And you need to mirror girls got to get dressed because see what's going on here. Okay, yeah, yeah, mirror. She's got to get a little one which is fine. But then there's no light near the mirror. So have that it's not going to work. Is that bathtub like from 1700s? Yeah,

Charlie Ponger:

she gets. I don't know what it's from, but it's old. Well, how

Debbie Charlie:

old is this woman? Because if she gets in she's she's 60. Okay, she may live here. She may not get out.

Charlie Ponger:

Peter will help her out.

Debbie Charlie:

You'll need another blanket for what he's leaving. Probably in the tub.

Charlie Ponger:

I gotta tell you chances are Yeah, you know, I got the outdoor shower. Maybe it will take outdoor showers.

Debbie Charlie:

I have on three jackets.

Charlie Ponger:

But there's hot and cold water out there. It's so nice when it's this temperature. And you turn on the hot water

Debbie Charlie:

shower in the woods in the winter. Why? It's fantastic. Coming to stay one night one night.

Charlie Ponger:

Okay, and then they're leaving. But I may stay another night but I won't be here

Debbie Charlie:

now. They're not staying this is ridiculous the way this is going. Do you have any food? You need food people want it?

Charlie Ponger:

I got some food but I was gonna do b i was gonna get fresh bagels.

Debbie Charlie:

There's no woman turned down a bagel. Nobody. Nobody who can bacon

Charlie Ponger:

good bacon. Oh, even make some eggs. Okay, cute. Right? Yeah. And then you know the jams the bagels and lox and all that sort of stuff. And

Debbie Charlie:

you're gonna put music on that kind of guy.

Charlie Ponger:

I'll do Miles Davis.

Debbie Charlie:

What's wrong with Miles Davis in the morning? Nothing is wrong with Miles Davis Miles Davis and you'd like milestone I love miles do women like Miles Davis? Yes Charlie women like miles so i Okay, clearly no wonder why I'm single right? Let's knock that's another shot. Why you're single. Okay, you just have to move a few pieces pictures around

Charlie Ponger:

Oh, I heard you move and stuff up there before What the heck are you doing up there? I haven't gone out you

Debbie Charlie:

want to tell everybody what the problem is here. Why was I doing up there? Yeah, so when the woman's laying in bed or your friend if they had like a glass of water? What are they gonna do hold it all night?

Charlie Ponger:

Why do you have to have a glass of water? Oh, all right. Oh. If you guys if you could have seen the look I just got when I said to have what do you have

Debbie Charlie:

dentures and you want to put your dentures on?

Charlie Ponger:

What are you doing going on with somebody like that? What if it

Debbie Charlie:

What if they're having like a romantic night they just want to I don't know something next to them.

Charlie Ponger:

That reminds me oh, here we go. What if they're having a romantic night? I gotta make some sort of sound so I don't hear anything down here what am I going to do?

Debbie Charlie:

Feel that shower outside? I'm going to go get that 1700 blanket.

Charlie Ponger:

Think about that. Nobody's ever here.

Debbie Charlie:

Let me tell you when you go on vacation, a woman that's a license to have fun. Outside of your usual Yeah, absolutely. In the woods with the fireplace you got the Miles Davis thing you have the bacon smell. You got eBay gets us up to those headphones. Yeah.

Charlie Ponger:

I go to sleep on my headphones. Pretty much Ellen's gonna go What am I gonna do? What if I hear him?

Debbie Charlie:

Say that shower outside? Blanket. I don't know what I'm gonna do. Alright, Charlie, you can't say hey, I can hear you. No, no, you'd never say that. Just put a couple more pillows over your head and get nice pillowcases for those pillows over your head. Good luck to your pal.

Charlie Ponger:

Oh, man. I'm a dead man. All right, that was fun, wasn't it? So it's all about self deprecating comedy, situational comedy, our life experiences? No, there's a little bit of teenager and all of us and that's what we're bringing out here. So all right, tiny little favorite ask. If you haven't done it already. Please do so. Just go to Apple or Spotify podcast fonts, scroll down to ratings and review. If you can't find it as you can. Kids, I'm sure they'll know where it is. And then just fill it out. And that's really a great way to help us. All right, you guys are right. You are now official seat agers too. And thank you so much for listening. Have an awesome day. Alright, see you later. Bye.