It's February, and we're finally releasing the second half of our two-part game re-watch series, featuring the 2004 Eastern Conference Final, played at RFK Stadium between D.C. United and the New England Revolution. This game went into penalties - so it's a very long episode for us - and it's cited by some as the most exciting match in MLS history. So don't miss this episode.
If you missed the first part of this series last month, here's the story: Needing to fill some imaginary airtime over the offseason, and looking for an excuse to get together when there's no domestic soccer being played, a few of us from B&RU gathered at my house - myself, Jason (ChestRockwell) and Ben (benuski). We hooked the TV up to the internet and streamed a couple classic MLS matches from KickTV, using my microphone to record our reactions and conversations during the game, et voila! All of a sudden, two podcast episodes were born.
Obviously, big thanks and kudos to Jimmy Conrad and the guys over at KickTV for their work putting these games up for everyone to watch for free. Without them, this episode wouldn't be possible.
If you're interested in watching the game - we recommend watching it on mute while listening to us for a complete multimedia extravaganza - we've embedded it below. As always, thank you all for listening. We encourage you to get in touch in the comments or on Twitter, @FilibusterDCU, or by emailing us at filibusterpodcast [at] gmail [dot] com.
Our theme song is Pocket by Beau Finley, used with permission.