Eddie and Raj kick off Podcast 2 after finishing off a smoking hot bootleg breakfast. Eddie tries in vain to reach out to his old pal, Pietro, to get the Atlanta update but fails. Ian Corey calls the program to share his latest audio masterpiece of Eddie’s Auto tune rendition of “Easy (Like Sunday Morning)” by The Commodores. Ian also sets the record for the most amount of phone calls to the Coup by one person. Eddie tries once more to contact Pietro, but as luck will have it, Pietro is not available. Eddie gets the groove ready for their guest; Comedian Roman Leo. Eddie and Raj go deep with Roman as he charms his way through some of his stirring tales from the road as a ride share jockey and comedian. Later, Eddie and Raj simulate what it is like getting a ride with Roman in his Honda. A surprise phone call from Ian Corey gets interrupted by a call from Google Maps. Eddie gets deep with Roman about how he approaches doing comedy and later Eddie welcomes on Barry “The Stallion” Streib to the program for the rundown on the Orioles and Tampa Rays. The Stallion also answers listener questions and promises to take us all to the promised land! After the baseball run down, Eddie takes Roman’s freedom hostage by running through a sneaky “vintage” Dream Charts from July, 2012. Eddie, Raj and Roman have no trouble agreeing that the terrorists have won, judging from the dream charts. Eddie exchanges a rapid fire word association with Comedian, Roman Leo. Ian Corey calls in, breaking his own record, and sets the record for number of calls to the coup at 6! Apologies get laid and Mutiny Radio gets paid on this extra special episode of the Coup!