This Week in TBTL: From a Buick Encore

July 10, 2015

A hand-crafted, shade-grown, beard-forward recap of the last week’s goings-on in the TBTL universe.  It will run every Friday morning, because I know none of you reads on the weekend.

(Last) FRIDAY: Butch and NightPance reunite, with Luke checking in from scenic Chautauqua, New York, to discuss guacamole, bubble wrap, and polyamory.

MONDAY:  Luke’s road trip across America lurches to a start, as his tale of rental car woe is one Edie McClurg shy of being a Planes, Trains & Automobiles outtake.  We do learn a lot more about Kendallville, Indiana, though, and the Song of the Summer voting commences.

(More Kendallville facts on the blog here; Song of the Summer voting page here.)

TUESDAY: Luke checks in from Madison, Wisconsin, where he and Andrew share one of the most beautiful, rapturous pieces of musical genius since Buckner & Garcia’s “Pac-Man Fever.”

After you’ve watched that clip 50-odd times, the rest of the episode includes Pizza Hut chat, another dude tying balloons to a lawn chair like it’s a good idea or something, and the Conspiracy Guys look skeptically upon a Broadway phone-charging tale.

WEDNESDAY: Luke and his pleated khakis arrive in St. Paul just in time to discuss why Magnum, P.I., is stealing water for his avocado farm.  I blame Higgins, fwiw.

THURSDAY: Advice columnist Amy Dickinson joins the show to discuss getting fooled by the worst movie in recent memory and to take part in Quizmaster Andrew’s twisted game.


ELSEWHERE:

Did you want an action photo of Luke and the Buick Encore?  Everything’s coming up you today, it seems.


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