Andrew gets some bad news about one of his favorite neighborhood watering holes. Luke orders some very questionable business cards. And they learn why foreign diplomats in Cuba sometimes find mysterious “gifts” left in their toilets when they come home from work.
Luke had a shaving emergency minutes before going on stage over the weekend, which necessitated some creative use of antiperspirant. Plus, the guys discuss two examples of people really stepping up and “going for it”, with very different results.
Andrew forces Luke to listen to more archival tape he found from Cleveland in the 1980s, and this time it pays off. Plus, a TBTL audio mystery, why the secret Wu-Tang album may not be a Wu-Tang album at all, and what makes LaCroix LaCroix. Plus, music for your weekend!
Andrew stumbled on some archival audio that he’s excited to play for Luke. Luke is excited about a giant ball of disgustingness that’s living below the streets of London. They discuss these topics and share a couple of pretty sad stories about fish.
Luke is trying to find a hat that looks like one in Dirty Dancing. Andrew’s quasi-obsession with Monk is getting more Monk-y. Luke also weighs in on the new iPhone unveiling, which Andrew’s apparently been having bad dreams about (that, and 7-foot bug monsters.)
A walk on his old college campus has Luke feeling almost overwhelmed with nostalgia. He and Andrew also discuss whether people should demand things ASAP, at EOB, or at OOB. Plus, an NFL sideline reporter finds himself an unlikely celebrity, and a listener shares her story of a first date and a secret bathroom.
Luke and Andrew get real about their long-term professional insecurities, as one does when one realizes one is a professional podcarter. Plus, Jim Carey tries to lay some Real Truths on an entertainment reporter. And No Point Conversion is back! Luke and Andrew break-down yesterday’s double-loss by the Seahawks and the Browns.
Luke runs a soda-related experiment on Andrew, which results in both of them getting way too hopped-up on caffeine and sugar to finish the show. Also, Chilis has announced that it’s cutting its menu IN HALF, but it’s still way too long. And we’re all playing right into Whole Food’s organic little hands.
Luke and Andrew get into some nasty business today with a story about a woman who found herself in a very compromising bathroom situation on a first date. A listener writes-in with another related situation. And an Irish family tries to capture a bat in their house, and it makes for some fascinating audio.
Luke, Carey and Andrew gather at Walsh, Walsh and Doormat to talk about the scariest moments in a radio producer’s life, whether TBTL is good or bad for Luke and Carey’s relationship, and why Legos are so dang complicated these days. Then KROQ’s Bean Baxter swings by to drop some doo-wop knowledge.
Luke and Andrew woke up to find ash literally falling from the sky here in the Pacific Northwest. Once they get over that, they manage to discuss Luke’s least favorite TV commercial, why cutting onions make us cry, and whether They Might Be Giants will record a song about either of those things. Plus, things get real when someone calls in to ask a simple question about fantasy football.
Andrew has a LOT of opinions about the hotel he’s staying at in L.A., and Luke is excited about one of his favorite filmmaker’s latest projects.
Luke, Andrew and Tens of listeners gather at Maris Farms in Buckley, Washington, for the 2017 TBTL Summer Picnic!
Luke and Andrew are excited for the picnic but a bit worried about the weather. Meanwhile Prince may have not been the person we thought he was, and Pumpkin Spice has arrived; whether or not America is ready.
Luke and Andrew learn that pizzas are soon going to be delivered by self-driving cars equipped with ovens and two disturbingly silent scientists. Meanwhile, an elderly couple in Texas is saved from their flooding home by another fast-food chain. And Nick Jarin of NW Nerd swings by for the final 2017 episode of a Song of Ice and Spoilers!
Andrew helps Luke work out a dog-related etiquette question, then says the word “Terri-Poo” too many times. Plus, Amazon takes over Whole Foods and lowers prices, but maybe going to a threatening-sounding butcher shop is the best bet for everyone. And a listener explains how TBTL is ruining science in a Minnesota laboratory.
Luke’s inevitable skateboard-related injury occurred over the weekend, while Andrew was out buying $2 baseballs. They discuss a study that says you should probably just order that take-out food tonight, and a very, very good reason to stop using hotel tea kettles.
Luke and Andrew can barely contain themselves after Erik the Viking solves all their technical woes. They use their newfangled podcast equipment to discuss Taylor Swift’s polarizing new song and how Right Said Fred got a writing credit on it. Plus, The Great Bathmat Debate of 2017 and why Andrew refuses to squeegee his shower. And, of course, we sample some Music For Your Weekend!
Luke has finally found a way to make himself 13-years-old again, and Rudy The PodDog is LOVING IT! Meanwhile, Andrew is on a special mission to recapture someone else’s youth. And an etiquette expert weighs-in on the controversial topic of airplane-seat-reclining.
A state worker in New York is busted by a reporter after an unfortunate butt-dial. Luke and Andrew discuss his fate, and they announce a new project they need your help with. We also hear the VERY dramatic story of a listener’s unforgettable commute to work. Then Nick Jarin swings by for this week’s angst-filled episode of a Song of Ice and Spoilers!
The day after the great solar eclipse, Luke and Andrew hear from one man who wasn’t too impressed with it. And we announce the last two finalists of the TBTL Song of the Summer!
Luke and Andrew take a boat out into Bellingham Bay to watch the solar eclipse…after a mishap or two.
Phyllis “Fletch” Fletcher swings by to talk about Tom Selleck, 100 Rules For Driving My Congressman , and Andrew’s relationship with Howard Stern. And then they call Jen “Flash” Andrews to find out how she’s prepping for Monday’s eclipse!
Luke reports in from D.C., where he survived a night of party-busing and public-radio-schmoozing. He and Andrew discuss their new favorite juror (#59, natch), Andrew’s Wu-Tang name, and why you won’t be able to buy your favorite chicken at football games in Atlanta.
Luke checks in from the public radio conference he’s attending in D.C., where he was caught stuffing his tote bag full of free stuff for Andrew. They discuss their plans for the upcoming eclipse and why Luke may not be able to enjoy it. Plus, a very unusual song is burning up the iTunes charts, and Nick Jarin swings by for A Song of Ice and Spoilers.