Luke joins the show from Portland, where he has plans to get his nephew to appreciate him more. He and Andrew discuss the upcoming Flamin’ Hot Cheetos movie, Quincy Jones’ unnecessary apology, and why Theodore Murray is driving Andrew nutso. Plus, Music For Your Weekend!
Andrew tries to teach Luke some Radio 101 after picking up some tips at KIRO Radio. Plus, the sports world is mad at a very mediocre Olympian, but we’re impressed with her.
Luke and Andrew try out some new improv characters that they believe will change the media landscape. Plus, Luke is dubious of a story about a fart on an airplane, and Andrew is intrigued by the idea of “secular lent.”
Things get off to a weird start (then get a little weirder) as Luke and Andrew try to discuss a mystery noise plaguing a Canadian city and what airline pilots mean when the claim to “arrive early” at a destination.
Luke is back, after getting negged by some referees in an airport lounge. He and Andrew celebrate President’s Day with a look at Presidential exercise routines and a listener voicemail for the ages.
Andrew discovers that listeners left many voicemails while trying to call into the live 24-hour marathon. We take a listen. Plus, The StuBot tells us what his life has been like since he became a viral internet sensation.
TBTL Friendos Nick Jarin and Hanna Brooks Olsen swing by to flex their Seattle knowledge, help Andrew through a horribly embarrassing situation, and figure out why Hanna stopped listening to TBTL. Plus, the Jamaican bobsled team runs into some very last minute trouble, and Taylor Swift gets dissed by a judge.
Our friend Bean Baxter of KROQ’s Kevin and Bean show joins us from New Orleans to dole out some Valentine’s Day advice, test Andrew’s trivia acumen, and weigh in on the TBTL Po’ Boy controversy.
Luke is getting into heavy metal (especially if it’s played by children), and Andrew’s taking his bone collecting habit to the next level.
Luke swings by Walsh, Walsh and Doormat, where Cranky Yandy has some hot takes about his local Cat Cafe. Plus, L.L. Bean changes its famous “lifetime return” policy.
Andrew gets a surprise massage from a drunk guy and finds it oddly enjoyable. Meanwhile, Luke is shocked by the candor of Seattle Hometown Music Hero Quincy Jones.
Luke discovers an online windfall, which has Cranky Yandy wishing he had “Fireworks” money. Plus, one of the longer discussions of Printer Formatting you’re likely to hear this week on a moderately popular podcast.
Luke and Andrew are amazed by, delighted by and in awe of the Tesla that Elon Musk just shot into space. Plus, someone stole some intellectual property from Luke (Dr. Katz’s son, we’re looking in your direction.)
Luke has some ideas for a new TBTL segment, but he has to run them by Andrew first. Plus, there’s a lot of Ramblin’ On A Road To Nowhere With Some Jive Talk.
Luke and Andrew are back, baby! They look back at their 24-hour misadventures, dissect some of yesterday’s best and worst Super Bowl commercials, and accidentally talk about a viral video produced by their former employers.
The TBTL 10th Vaniversary marathon concludes with a live show at Re-Bar in Seattle, and things get a little chippy! Luke, Sean, Jen and Andrew sing some songs, argue about Rock ‘n’ Roll, and share some homemade candles with their lovers.
It’s part 9 of the TBTL 10th Vaniversary marathon, and it’s the final show from the van! Andrew asks Luke, Sean and Jen to talk about TBTL in the old days, and listeners call-in to talk about what TBTL means to them. And everyone tries not to cry.
Japan’s #1 Mixer, Sean DeTore, joins the show for Part 8 of the TBTL 24-Hour Vaniversary Marathon! As sleep deprivation starts to wear on Luke and Andrew, they ask Genevieve to wake them up with a bird-watching tour of Seattle! And we call-up celebrated Minnesota viral media star StuBot, who’s (let’s face it) a little drunk.
On part 7 of the TBTL 10th Vaniversary marathon, Jen “Flash” Andrews hops on the bus to report The News From Roslyn, including a fierce debate over a “toddler park”? Plus, Luke shares a disastrous moment he recently had on stage, and we get a last-minute hop-on from a very special TBTL friendo!
It’s part 6 of the TBTL 10th Vaniversary Marathon! Luke, Andrew and David From The Basement brave the snowy Snoqualmie pass as they head out into Eastern Washington to pick up a special guest. They get a little help from MSNBC’s Chris Hayes and a box of Trivial Pursuit cards from 1992.
In part 5 of the TBTL 10th Vaniversary Marathon, Phyllis takes the wheel! P-Fletch offers Luke, Andrew, Camaro Kev and David From The Basement a tour of places in Seattle that had a big impact on her life. Plus, they watch the sun rise! Isn’t that nice?
It’s Part 4 of the TBTL 10th Vaniversary 24-Hour Marathon! We meet up with some listeners at Green Lake, where Luke and David From The Basement lead an early-morning jog, while Andrew grills Camero Kev about 3D movies. We also have a run-in with some folks who aren’t thrilled to see our van, and Phyllis “Fletch” Fletcher hops aboard.
The TBTL 10th Vaniversary marathon rolls on, late into the night. In part 3, Camaro Kev hops on to offer Luke, Andrew and David From The Basement an energy drink tutorial. Plus, a simple plan to eat Jack In The Box goes very wrong.
It’s the second leg of the 10th Vaniversary 24-hour marathon, and we get some hop-ons. Carey brings a box of survival gifts, and David From The Basement finds room to stretch his legs. Plus, a special edition of TBTL Dream Catchers!
It’s part one of the TBTL 10th Vaniversary 24-hour marathon! Luke and Andrew board the back of a Sprinter van and head to The Bay City. They hear from callers from around the country and discuss travel supplies, Minecraft, and their life goals (or in Andrew’s case, lack thereof.)