Stu ‘The StuBot’ Neuman joins the show to discuss T.J. Miller’s citizens arrest, how Luke almost missed his cruise this weekend, and whether or not Andrew should root for the Vikings. And a very special birthday girl joins the show to talk about corn dogs and other birthday foods.
Luke and Andrew meet in the offices of Walsh, Walsh and Doormat to discuss Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, and other luminaries that Luke got to meet last night. Plus, we take a quick trip to music court, where fat beats are always in session. (That last part didn’t make sense, did it?)
Luke shows up at Walsh Walsh & Doormat hepped up on Binaca Blast and the conversation soon turns to Michael Jordan, Bootleg “30 Rock” DVD’s. and a Bear Who Had No Idea What World It Just Stepped Into.
Luke and Andrew discuss a talking doll that may be sharing kids personal information. Luke does not like the tone of an email he received from a famous person. And Andrew has an idea for a new social media site.
Luke is finally back home after a ridiculous day and night of travel back from Chicago. He and Andrew discuss a new way of shopping, Luke’s accidental shoplifting, and whether Andrew was too mean to Luke in Chicago.
Luke, Andrew and Tens of listeners packed into the Upstairs Bar at Virgin Hotel in Downtown Chicago for a night of laughs, Robitussin, and the surprise guest performance of a lifetime.
Luke and Andrew are in Chicago, where Andrew is having disconcerting dreams involving toilets, thunderstorms, and president-elects. He and Luke discuss an impetuous thief who has won their hearts and a legendary astronaut with great biceps.
Luke and Andrew arrive in Chicago bleary-eyed, bushy-tailed, and ready to discuss the origins of the Big Mac.
NASA is looking for help to make it easier to poop in space. Britain’s new currency is angering vegans. And Luke and Andrew don’t know what to do with 19 cents.
Luke and Andrew discuss the evolution of Tom Shane’s jewelry ads and why he might be everyone’s new step-dad. Then they go down a Nintendo-inspired nostalgia hole and discuss the best-named wrestlers of the 1980s.
A publicity stunt involving dead fish under ice backfires in Japan. Luke is surprised. Plus, Andrew’s never-ending cold is not such a mystery, when you think about it. And, in No Point Conversion, the Seahawks lose and Andrew’s going to miss the Super Bowl this year.
Luke and Andrew prepare a giant plate of TBTL leftovers — topics that they were supposed to discuss on the show this year, but never got around to. In the spirit of Black Friday, things get dark very quickly.
Luke, Andrew, Carey and Genevieve join together in the kitchen to make some delicious Thanksgiving treats. Hilarity (and danger) ensue.
Luke and Andrew get ready for the Thanksgiving holiday and end up discussing grammar, bathroom habits, and whether it’s worth going to Costco for whipping cream.
Andrew tells his epic story of computer repair gone wrong. Luke is having a chewing gum-related crisis. They also discuss a lawsuit over sausage and their complicated feelings regarding unicycles.
A Canadian lawmaker made international news after using the “f-word” in parliament. But not the f-word you’re thinking of. Luke and Andrew discuss that, Luke’s plans to watch The Godfather, and the Seahawks’ win in No Point Conversion.
As Luke waits for a call from his doctor’s office, he and Andrew discuss his opinions on voting, and whether they’ve changed since the presidential election. Other topics include the science of fingernail biting, Luke’s hoop dreams, and Music for Your Weekend.
Three days of a juice diet has had an unexpected affect on Luke. He and Andrew discuss their favorite political musical parodist, Bob Dylan’s Nobel-level reticence, and a high-level Instagram copycat (who is probably not a troll, even though Andrew hopes she is.)
Andrew has a cold. Luke just back from the doctor, a little worse for wear. And Olive had a tough time at the vet. They discuss these developments. They also discuss a new, sobering policy at a Canadian beer company and an infuriating new policy at United Airlines.
Luke joins Andrew at the offices of Walsh, Walsh and Doormat for a update on his juice diet and PodCat’s health. They also discuss one man’s air-horn-centered revenge plot and Blair Walsh’s career setback.
Buckle-up, kids: Luke Burbank is on a new juice diet. He explains this turn of events, then he and Andrew try to whistle Aerosmith songs.
Andrew “Michael Winslow” Walsh creates a new TBTL sound effect on the fly. He and Luke discuss their plans for TBTL under a Trump presidency. They also discuss one of the most charming stories ever related to a smash-and-grab. And they pay tribute to Leonard Cohen with Music For Your Weekend.
Luke and Andrew try to move on from the election with lighter topics, like prison breaks and famous Albanians. We also get to hear an actual song from the secret Wu-Tang record that was never meant for our ears.
Luke, Andrew and the TBTL listeners try to find their smiles after last night’s election.
Luke and Andrew discuss their election night plans and the future of our democracy. They also talk about football.