Andrew’s struggles with the broken plumbing in his apartment begin to approach a breaking point. Meanwhile, Luke continues to explore the culture and curiosities of Butte, Montana. And McDonald’s is bringing back the McRib, and the social media roll-out is less annoying than you might think!
Luke doesn’t want to talk about the coffee he just spilled all over his pants, but Andrew sure does. Also, the Tens of Listeners get to the bottom of the Dominos Pizza App Conspiracy Theory once and for all.
Luke’s ongoing Montana adventures take him to an abandoned, underground, illegal casino with secret passageways! Plus, a player for the Dodgers was diagnosed with coronavirus during the game yesterday, but that didn’t stop him from pulling down his mask to celebrate his World Series win with his teammates. Great job.
Plumbing issues in Andrew’s apartment give him a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to use a bathroom that he’s often dreamt of using. Luke, meanwhile, has a pizza adventure in a Butte, Montana, parking lot.
Luke and Andrew break down a pretty devastating Seahawks overtime loss to the Cardinals and a pretty dang impressive comeback win by the Cleveland Browns!
Luke is in Montana, which is good, but he accidentally flew into the wrong city, which is...less good. Plus, a listener offers an interesting suggestion on how to describe TBTL to the uninitiated.
A TBTL listener tries to convince her friend to check out the podcast. Luke and Andrew review her efforts. They also review season one of HBO’s The Vow.
Luke and Andrew try to determine if it’s immoral to use a gift certificate at an independent restaurant during these tough economic times. Plus, Quibi has announced that it is, indeed, folding, leading Andrew to make the most obvious joke you can already imagine.
Andrew is offended by a pretty inoffensive voicemail he just received, and Luke is dealing with a toe injury that neither Buddhism nor mashed potatoes seem to help. Plus, all of Chris Pratt’s famous friends are rushing to his defense on Twitter...for some reason.
Luke has a theory that Andrew is running for Whatcom County Judge under an assumed name. They also discuss the leaked tape of NFL announcers deriding military flyovers at football games...and another story of someone accidentally broadcasting something that should not have been broadcast.
The Pittsburgh Steelers clobbered the Cleveland Browns in a bad way yesterday. But no need to panic yet, says famously sanguine Browns fan Andrew Walsh.
Luke is about to return a rental car covered in fake blood, and he’s starting to worry that this might be a bit of a problem. Andrew is not helping calm his nerves. Plus, you can now rent an entire movie theater for $100...but if you want to rent a microphone, it’ll cost you another cool hundo.
Luke and Andrew start off weird and get weirder as they mangle the origins of 90s pop songs and try to channel their inner Petey USA. Plus, a kid becomes a hero after finding a lemur that was stolen (?) from the San Francisco zoo.
Luke learns that his facemask isn’t just protecting him from the coronavirus, but also from shame and embarrassment. Plus, a town in Massachusetts is ALL-CAPS YELLING at residents to stop calling 911 about a fish.
Luke gets mad at Andrew for throwing away a shirt. Andrew accidentally agrees to ride a bucking bronco at a sexy bar. And a very promising HBO documentary about a radio host who went to prison ends up being quite the disappointment.
Luke almost flooded his entire house yesterday, but he was saved by Swedish design. He and Andrew also take great umbrage over an SNL skit that is being mischaracterized by the media.
The StuBot -- always a trooper -- joins Luke and Andrew to dissect the jaw-dropping SNF matchup between his beloved Vikings and the undefeated Seattle Seahawks last night. Oh, also, the Browns are 4-1 for the first time since 1994.
Luke and Andrew discuss the rise and fall and rise again of Crocs footwear. Plus, looks like nobody is interested in buying the ill-fated entertainment app Quibi. And turkey farmers are bracing for low sales this Thanksgiving.
Andrew is dealing with some stuff after his cat mistook his studio for a litter box. Meanwhile, companies are looking to cash-in on human pee, which apparently makes great fertilizer.
Andrew has a terrible, just terrible idea for a Silicon Valley startup. Luke is having stress dreams involving inflatable innertubes. And the guy who went viral drinking Cran-Raspberry juice on his longboard is getting some love from Ocean Spray.