Luke and Andrew finally address the imaginary scandal surrounding their imaginary tanning salon in Portland. Plus, last night’s Golden Globes broadcast was pretty cool until it wasn’t, and a surgeon goes to traffic court while surgeoning.
Luke and Andrew watch a bunch of Amy Grant videos and fall in love all over again. Plus, one of Andrew’s favorite electronic stores is closing and taking its spaceships with it.
Luke introduces Andrew to one the hottest viral songs banging around the internet, and it is delightful. Plus, a young man fakes his own kidnapping to get out of work for a day.
A story about scary robot dogs leads Andrew to admit to one of his weirder internet proclivities. He and Luke also discuss Jim Nabors at great length for some reason.
Luke finally gets a breakthrough on his appliance-repair conundrum, but the news comes with more than a bit of irony. Plus, Daft Punk says goodbye in a very Daft Punky way, an old joke from The Simpsons comes back to haunt Ted Cruz, and the results of the Great Condiment Debate are in!
Luke and Andrew find themselves on opposite sides of a debate over Thousand Island dressing and how it should be categorized. Plus, the internet delights in catching Ted Cruz doing very Ted Cruzy things, and a heroic mattress salesman in Texas throws his doors open to those who need shelter.
Andrew’s failed attempts to buy a pack of baseball cards may have just changed his life forever, or so he says. Plus, a couple of employees hit the wrong button and accidentally wire $900 million dollars and can’t get it back. How’s your day going?
Luke and Andrew welcome a new, possibly non-existent group of listeners into the TBTL family. They also learn that blowing on Nintendo cartridges never really worked, and that Luke’s favorite emoji is branding him as an Old.
Luke discovers a new global radio project and it’s blowing his dang mind. Plus, a new film documents the last days of a dying shopping mall, and it’s brilliant.
Andrew does something very surprising on a snowy Monday in Seattle (hint: it’s garbage day) and Luke is full of Fun Presidential Facts™️, including which President was criticized for not drinking enough booze.
Luke convinces Andrew to join him in a new venture, despite Andrew’s misgivings. Plus, the snow is falling in Portland, so Luke provides the traffic and weather reports that you need to go about your day.
Andrew realizes that he’s too old for modern light bulbs, and Luke has a new hero: A 90-year old man who took out a newspaper ad complaining about his internet service.
Luke and Andrew share the internet’s glee when a lawyer has to explain to a judge that he is not, indeed, a cat. Plus, Andrew uncovers a disturbing photo from his youth, and Alex Trebek’s family is putting his wardrobe to good use.
Luke is in a one-sided relationship with a fancy store, and the Canadian government angered China with a Wu-Tang t-shirt. What a world.
Luke watched all of the Super Bowl commercials and he has some opinions! (But please nobody tell Genevieve.)
This week’s installment of Friday Inspiration! leads Luke and Andrew to their new favorite Australian Death Metal Band. Plus, Amazon’s new CEO loves him some hot wings. What’s so wrong with that?
Luke hears back from his building managers after sending his Strongly Worded Email. Plus, an exploration of Lil Uzi Vert’s new forehead diamond, which is very big and a little off-center
Luke sent a Strongly Worded Email to his building’s management company and is starting to regret it. Meanwhile, Andrew is floundering around trying to remember a very specific Robert’s Rule Of Order.
Luke and Andrew call-up their Fact Checkin’ Cuz in Minnesota to find out what’s going on with another mysterious monolith that just popped-up there. Plus, listener Chris witnessed something that nobody should ever have to witnes