TBTL: Too Beautiful to Live with Luke Burbank
1868: The Fanciest Lad in All of Koreatown05/26/15
Luke and Andrew discuss the pope's TV watching habits and find themselves in a name-that-TV-tune situation. They also review an official American Pie time conversion table and review this week's Game of Thrones episode.
1867: T-Shirt Insecurities
Luke and Andrew discuss tonight pants, tonight shirts, and proper attire for greeting your significant other at the end of the day. Plus, Luke travels to L.A. to interview the owner of his favorite bar.
1866: Nightmare of Funmare?
Luke, Andrew and Carey take the Myers-Briggs test to learn more about their personalities. Phyllis calls-in to back-up Andrew on a very contentious issue. Also discussed: new drivers ed rules, overpriced hot dogs, and bad customer service.
1865: Lock Up The Dirt Mound
Luke and Andrew dissect David Letterman's final broadcast and also discuss a naked man at an airport.
1864: Andrew Is His Own Drunk Stepdad
Luke begins the show by exorcising Andrew's demons the old fashioned way. Plus: Jay-Z has angered a famous artist, Radio Shack has angered the FTC, and the NFL has angered Luke with a rule change.
1863: Where the Streets Have Some Names
Luke asks Andrew to fill him in on what he's been missing since Luke shut-down his Facebook account. This leads to a discussion of birthdays, trigger warnings, and Luke's ongoing beef with Peter Sagal. Plus, a new Boy Scouts policy has Luke perturbed....
1862: Player Hating of an Unnecessary Variety
It was a big weekend for television. Luke and Andrew discuss Louis CK's provocative SNL monologue and the news media's coverage of it. Plus, Mad Men wrapped up its final season. Andrew tries (and fails) to stay positive in his review.
1861: Never Pause for Laughter
If Luke were born today, his name would be Javier. If Andrew were born today, his name would be Luke. But one thing is for sure: Luke rejects the nickname "Bathroom Burbank." He and Andrew wrap up the TBTL-a-Thon with a conversation about that, aging...
1860: From a Bathroom on a Hill
It's day 4 of the TBTL-a-Thon! Luke joins the show from Chicago, where he set up a temporary podcasting studio in a hotel bathroom. He and Andrew discuss big news regarding The Simpsons and the fate of Johnny Depp's dogs. And we finally hear the voice...
1859: Fireball and The Burbs
Luke and Andrew break out their slide whistles, air horns and 5:20 Funnies for a special morning Zoo Crew edition of TBTL. Plus, Adam Sandler says goodbye to David Letterman, and scientists may have found a new way to kill earworms. Also, our boss...
1858: Pro-Pig Platform
Luke's mom joins the show with some advice on how to get people to donate during the TBTL-a-thon. Plus, Andrew discusses the possibility of a pig entering his life, and we offer the latest edition of A Song of Ice and Spoilers.
1857: Public Radio Hype Man
It's day one of the TBTL-a-Thon! In an attempt to encourage you to support the show, Luke and Andrew deliver stories of airline chicanery, a Columbo-esque murder plot, and Alec Baldwin's pronunciation of "quinoa." Plus, the best public radio fund...
1856: Carvey McBadparent
Luke and Andrew discuss one family's dubious method of tooth extraction and compare it to their own. Plus, we solve a listener's dilemma over her newly-infamous neighbor. And Luke spends his special day in birthday anonymity then drinks dirty water...
1855: It’s 3 O’Clock Somewhere
Luke is on the road, reporting a story for a major TV news network. He joins Andrew from San Francisco to discuss his travels, deflate gate and the creepiest McDonald's marketing campaign ever.
1854: Twitter Twouble
Andrew is learning how to tie his shoes while Luke also patiently teaches him how to talk gooder. Plus, the boys deal with a sudden onslaught of fake Twitter followers, and the World's Best Bartender reaches out to the show.
1853: Grow the Beard, Take the Ride
Luke is back from Vegas, where he found himself involved in two different auto accidents (Don't worry! He's fine!) Plus, he and Andrew debunk a disgusting "news" story about beards.
1852: Slam Book
Andrew and guest-host Phyllis Fletcher talk about this weekend's big fight in Vegas. Plus, we revisit the epic schoolyard fist fights of our childhood and Phyllis explains to Andrew what a slam book is.
1851: The Road to Senility
According to a new website, Luke and Andrew are aging much quicker than they thought...which also may affect their relationship with music, according to new research. Plus, Luke gears up for what may be the most crazy Vegas weekend in the history of...
1850: Ain’t No Follow Back Girl
Luke has a new hero. His name is Carl, and he punched a bear. And if you don't believe Carl, you can ask his friend, John. ALSO! Luke and Andrew help solve a listener's personal problem, and a teenage witch enters Andrew's life.
1849: Ring of Fireball
Andrew tells Luke about Mr. Worldwide's unlikely newest fan. We listen to the quietest game in Major League Baseball history, a Bud Light ad campaign is accused of contributing to rape culture, and Luke says goodbye to Facebook forever.
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