Back after a 2 month hiatus, it's our long-awaited recap of news from 2018! Plus, we catch up on current events in our lives, including Ted's strange illness and Darin's encounter with a unique food item. Also, a little cemetery humor!
It's our long-delayed post-election episode, recorded in late November but unpublished until now due to circumstances beyond our control. We also explore our respective Thanksgiving adventures in New Jersey and at EPCOT, and have In Memoriam, Weird Science, and Asian Domination segments. We wrap things up with a report on Ted's vasectomy.
It's right before Halloween, and we briefly take a serious tone as we try to get our heads around all of the mass shootings, but quickly return to the comedy for our new Asian Domination segment. We close things out with a long discussion of cleaning an ailing mother-in-law's house, which leads to a joke repeat, as well as our new Manilow Rants segment.
In this episode, we discuss the Kavanaugh chaos and Ted's washing machine woes, and Darin has a mid-podcast snack. Plus, a Baby Update, an historical In Memoriam, and a clip from the Bush Country podcast.
This episode has Darin's long-delayed review of The Orville, plus a hilarious recounting of Ted's trip to Ocean City, MD. Also, Lightning Round, In Memoriam, and Tin Foil Hat segments. Most significantly, embarrassing details emerge from secret recordings of the hosts.
Back from an extended paternity leave, we discuss Darin's boycott of the Miami Dolphins, as well as Ted's pending vasectomy. We introduce the Weird Science segment via a discussion of beef jerky mania, and have a lively In Memoriam debate. We close things out with childbirth stories!
It's the show's first anniversary, and the last episode for a while, due to the birth of Ted's daughter! In this episode, we discuss the Supreme Court's decision on a bakery's refusal to bake a gay wedding cake, and we introduce a new segment - the What About Now Confrontation! Also, we have a pretend interview with Seth MacFarlane, and Ted tells a personal story regarding the recent Baltimore-area flash flooding.
As Ted's month-long cold continues, we talk about the turmoil in Israel, and a discussion of legalized sports betting leads to a bet of our own. We close things out with an attempt to save Barnes and Noble from retailmageddon.
In this episode, Darin plays devil's advocate when comparing George W. Bush and Trump. Also, in honor of our new iTunes listeners, we introduce the Serious Segment, which leads to a lesson in political correctness.