Finishing up their "Outer Limits" themed B episodes, Gary and Tom bring you "White Knuckle", what could possibly go wrong when four teenagers mix frivolity, psychedelic drugs, and magic sap. Along the way the boys discuss the real, and only, reason men wear bath robes, ordering very American food at an authentic Mexican restaurant, and preparing for Christmas as only Gary and Tom can. Enjoy the episode. Twitter: @ShowSidetracks Instagram: Sidetracks_show Email:...
Continuing on their Outer Limits theme, the boys bring you "Welcome Home". What happens when a paranoid doomsday prepper is proven right, only to become lost and alone? Gary and Tom also discuss the wonderful world of creamed corn and mushy peas, the appropriate manner in which to remove a smug look from a babies face, and how working with microfiche makes you feel like you're about to solve a cold case. Twitter: @ShowSidetracks Email:...
Still kicking it in the Outer Limits, Gary and Tom bring you another B episode "Time Clone". Other than a very evenly matched game of ping pong what would you do with an identical clone of yourself? The boys also discuss blood pressure emergencies, how to play the stock market like a two dollar banjo, and why Brewster may have been overthinking his million dollar problem. Enjoy the episode. Twitter: @ShowSidetracks Email: Gary@sidetracks.show Tom@sidetracks.show Dickhead@sidetracks.show
Secret Sauce Cane
In this "A" episode Gary and Tom switch up their roles because they both think they can do the others job just as well (spoiler alert, they can't). They also discuss several Outer Limits inspired ideas to run with for their next episode. Along the way the boys dive into the glory of being affable, how to use heat exhaustion as a form of rodent deterrent, and what is an acceptable price to pay for appropriate and inappropriate footwear.
Harry Potter and the Start of Magic
In this B episode Gary and Tom explore the wizarding world of Harry Potter before there even was a Harry Potter. The boys also discuss how to vacuum with a hanger, the fact that its been a while since a bush or a flower did anything for anyone, and the best way to get your holiday accoutrements.
Wizards and The Future Me
In this "a" installment of Sidetracks Gary and Tom discuss their next few story ideas (spoiler alert... there is some sci-fi in there). The boys also delve into being judged by an 8 year old, the glory of mid nineties cartoons, and exactly how many hours of study at Hogwarts would you need to fix someones glasses.
The boys are back....The boys are back in town! Sorry for the delay, it would seem Tom's new job is a crushing mountain of work but as promised here is "Buscop" in all its glory. Also join Tom and Gary while they discuss the problem with forest fire waning systems, getting chocked up at embarrassing movies, and the fact that Gary might the fastest man... in the room.
The Sign of the Gull
What lays deep in the rabbit hole of insanity when a father loses his young daughter, this week Gary and Tom discuss the story of "The Sign of the Gull" (this is a comedy podcast, we swear). Never to stay of track the boys also talk about fun with airport security, floor sweeping techniques in retail, and if you had to give up a pound of skin what is the best area and method to do so.
Touch and Go
It's "a" installment time baby, Tom and Gary discuss several possible story ideas to pursue. Never to stay on track, they also contemplate the pros and cons of the Emerald Isle, the trouble with landing planes, and the types of people you meet on the train.
2b Back to the Future IV
In this episode of sideTRACKS Gary and Tom get into their ideas for Back to the Future IV. Never to stay on track, Gary and Tom also discuss their individual laugh styles, why owning a 96 Honda Civic might be a good idea in an era of flying cars, and how Doc Brown may have overreacted about Marty's future kids
In our first "a" installment of sideTRACKS, we discuss three possible story ideas each and decide which one to pursue. Never to stay on topic, we explore issues with Chrewbacca, why living in the Matrix doesn't sound so bad, and the little known league of assassins employed by Hulk Hogan.
2a Chewbacca's Hairbrush
In this "a" installment of sideTRACKS, Tom and Gary discuss three possible story ideas each and decide which one to pursue. Never to stay on topic, they also explore the issue with Chewbacca, why living in the Matrix doesn't sound so bad, and the little known league of assassins employed by Hulk Hogan.
Premier episode of sideTRACKS. Gary and Tom dissect the story of Rust, what happens when we begin to lose all metal on Earth? Never able to stay on track, Tom and Gary also discuss Sandler's Netflix obligation, fun with catheters, and horror at Disney.