Luke is back! He joins us from the Chautauqua Institution in western New York. Andrew offers him advice on how to handle a road trip with Robert Pinsky and how to survive a 4th of July weekend alone. Plus: guacamole controversies, bubble wrap nontroversies, and a debate over polyamory.
Stu “The Stu-Bot” Neuman joins Andrew to talk about the latest bit of brilliance from Stephen Colbert, who took over a cable access talk show in remote Michigan. Plus, the origins of a joke about ping pong balls, an awkward interview with an angry football coach, and a movie trivia game like no other.
Stu “The Stu-Bot” Neuman joins the show today to discuss the correlation between water parks and ill-advised tattoos. Public radio celebrity John Moe stops by to chat about his new podcast all about the cartoon “Adventure Time.” Plus, the name of a dog has Stu hopping mad, even though he doesn’t want to be angry on Canada Day.
Luke checks in from NEW YORK CITY (?!) to talk about his experience at an adult summer camp he visited recently. Plus, he and Andrew discuss drones falling from the sky and the poopiest race in the world. And they also dissect the latest episode of True Detective, probably for the last time.
Andrew and Phyllis take over the show today to talk about proper employee management techniques and the difference between a muumuu and a housecoat. Plus, TBTL breaks its silence on the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling and why a seemingly unpopular album is topping the charts.
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes joins the show to receive the prestigious “TBTL Profiles In Going For It Award.” Plus, he and Luke face off against Quizmaster Andrew in a battle over obscure flag knowledge. And Luke’s mom Susie explains how she plans to crash a Christian gathering on the high seas.
Luke and Andrew explain a new TBTL experiment they’re about to undertake. Plus, one of the world’s most famous pop-artists is wanted in Detroit, and Ben Affleck’s racist ancestor is causing problems for public broadcasting.
Luke and Andrew talk about a real news story so creepy, it’s guaranteed to give you goosebumps (or your money back.)* Plus, doctors are caught saying some pretty cruel things to a patient they are operating on. And Andrew is clearly on the wireless spectrum.
Luke and Andrew provide a helpful guide to eating fast food during road trips. Luke explains why he had to reprimand some young ladies in a Chicago McDonalds. Andrew is diagnosed with “food aggression issues.” And Pete Rose is still signing autographs at a small table in Las Vegas.
Luke and Andrew try to invent a word to describe how they feel about Marc Maron’s interview with President Obama. Pridejealousy? Plus, we delve into the much-lambasted second season premier of True Detective.
Luke and Andrew wake up bright and early to bring you another Morning Zoo edition of TBTL. Today they tackle the important issues of emotional-support-kangaroos, Brian William’s non-apology, and why you should never throw away underwear in a hotel room.
Andrew make a big mistake in one of Hollywood’s most revered watering holes. Luke considers joining the Chicago Blackhawks for an evening. Plus, in depth analysis on Kim Kardashian, Brian Williams, and how to be just-lonely-enough in a hotel room by yourself.
Luke and Andrew address the “skip-gate” scandal that has been rocking the TBTL community. Plus, Luke wants to Rachel-Dolezal himself into Steph Curry’s family. And we learn that Andrew’s dog-0-logical clock is ticking loudly and proudly.
Two of the whitest podcasters around weigh-in on race identity vis-à-vis Rachel Dolezal. Plus, a man whom shall not be named has thrown his toupee into the presidential ring. And Luke and Andrew recap the Game of Thrones finale with the latest installment of A Song of Ice and Spoilers.
Our friend Aaron Roden of the Air-Raid podcast joins the show today to play a few rounds of Internet Family Feud. Plus, he and Luke and Andrew discuss their successful and unsuccessful attempts at cheating in high school. Also, eggs are weird.
Luke has a very strange encounter at a remote gas station. He and Andrew discuss that and the story of a NAACP chapter president who’s apparently been lying about her race. And we say goodbye to one of Luke’s favorite wrestlers.
Luke finds himself near the Canadian Border, while Andrew finds himself near the Elation Border over his jigsaw puzzle progress. Plus, Nobel Laureates Say The Darndest Things and the listeners weigh on Luke’s Marco Rubio comments, and mis-use of “schvartz”.
Some of the latest details about the New York prison break are downright bonkers. Luke and Andrew discuss that, and they debate whether or not the New York Times is being unfair to one of the GOP presidential candidates. And listeners weigh-in on yesterday’s pork talk.
A news story about pigs has Luke questioning his pork consumption, and Andrew thinks he wants to go to Disneyland for some reason. Plus, Jerry Seinfeld says colleges aren’t comedian-friendly, and a Khaleesi named Daenerys goes on a dragon ride.
Luke and Andrew discuss this weekend’s big prison break in New York State, Stephen Colbert’s new podcast, and the TBTL dress code (pants are preferred.)
Luke, Andrew and Phyllis flap their yaps about a new invention that helps you drink water, canned crowd noise at graduation ceremonies, and what Flavor Flav’s Linked-In profile might look like.
Angry customers are suing a restaurant and its waiter for spitting in their drink. Luke and Andrew discuss that. Plus, Luke takes his tape recorder out to the launch of the Race to Alaska competition in Port Townsend. And our friend, comedian Andy Haynes, drops by with some dating advice.
Andrew and the Stu-Bot take over TBTL today to discuss one of the most spectacular displays of anger on a baseball diamond that we’ve seen in a long time. Plus, Tom Petty rejoins his old, old band from the 1970s. And Stu-Bot will answers all of your ridiculous questions about his personal life and fighting ability.
Luke and Andrew discuss a high school student who decided to ask a girl to prom in the best or worst way possible. They also agree that Nora Dunn is real and that Andy Richter should follow Luke on Twitter. Plus, an epic installment of our Game of Thrones segment, “A Song of Ice and Spoilers.”
Luke surprises Andrew with a story about potential fisticuffs over Andrew’s honor. Then they discuss exploding buildings, an ill-fated romantic comedy, Brian Williams’ future, and a very confused FIFA official.