Jesse Case skypes in from his folk’s house in Nashville to talk comedy, cancer, and the unexpected upsides of chemotherapy. Check out his podcast over at www.jessevscancer.com Special thanks to Wayne Falla and Keith Brewster for supporting today’s episode of TBTL!
Andrew’s war with phone scammers has escalated. He and Luke discuss that and Burger King’s attempt to sell more sandwiches under the auspices of world peace. And we hear a Danish hip-hop song which probably has nothing to do with the Digital Underground.
Luke and Andrew discuss foot pain, apple-pears, phone scams, burials at sea, and two men who plan on sailing around the world until they die. Also: When a hoverboard is not a hoverboard, and everything else that’s being discussed on Facebook today.
Luke and Andrew discuss hover boards, roller blades, Straight Outta Compton (the movie), network security, the attorney general of Pennsylvania, avoiding the media, tricky football plays, military convoys, Red Dawn, and the value of Luke’s TBTL show sheets.
The internet’s most infamous joke thief tries to explain his actions, but he’s only making people more angry. Luke and Andrew discuss that, plus a Summer Picnic post-mort, an impromptu No Point Conversation, and Music for Your Weekend!
Luke, Andrew and Tens of listeners gather at Chateau Ste. Michelle winery for the annual TBTL Summer Picnic! Phyllis “Phyl Donahue” Fletcher helps field questions from the audience, covering such topics as “danger pants”, Luke’s ’90s haircut, live goats, and a very special proposal. Plus, the 2015 Song of the Summer is revealed!
It’s TBTL on-the-go! Luke and Andrew record today’s show from the road, as they drive to the TBTL Summer Picnic at Chateau Ste. Michelle. They discuss childhood road trips, young romance, and an explosive situation Luke found himself in last night.
Luke and Andrew say goodbye to an unlikely hero of Seattle broadcasting. Plus, did a girls’ softball team cheat by not winning? And should kids get trophies for simply participating in sports? And what should we all bring to the TBTL picnic tomorrow?
Luke and Andrew discuss the much-maligned Instagram celebrity known as “The Fat Jew.” Plus, the real reason it’s so difficult to win prizes out of claw machines. And we crown the winner of the “official” song of the summer contest.
Luke helps Andrew with some karaoke-related anxiety, then they scrutinize President Obama’s new Spotify playlists. Also, Phyllis Fletcher calls-in to help sort through some emails and offer some Music For Your Weekend!
Luke had a zen-like experience under a meteor shower last night. He and Andrew discuss that as well as car-sickness, courtroom sketches, and growing up Christian. Plus, the Stu-Bot calls in with a disturbing update.
A thief broke into Luke’s truck last night, and now Luke has a curious new anti-theft policy. He and Andrew discuss that. They also discuss heart attacks, Tinder, reality TV, Big League Chew…and the return of Dream Catchers! (Sorry.)
Luke and Andrew sample some of the worst on-hold music available to mankind. We also talk about candy cigarettes, the death of “LOL”, and what to do about a motorcycle-riding, air-conditioner-loving neighbor who won’t leave a TBTL listener alone.
Luke goes down a mighty Lenny Kravitz rabbit hole after discovering they’ve both suffered from the same embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions. Andrew offers an off-the-cuff (and frankly dubious) review of the new Dr. Dre record. And we narrow the Song of the Summer down to two final contestants!
Luke is surprisingly impressed with a certain candidate who stole the show in the GOP debate last night. Andrew is worried about democracy. He’s also worried about his inclination to be wrong 99.9% of the time. Plus, we get to the bottom of yesterday’s mystery voicemail singer.
Luke and Andrew try to solve a voicemail mystery through the power of song. Other topics include: The Subway Smell, Jon Stewart’s victory lap, and Doogie Howser’s diploma.
Jen “Flash” Andrews joins the show to discuss overly-chatty cashiers, workplace thermostats, and an oath she just signed that forbids her from partying with communists.
Luke, Andrew and the Stu-Bot discuss the San Diego chicken at length. Other topics include a confused racist, Frisbee as an Olympic sport, and how we fell for another dang news hoax involving a hitchhiking robot.
A good-hearted social experiment goes wrong when it arrives in the United States. Luke and Andrew discuss the tragic demise of the Canadian “hitchBOT” on a dark Philadelphia street corner. Plus, we announce the Round 2 winners of this year’s Song of the Summer contest, and listener Kelly updates us on the parallel “Scrappy-Doo” contest that’s happening simultaneously.
Luke records from a very precarious situation on Lake Washington, with rough waves rocking his boat and Blue Angels screaming overhead. Meanwhile, Andrew sits on the corner of Sunset and Vine, earning his nickname “Hollywood Walsh.”
It’s the final episode of TBTL from Luke’s small maritime studio, and things go a bit off the rails. Topics include, Chumbawamba, hip-hop skits, a guy named Newman, and a professional ballplayer who broke down in tears during a game .
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes joins the show to defend himself against accusations of Song of the Summer vote tampering. Also, a controversy over a newly discovered Dr. Seuss book has echos of the Atticus Finch uproar. And a major league baseball team is Fetty Wapping the press.
Luke and Andrew swap stories about learning how to play guitar as children. Plus, former NBA star Gilbert Arenas wins big at a carnival…too big.
Luke is embarrassed about the way he signed a text message to his dad. Andrew is excited to announce the Round 1 winners of the Song of the Summer contest. And if you have been stealing jokes on Twitter, watch out!
Stu-Bot joins the show to review a new neighborhood Pizza Hut that fancies itself a sports bar and craft beer house. He and Luke and Andrew also discuss Frank Stallone, Hulk Hogan, and self-plagiarism.