SPOILER ALERT: We talk about Wonder Woman 1984 in this one. Also, Alan Iverson. One of those is great.
The Whiskey Brothers revisit awards they've won and the history of the podcast, and then they put a Doomsday Timer on the podcast. Also, racist anime.
It's a bunch of drinking stories, including how they all started, and the Canadian slap heard round the world. Also, oral sex.
Tre goes to Memphis which prompt everybody to point out how nasty their barbecue is. Also, trains. Nope, not those.
Buckle up, because Rob goes ballistic over men cooking in the wood and breakdancing in the Olympics.
Tre and Rob debate the merits of Bill Murray and Adam Sandler, along with holiday movies and hookers.
Rob takes on hotel food and comedians who interact with the audience, then Tre defends Ghostbusters. Yes, that one.
It's an extra long live episode with the full cast plus special guests!
The gang revisits the Mike Tyson-Roy Jones Jr fight, and then take on the Rat Pack and Frank Sinatra.
The most American band in history, Eddie Murphy, Christmas songs, and foot fetishes.
Tre drinks a pickle beer which opens up all kinds of talk about what's allowed and what isn't. Also, everyone's favorite whiskeys and coconut shrimp.
Tre goes to Ren Fest, which opens the door to probably sixteen different conversations.
Tre asks about bathroom habits, then it's Joe Biden, impressive sign language, and Rob losing a chili cookoff.
Do you dress for comfort, or for the time of year? Also, would you have a funeral for... a part of your body?
The entire cast breaks down the election, leading to the worst Joe Biden impression you've ever heard. Also, The Mandalorian. Spoilers abound.
It's more with Juan Villareal as the guys see how much they know about Great Britain. Also, Juan's history on BET and the OJ case.
Juan Villareal joins the show as Slade loses it over a Facebook encounter. Also golf, modern liberalism, and the happiest disease.
Tre gets in a fight with a bus driver, and Rob invents a new app.
It's all about Halloween candy and old movies. Buckle up.
Who's this and why does he have Tre locked up in the trunk? Introducing Scootie Tea.
It's a celebration of Rob Mungle's birthday! Along the way we play games.
The Whiskey Brothers mourn the deaths of Eddie Van Halen and Uncle Jerry Lee.
It's all about the perks of private planes, racial slurs in small towns, and the Obama election.
Rob gets a makeover from Tre, then everyone discusses fantasy animals and what they'd do with them.