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.
Tre gets into Rob's politics, then it's cult leaders, hair, Castaway, and... the temperature of sex?
Rob misses out on an audition, talk about the Saints, and The Moth Radio Hour.
Sam survives an earthquake and Tre survives an accident. Rob and Slade hide in a corner.
Slade and Rob fix all of professional sports before the conversation turns to prostitutes and multiple orgasms.
This episode goes all over the road, from the resurgence of capes, to mislabeled chickens, to ventriloquism to... the movie Cuties.
It's another round with Jerry Wayne Longmire as we head to Sonic for a... unique drink. Also, Tre walks his dog.
Jerry Wayne Longmire joins to talk about cults, grandmother porn, and Johnny Cash "extincting" the condor.
We revisit Tre's disbelief in dinosaurs after a fan gets him riled up, plus a lost moment in civil rights history.
Strip clubs, strippers, and a new game that makes sense to no one, yet everyone loves.
Get ready for misunderstood Russian toasts, Slade's hometown, and lots of hot dogs.
It's all about cigar etiquette, Rob's sexual preferences, and Rush Limbaugh the band.
Slade makes the argument that there are attractive homeless women and gets shot down immediately. Also, Tre's grandfather tackles current cultural issues.
It's the second half of a live episode, with a giant round of Racehorse or Sex Act for a bottle of whiskey.
In part one of a live episode, Rob sits on a murder trial, Tre tests potato salad, we play a round of North American Past Times, and Slade challenges Tre and Rob to do new anime voices.
Tre and Rob decide to press Slade on having kids, then they veer off into his radio career and the XFL.
Tre divulges a secret about his relationship, then everyone gets worked up over spicy foods.
Drive ins, unprotected sex, and Shakespeare! What else could you want?
What could be more delicious than Mexican desserts and chubby girls? More with Grady Pruitt.
Grady Pruitt joins to discuss Kanye's presidential platform, African pyramid schemes, and whether or not you have to register your hands as lethal weapons.
Radu Bondar returns, Rob comes ready to share the joys of Live Aid, and then the conversation turns to calling the manager.