SPOILER ALERT: We talk about Wonder Woman 1984 in this one. Also, Alan Iverson. One of those is great.
Rob takes on hotel food and comedians who interact with the audience, then Tre defends Ghostbusters. Yes, that one.
Juan Villareal joins the show as Slade loses it over a Facebook encounter. Also golf, modern liberalism, and the happiest disease.
Rob gets a makeover from Tre, then everyone discusses fantasy animals and what they'd do with them.
It's another episode with Ste7en Foster, this time to talk about death, funerals, and Bill Gates. Find his new book, The Last Alias, wherever books are sold.
We're joined by anime director-turned-author Ste7en Foster as he tells us the history of Ghost Stories, and coaches Rob and Tre through some voice acting.
Everybody talks about what Tre would do if he owned a bar or restaurant during the pandemic. Also, old porn.
Tre doesn't believe in paper, and Rob introduces us to the world of sainthood.
It doesn't take us long to get to porn. Get in!
The gang (and Sam) all join up to talk about divorce during the quarantine and a rather strange couple and their sex doll.
Sam Demaris jumps in via stream to talk about smoking cigarettes, a Warrant song, and to play a brand new game.
We get the behind-the-scenes scoop on Billy D. Washington's new album, and then he and Tre discuss Black comedy on Facebook.
It's more with Roxxy Haze as she talks about her dating life and her stalkers. Tre is, unsurprisingly, on the side of stalking.
Roxxy Haze joins the cast to talk about Tre's revolutionary "babies only" airline, as well as the first time they met.
It's more with Dale Cheesman as they talk about overseas travel and a postal worker who plays hero.
Sam Demaris is back to talk about all things race, black people and dogs, and the return of Tre and his eagle.
Radu Bondar sits in again to discuss sleep habits and books.