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.
Tre gets a dog and finds out new information about white women. With Radu Bondar.
Rob presents the question of the best boob reveal in cinematic history.
Tre brings up Eric Andre's new special, Rob hypothetically raises Tre as his own, and then it's a grab bag of stories.
Slade, Tre, & Rob talk about a few Houston bars that have opened up, and dinosaurs.
It's more with Matthew Broussard as the gang breaks down Saving Private Ryan and discusses comedic leading men. Also, some very bad Ralphie May impressions.
Matthew Broussard joins the cast to talk about coffee beans, Topo Chico, and Tre getting robbed, before he and Slade bond over Frasier.
Tre's struggles with how many people should be in a relationship continue. Also... watersports?
This episode is about a Confederate Museum, awareness months, and Tre... littering.
The guys take a crack at explaining World Wars, plus a new threesome for Tre?
Tre gets upset at white women giving him instructions and a game of basketball. They're also joined by contest winner Andy Boal for Racehorse or Sex Act?
It doesn't take us long to get to porn. Get in!
Rob, Slade, Sam, and Tre all jump in to talk about the state of the world today.
It's another one with Zahid Dewji and Radu Bondar, this time talking about Texas losses and Guy Fieri.
Zahid Dewji and Radu Bondar return to talk about mistaken identity and social distancing.
Rob tells the true story of the Hoosiers, then it's Jordan vs Lebron. Featuring Jesse Peyton.
Jesse Peyton joins the show, Rob's day-to-day life gets discussed, then updates on the Coast to Coast Roast starring Tre.
Sam takes a shot at Rage Against the Machine, Rob recounts an infamous Lewis Black story, and then it's a foray into religious reality TV.
Tre gets inquisitive about Mother's Day for white people, as well as Atlanta's sexuality. Rob introduces some Canadian superheroes.
It's a nostalgic look at growing up poor before Tre divulges some hate mail. Naturally, the guys do what they do best with it.
A little Star Wars talk turns to Tre cutting his hair, and then somehow everyone takes sides over pit bulls.