The Goop Company prompts Tre to call for the shutdown of the white woman. Also, Grady Pruitt has an odd date.
The Grammys, Aerosmith and Run DMC, along with Kobe and Aaron Hernandez. Grady Pruitt sits in.
A Marvel conversation turns to global politics, and then suddenly Tre is moving to Vietnam. This episode has ADD.
Tre has thoughts on how to take better care of people with diseases and disabilities, and then somehow they all dig into living in poor cities.
Join us for a breakdown of the Oscar nominations and a look at the wrongly accused.
The guys all discuss the shows they were on this week, then they dive into Gwyneth Paltrow's new candle.
Radu Bondar joins again as Tre takes us on a trip to Black Applebees, and then it's all out war over donuts.
Rob loses it over the difference between vegetarian and vegan, and Radu Bondar comes back from Laredo to sit in again.
New ways for resorts to bring in tourists, Slade's Uber driver, and dinosaurs.
Rob tells the woeful tale of a comedian who chose the wrong word. Also, murdering people who turn down your proposal.
Tre gets upset at Pixel before divulging that he's about to watch all the Marvel movies. After a run through the proper order, talk turns to Kevin Spacey.
Sam Demaris is back to talk about all things race, black people and dogs, and the return of Tre and his eagle.
Rob shows up with enough sugary soda to kill the entire cast.
Beth Alder returns to quiz Rob about his hair and to discuss sexting.
Tre divulges his problem with books and narration. Also, Tina and Ike Turner, and pretending to be someone else.
Everyone is dumbfounded when Tre admits he's never seen a magic trick, then even dumberfounded when he says he could beat up an eagle.
It's more with Radu Bondar as he explains Romanian food. Also, Tre presents a bold argument against... libraries?
Radu Bondar sits in again to discuss Bible stories and a brand new line of breakfast meat.
It's hard to explain how we got from Cici's Pizza to Jeffrey Epstein's killer, but we did.
Rob introduces the world to Butter Soda, which opens up a discussion about coffee drinks. Also, Mr Roger's Neighborhood and movie reviews.
It's more with Brad Gray as he and Tre trade sex shop stories. Also, TI's parenting skills and Hunter S. Thompson's daily regimen.
Brad Gray joins to talk about Disney and the loss of Mickey Mouse, black heroes in film, and a bad mushroom trip.
Rob gets upset at Tre about a gig, and Tre flies for the first time ever. Also, a sub-contract killer.
A pastor makes a statement about an impropriety. Also, Joel Olsteen and how churches work.