Tre unloads on this one, with talk about prequels and another round of North American Pastimes!
Tre has a birthday threesome. Well, sort of.
Slade and Tre both show up with new hairstyles. Also, something about the Indians and England.
Tre starts watching documentaries and then explains his desire to open a bird restaurant.
This episode somehow starts with conversation about.. area codes? Soon it's off on a musical chat that ends with everyone smashing some genres together.
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.
Tre has a different take on MKL, plus Sam calls in to talk about being terminally ill and Sammy Davis Jr.
It's a landmark 800th episode! Everybody catches up on the Covid-19 quarantine situation, then they all play Racehorse or Sex Act?
The guys explain Only Fans to Slade. Also, a stolen Van Gogh and book curses.
Dale Cheesman returns to talk to Slade and Tre about handwriting and The Men Who Built America.
Tre divulges the secrets of his family's apocalypse meeting, Rob builds a case for poor people skills, then conversation turns to international cuisine and pearl jewelry.
We get the behind-the-scenes scoop on Billy D. Washington's new album, and then he and Tre discuss Black comedy on Facebook.
Billy D Washington joins the show to discuss life in quarantine, threesomes, and the dissolving of Tre's Circle.
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.
Tre has questions about the ins and outs of being single. Also the return of America's favorite game show!
Wilt Chamberlain's record gets discussed, Rob attempts to sell the new Wendy's breakfast, and then he divulges his bear secrets. Also, Tre doesn't cuss.
It's more with Dale Cheesman as they talk about overseas travel and a postal worker who plays hero.
Dale Cheesman returns to talk about Pearl Harbor, Phish, and moon conspiracies.
Drunk dials turn the conversation to Wyoming, and then Slade and Tre are startled by the revelation of Rob's beard-snobbery.
In an unfortunate turn of events, someone writes Tre Tutson fan fiction. That leads to an in-depth discussion of the sexuality of stepmoms, and a conversation about mattress stores.
T Sean Shannon joins to help us dissect some racist quotes, and then Tre divulges entirely too much about just about everything.
T Sean Shannon comes back to talk about his time with SNL, the Houston Astros, Carl Weathers, and why you shouldn't throw things from moving vehicles.