Many years ago, Chris was a legend on the football field. Today, Tom is a legend of the airwaves. Ben Gleib, the third legend on this hour, has been called the Alex Trebek of our generation, maybe. You can’t prove he hasn’t.
Tom’s friend accidentally makes a nun commit a sin. At least I think it’s a sin. Maybe not. Eating a cake with the Isis flag on it probably is though.
First they got rid of the confederate flag. Now they’re messing with the normal flag. What’s next, messing with Texas? Preposterous. Other things “they” messed with include health care and state’s rights. If only they’d leave things alone, am I right?
Tom doesn’t like it when television glorifies gangsters. He doesn’t like it so much he takes the Bill Hudson route and disowns his children for no reason. Well, maybe the reason was because he can’t eat red meat in peace.
Tom mistakes Tommy (no relation) for a librarian and talks about books for most of the show. We also talk about SPF because…it’s summer I guess? Gotta get that SPF.
Alyssa no longer loves this bar. This bar being Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar. So she no longer loves I Love This Bar. You know what, whatever, just listen to her story.
Monroe learns about mad hatter’s disease and teaches us about things people sell that nobody needs. It’s an educational experience for everyone but Jay Bee who spends the time in quiet introspection.
Tom often laments the inability for people to speak English as well as him. Today he finally met his match in Mark. Read this post backwards for a palindrome. Palindromes are super easy.
Tom explains his absence in the first hour. Apparently it was better that way, even with the Poltergeist-caliber technical difficulties. He made up for it by abusing Becky in the second hour.