And here you thought Marlon Brando was just a great actor who went crazy, turns out you were right. Tim Lammers joins the show to talk movies, and tapes an ice bucket to his head.
Costaki Economopoulos calls in, yes the ATLANTA FALCONS FAN Costaki Economopoulos.
We hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving! Now it is time to heal your black Friday fight wounds with the sweet, sweet sounds of The Best Of. Clips Featuring: Gabriel Iglesias, Curtis Armstrong, Dwight York, and Johnny Beehner.
Doug’s harrowing past is revealed when we start talking about mental illness. He spent time in a mental hospital, you see. As an employee, but still.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, it’s the topic that keeps on giving. But don’t worry, because harmony between all peoples is just around the corner when Christmas gets here.
It’s not the name of a new cartoon, it’s two topics we cover on today’s show. They couldn’t be less related, but we’re desperate for anything to talk about that isn’t terrorism. Happy Thanksgiving, right?
If you can believe it, the crime and the football aren’t related for once. Minneapolis is in a bad spot and its Vikings are too.
Creed is nearly here, and it’s all Tim can talk about. Perhaps it’s because Philip is here, or perhaps it’s because it’s super good. Either way, Tim’s Creed is “watch Creed”.
Tom and Philip remember what it’s like to live in various wrong sides of the tracks in the wake of the Jamar Clark fiasco.
It’s a pre-Thanksgiving Best Of Charlie Brown! Although it is no different than any other episode of the best of, it is definitely the last one before Thanksgiving. Great clips from: Andrew Schulz, John Caparulo, Bret Ernst, Chris Bliss, and Josh Weinstein.