The Old and the Beetiful – #866-2

The Old and the Beetiful – #866-2

Sid Hartman is 96 years old today.  Tom is still vying for his record, but Sid shows no signs of stopping.  Canada’s bees, however, are apparently so bad at showing up for work they’ve started a cereal box campaign to find them.

Steve Gillespie [#770-2]

Steve Gillespie [#770-2]

Steve saves us from an hour of guestless boredom, so we return the favor by asking him what’s up with his hearing aid.  Turns out it’s pretty straightforward, so then it was time for sports safety.

Panned [#770-1]

Panned [#770-1]

Kristyn ruins Tom’s evening by telling him Pan is bad.  In fact, most movies showing are bad, apparently.  Find out which ones aren’t, and also how to get threads out of a shirt you take the emblem off of or something.

Tower Hour [#765-1]

Tower Hour [#765-1]

If you’re a Tower of Power fan, this is the episode for you.  It’s also the episode for you if you like being morose.  The two aren’t related, but Kristyn brought everyone down as usual.

Mistakes Were Made [#736-1]

Mistakes Were Made [#736-1]

Don’t carry around suspicious quantities of heroin.  Don’t walk around in the path of a roller coaster.  And definitely don’t give your daughter cocaine in a strip club.  If you can manage these three things you’ll fare better than the average news story today.

Mike E Winfield and Cork Graham [#721-2]

Mike E Winfield and Cork Graham [#721-2]

Cork will be searching for treasure along the coat of Brazil, braving caves, waves, and snakes.  That last one wasn’t the best rhyme but whatever.  What he won’t be braving, though, is Saint Louis, which Mike explains is not the place to be.

Lydia Nicole [#721-1]

Lydia Nicole [#721-1]

Lydia is a rose from Spanish Harlem.  She is also a hot and spicy mamita.  The two aren’t unrelated.  It’s lucky for her, because she’s now a successful actress and comedian because of them.  That and her copious common sense.

Monroe Martin [#705-2]

Monroe Martin [#705-2]

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.

Mark Kram [#705-1]

Mark Kram [#705-1]

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.

Ian Bagg [#701-2]

Ian Bagg [#701-2]

Ian had the privilege of being in studio for Alex’s first show.  He took it in stride.  Justin Van Winkle of The Last Ship also took it in stride even though it may not have been what he was expecting.  At least he got plenty of bad dating advice.

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