Let’s go up Mike’s hind end to play some duck duck grey duck. Come on, don’t be piss-complected. If you have no idea what I just said, listen to this episode and get some knowledge.
Another fine Saturday has come and that means more clips! We have some of the highlights from this week as well as some golden oldies from the vault. Ours is a good vault though, not like the Disney vault that seals away childhood memories for decades, so don’t worry. Great clips from: Jacques Pepin, Tom […]
The playground is no longer a place for fun. Kids get their feelings hurt, which is a problem. That’s why we hire playground consultants to mediate disputes between six year olds who made a bad Pokemon trade or something else stupid.
As The Simpsons enters its 27th year and the Tom Barnard Show enters its third year, we compare the impact our respective shows have had on the world. The Simpsons wins. We also discuss vehicle emissions thanks to that whole Volkswagen thing.
It’s been two long years but Tom Papa’s back. This time he’s got Boom, he’s got Kristyn to talk about the Ben Affleck thing, and he’s got daughters obsessed with Youtube celebrities. So we’re good on content.
I couldn’t think of a clever title to tie the two in together, but those are the topics we covered. Bob’s in studio so we made sure to bring up Tom Brady, Doug’s got car talk, and the rest is about trick or treating for some reason.
Prince has recorded a new song about Baltimore, but it sounds like a modern version of the intro the Perfect Strangers. Why? Additionally, Craig calls in and gives Tim a stern lecture.
Kristyn is also on this episode but you have to focus pretty hard in order to tell. Such is the way of Jimmy Shubert.
Today’s show is a chat among Tom, Kathryn, Ron, and Doug about topics from childhood to Miley Cyrus. The young folk are there too but they’re too busy trying to get Ron’s yelling to stop knocking things over.
Today is the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, so we use the opportunity to talk about horrible things. Like the Double Down Dog, which we learn is actually surprisingly healthy. Relatively speaking, that is.