Truj and Brian recount a romantic grocery store date and report on The Greatest Follow Up Ever Received before embarking on a quest to review every breakfast bar that Brian could find at the store. How much sugar is in each bar? How similar to a cookie do we like our bars? Which prominent protein bar brand will probably never sponsor us? Truj tries to launch an ASMR channel. Brian strongly disapproves.
Truj's sister Ashley joins the show for a lively discussion of chia seeds! After some follow up about milk and cereal, the two Trujes bully Brian into trying chia pudding, blend up some monstrous beverages, and create an unprecedented What'd You Have For Dinner? segment. Truj wants to eat fart food. Brian meows. Ashley has an MFA.
James Thomson, the creator of PCalc, joins Truj and Brian to talk about the Full Scottish Breakfast! Of course, they are immediately sidetracked by sobering facts about the death of the banana, #TeamCrunchy versus #TeamSoggy, cannibalism thought experiments, and black pudding. Brian read all the Twilight books. Truj interrupts Overwatch. James couldn’t leave the table.
Truj and Brian made breakfast smash burgers! They were made of sausage, tasted delicious, and raised some interesting points about the nature of breakfast sandwiches. Also included: the discovery of a new restaurant, a Krispy Kreme discussion and a quick recap of PodCon. Brian sings Les Mis. Truj is in a really difficult mood.
After Truj and Brian kick things off with a quick Life Update, including a move to another state and the purchase of a new mic, your co-hosts delve right into an update to their top breakfast sandwich lists. Brian got Truj sick. Truj had expectations that didn't match reality.
Robb Lewis joins me to talk about Back to the Future! Topics include UK vs. US schools, anachronisms, nostalgia, and time travel plot holes.
Designer and editor Allison Truj joins me to talk about Over the Garden Wall, a quintessential Halloween miniseries. After an overview of the philosophical implications of the show, we delve into an episode-by-episode recap. Topics include Americana, MIyazaki, the Adventure Time dynasty, and our favorite fan theories.
A unique found footage movie by Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass, Creep is pure tension and anxiety. It just came out on Netflix two weeks ago, so go help build the buzz that this dense 75-minute flick deserves.
I believe that The Babadook is one of the best horror movies of the past ten years. Topics include themes that are rare for a haunted house horror movie, creepy special effects, and a brief look into the production of the movie in order to preserve the child actor's sanity.
After a strange, long break, Brian and Kyle are back to talk about college, weird fame, TV shows Kyle doesn't know about, and traveling.
In this completely unedited episode, Kyle and Brian talk about Periscope (while Periscoping), social media, and the benefit of off-the-cuff #content. They also write a musical.
Kyle and Brian take a trip back in time to discuss last weeks events. Kyle visits NASA, Brian learns geography, and then we talk about money. And referral money. And Patreon.
Disclaimer: Brian also cooked pasta during the show. We made sure you can't tell.