Truj and Brian celebrate Valentine's Day by talking about our breakfast crushes! Also featured are a Blink-182 singalong, a great new cocktail, and peanut butter discourse. Truj needs your fourth grade geography facts. Brian learned a new way to cut a muffin.
Truj and Brian celebrate Most Important Meal's rebrand by trying to rebrand breakfast. Plus, a lengthy discussion of Tim Curry and the pilot of our Long Winters spin-off podcast. Truj was angry. Brian got a visit from Marshall.
Truj and Brian are joined by Quinn Rose, who brought us a whole episode about college dorm breakfasts. We reminisce on the good times we had in college eating in our dining halls, celebrate how much better the food we make after college is, and realize how much more useful real money is than fake money. Truj had an intimate, emotional moment with a carb. Brian didn't make dinner. Quinn was given a lobster tail.
A science experiment is done in the name of Breakfast Journalism™️, and Brian is not too happy about it. Plus, 80s karaoke, a cup of thumbtacks, and some meal prep follow up. Brian does a perfect Truj impression. Truj compromises her opsec.
Happy Hollandaise, everybody! Kathy Campbell sings, laughs, and critiques breakfast food along with Truj and Brian for this very special holiday episode. What are the most important elements of a benedict dish? Why is there vinegar in the sauce? How are your hosts' meal prep efforts going? Brian had the same reaction to Chipotle that everyone does. Truj loves the glug. Kathy's baby needed butter.
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.