In this historic episode, we both happen to pick foot-related topics. It’s socks vs. shoes in an epic battle of footwear. Learn why socks are under appreciated, what other uses socks have (besides the obvious sock puppet plays), and why shoes are like socks’ socks. Also, this week’s shocking Game of Thrones thing that happened.
Quentin talks about his courageous fight against aches (of both the head, tummy, and heart variety). Later, I tell the world about Belleisle Creek, which is a Canadian rural community in Kings County, New Brunswick, west of the town of Sussex. Belleisle Creek is surrounded by rolling hills of the Caledonia Highlands. It records some of the highest snowfalls in the Maritime Provinces. It also has a covered bridge.
Find out if we were shocked by the shocking season 4 finale of The Walking Dead. Also: how to play with yourself at concerts and why you should stretch before concerts (even if you’re not going to play with yourself).
In the new episode, find out if a coincidence is the same thing as a coinkidink. Also find out what kind of underwear we’re wearing (if any). Plus, in the after show we learn how shocked I was at the shocking Girls season finale (mainly because I had thought that last week was the season finale).
We discuss the shocking almost season finales of Girls and The Walking Dead. Find out which show we thought was more intense this week and which character should get his own CBS sitcom. But first, I try my best to pretend like I understand gravitational waves and Quentin tells stories of weird people on buses.
We trade stories on how we got some of our most prominent owies, including Quentin’s fingie booboo and my surprisingly cute face scar. Then we learn about sexbots and ask some of the most important questions: When will advanced sexbots exist? Should they exist? How am I going to get the money to pay for one? Seriously, can someone loan me some money?
We explain why the universe is slowly becoming a disordered slob and we find out what Quentin thinks of his new life as just another cog in the corporate death machine of tool sales. Find out why you can’t fight entropy and how to know if you’re Pam from The Office.
We find out if Quentin is going to be America’s Next Top Tool Salesman when he reveals whether or not he got the job he applied for. Then we discuss relationship shipping in various fiction and real life (which we find out might be the same thing during our discussion of solipsism).
It’s the building blocks of life vs. the best part of mouths. Learn facts about teeth and cells, as well as erroneous, sarcastic, and generally confusing “facts” about those things as well (as per usual).