101: Bengt, Elephant Hunting & Manson

November 21, 2017

The Rule of Three welcomes Bengt Washburn to the program. Topics include the ban on Elephant Hunting, and the Death of Charles Manson.


100: Roy Moore, Louis CK, & a Mid-Life Crisis

November 14, 2017

In this episode, topics include the downfall of Judge Roy Moore, Louis CK, and Tim's brief dalliance with a mid-life crisis.


99: Brazile, Spacey, & Fan Mail

November 9, 2017

In this weeks episode, Bryan and Tim talk about Donna Brazile's revalations about the Clinton Campaign, Kevin Spacey's inappropriate behavior, and share some stories about fans.


98: Flake, Fats, & Halloween

October 27, 2017

This week Bryan and Tim talk about the departures of Senator Flake and Fats Domino, and the costumes we can expect to see this Halloween.


97: iPhone 8, Bladerunner 2049, & Acme Next Week

October 18, 2017

In this episode, Bryan and Tim talk about new stuff: The iPhone 8, The Bladerunner sequel, and material tim will be doing next week.


96: Drone Accident, Harvey Weinstein, & Columbus Day

October 9, 2017

In this episode, Tim talks about a drone accident, Bryan expresses apathy over Christopher Columbus, and they both take a couple shots at Harvey Weinstein.


95: Las Vegas Shooing, Tom Petty, & Crowd Work.

October 5, 2017

The Episode Bryan and Tim didn't want to do: the Las Vegas shooting, goodbye to Tom Petty, and Working the Crowd in a Comedy Club.


94: NFL Kneel, Anthony Weiner, and the Last Movie Review

September 28, 2017

Bryan and Tim argue about NFL Kneeling, make Anthony Weiner jokes, and talk about Bryan's departure from a Carbondale Newspaper.


93: Hillary’s Book, Leah Remini, & September 11

September 22, 2017

In this episode, Bryan and Tim argue about What Happened, discuss Scientology® and its newest critic, and talk about whether enough time has passed from tragedy.


92: DACA, It, & Walking the Room

September 9, 2017

In this episode, Bryan and Tim talk about some scary things, the repeal of DACA, Stephen King's It and what it's like when the audience walks out on you.