This week we cover Tom's continuing Batman-related depression, tales of playground cowardice, the mistaken belief that Zooey Deschanel is attainable and irritatingly opportunistic crooners. We also tackle a New York Times article about a fool, receive an invitation to Thanksgiving dinner at a listener's house and solve a risqué problem.
This week we discuss Tim's new tell-all book, bringing your own bread to a deli, Tom losing out on the role of a lifetime in The Dark Knight Rises, setting up booby traps for marathon runners and we solve a young woman's problems with meeting men.
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This week we go through the millions of emails we receive from our loyal listeners. They ask us for advice, correct our many mistakes, provide more information on topics from previous episodes and give us slow cooker recipes. We also talk about annoying questions at Halloween parties, calling into radio shows and fighting with the hosts, strange radio shows that report on children's playground gossip and we try to coordinate a podcast dinner party with all of our listeners.
Tom reviews the new Batman Arkham City, Batman Goggles, Tim's Homeschooling, sexy smock Halloween costumes, poisoned Halloween candy, celebrating Halloween as a responsible adult, a tragic Pepper the House Horse update, befriending bums and Tim's call for recipes.
Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! This week we talk about the all things zombies including The Walking Dead, World War Z, real life Haitian zombies and how we'd fare in the zombie apocalypse. And also: using this podcast as torture, overtipping jerk baristas, dating habits of the petite and the last episode of M*A*S*H.
This week, Tom and Laugh-A-Minute Bill Barnaby pay tribute to Steve Jobs and celebrate his legacy. Also covered: KB Toys vs. Toys R Us, racist Commodore 64 games, prank calling the Home Shopping Network instead of going on spiritual journeys to India, using a computer with a weird cassette tape drive, doctors chopping their own salads, Tom's ill-fated trip to the doctor's office and seeing your pediatrician when you're 20 years old.
Musings on Two and a Half Men, the importance of nice buns, the scam behind McDonald's Monopoly game, Tom's heartbreaking tale of childhood loneliness, Tim almost sacrifices his life for the best hamburger in NYC, plus we solve some problems with girlfriend friends and 80s sax songs.
Tales of rich lady pizzeria haggling, Tom willing to pay exorbitant prices for Back to the Future Nike Air Mags, selfish notions of wishing NYC was grittier, the Ark of the Covenant being a nuclear device, nuclear explosions thousands of years ago, Ancient Volcanos and some advice about sending us drunk emails in the middle of the night.
This week we discuss a possible Jeopardy conspiracy, book festivals vs. comic book conventions, punching people in the back of the head and getting pantsed in Junior High. Also, we also discuss a particular type of a**hole we didn't realize existed until the New York Times pointed it out to us, with some controversy.
It's Back to School time kids! This week we cover the types of products Amazon.com sells, old people with face tattoos, the cruelness of back to school marketing, moving to college, Trapper Keepers vs. iPads, Tom attempting to start a bar brawl and pencil cases.
This week we talk about weddings and whatnot. We'll discuss how much cursing is acceptable in a best man toast, what to do if you forget the bride's name at a wedding, and why not to wear an $85 tuxedo to the next wedding you attend. Also, Tom dreams about personal helicopters, Tim has written a lot more songs than you'd expect and the two of them give some relationship advice in another installment of Tim and Tom Solve Your Problems.
Shredder technology, NYC Earthquake, local news reporters, drug tests, Sade Baderinwa is a compulsive liar, hipster hurricane survival, rats coming out of the toilets, Hog Island, government controlling the weather.
This week Tim and Tom struggle to keep up with the Kardashians, who generally confuse them more than anything else. Also, Tim desperately needs glasses but won't wear them because he got a bad haircut, Tom has a question about urinals, Tim makes the wrong choice when making a citizen's arrest and Back to the Future guru Tom talks about recent BTTF origin stories.
This week Tom mulls over where to go during his week of from the mill. Destinations considered include vigilantism in Pittsburgh, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Clooneying a North Carolinian Town, or staying in a capsule hotel in Tokyo. Chinese factories, Tim's new intro man, pre-selling your possessions in case of death and The Bug Light/Complete Guide to Everything Party Cruise are also discussed.
Prepare to get cultured this week! Tim and Tom discuss museums of all kinds, including several that don't exist but should. We also go over our recent NYC live show, and explain why it wasn't recorded (WHOOPS!). Also, we talk about hobos using libraries, Tom's bloody video games, Tim's explicit music purchases and we solve a problem for a Canadian moving to New York.
Tim Accuses Tom of Being Bimbo, Playboy at the library, Zillions, Weird Legal Drugs, Tim Explains How The Show Works and Who The Yankees Are For Those Who Do Not Like Baseball, Literally Giving Your Life for Derek Jeter, Tim's Conversation with Bobby Abreu, A Lord of the Ring-esque Journey for Better Seats, Alex Trebek: Vigilante?, T&T Solve a Problem with a Methhead Yard Sale Customer, Another Plug for the NYC Live Show and a Brief Discussion of When People Started to Hate Gwyneth Paltrow.
It's a heat wave! Listen to Tim and Tom debate the merits of the heat index, talk about experiences with morons in pizza places and encourage everyone to bring an escort to the NYC Live Show on August 4th. Also, Tim & Tom Solve Your Problems, returns with a listener who has a severe cat urine problem.
Netflix outrage, AT&T's futuristic creepy phone booths, the promise of Epcot Center, Grandfathering, Planking, Balconies, Owling, Tim Meets the World's Smallest Woman, Tom Insults Astronauts, Pat Sajak's Secret Agenda, Derek Jeter's Baseball Soup, North Korean Women's Soccer Team Hit By Lightning, Crime Corner: Prison Porn and Lactation as a Weapon
Who doesn't love swimming pools? Evildoers, that's who. This week, Tim and Tom discuss everybody's favorite summer pastime, sitting around in filthy pools of water. Tom talks about his many heroic saves as a lifeguard and Tim speaks about his recent car accident and the old man on the street who put a spell on him.
This week we discuss: Boy Meets World Meets Cults, Tricking Tim into Joining a Cult,Technical Difficulties, Cargo Cults, Heaven's Gate Cult, Getting Your World Views from 4 Year Olds, Don't Listen to Star Trek, Alien Abduction Insurance, Drinking the Flavor-Aid and Tim & Tom Solve Your Fake Problems in The Complete Guide to Cults.
Tim and Tom share their thoughts on the hottest season of the year and debate whether adults should enjoy the summer. Also covered: buying children's clothes to take advantage of back to school sales, visiting Amish country, creating foreign alter-egos to avoid boring conversations and we solve a problem from a man named Constable Wayne.
This week we talk about traveled 90 minutes and being in a completely different country than America! Also we go over the New York Live Show, Email Addresses with a space in them, Coconuts M&Ms, Peanut Allergies, Adventures at the M&M Store in Times Square, Fight or Flight, Witnessing a Murder in the Woods while Camping, Old Ladies and the Rules, Tom's Flight Delays and a Lovely Dinner for One at a Classy Establishment.
Need to get your dad a last minute Father's Day gift? We'll give you some ideas, but first we talk about jet packs, hover bikes and how to pick up a famous journalist at a high school prom. Then it's off to Brookstone to sit in the fancy vibrating chairs and buy some crap for your pops!
In this week's thrilling installment Tom discuses his early childhood detective career, a juggling update, the dangers of being hypnotized, a call to action for Zooey and The Berge, getting advice from t-shirts and Tim and Tom solve a paperboy's problem.