Tom and Grahm begin the show discussing the "Storm Area 51" Facebook event that has attracted more than 3 million followers to "see them aliens." The guys then dive into the Bottle Cap Challenge that has swept the internet in recent weeks, before ending the show with a new segment called "Am I The Asshole?"
Tom and Grahm start the show discussing climate change, and the dangerous heat wave that's currently hitting Europe. The guys then recap the first night of the Democratic Presidential debate, before finishing the show with an artist's list of the 19 most annoying tattoo ideas.
Tom and Grahm start the show discussing Justin Bieber's recent tweet in which he challenges Tom Cruise to an MMA fight, followed by Donald Trump's claim that the Moon is a part of Mars. The guys then end the show talking about the recent trend of Instagram influencers visiting the dangerous Chernobyl nuclear site.
Tom and Grahm open the show discussing television's newest game show sensation, James Holzhauer, and why Tom thinks his historic Jeopardy run could be fake. They then turn their attention to the news about the Mount Everest climbing season being the deadliest on record, before ending the show with all the reasons internet trolls make the world a better place.
Tom and Grahm open the show talking about Elon Musk's newly released rap song, and try to determine whether or not it's just an elaborate April Fools prank. They then turn their attention to a recent announcement by NASA, claiming they're looking to pay people $18,500 to lay in a bed for 2 months for a scientific study, followed by a brief discussion about the world's "easiest" jobs. The guys then finish the show with their thoughts on the new Joker movie trailer.
Tom and Grahm begin the show discussing their recent issues with customer service, the 2020 Presidential race, and Grahm's late Christmas gift to Tom. They then share their thoughts on Kanye West's idea of a great Valentine's Day gift, before ending the show with complaints about social media and the Titanic II.
Tom and Grahm couldn't find the time to record a Christmas episode this year, so the guys are bringing back the holiday classic episode from last year! The guys kick off the annual Say What Christmas Spectactular with a look at a surprising list of the year's most popular children's toys, followed by an in-depth dissection of the popular holiday song "The 12 Days Of Christmas." They then discuss the roots of several Christmas traditions before breaking down the physics of Santa Claus, and sharing their ideal Christmas Day festivities. All while drinking hot cocoa spiked with peppermint schnapps.
Tom and Grahm discuss Starbucks's decision to ban indecent websites from their free Wi-Fi network, the recent JUUL Pod flavor crisis, and PETA's idea to end offensive terminology towards innocent animals.
Tom and Grahm open the show re-capping Thanksgiving and discussing the national romaine lettuce E. coli scare, before dissecting the 20 worst Christmas songs ever written. They then share a story about what happens when you try to contact an indigenous island tribe that has been isolated for more than 60,000 years, followed by their thoughts on the new "live-action" Lion King movie trailer, and a new detox tea that has celebrities going crazy.
Tom and Grahm kick things off discussing the Holiday Season, Starbucks cups, and Tom's neighborhood Christmas light war. They then share some unusual facts about Thanksgiving, including a list of disgusting vintage Thanksgiving sides such as Jello turkey loaf and caramel flavored cigarettes. The guys then revisit last week's Midterm election, share some Donald Trump themed Christmas gifts, and finish the show with a recap Grahm's recent trip to Nashville.
Tom and Grahm kick things off discussing the disgusting alternatives to Halloween candy, being sick, and the reason Tom had to buy a security system for his house. They then share a story about the possible discovery of a new planet in our solar system, and dive into a conspiracy theory about the so-called "Planet X" or "Nibiru." The guys then accidentally win a Caribbean Cruise for 2 before finishing the show with a discussion about Kanye West visiting the White House.
Tom and Grahm open the show discussing dead squirrels, the recent Apple Event announcments, and the mole within the Trump Whitehouse. They then dive head first into a claim Stormy Daniels made about President Trump's penis, before disecting the major uproar that was caused by Elon Musk smoking weed. The guys then finish the show with a list of things Dwayne The Rock Johnson eats on a "cheat" day.
Tom and Grahm start things off with a brief discussion about Colin Kaepernick and Nike, before revealing their predictions about next week's big Apple announcement. The guys then dive head-first into the Eminem vs Machine Gun Kelly beef, and finish the show talking about the creepy things Janet Jackson has been up to lately.
Tom and Grahm open the show discussing the chaotic past 24 hours of news, including the Paul Manafort verdict, the Michael Cohen guilty plea, and what both stories mean for Donald Trump. They then try to figure out why the VMA's are still a thing, and share ideas on how the city of Paris can solve it's public urination problem. The guys then finish the show with an update on the sarcophagus goo from last week, and share an article about a woman who wants to have children with a ghost.
Tom and Grahm return from their Summer break and kick things off with a discussion about the "In My Feelings" challenge trend, which has led to several injuries acorss the country. They then share an article about frugal people reusing used condoms, before discussing the recent internet boycott on Alex Jones. The guys then finish the show by signing a petition to drink the liquid goo from a 2,000 year old sarcophagus.
Tom and Grahm open the show with a recap of Kanye West's new song "Lift Yourself," before Tom explodes over a recent experience he had at a Lowe's store. The guys then discuss a recently published news article about a woman who was arrested for sending over 65,000 unwanted text messages to a guy after their first date.
Tom and Grahm begin the show with a discussion on North Korea, before trying to figure out why the world is obsessed with the upcoming Royal Wedding. The guys then dive head first into the "Yanny vs Laurel" argument that has taken the internet by storm, and finish the show with an article about Facebook's new dating app.
Tom and Grahm sit down for a shortened episode to discuss the "Cash Me Ousside" girl's new rap career, Grahm's new antique addiction, and the update on Elon Musk's couch situation. The guys also read Bhad Bhabie's lyrics during an extra-special Life Thoughts segment.
Tom and Grahm begin the show discussing their lengthly absence, the Condom Challenge, and the kid who became a viral sensation after his yodeling video went viral. The guys then discuss Facebook's recent scandal involving a breach in user data, and finish the show by sharing a crowdsourcing campaign that aims to get Elon Musk a new couch.
Tom and Grahm kick things off discussing the newest up-and-coming internet trend: The Hot Coil Challenge. They then share a story about two young adults that sold everything they own to sail across the world, only to have their sailboat sink less than 2 days into their trip. The guys then discuss their new crowdsourcing idea before ending the show with a revelation about Donald Trump's hair.
Tom and Grahm kick off the show with a new segment called "Idiot Of The Week," detailing an encounter that Tom recently had at a local gas station. They then discuss a Norwegian Olympian's claim that the color Blue is the "fastest color," before sharing a conspiracy theory about Elon Musk and the Tesla Roadster that was recently launched into space. The guys then finish the show with an article about a new trend in which people brush their teeth with charcoal powder.
Tom and Grahm kick things off with a recap of Super Bowl LII, detailing the most awkward moments from the Big Game. They then give a quick preview of the Winter Olympics before premiering Grahm's new commercial, and discussing a recent event at a fast food restaurant that made Tom fly off the handle. The guys then wrap things up with an article on "Lady Doritos" followed by listener mail.
Tom and Grahm open the show discussing a new commercial that Grahm is featured in, and talk about when and where it will be aired. They then dive into a preview of the upcoming Super Bowl and discuss Grahm's complete lack of knowledge about the game, including a theory of why the New England Patriots should never be allowed to play in the "Big Game" ever again. The guys then share an article about a woman who claims she is in a sexual relationship with the ghost of a dead pirate, and end the show with an in-depth discussion of their opinions on the latest Star Wars movie.
Tom and Grahm kick off the show by discussing the reason for their recent hiatus, and explain why Tom quit social media for nearly a month. The guys then talk about Donald Trump's latest health physical report, followed by an in depth conversation about the recent teen craze called the "Tide Pod Challenge." They then end the show discussing the popularity of a new Google app that allows you to match your selfie with a famous renaissance era painting.
Tom is joined by Chad Osuna from The Popcorn Podcasat this week to discuss Tom's recent trip to Las Vegas, flat-earthers raising money against science, Grahm's absence from the episode, and the 2017 Holiday Season.
Tom and Grahm come together for a quick episode to discuss marrying (and cheating) on yourself, the status of their state's power outage, and the new Starbuck's holiday cup that will cause the world to implode.
Tom and Grahm open the show with a recap of Halloween and explain why nearly their entire state is currently without electricity. They then discuss Tom's upcoming trip to Las Vegas, followed by a news article about a robot that Saudi Arabia recently named an official citizen of their country. The guys then finish the show with some news about the official Presidential Portrait and a Donald Trump themed "Life Thoughts" segment.
Tom and Grahm open the show with a story about how Grahm severely burned his finger, and then discuss the recent announcment that AOL's AIM service is shutting down for good. They then share some of their favorite AIM stories, before diving into Ivanka Trump's claim that she went through a "Punk Rock" phase, and discussing Eminem's viral freestyle video that was played at the BET awards. The guys end the show with an article about a Chinese space station that will crash into Earth in the coming months, and share their thoughts on what you should do to survive.