John Kriesel and Jim Bruton make this the episode with the highest number of authors on at one time. We’ve even got Pat Proft, the successful screenwriter. Someone call Guinness.
Wendy gets to know the family a little better. Her life is now a little worse.
Tonight we’ve got the nation’s eminent sports expert Paul Banks. Can he justify the title? You’ll just have to find out.
Like 70s stand up comedy? I sure hope so, because that’s what this episode is about.
Craig Wright, author of Pages From Baseball’s Past, joins us to talk about…baseball’s past.
Tom gets serious as he explains what drives him to succeed and to fail.
Lou’s back with some Sid Hartman stories. There seems to be a lot of those lately.
On the second episode of Conspiracy Theory with Tom Barnard: are SSRIs worse than the devil? No, not really.
I’m not sure Eddie fully understands what the KKK is. That or he has a very open mind.
In this episode Tom wonders what the deal with kind Asian women is. Where do they all come from?