A lot of big names grace the description of this week’s episode!
Featuring clips from Al Jean, Fran Tarkenton, Sean Patton, and Adam Hunter.
As The Simpsons enters its 27th year and the Tom Barnard Show enters its third year, we compare the impact our respective shows have had on the world. The Simpsons wins. We also discuss vehicle emissions thanks to that whole Volkswagen thing.al, diesel, emissions, jean, milaca, simpsons, tirecarver, tom, volkswagen
Tom and Kathryn have been talking about Rectify every day for the past week. Now we’ve finally got a cast member from the show on to talk about it. We’ve also got Al Roker, author of Storm of the Century and guy everyone has heard of.al, century, crime, dads, evermore, explosion, galveston, hurricane, jd, mad, minneapolis, rectify, roker, storm, tianjin, violence
The first half of today’s episode is about celebrities saying dumb things. We may have covered this before, but the quotes keep coming. And they’ll never stop. Speaking of never stopping, Adam Goldberg has been in all sorts of stuff. His latest stuff is The Jim Gaffigan Show. Why not watch it tomorrow at 10 PM EST on TV Land?adam, al, bashioum, blaine, franken, from, goldberg, hammer, hebrew, mccain, michele, mike, phone, ralph, tafoya
Remember a few weeks ago when we said Al Michaels would be on? Well he finally is, eventually. It’s a real miracle on ice. Because Minnesota. Al’s got plenty to say, some of which is about Eminem. In the second half the founders of Cornerstone, the student loan service you’ve heard Michelle talk about so much, are live and in studio.al, bashioum, bryan, cornerstone, havens, jared, loan, michaels, michelle, ralph, smith, student, tafoya