Yosemite

This week Tim and Tom go hiking in the nation's largest national park: Yosemite. Learn all about hiking, nature and almost dying alone in the woods!

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Left Handedness

This week we discuss the sinister implications of using the devil's dominant hand: the left hand. A lot of solid scientific research went into determining the evils of left handedness, and we'll use all of it. All of it. 

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Appetizers

This week we're talking apps and NOT the kind you might find on a modern smartphone! No, we're talking about the original apps: appetizers. The things you eat to appetize before a big meal. You know, like chicken fingers and stuff.

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Fall TV Preview 2016

This week, Tim and Tom scheme to become hulking muscle men. They also discuss some of the new and returning TV shows coming this fall. What shows? Well, shows like Supernatural, Westworld, Jane The Virgin, Kevin Can Wait, Big Bang Theory, Who’s The Boss, Dancing with the Stars, Ladder Matches, Supergirl, Night Court rumors, Dr. Phil, Designated Survivor. There’s also a little Edward Snowden talk.

iPhone 7

Apple announced the iPhone 7 this week (and some other stuff) and we talk about it as we are wont to do. We also discuss the latest Taylor Swift news and solve a problem from a listener who can't get her partner to listen to the same music as her.

MTV VMA 2016

Welcome to this week's episode of Teen Talk, the only show where two men in their mid-thirties talk about all the cool stuff teens are into.

This week Tom watched the MTV Video Music Awards and wasn't nearly as confused as he thought he'd be.

Burger King

This week we talk about Burger King, an episode we were shocked we haven't done before. Obviously there's a lot of Whopper talk, but we also discuss some lesser-known menu items for all you fast food hipsters. Also, Tim wants to spy on a contractor and we solve a problem from someone who wants some driving tips.

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Alien Superstructure

Have we possibly found an alien civilization almost 1,500 light years away? That’s what some scientists are saying, and if you can’t trust scientists who can you trust? This week we’re talking about the famous vacuum cleaner man Dyson and his sphere, which collects energy for a star.

We also hear from a woman named Becky who asks for advice about how to get people to stop calling her Becky.

Buffalo Wings

Hoo boy, this is a hot one! This week we talk about everybody's favorite spicy treat that covers your face with sauce and makes you work for every last bit of meat on the bone: Buffalo Wings. Also, Tim is bummed out and Tom can't get enough of The Matrix.

And in a new installment of Tim & Tom Solve Your Problems, we advise a gentleman who has a co-worker who won't leave him alone.

Jared Leto

From My So-Called Life to Suicide Squad we’ve watch Jared Leto grow from a handsome boy to a handsome man who still looks like a boy. Whether he’s gaining a lot of weight or losing a lot of weight he sure can act. This week we’re talking all about him and his method acting and his band that all the kids seem to love, 30 Seconds to Mars.

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Shoes

Shoes. Everybody wears 'em, but what do we really know about them? This week, we discuss all different kinds of shoes and share some very important opinions about that famous footwear everybody's talking about: shoes!

Also, Tom has some words for people who don't check their email, and we solve a problem from a lady who can't convince her boyfriend to get the kind of dog she wants.

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Lucid Dreaming

This week we're talking all about lucid dreaming. What's lucid dreaming? It's when you know you're in a dream! You'll be thinking, "Am I HAVING a dream? If so, I never want to wake up!" when you listen to this amazing episode!

Also we solve a listener problem about Jeopardy! that makes Tim jealous.

Pokémon Go

This week two men in their 30s will infuriate a bunch of you by trying to make sense of the Pokémon Go phenomenon. We also solve a problem from a listener who can't get rid of an annoying friend.

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Waterparks

Waterparks! Slides, tubes, pools, waterparks have them all. This week Tim and Tom went to a waterpark for the first time in probably at least a decade and returned to tell the tale. They discuss the different kinds of amusements one would find at a waterpark as well as what’s worth your time (lazy rivers) and what might not be (wave pools). If you’re looking for thrills AND spills then this episode is right up your alley.

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Fourth of July

On this episode, we celebrate our country's independence from that lousy king and talk about hot dogs and fireworks and all that stuff. Also, Tom has an idea for a new kind of credit card scam.

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Golf

This week we talk about the sport that all the gentleman go wild for: golf. From putting to sand traps, we cover it all. Plus, Tom sees some ridiculous fashion choices on a train and Tim shares a horrible story involving a horse.

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Sandwiches

This week we’re talking turkey, turkey SANDWICHES that is. One of our favorite topics, but one that has never been explored at length, until now. We aren’t afraid to tackle the big issues either. Mustard or mayonnaise? Whole wheat or white bread? How tall of a sandwich is too tall? We also find surprising common ground as well as a whole lot of conflict.

Simulation Hypothesis

This week we learn that the world around us might not be what it seems, as Tom explains to Tim what the Simulation Hypothesis is all about. Is life as we know it a computer simulation? It's possible. Does Tim have issues with low blood sugar? It would explain all the giggling in this episode. We also solve a problem from a listener who has an awkward situation at work with her boyfriend.