We have made it through Snowpocalypse 2016, and most all of us have it made it out of our homes. We prepare for a Polar Plunge for charity called Shiver in the River. It turns out that some of those noodles that you thought were addictive actually were, and all of us have different forms of milk we would choose to wash them down. We discover that old trucks love to run in the snow, while lazy blood hounds can complete feats of endurance that we can not.
The first rule about your child's daycare is you never talk about daycare. The Summer concert's are shaping up, and it looks like Guns N' Roses are finally going to be getting back together, but not before the Spice Girl's and Backstreet Boys join forces. Troy is joining the ranks of camper ownership. An old dog learns a new trick, and it may have just saved some cash. Chipotle found the answer to all their problems (more training); while Playboy found the answers to theirs (a reverse mortgage and no nudes)...we are not sure either is going to work.
It has been a banner week as a stand that has been taken for 7 years has come to an end, but what may be good for the podcast may not be good for the soul. Self driving cars are yet another step closer to our garages, and Troy may have found a way to use it to his financial advantage. Another Ghetto Ski Trip is in the books, and the biggest crash wasn't even on the slopes. Birth control has taken an interesting turn, and we wonder what other advances may be coming to our oldest bag of tricks. Our old friend Reggie shows up one night, but at least he didn't find any snakes this time.
We'll leave the Nut Light on for you.
2016 is here and we are still on the air! We have finally all seen Star Wars, not because we had to, but so we could browse the internet again safely. We discover a new way to "enjoy" jellybeans, and the story of the Ghetto Ski Trip is revealed as we look forward to the next chapter. When your friends teach you how to punch a bag; take it with a grain of salt or you may hurt more than your wrist. The question of how much money it would take to go away for a few years is discussed.