Solomon Threatens a Baby
In this episode, Alan and Adam tell Nick about the wisest man who ever lived: Solomon. Nick learns that Alan and Adam have a firm grasp of grammar. Oh, AND […]
None of This is Reel Trailer
Nick and Adam have a new podcast: None of This is Reel! Here’s the trailer for their new show, we hope you enjoy it and come join us as we […]
Mary and Joseph Stay Together for the Baby Jesus
In this episode, Alan and Adam tell Nick about the Christmas Story. Nick learns that Jesus is a Josh-damn little shit.
Capital “T” Truth with Will (an Ex-Pastor)
In this episode, Nick, Adam, and Will discuss “truth” and it’s various meanings. Nick learns that Will and Adam still have some lingering feelings about their lapsed beliefs.
G.K. Chesterton: Pillars of Conservatism – Part 4
In this episode, Nick tells Adam about turn of the century religious writer G. K. Chesterton. Nick learns that Adam has very strong feelings about C. S. Lewis fans.
Pat Robertson: Pillars of Conservatism – Part 3
In this episode, Nick tells Adam about conservative TV personality Pat Robertson. Nick and Adam learn than real life Bond villains might actually exist!
Jerry Falwell: Pillars of Conservatism – Part 2
In this episode, Nick tells Adam about conservative religious leader and political activist, Jerry Falwell. Nick learns that Adam's idea of turn-ons might be broader than first imagined.
Car Episode: 90s Christian Culture
In this episode, Alan and Adam talk about their experience growing up in the 90s in the church. The two of them learn that maybe Alan being in charge of his brother’s church clothes inspired an eventual career.
Russell Kirk: Pillars of Conservatism – Part 1
In this episode, Nick tells Alan and Adam about the author of The Conservative Mind, Russell Kirk. Everyone learns “paleo” has more than one obvious reference, and that Ren Faires need to be consensual.
Evie’s Catholic Corner: Pope Hats (Corrected Audio)
In this episode, Evie tells Alan, Adam, and Nick about the Papal headwear. Everyone learns that sometimes when the Pope says he wants to be less fancy, what he really means is, “I want a lighter hat”.