What do you get when you take a figuratively humiliating undressing in front of a dozen basketball-playing missionaries, add in an even more humiliating literal undressing a few weeks later in an elementary school playground, mix it up with an obscene and somewhat racist Mexican Man, some fake excrement on a toilet handle, a missionary’s apartment keys in the beak of a dead crow, some Van Halen and MC Hammer, endless games of hearts, a tiny bit of backbone, and some sprained and bandaged wrists?
It’s story-time with Glenn.
Satire. Parody. Some people get it, some people don’t. Matthew Timion shares his listener essay about the time he became David Archuleta. Kind of.
Jake, Scott, Randy and Glenn fill out the panel discussion.
Tom talks to Allen about his listener submitted essay: “Goodness vs. Loyalty: The little known dichotomy.”
Tom and Bob interview Ben Fellows from the band The Lacuna Brotherhood. We talk about Ben’s disaffection from Mormonism, his obsession with Wikipedia and eventually get around to his love of music and sample some of the songs on the album Aftermath.
Band Website: http://lacunabrotherhood.com/
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Bob shares a few of his favorite songs, their hidden messages, and how they were (of course) written just for him and the narrative of his life. So climb in the passenger side and sing along.
Bob is joined by Logan Beaux of PracticallyCulture.com to review the movie Noah. This is followed by a discussion as to whether or not bringing certain types of Mormons (*cough* Mike *cough*) onto the show is a good idea. Glenn stops by to share his $.02 as well.
Randy exposes his great red-headed passion, and so much more, in this engaging conversation about God and Science and Stuff. Glenn, Jake, and Bob take turns antagonizing as they all float down the river of time in the galactic inter-tube of imagination. Yeah…. that.
Tom Perry explains what it means to be a real man and how to go black but never go back. Sorta.
Jake sits down with Nick and Maren to discuss Nick’s audio essay “The One True Casserole.”