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The guys discuss the popularity of a rare fungus, how Damon's not intimidated by any animal given the gift of flight, and Mac incites a grown man tantrum.
The guys discuss the difference between "free range" and "caged" victims, how to find love in a cockpit, and Ted meets the same new people twice for the third time.
The guys discuss what goes up, and up and up and up, the fact that Damon absolutely knows what a "Dentician" does, and how there was almost an "unhappy accident" at a Bob Ross 5K.
The guys discuss the world's most expensive, bedazzled kitchen utensil, how to build infinite wealth two gold bars at a time, and Damon protects his family by repeatedly destroying deadly countertop piñatas.
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The guys discuss when "Sharpie Smuggling" is necessary, where your dog is allowed exactly 30 minutes of daily bark time without recourse, and how Mac basically pushed an obese, disgraced man off a balcony.
The guys discuss the lazy new technique of Homicide Painting, how a "boiling bag" can prevent you from accidentally seeing your family naked during T.V. time, and why any verdict handed down by the Court of Sharper Image includes worry-free retribution.
The guys discuss 1 Mac and 3 shades of gray, how less is more on a Lost Dog Flyer, and when the scent of murder can be so enjoyable.
The guys discuss how LinkedIn endorsements for mountain climbing are imperative for success, how lack of preparation and cheating is customary in the pianist community, and when a tow truck driver's phone call outweighs a 70 ton crime.
The guys learn about Mac's free, germaphobic pony that hates nature and people, Ted meets the most interesting man alive, and Damon gets mauled by a polar bear in a stolen Grand National.
The guys discuss when a car warranty can save your life, a caretaker that rakes and waters Italian loafers, and how when the chicken's frozen the victim is not a relative.
The guys have comedian, TJ Remec, in studio to discuss the multiple disappearances of an "Obvious Pickle Boy", a world record mouth from Idaho, and the only logical name for the ideal orangutan roommate.
The guys discuss home improvement store ninjas, why you should judge people solely based on the condition of a specific kitchen appliance, and how Mac's treatment of puppies depends on the placement of their kangaroo.
The guys get left unsupervised for an extended period of time while Mac does "paperwork" in his office, discuss a space age pillow rated for high impact collisions, and what sleeping position makes you susceptible to scammers.
The guys discuss how to properly hire a virtual assassin, that when you find a stray service dog they're just looking to play catch, and attending a computer class at a popular fried chicken franchise.
The guys discuss the world's first "ambassador to the extraterrestrial", how to surprise your Valentine with a moderately cool chocolate in Detroit, and the plausible deniability of a late night double waffle.
The guys discuss the new musical Grant, how Mac is both startled and confused by noises that he causes, and the need for a numbered waitress system in our society.
The guys discuss the most effective way of negotiating the purchase of a used shower rod, how people no longer fear their face "freezing that way", and how an Arby's coupon can get you significant ownership stake in any Puracchio Enterprise.
The guys discuss the proper techniques for animals to gossip, how stupid you have to be for autocorrect to give up and disable itself, and how a beach body and firearms are forever related.
The guys discuss how the register cannot close until the last customer leaves, getting mugged by a Zoltar machine, and Ted documents his nugget.
The guys discuss proper door holding etiquette, Mac granting complete creative freedom to his stylist, and the savory smell of holiday pay.
The guys discuss "Rage Quitting" holidays, the appropriate amount of effort required to sell items that were previously earmarked for the curb, and Ted flies after a false confirmation of safety.
The guys agree New Year's Resolutions are unnecessary, discuss how to get the terrible odors out of a pop icon's mansion, and discover the disappointment caused by three miles of foreplay.
The guys discuss what makes an enjoyable holiday, why David Hasselhoff's chest hair is imperative when gardening, and how Mac may be required to attend meetings for his only holiday tradition.
The guys discuss the "World's Best Sharpshooter", Damon unveils the newest way to transport cake, and Mac begs the guys NOT to play Lite Brite on his new studio lamps.
The guys discuss their favorite Thanksgiving dishes, Ted repeatedly shows off another unnecessary accent, and Damon admits to being the "wingman" for a three year old.
The guys discuss the difference between a pet and a wild animal, Ted discovers a new voice that Damon already hates, and Mac schemes to collect 100 free range chickens under very dangerous circumstances.
The guys discuss when it's not necessary to fold up your home workout equipment, how to recycle your Millennium Falcon properly, and Mac claims the word is "gig".
This week Damon finds out he had placed more "escape calls" than originally thought, Ted realizes furniture is heavier when alone, and Mac pleases the staff of Sesame Street with his newly discovered "side job".
The guys welcome back Damon for their first recording in over a month, Ted refuses Carrot Cake only to enjoy more free appetizers, and Mac has a new favorite job that requires the word "stage" be mentioned.