Reese returns from vacation and can't remember what happened, but it's cool, Smitty tells the tale for him. Jeff does bad business and Josh will never use The Math. Also, Indian Food drizzle shits, failed business lunches, The Goodbye Stranger mood killer, sponge foot, the man they call The Plague, mathematical middle ground and the failures of youth. Plus, the return of Comment Section Dummies: Ghostbusters Edition. Dig in, there's more. Enjoy!
The boys are delayed by Smitty's garbage tooth, but everything works out in the end and they soon steer the ship into familiar robot territory. Self driving cars, Johnny 5, Terminator and everything in between. Jeff has troubles with charity, Josh isn't responsible enough to finance a gay couple, Smitty goes at it anonymously and Reese tries word association, but it all goes to shit. All in all, no good deed goes unpunished and no shitty tooth goes unbroken. Be excellent to each other and don't be a dick. Oh yeah, stupid stuff about Mars too. Enjoy!
The boys, minus Josh, dissect the "Documentary" Aliens On The Moon: The Truth Revealed. The bullshit, the nonsense, the intriguing and the garbage. Mostly garbage...like 90% garbage. Also, Smitty makes a brilliant Edward James Olmos/Moon connection, so there's that. Enjoy!
The boys are back for a new year full of the same old shit. Tales of the shitty uncle, the Faceless Cat, the Right Turn Lane Dickhead and the American Hero, Hanukkah with Josh, Smitty's fake poop, Movie Time With Reese: Gallow Walkers edition, Asshole of the Week but probably Asshole of the Year, and much much more. This was a fun one. Welcome back! We've missed you!
Originally created as a Live Action Conversational Talk Show by Jeff D'Ottavio and Noah Smith, Truth-Time Theatre later evolved to the audio-only format of a weekly podcast. Every week Jeff and Noah, joined by co-hosts Josh Katz and The Doctor, Big Andy, sit down to answer Emails from listeners, delve into the mundane and insane bullshit of their daily lives, and occasionally cover strange news from around the world.
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