The boys answer emails about Reese's freakout, talk about the mysteries of mysterious things, Jeff gets caught up in a small time sting operation as well as getting mistaken for a black man, Noah gushes over Bay Area sports and Josh hates Christmas (not because he's Jewish).
Things get weird as Reese slips into a deep insanity, and Josh seems suicidal. Without any warning the show spirals to an abrupt end. Apologies.
The boys answer some emails, talk about embarrassing accidents, the space jump, and Jeff has another horrible Starbucks incident.
Smitty digs deeper into the homeless issue, Jeff sees a fat woman poop, Reese attracts the crazies, and Josh might be a sociopath. Also, Big Brotha Thunda.
The boys shout out Radio Realm, Jeff gets into a one-sided Twitter fight, Smitty discovers a new hobo haven, the internet runs too deep, and Jeff makes good on a promise of a new game.
The first Truth-Time Theatre game is played and it doesn't go quite as planned, but it does go as expected.
Short a man, the boys discuss past mishaps, Faux-Jira, old douche bags, the real life Uncle Lenny, gun toting road whores, and a burning PT Cruiser. Also, Cheap Trick's fuckery, plus, Reese and Smitty issue listener challenges (both of which are dogshit).
The boys answer emails, reflect on JERKS, talk UFOs, and try to provide vital information about the sinister Shadow People to a loyal listener. Also, Jeff karate kicks a spider.
The boys answer old emails, talk about the impending robot uprising, black voodoo curses, and Smitty phones in from the wild.
Recorded phone calls from Smitty describing attempted teleportation, LSD prison escape, alien time travelers, and the Pyramid Conspiracies.
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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