The boys get into the right and wrongs of police training, past serial killer encounters, and why a barrel of rusty handsaws spells danger. Also, a day in the life of Smitty Strongback, the escalating Smitty email situation, The Great Rat Massacre of 2013, Jeff plans to turn his backyard into a Predator like defensive zone, goats get horse-kicked and the results of such a thing, Smitty hunts a job and Jeff hunts everything, the battle is won but not the war. Plus, a bonus bit about Reese's Mexican Puzzle Art after the closing song.
Smitty is injured, but the boys forge ahead in his absence. Rage over a series of bizarre encounters, shitty white entitlement, strangers ranting about Eddie Vedder, Florida news, the Mexicans did not steal your job, racist hippie vegans, the food picture fiasco, and much more. Stick around after the closing music for an extra bit about the difference between Enya and Enigma, who drives Civics and some other horseshit.
The boys sit down to discuss a slurry of nonsense and a healthy serving of despicable and terrible things from simple Jury Duty to unspeakable, but clearly speakable, atrocities. Florida news, diddlers, hidden little people, vermin updates, eye stabbing, and much more. Also, stick around after the closing music for a little bonus bit of stupidity.
The boys are joined by Reese's brother Eric as they discuss poor meme execution, what went wrong with The Walking Dead, the wonders of 3D Printing, Chinese craziness, why Arnold and Sly can't be taken seriously, and the new trend of all black remakes of bad movies. There's some other stuff too.
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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