Best Of

#393 (Best Of): Sliding Into a Standup Double (Again)

#393 (Best Of): Sliding Into a Standup Double (Again)

We were going to do a new show this week, but the 6 inches of April snow pretty much sent Ann over the edge. Instead, we’re pretending it’s a normal spring, where we don’t have to shovel out the stadium before the game. This episode originally aired on July 16th, 2016.

Here’s the original write-up:

Ah, summer. The kids are out of school, the pool is ready to go, and hot, hazy days are followed by warm, breezy evenings.  What could be better than a beer, a brat and a ballgame? Mike and Ann are ready to roll back the roof at Safeco Field and talk a little baseball. TBTL baseball, that is. We’ve compiled a collection of clips that involve going to the game, getting on the field, hanging out with Ten friends, and one unfortunate story that probably still has Andrew waking up in a cold sweat.  We promise you don’t need to be a sports fan to enjoy this one.

#368 (Clip Show): LRB’s Year in Review

#368 (Clip Show): LRB’s Year in Review

It’s December 2018, and another year draws to a close at the Little Red Bandwagon. We’ve had a lot of fun talking about TBTL, as well as pop culture, sports, candy, pets (new and old), tasty beverages, the state of the world and our own lives. So for this month’s clip show, we’ve decided to take a look back at some of our favorite moments on our own show. Okay, they’re some of Ann’s favorite moments, since this was her idea and she was the one who trawled through the entire year to scoop them up. Listen as we discuss, argue and laugh our way through 2018. We hope you had as much fun listening as we had recording.

#284 (special): Everybody Loves RaymAnn

#284 (special): Everybody Loves RaymAnn

It’s time for the second in an occasional series of LRB Best Of clip shows, and this time Christy and Mike are getting together to talk about some memorable moments from everybody’s favorite* LRB host, Ann. We’ve got a trilogy of rants that include two different types of fingers, a “toilet seat too far”, a voice crush that led to us getting in trouble with Luke, and an impromptu commercial read that Mike insists stole his comedic voice. Plus, we finally find out how he really feels about Ann’s dreamcatcher.

*Ann feels extremely embarrassed to be writing this about herself, because it’s definitely not true