What's creepier: a mannequin head, poster of Bobby, or a dead deer? Why is Jeremy so aggro? What happened to the button fly on my suit? This week we sit down with Ten, podcaster, and mail carrier Jeff Richardson to ask the hard questions and of course break down some classic moments in TBTL history.
There’s nothing better than a great origin story. For her October Phlashback, Phyllis Fletcher takes Mike and Bobby back to the day Luke shared with the world the note left on his backward-facing car in the maritime village of Port Townsend, WA, that brought a colorful addition to the TBTL lexicon. And while we have her, Phyllis kindly takes the boys (who have two journalism degrees and zero journalism jobs between them) through how her awesome day job works.
Mike and Ann are joined by Nick Armes, hospitality professional, Civilization lover, and quite possibly one of the nicest guys ever to wear an Imperial Officer’s uniform. We get the lowdown on Detroit pizza, Nick’s TBTL tattoo, and no-fail strategies for romancing the ladies. Then we take a trip down memory lane to a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (well, to 2012 in the Mt Baker neighborhood of Seattle), and listen to Andrew battle his fear of heights while Luke makes inarticulate sounds of glee with every overhead pass of the famous Blue Angels.