Sam and Nate are back from Hong Kong and regale Taylor with tales of their brief adventure. Then Taylor's science man comes to answer some science questions.
Taylor joins us this week moments before we take off for Hong Kong. We sit down to figure out how that particle accelerator works, once and for all.
It's all juggalos, shit transplants and misconceptions on this week's We.
A real slice of life episode. We discuss Kobeyashi in a man vs bear vs hotdog competition and the color of our Reptilian Overlords. (Spoiler: They are purple)
We had the Secret Transmission podcast join us for a spooky chat. We discuss the ins and outs of being disinformation agents and Nate and I grossly misunderstand how talking backwards works. Streblo
We get a visit from the Yupis man who teaches us a thing or two about the end of the world. Also, we talk about beating up a bunch of kids or something.
Special guests Sonic the Braindog. We got to thinking about who Slimer could have been in life before he was a ghost. This has got to be the definitive answer.
This may be the birth of a new podcast where we read fan fiction scripts. But then again, probably not because that sounds like a lot of work. We won't do it, but that doesn't mean you can do it. Don't you dare take our idea that we won't do anything with.
We get lost in the internet woods learning about some old timey hoaxes and then we fall in love with a wall.
Audio engineering that is sophisticated enough is imperceptible from magic. We took two short episodes, slapped them together and here you have 1 full episode.
We discuss butt-cracking eggs, sex menus, the seedy underbelly of Taiwan and the law.
Nathan finally finds his way to Taiwan and we use our time together to discuss the age old question of how do we get cats to read walls and write folk songs.
Spoiler warning: there aren't really any spoilers in this episode. Last episode with Nate sitting on US soil. You can really hear the liberty
We have an honorary degree in the Amish Sciences from Jebediah's Barn College.
We are joined again by Gnoll who shares with us a delightful tinder tale. There is a lot of great dating advice hidden in this one.
We are joined by Taylor's roommate (and friend of the show) Noelle. No-L? Gnoll? Not sure how to spell it, but her voice has been captured for all eternity as she tells us a story about eating bees.
This one is for you, Paulson. Here is the Greenbo Lakes Trainshow clip, he knows what he knows. This clip was requested via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org If you want us to make a nugget out of one of your favorite Royal We moments, shoot us an email. We’d love to hear from you. Please? We are so lonely.
Taylor joins us in the podcast studio to discuss whether or not the wind feels like tits. It doesn't.
This episode really brings up more questions than answers. A lot of this is just hearsay about a snapchat that Nate happened to see. Now that I think of it, Nate must have been that Captain of the Porn Boat. Fan theories are welcome.
We rise from the podcast grave to talk about Will Smith math and cowboy monkey balls. It's been a long hiatus. Long live the We? We aren't
This is real, I swear. I have done none of the research, and we have no citations, but just trust me.
It's owl wing week here at The We. Buy one rack of owl wings get the second set free. Hurry on in, they's endangered, now, ya'here?
We discuss the legality and culinary quandary that is cannibalism.
Our Zoo friend, Mitch, weighs in on the bucket requirements of various livestock