Funny Business

On this week’s special episode, Jon and Megs discuss caloric burn during sex, doms with dude-bros dialects, and never letting go.

This week’s featured song is Push Now by Southern Avenue

Clear Is My Favorite Color

On this week’s episode, Jon and Megs are joined by returning special guest Chris Mosely. Topics include Panel Discussions, preferred pronouns, riptides, and city-living VS. suburbia. Oh, and we have a corrections corner!

This week’s featured song of the week is American Queen by Ronna Reason

80 Dollar Uber

We’re back!!! On this week’s episode, Megs talks vacation, and Jon talks teeth. Other topics include the reality TV show, 60 Days In, and The Mare of Easttown.

This week’s featured song of the week is, Fun Guy by Brad Sucks

High School Helping Hand

On this week’s extra special episode, Jon and Megs are joined by Aaron. True story: Jon, Megs, and Aaron all went to high school together, but the three had very different high school experiences. Topics include: starting over, salacious high school experiences, the Tao of daddyism, and credit scores. Oh, and tips as to why you shouldn’t keep large sums of money in a tuxedo jacket.

This week’s featured song of the week is, The Feeling of Love by Shintaro Sakamoto

Middle School

On this week’s all new episode, Jon and Megs are joined by extra special guest, Jim. Jim teaches art at a middle school and doodles daily. Topics include middle school, safe spaces, plungers, and letting go.

This week’s featured song of the week is Off You by Big Thief

Eureka

We’re back! Sorry for the two-week unannounced hiatus. On this week’s episode, Jon and Megs discuss Eureka Springs, turning 40, the litter robot, and Vanessa Kade’s wonderful poker win.

This week’s featured song of the week is Pussy Mask by Peaches

Star-Spangled Spanner

On this week’s episode, Jon and Megs are joined by special guest Richard Richards. Topics include the CPAC National Anthem disaster, gay slang, prostate exams, and more!

This week’s featured song of the week is Allons-y by April March and Olivia Jean