Mark and Hal dissect one of the greatest bands in the history of music and settle the age-old debate of which one is best! Topics include:
- Peace & Love
- Game of Thrones
Mark and Hal go down under to explore the world of men's underwear and resurface with the ultimate beneath-garment for dudes.
Ladies, get the look into the netherlands that you always knew you never wanted!
- Going Commando
- 9-year old Dandies
In honor of the Star Wars day, Mark and Hal sit down to hash out once and for all which of the Star Wars films is the best one. Hop in the Millenium FALL-con with them and tour all six films in hyperspeed!
Mark and Hal welcome their very first guests: The great musical duo of Paul & Storm join them to settle the Coke vs Pepsi debate once and for all! Which soft drink reigns supreme? How do those giant coke robot machines work? Will Hal ever overcome his childhood soda trauma? Only one way to find out...
Imagine it's summertime, and you're having friends and family over for a barbecue - should you be dropping matches on some charcoal briquets or pushing a button to fire up the gas grill?
Mark and Hal settle the debate from our nation's capital and leave no stone unturned (except for a bunch of stones they didn't turn)!
- The Coors Bullet Train
- Fire rocks
- The pyramid(s)
- Mark Russell vs Victor Borge
- Unapologetic Pyros
Canine or Feline? Woof or Meow? These are the important questions of our times, and Mark and Hal won't back away from answering them. Covered in this episode:
- The unbearable depression of Garfield
- Outdoor dogs
- Claws all the time
- Joe Cool: The Dog
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In this episode, Mark and Hal square off to decide once and for all whether New York or Los Angeles is the better city! We leave no stone unturned (except all the stones we completely ignored).
Will it be Hooray for Hollywood or are we in a New York State Of Mind?
Only one way to find out for sure!
Happy April Fools Day!
Recorded in Philadelphia, Mark and Hal debate the more important topic of our generation. Something the major news networks constantly cover. The topic Heads of State around the world are ready to go to war over and historians have discussed for eons.
It ends NOW.
Peanut Butter: one of America's favorite spreads! For over 80 years we're had the choice between Creamy and Chunky peanut butter. Which is superior? Don't worry; we got this.
You'll learn about:
- Mouth Excitement
- Charlie Daniels
- Talking Horses
- Glass Elevators and Child Labor
- Sandiwch Integerity
If you want to let YOUR voice be heard on this topic, vote in our SodaHead poll here.
That said, OUR DECISION IS FINAL!
Fresh from the 10th Anniversary of The Thrilling Adventure Hour, Mark and Hal sat down to hash out socks!
When you finally get around to putting your clean laundry away, what is the best method for putting away your socks: should you fold, or roll?
Mark and Hal have the answer. Topics covered include:
- Charlie Chaplin
- Hirsute feet
Keep a lookout for our YouTube video, in which we each demonstrate our personal methods of sock storage. It's as exciting as it sounds!
We're back, and this time we have a brand new theme song courtesy of Mike Phirman!
People are picky about their paper in the commode and how it should hang. Mark and Hal help settle the age old debate of overhand vs underhand, including:
-All in the Family
-How To Remove The Mystery From Your Marriage
-The Price Is Right
-Rhymthic Gymnastics & Family Circus
We left no stone unturned to bring you the final word on this important topic.
Hot Dogs have been part of American food culture for almost 150 years, and while there are a number of ways to dress up your dog, the one topping that raises the most furious debate is ketchup.
Some people like the taste, while others think it's hot dog homicide.
That's why we're here answer, once and for all:
Should you put ketchup on your hot dog?
Don't waste any more time debating. We got this.
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