Sep 25, 2004
Steve McGrew explains why he goes to Walmart as an anti-depressant and thinks Alcoholics Anonymous questionaires should be more realistic.
Oct 8, 2004
Lizz Winstead explains why she's not afraid of terrorists and suggests ways to convince Republicans to support marriage equality.
Jan 14, 2005
Jimmy Carr questions his own survival instincts, wonders why trailers just don't drive out of the way of tornados and citicizes the ending of "The Passion of the Christ."
Feb 18, 2005
Godfrey details the woes of riding the New York City subway, explains why there are so few black astronauts and considers becoming a weatherman in Nigeria.
Feb 25, 2005
Tess explains the difference between "plus sized" and "juicy" and why she was bad at temp work.
Mar 4, 2005
Reno Collier points out the ineffectiveness of slingshots, talks about why he'd rather be drunk than famous and explains why teachers have to be great liars.
Mar 11, 2005
Christian Finnegan will put up with an $85 a month fat tax and being bad at Monopoly, but he has no patience for chatty urinal-mates.
Mar 25, 2005
Jeff Cesario discusses America's many contradictions, explains why jerks never get cancer and flaunts his uniquely Midwestern physique.
Apr 1, 2005
Drew Fraser explains why he never sleeps with skinny women, why only kids in the suburbs go missing and why he needs more sleep the older he gets.
Apr 8, 2005
Russ Meneve talks about breaking up via email, preferring food to sex and the alarming number of annual shark attacks.
Apr 15, 2005
Dan Naturman thinks flying JetBlue is the best way to avoid a hijacking and explains why Maryland speed traps are a bit extreme.
Apr 29, 2005
Lynne Koplitz wonders what Jesus would do if he lived in New York City, weighs in on children who grow up in Manhattan and explains why her boyfriend thinks she's crazy.
May 6, 2005
Tom Shillue warns about the alarming frequency of "wrong-side surgery," gets embarrassed about his dad's shameless shirt re-tucking and makes the Constitution sound sexy.
May 13, 2005
Todd Lynn explains why New Yorkers make everything aggravating, misses old-fashioned phones and wishes there was a slur that could actually offend white people.
May 20, 2005
Aries Spears describes how white people enjoy the animal kingdom, examines post-9/11 racial divides and performs a rap tribute.
May 27, 2005
Vic Henley weighs in on New York City accents, living in the South and British-U.S. relations.
Jun 3, 2005
Keith Robinson talks about growing up in South Philadelphia, the National Spelling Bee and modern hip hop.
Jun 10, 2005
Rocky LaPorte reminisces about growing up in Brooklyn, being held back in school and the underwhelming menagerie of the Staten Island Zoo.
Jun 17, 2005
Craig Shoemaker weighs in on childbirth, having sex after having kids and trying to find things to talk about with his married friends.
Jun 24, 2005
Harland Williams talks about trying to speak Chinese, having sex with someone who's had plastic surgery and knowing tanning salon protocol.
Jul 1, 2005
Al Madrigal expounds on discount oral sex, the pain of listening to The Wiggles and how much you need to spend at a restaurant to get the chef to care about your meal.
Jul 8, 2005
Alonzo Bodden poses a theory about the origin of the term ""African American,"" discusses the natural balance of stereotypes and questions the Iraq War.
Jul 15, 2005
Henry Phillips shares songs about booty calls, lowered dating standards and trying to sing the blues when you don't really have any problems.