Get ready for trash talk.
Pete might not know the joys of parenthood, but he gets similar levels of happiness appreciating the little things in life.
Pete gets excited when Martellus gets to the part about end zone dances.
Martellus has a lot of thoughts on the hybrid.
Martellus reads Pete a story he wrote about the man who lives in his beard.
Gary declares his love for Trader Joe's.
Bostonians don't just love Tom Brady, they're also in love with him.
If you're invited to a wedding, it's your job to make sure it's a great wedding.
Jean takes Lizzy to find a heavily-discounted wedding dress while Bill teaches BJ about the best way to conceive as many kids as possible.
ScHoolboy Q busts Pete for needing a bigger bucket hat.
Pete responds to Rachel Spalding's early birthday wish.
Sub Zero's fatality faces the harsh reality of basic physics.
No one will ever know you as well as you know yourself.
Topics included: Kid 'n Play, wearing a condom while flaccid, sex with cartoon characters and loopholes for singing copyrighted songs on TV.
Will Ben succumb to peer pressure and play bongos on Pete's stomach?
Karl makes a $495 profit in front of our eyes, and it doesn't end there.
You know it's a truly great trick because it leaves Pete upset.
Popeye experiences the realistic consequence of eating a full can of pre-cooked spinach.
The service industry is the original Kickstarter.
Pete abuses the "complete free will" aspect of D&D.
Daniel had sex while getting yelled at by a Swedish man on speakerphone.
Lawyer Pete tries to cheer up his imprisoned client by sprucing up his living conditions.
Pete envies smokers' built-in socially acceptable excuse to step outside.
Eliza talks about boy's ice hockey past, her weird ass sleep habits, and the differences between labia and clitoris.
Beth's mom makes a lot of inadvertent sexual innuendo for someone so uncomfortable with the topic of sex.