Brent Sullivan replies to a letter from the "not out yet" 2004 Brent Sullivan.
Mario and Luigi face the reality of hitting bricks with their heads.
If it wasn't for the arts, Pete would be performing for stuffed animals.
Old bras, inappropriate mothers and evil, child clowns.
How much is too much sharing?
The CrabFeast podcast hosts are the yin to one another's yang.
Ryan's dad has elevated humiliation to an art form.
A young Jay Larson once tried to get Red Sox All Star Dwight Evans' autograph. It didn't go well.
Dumping someone is hard. You have to plan it like an assassination.
Pete betrays therapist-patient privilege, but hey, at least it's not as bad as this one guy he sees.
Pete has started and finished entire relationships online, unbeknownst to the other person.
Prepare for Pete to tune out if you start talking about your crazy dream.
Everything is custom-made for Mutombo.
Jordan never dunked on Mutombo, but he did do this….
Lawyer Pete's idea of a good time is tormenting his client.
Pete is envious of old guys and their "exit-level" positions.
Pete and Matt Berninger of The National write chili-laden pop.
The very thing that makes you not blind will also make you blind. Whoa.
You can tell how good a party is by how many people are at the cheese plate.
The "Community" star plays F*ck/Mary/Kill George Clooney.
Byron wants to be so great that his flaws will be overlooked.
Byron needs a taint person on his wardrobe staff.
Pete advises you not to back away from the big feelings (or the tater tots).
How much does Pete really know about one of his best friends? Not much.
Opening to a random page is not for the faint of heart.