Here's to the next 201!
Lex went into Manhattan. There, he witnessed one cabbie offer unusual advice to another cabbie.
I scripted a show. This is what that sounds like.
An important YDL programming note.
Liam once again joins me on YDL. Come for the astute insights, but stay for his inspired cover of the theme song, which rounds out the show.
This episode is about flatulence. It's Twitter's fault.
My car! My Thanksgiving! My birthday!
I got a new Nissan Leaf. I'm ready to review it for you now, as I've owned it for a solid 15 hours.
Also it's pouring rain so I don't want to drive it anywhere. Life is meaningless.
The Friedman family found its missing Roku remote. But does that mean they truly solved the crime?
YDL tries a new format today, as host Lex Friedman continues to investigate the case of Lex Friedman's missing Roku remote.
And is there a way to find it given that it's a Bluetooth-aware device?
Also where is it? Seriously.
In which I talk (briefly) about Serial and (more extensively) about the word "museum" and whether "Liam" rhymes with it.
If you asked me what this episode is about, I would say, four and a half minutes long.
I apologize. This is a weird one.
This was yesterdy's episode. I just saw I never hit the Post button so now I'm typing this before I post it.
I also have to record today's episode still.
I'm back from vacation. You're welcome, world!
Yup. I did a twenty minute episode to tide you over, because I won't release new episodes next week.
We'll get to be daily again at some point, folks. Right now, we're sorta daily. But here's why I missed yesterday!
The question: Can I still listen to Moxy Fruvous after the allegations surrounding sexual assualt by one of that band's members?