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Below is a list of recurring themes that appear throughout the archived podcast episodes.

Orc in Boot-cut Jeans Edit

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Appearances: Episode 1: Aphrodite's Labyrinth, Episode 2: Paragons of Truth, Episode 4: The Ramen Baka, Episode 8: The Throne Zone, Episode 18: The Farm Report

Ben Edit

Description: A very tiny man who lives in an upside down trash can with a tiny little door on it who untangles hoses for a living. Ben only eats at Wendy's, throwing away the buns of burgers and leaving discarded bread and wrappers in his wake to mark his presence. Drives a 1999 GMC Sonoma.

Appearances: Episode 6: So I Wrote a Thing, Episode 13: The Witching Hour

Terre Haute, Indiana Edit

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Appearances: Episode 8: The Throne Zone, Episode 13: The Witching Hour, Episode 18: The Farm Report

Chili Edit

Description: Chili and the "Chili Shirt" are commonly referenced, often to highlight how gross the hosts are and how they often smell like chili or wear a white t-shirt stained with chili in places that wouldn't be appropriate.

Appearance: Episode 8: The Throne Zone, Episode 11: The Content Cast, Episode 14: Wine Moms

The Albino Twins from the Matrix Edit

Description: The Albino Twins first appear in the Matrix sequel, the Matrix: Reloaded, and often are referenced by hosts of the show as being really cool and badass, and aspirational.

Appearance: Episode 1: Aphrodite's Labyrinth, Episode 2: Paragons of Truth, Episode 4: The Ramen Baka, Episode 7: The American Stream, Episode 9: The Paradigm Shift, Episode 14: Wine Moms.

Salisbury Steak Edit

Description: Not the stupidest food ever, and not completely disgusting. Really delicious food that makes you jack off more.

Appearance: Episode 9: The Paradigm Shift, Episode 18: The Farm Report

Skeletons Edit

Description: Typical cartoon skeletons that clack clack, drink beer that falls out of their ribs because they don't have stomachs, make skeleton puns, and wear top hats.

Appearance: Episode 13: The Witching Hour, Episode 18: The Farm Report

Uncle Rick Edit

Description: Uncle Rick makes a mean kombucha, and has his own bible. Described as a "Rust-Belt Shaman" and is the only one who can keep the Branson Boys in line.

Appearance: Episode 2: Paragons of Truth, Episode 6: So, I Wrote a Thing, Episode 18: The Farm Report

Beer30 Edit

Beer30 is a brand of beer with the slogan "It's legally beer".

Appearance: Episode 13: The Witching Hour, Episode 18: The Farm Report