In this one thumbs-up episode, the Hardwick family huddles together in the warm and cozy Dump to bring each other some winter cheer. Caleb ponders the mysterious history of cow licks; Noah finds the path to trivia glory; Seth defends his fudge making skills; and Miz Carla makes an appeal to the black market for a Chick-Fil-A calendar. Plus, another spoiler-loaded Unmentionable Movie Review and a celebration of the world’s shortest things!
In this lightly seasoned episode, the Hardwicks convene once again in their winter wonder Dump to discuss the flammability of cinnamon rolls and the remarkable longevity of 2x4s as Christmas presents. Meanwhile, Caleb does his best Alex Trebek impression, Seth tries to make some ArkLUG converts, Noah finally reveals how he named his rabbits, and Miz Carla comes close to becoming a Garvan Gardens martyr. Plus, the crew reveals their official 2017 Christmas wish list.
In this thermoplastic polyurethane episode, an aardvark, skunk, meerkat, and bullfrog walk into a studio and provide an array of color commentary on Thanksgiving. The Hardwicks reveal their indigenous people nicknames, discuss some overlooked things for which to be thankful, and reminisce about enjoying half-smoked-half-fried turkey at the fire station. Plus, Noah delivers another Unmentionable Movie Review and the crew gives some practical advice for ordering Tacos.
In this intrepid episode, it’s time to grab your 3 a.m. taco and listen to the Hardwick family explode with adventure stories. Meanwhile, Caleb’s geriatric laptop is plagued with earthquake-related technical problems, Seth surfs some November wakes, and Noah and Miz Carla review an unmentionable movie. Plus, Jesus-loving almost-lawyer Kristen Page joins the show to discuss the many adventures she and Caleb had exploring the far away land of Boston.
In this long overdue episode, the Hardwick brothers welcome eyebrow extraordinaire Dakota Freeman to the Dump. The crew recaps Seth’s sudden newfound stardom, delves deep into the tragic mystery of missing Possum Joe, and competes to prove who has the most hip vocabulary of trendy slang words. Plus, Dakota takes up the reigns and assigns nicknames to Noah, Caleb and Seth.
In this exclamatory episode, the Hardwicks gather to celebrate one-half hundred episodes! Caleb checks off an item from his bucket list, Seth delivers some auditory fireworks, Noah takes on the corrupt mattress industry, and Miz Carla finds a box of witchcraft in the loft above the garage. Plus, the crew competes with each other in the 50th Episode Special Challenge!
In this non-sequential episode, the Hardwick family gathers to discuss foulmouthed pogo stickers, mini golf in Texas, and linoleum floor miracles. Meanwhile, the cause of Noah’s deeply rooted fear of cats is revealed, the conclusion of Miz Carla’s pumice drama is detailed, Caleb has a messy fire extinguisher accident, and Seth uses a straw in his Dr. Pepper. Plus, the crew answers a variety of listener questions.
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In this adventurous episode, the whole Hardwick crew comes together to share all their recent excitement and to gaze with wonder upon the whimsical world of prime numbers. A full week of floating, hiking, stalking and concerting is fondly remembered. Meanwhile, Noah gets new speakers, Caleb wakes up in Texas, and Seth avoids Spock Burgers. Plus, Miz Carla explores a curious dimension in which rocks do not float.
It was a retrospective day at the podcast. Join Noah, Caleb, Seth and Miz Carla as they welcome aboard the show special guest Charlie Richards, writer and creator of Life at the Pond. Charlie discusses with the crew his chickens, life as a Hollywood writer and his friendship with the Duggars. Plus, the history of The Pond, the status of the characters today, and plenty of fun trivia along the way.
In this exclusive episode, the Hardwicks answer the oft-asked question, “whatever happened to Casey All-I-Do-Is Winstead?” To find out, the crew chats with Casey about his new youth ministry and proceeds to exploit his personal failures. Meanwhile, Seth gets prophetic about football, Noah has some new gizmo, Caleb buys new glasses, and Casey has a vision of the Antichrist’s career in sports. Plus, everyone is faced with the difficulty of the discerning truth in an uproaring game of Fake News.