My Brother, My Brother and Me

My Brother, My Brother and Me is an advicecast for the modern era featuring three real-life brothers: Justin, Travis and Griffin McElroy. For roughly five-sixths of an hour each week, with new episodes dropping every Monday, the brothers McElroy will answer any query sent our way, each fielding questions falling into our respective areas of expertise. We operate like a streamlined, advice-generating machine. It’s both terrifying and humbling to behold.

If you’re in desperate need of a bit of advice, don’t be shy! Simply send an email to mbmbam@maximumfun.org, or post on twitter with the tag #MBMBaM and we’ll take care of that for you.

MBMBaM 450: Face 2 Face: The Emoji Contract

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We’re currently setting sail, looking for ancient treasures and sunken artifacts on the Atlantic Ocean on the JoCo Cruise! In the meantime, enjoy our recent live show from New Orleans! This episode is NOT HAUNTED.

MBMBaM 449: The Cable Pie

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Just in case you happen to physically see us sometime in the next few months, you might want to listen to this one, just to explain the beautiful, grime-free spaces between our pressure-blasted choppers. Gosh. GOSH, those teeth spaces, though.

Suggested talking points: Waterpik Watch, Breakfast Break and Enter, Nintendo Nephew Dog, Romance Novel Deception, Jim Carrey Party, Farm Wisdom: Down Under, Karaoke Lessons

MBMBaM 448: Bird Words

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This episode features some of the narrowest narrow-casting yet recorded in human history, which is to say: If you’ve got a science report about Birds due at school tomorrow morning, we’ve absolutely got you on this one.

Suggested talking points: Justin’s Soundboard, Snowblower Preferences, Hot Grapes?, Eight Paper Towel Rolls, Moist Magazines, AI Taxi, 50 Avian Descriptors

MBMBaM 447: Valentine’s Escape Room

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You love this episode.

Suggested talking points: Love Podcast Episode, Risky Card Reuse, Pepsi’s Vegetables, Little Secrets, Bach Lyrics, Cuisines, Pizzies, References

MBMBaM 446: Face 2 Face: The Cupture

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Here’s our live show, presented before a profoundly rowdy Birmingham audience, in which sensitive issues are discussed. Drink deeply of this episode, lapping its precious nutrients out of the palm of our upturned hands.

MBMBaM 445: Pizzalicious Turbo-Moths

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This episode is all about food mistakes, which -- you know, we could save a lot of time writing these descriptions if we just used that as a boilerplate for every episode. This, and all episodes: Food mistakes.

Suggested talking points: 200 Convo Starties for Guys, Raccoon Ciabatta, Wingilingus, My Body is My Dad, Navigational Woes, Hole Uncle, Foodlifting

MBMBaM 444: The 100 Wishes of the Pandemonium Cube

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So, you think you’re tough enough to crack on into the Pandemonium Cube? Huh! Well, I hope you enjoy being a skeleton, because that’s what you’re gonna be after you fail to open the Pandemonium Cube — a SKELETON.

Suggested talking points: They Shall Not Grow Old Watch, Sora’s Savior, Burrito Love Discount, Dream Commercials, “Secret Shopping”, Say It With Donuts, Haircut Convo

MBMBaM 443: Face 2 Face: Apple Time!

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Live from Podcon 2, it’s half an episode of MBMBaM! And then half an episode of non-live MBMBaM, just to give you a well-rounded hour-long podcast listening experience! Get It! Apple Time!

MBMBaM 442: Justin’s Special Shower Sauce

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There’s a lot of what I’m going to classify as “Goof Echoes” in this episode — a strange phenomenon where subject matter of the past is placed, unconsciously, back on the table for discussion. Join us as we revisit challenging topics, such as Goose-Love, and Shampoo Chemistry.

Suggested talking points: Glasswatch, Shark Cuban, Bung’s A Bung’s A Bung, Sudsy Substitution, Special Guestpert: Bridget Lancaster, Schiff in the Mix, Doose Guck

MBMBaM 441: In a New York Whoopsie

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We’re looking for every opportunity we can to Become the Monster (TM, TM, TM) which informs a lot of this episode. Namely? We’re tired of the super “hero” known as Wolverine always trying to murder our dad, and boy, we’re feeling brave enough to give him a piece of our mind.

Suggested talking points: Our Coworker Wolverine, Christmas in August, Janine’s Big Pockets, Tebow’s Fresh Start, Crash Etiquette, Origami Mistake