On Show #1713, Luke runs across a website for a restaurant in the small maritime village of Port Townsend, Washington, that autoplays Juan Luis Guerra’s “Something Good”.
The two end up discussing website design and Andrew decides to quietly play the sound from his time while Luke is talking. Listen to hear how Luke reacts:
In the process of making a podcart or taping any kind of show, there is always the chance that some background sound will make it into the recording. TBTL is no exception and a few of those sounds have been captured and posted as clips.
Andrew’s squeaky chair from show #1812
Andrew’s other squeaky chair from show #1833
Clicking Sound from show #1748
Odd Sound from show #1795
On show #1771, Luke and Andrew discussed whether they should do a weigh-in at the beginning of each show and posed the questions to the Tens. I went to create a poll on the sTens group page on Facebook and decided to use the usual “yea” and “nay” voting options that is commonly found in Congressional votes. For those that really didn’t care about the topic, I decided to use “Hodor” as the third option because Andrew is sometimes called Andrew “Hodor” Walsh on the show.
Well, on show #1772, Andrew decided to read the poll options in a very peculiar manner, both with and without sound effects (the latter thanks to Luke).
Andrew: “Yea, nay or Hodor!”
Andrew: “Yea, nay or Hodor!” with sound effects
Luke: “Not right now, this is TBTL time”
Luke: “Scratch and stiff Snickers. Scratch and sniff stickers.”
This bit has been featured on TBTL a number of times and repeated use of this clip can and should be classified as a method of torture.