Season 2 plows ahead with coverage of some of 2021’s hottest issues. Whether you’re plugged in to the ever-growing world of Gut & Butt supplements or just enjoy laughing at bad infomercials, you have undoubtedly heard of the “revolutionary” Pooping Habit. Our panel of experts tackle the task of unpacking this viral catastrophe and even find time to make a bunch of promises and talk about why the poop of new born babies looks so weird. 5 stars.
Yes sir, you guessed it. There’s still a pandemic and despite some nasty contract negotiations we still have a podcast exclusively dedicated to exploring the wonderful world of feces, featuring three of the field’s brightest young talents. Join us as we investigate cutting edge Covid-19 research being performed in the sewers of Florida, the future of America’s Melting Pot reputation (prospects are good on account of greenhouse gasses), and the Bristol Stool Chart. Additionally, our panel of experts provides an introduction to the ancient tradition of Ayurveda and on the state of pooping in America, nearly 12 months into the pandemic.
Viking poop and monster soup. Brother, that’s some spooky goop! This steam-powered, rocket-ride of an episode catapults the listener all the way from the River Thames Great Stink of 1858 to futuristic smart-glass outhouses in present day Tokyo. Grab yourself a glass of 2% and climb aboard!
Hello everyone and welcome to Season 2 Episode 2, where our homebound hosts talk Quarantine Blues and Quarantine Poos. Highlights include a thought provoking discussion about when evening is, a deep dive into the psyche of the notorious Wisconsin Park Pooper, and a glance into Kurt Cobain’s formative years. Stick around until the end for a belated Christmas poem!
Hello and welcome to Season 2: The Second Season. It’s time for you to pop in those ear buds, tie up your boots, and take a stroll in the crisp autumn air as you enjoy this exclusive first episode of PTITM’s first ever second season. Get caught up on Ben, Bryan, and Tye’s sorry lives and hear all about the poop news you may have missed! Our beautiful planet has once again provided an ample supply of all-natural absurdities to fill you in on including, but not limited to: a poop museum in Japan, a knife made of frozen feces, and a poopnado. As a bonus, Bryan shares a very moody poem and walks the class through a gastrointestinally focused yoga sequence.
Has the mystery of scent been glooping-up your glob hole? Do you find yourself wondering why we smell the smells we smell? If so, you’re just like us! We hope this scent-centric episode provides you with the information you need to move on with your life, free of uncertainty and doubt.
In a world of such boundless diversity, what is the one thing all people have in common? What is the one thing that can provide common ground in a divided nation? What is commonly flushed down toilets but sometimes can’t be because it’s gotten too big? The answer to all of these questions of course is, poop. But what is poop exactly? We’re not sure, but we intend to find out.
It’s Pooptalk in the wild! Out at the lake with no internet service or library to be found, the gang casts aside their normally rigorous scientific investigations and flies by the seat of their swimmies. Using nothing but anecdotal evidence, intuition, and the power of observation, our hosts bravely explain how to help rescue-kittens poo, why cats bury their poo (spoiler alert, it’s because they’re afraid of amphibians), how to burst a bloated cow, and much more.
Pour out that coffee and grab the wine! In the very first evening edition of Poop Talk in the Morning our three favorite chums explore how the world’s excrement makes its way from lavish lavatories to the ocean, and all things in between.
Loads of news! News loads! New news! Old news? From rousing Beach Boys covers, to complete coverage of the Detroit Zoo Poo Giveaway, to sea worms hosting feces picnics, there is plenty of fun to be had in the gang’s first news episode.