On this episode the boys are presented with Doors. Through their various doors they meet gypsies, the real Lloyd Dobbler, and perhaps a deeper understanding of one another. Also, the guys welcome into the studio the proprietor of the world famous haunted attraction The Apartment in Japan.
This week the boys try to make lemonade out of peanuts. We learn a great deal about the family of George Washington Carver. Levi confesses his connection to the band 311. Dan revels in chewing with his mouth open. And the boys welcome the owner of the worlds largest peanut into the studio.
On this episode the fellows rub up against Sandpaper. Levi faces down the eternal question, can something get too smooth. Dan and Jompers allude to and disavow all knowledge of the five people who run the world. Dan nit picks about how exact an object must be to be a cube rather than a rectangle. […]
In this episode Dan and Levi have Woks thrust upon them. Is it a pan or a pot? Dan shares his intricate knowledge of the Hopi Indians. Jompers refuses to guard the studio if it impedes joy. Levi shares his years of struggle with cooking tofu. The boys marvel at the magical and precarious process of making risotto. Also, they welcome into the studio Herbert Haan, wok seasoner to the stars.
This episode of Trendz is all about toilets. Levi and Dan blow the lid off the upcoming Hollywood blockbuster “Django & Cash.” Levi reveals how truly little French he understands. Dan brags about he exploits in Asia. The guys go deep on discomfort with public toilets. Also, they welcome Phillipe Johnson, inventor of ‘Brown Sparkle,’ in for a chat.