This time in Strangerville, Eli decided to go to SNL and the Swifties were RUTHLESS, Meg is not wearing a bra, and the story of a mishap that occurred on what should have been a very pleasant walk.
This time in Strangerville, people wait for the Second Coming of JFK, Meg is not willing to do her own historical research, and the story, and DRAMA, of a legendary tree that some say shaded the Mormon pioneers.
This time in Strangerville, Eli wants to be pregnant so he can tell Meg it's really not that bad, Meg is getting the booster shot, and the story of one town that became gripped by a 1925 trial over evolution.
This time in Strangerville, Eli has Covid and it's very sad, Meg can't be a vegan because of cheese, and a woman accidentally gets stoned right before giving her daughter dating advice she now can't remember.
This time in Strangerville, did you hear about our kidney donation? Meg is trying to potty train a human and there is pee everywhere. And an Amish man anonymously writes about his experience living in his community in the closet.
This time in Strangerville, a woman does not think skeletons are funny, a family watches their house burn down, and Meg does not approve of her children's Halloween costumes.
This time in Strangerville, Eli had a meltdown, Meg is trying to get him to go to some church. Any church. And Eli took the Strangerville Live stage to tell the story of Skylar's first three visits to Salt Lake City when they started dating.
This time in Strangerville, Meg drove several hours to attend a paranormal conference, Eli saw aliens once and no one will believe him, and Adam Berg takes the stage to tell the story about the time he kind of went on a double date.
This time in Strangerville, Meg wrote an article for the newspaper and people are NOT HAPPY. Eli had a mishap with a party invitation. And Stacey Harkey takes the Strangerville Live Stage to tell a story about receiving an unsolicited nude photo of his boss's wife.
This time in Strangerville, Eli has a mishap in a public bathroom, Meg can DRINK (water), and Cindy Ford takes the Strangerville Live stage to tell the story of the time she fought for women in a food-eating contest in Korea.
This time in Strangerville, SNAKES, dirty college apartments, and a medical non-emergency.
This time in Strangerville, Meg saw some Disney gays, Eli is a mean old man who doesn't go to his cousins weddings, and a New York transplant navigates the confusing world of gay dating apps.
This time in Strangerville, Eli went on the news, Meg may have caused a 200-car pile-up on the freeway, and Becky Edwards talks about how her relationship with LaVell Edwards helped shaped the kind of politician she's trying to be as she runs for the United States senate.
This time in Strangerville, Meg and Eli went on a hot date that ended in disaster, a playground brawl, and some other punching.
This time in Strangerville, have you ever had a brief but meaningful encounter with a stranger that left an impact? One man tells the story of his day at Stonehenge and how it changed the course of his life. Also, only 5-star hotels for Meg from here on.
This time in Strangerville, Eli babysat Meg's children. Or did they babysit him? Some existential crises about the vastness of space. And a woman has a mishap in bed with were nemesis.
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This time in Strangerville, Meg feels lied to at a party Eli graciously invited her to attend, our parents liked to mess with us when we were children, and a woman goes to great lengths to explore the possibility of a relationship with someone she hardly knows.
This time in Strangerville, Meg and Eli were odd children, some stuff about Disneyland, and an international conflict sprouts on the shores of Croatia.
This time in Strangerville, Meg might be having an affair with Eli's gay husband, a conversation about extending grace, and a man shares the story of booking an Elvis impersonator for his mother's funeral.
This time in Strangerville, we kind of believe in horoscopes, Meg flashed a bunch of strangers, and Rebbie tells the story of comparing herself to other millennials who all seemed to be buying homes and succeeding in their adulthood.
This time in Strangerville, Eli is caught in something of a Mrs. Robinson situation, Meg has taught her children to use technology and this was a mistake, and a man takes the law into his own hands when his comic books are stolen from a storage unit.
This time in Strangerville, Meg might have a gambling addiction, Eli tried to charm a very mean woman at a bank once, and a woman has a wild experience trying to introduce her polite husband to her very lively family.
This time in Strangerville, a zoom call gone very wrong, dogs are navigating the subway system, and a couple has a medical scare in eastern Europe.
This time in Strangerville, customer service is bad, unless you're Meg. People seem to want to help Meg. And Eli shares a story about a babysitter from his childhood who had a very strange rule.