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.
This time in Strangerville, a Twitter bot is cyberbullying Eli, Meg is harassing the neighborhood turkey, and a couple recounts their harrowing experience when a toddler goes to battle with a folding chair.
This time in Strangerville, Eli is the upstairs people on Downton Abbey and Meg defames her pediatrician. Also, a physician shares his experience navigating These Unprecedented Times.
This episode is a bummer. You've been warned. Meg discusses having to put her dog down. Eli shares the story of dealing with two parents who have covid. There's a lot of crying. Don't yell at us. We're very fragile right now.
This time in Strangerville, Eli needs to get back to the klerbbb, Meg is not interested in joining him, and a woman goes on a wild Bolivian journey thanks to an emergency surgery.
This time in Strangerville, Meg's toddler chopped off his own finger and Eli is VERY sorry for how funny he thinks this story is. And a woman has a perfect day that ends in an incredible coincidence on a Canadian beach.
This time in Strangerville, Eli's family is being haunted! Meg didn't get celebrated enough on International Women's Day. And a piece about how our perception of online dating has evolved over the past two decades.
This time in Strangerville, stories of bad customer service, rumors about Mormon celebrities, and what happens these days when you try to make a donation to the DI.
This time in Strangerville, Meg and Eli are very bad at business. And a woman has a terrifying experience navigating a highway.
This time in Strangerville, Meg and Eli are now at a point in their lives when the gifts that make them cry the biggest tears of joy are wooden spoons and snow blowers. And a woman recounts her wild journey that started with an adoption and ended with a secret.
This time in Strangerville, doggy dental care is stressful, Eli and Meg are personally close with all of the Peloton instructors, and a woman remembers taking an Amish family on a camping trip nearly two decades ago.
This time in Strangerville, Valentine's Day is a perfect opportunity for Skylar's husband to scam Eli, Meg was the kind of girl in high school who watched I Love The 80s on VH1, and a woman recounts her harrowing journey visiting an unconventional dentist.
This time in Strangerville, Meg's children thinks she might be having an affair with Eli, why do people work so much?, and Eli recounts a memory of seeing locals show up on early reality television programs.
This time in Strangerville, someone shared a recipe for "Just In Case" cookies online and Meg and Eli are very upset. A man has a run in with a dangerous cartel in Mexico. And Meg and Eli are lucky to have survived several close calls while living in eastern Europe.
This time in Strangerville, there was an inauguration and it was peaceful, Meg and Eli discuss career crises, and Rebbie Brassfield shares her experience of feeling very unqualified to create an ad campaign for Pepsi.
This time in Strangerville, it's our fifth birthday! Eli tries to convince a skeptical Meg that we are in for more peaceful times. And a woman deserves the Purple Heart for surviving what must be the worst dates that have ever happened.
This time in Strangerville, how was your Insurrection Day? Meg and Eli discuss it. And Eli shares a story about what it felt like to close out 2020.
This time in Strangerville, please please please do not take any medical advice from Strangerville. Please. We don't know what we're talking about and we don't want anyone to die because of things we've said. Also, enjoy Eli's story about how he tried to get his husband to believe in ghosts.
This time in Strangerville, Meg and Eli are pro Big Brother and hereby welcome government surveillance into their lives. Also, a woman finds herself in a bind when her mother sets her up for a sleepover with a girl from school she barely knows.