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.
This time in Strangerville, a crime has been committed and it involves ice cream and marital tension. And a man shares his recipe for smoked oregano and college hijinks.
This time in Strangerville, 2020 has ruined our ability to actually gauge our own productivity, Meg is terrified for her child to become a teenage boy one day, and a woman ends up at the center of a police investigation after stumbling upon a shocking scene in her college apartment.
This time in Strangerville, Eli urges you not to take prescription medications that aren't for you. Meg agrees, and is disappointed. And a roll down memory lane in Utah's musty skating rink.
This time in Strangerville, we discuss Four Seasons Total Landscaping and our attempts to disconnect from the news of the day for our own survival. Plus, a story from Eli about playing the recorder in fourth grade.
This time in Strangerville, Meg visits Skinwalker Ranch and it is CREEPY. Also, two women recount the terrifying experience of trying to expel a ghost from their house.
This time in Strangerville, the British tabloids are eating Meg and Eli alive this week. And a man goes on a journey to solve a mystery after visiting a haunted house in Idaho.
This time in Strangerville, Eli thinks you should probably vote to retain your judges, Meg gave some bad medical advice and now you all have tuberculosis, and a woman receives a postcard from beyond the grave.
This time in Strangerville, Meg and Eli did not do well in gym class. And Eli tells the story of plowing through the Boy Scout manual with his mother to get his Eagle as quickly as possible.
This time in Strangerville, the entire government has covid, Meg and Eli recall Eastern European superstitions, and a woman recounts the gripping tale of being awake for an emergency appendectomy in Latvia in 2003.
This time in Strangerville, have you ever sent an email to the wrong person? Also, a visit to Utah's Thunder Down Under.
This time in Strangerville, Meg and Eli survive a mountain hurricane and Rebbie Brassfield talks about what it was like dating at BYU.
This time in Strangerville, Meg got botox, Eli caused a scene in a store, and a woman tells a story about her grandmother's waterbed.
This time in Strangerville, oh the confidence of straight single men. Also, a story told on stage about getting stuck on a swampy island at the Guatemala/Mexico border.
This time in Strangerville, Meg is moving away from Eli, waterbeds are birth control, and Eli tells the story of working for the Palauan judiciary.
This time in Strangerville, we're stressed out by social media attention, Eli has no patience for fad jokes, and Meg takes us on a truly wild journey of a time an internet troll threatened to murder her.
This time in Strangerville, there are dead rats, Meg misses movie theaters, and Eli takes the Strangerville Live stage to tell a story about his arch-nemesis at the gym.
This time in Strangerville, everyone has become a walking pharmaceutical commercial thanks to COVID, and a woman tells the story about a time she was a very cheap date.
This time in Strangerville, all Meg and Eli care about is money, if you wear a mask you don't have to wear a bra anymore, and we go on a journey with internet sensation, Jan Terri.