Members of the MLU team give an inside look into Major League Ultimate and ultimate frisbee in general.
DIY pop, shitalo, & the other "fun" stuff from Brooklyn, Jersey City, Manchester circa 1980, and everywhere else the DIY impulse took root.
TMNT fans talking about the animated series
We're back in action to cover this episode that has easter, another dimension, remote controls, and more!
We breakdown this "alien" invasion.
Video games will ruin your brain, or the brain of a foot soldier...
A forgotten friends comes back to help the turtles deal with their insect problem!
We're back and the turtle train slowly keeps rolling.
This is our 100th episode.
This is the second time we had to record this episode. That's on me.
Video Games will rot your brains, come to life, and try and kill you.
The Turtles try to figure out why cufflinks are suddenly all the rage.
We're back to focus on the higher education of one our turtles.
We are still making these.
An episode that was almost lost, saved by a backup system.
The Turtles aren't the only super heroes in town.
We are blessed with a wonderful new character.
New characters, spirit stealing, and more!
When you mess with time... you gonna get burned. I guess.
Hide your precious metals, there's a new creature in town.
Size doesn't matter, is what they seem to be telling us.
The Rat King is back and he's still up to no good.
The leader of the group wants nothing more than to catch some waves and not have his buzz harshed.
Dusty and Nic talk about the 2016 Championship from a variety of angles including the work that goes into promoting an event, the challenges of unpredictable weather and the actual excitement of the game on the field.
Apparently, every human sized turtle looks the same.
Cody Bjorklund tells us about the Stags approach to the Championship matchup with the Spinners.
Chris of the Portland Stags talks with us about fortune cookies, Friction Gloves and the MLU Championship.
Riley tells us about the Stags approach to the Championship Game and his impressions of the MLU office.
Nic and Dusty talk red-eyes and getting weird at the Championship Game with Portland Stag scoring star Timmy Perston.
Jaime Rhodes joins Nic and Dusty to discuss the referee role in the MLU, the upcoming MLU Championship Game, exciting broadcast news and more in an extra long episode.
Dusty and Nic visit Weyerbacher Brewing Company to talk with brewer Zane Miller about pairing beer with ultimate positions. They also discuss the John Doe of the MLU and the outliers above him, and identify the Brunicorn in our midst.
Don't get too attached to the new character on this episode.
Nic and Dusty talk about this past weekend's conference finals, the upcoming Championship weekend and the importance of "shooting percentage" in understanding outcomes.
We're back from a small break to talk more turtles! This time our favorite henchmen become more powerful then they could ever imagine.
Dusty and Nic talk about Week 10 action, review the incredible Boston Area Women's All-Star game and discuss the upcoming 2016 Championship.
Dusty and Nic talk about the playoff picture and the race for home field advantage on both coasts. They also highlight the Boston Area Women's All-Star Game and reflect on the passage of 50 episodes.
David joins Nic and Dusty in the studio to discuss this past weekends MLU games, the playoff picture and the joys of coaching.
Nic and Dusty talk about some new video technology, the cross-country surprise in San Francisco, Boston's amazing comeback and this weekend's Stags visit to the Whitecaps.
Dusty and Nic talk about the challenges of balancing the negative and positive in commentary, the jarring nature of a dropped disc and the importance of the catch to throw transition.
It's an episode about bad jokes.
Dusty and Nic share their amazement at Leicester City's Championship, talk through various league formats and do a short team-by-team review of the MLU as some of the teams hit the halfway point.
Dusty and Nic talk about the logistics and challenges of live streaming, discuss the updated MLU time out rules and clarify the role of intent and video in bands.
We are legitimately confused by this episode.
Nic and Dusty talk about calling games ahead of their MLU Live debut this coming weekend. They also discuss the virtues of jersey sponsorship and the phenomenon of the point run in ultimate.
Nic and Dusty talk about the opening weekend for the MLU, the importance of a SportsCenter Top 10 appearance and how the league is trying to make it easier to cover ultimate.
Some of the turtles turn into kids. Then there's this derp face kid we go on for a bit about.
Nic and Dusty discuss the MLU's 2016 live streaming strategy, Dusty's Fools Fest experience with Calvin Ball and how the "coach's clause" essentially makes any sport ultimate (or ultimate any sport).
Dusty and Nic talk about the virtues of indoor ultimate, share the story of our new friends at Ultimatum Gdansk and talk about the role of cursing in sports.
The Turtles weren't the first superheroes to save the streets of New York...
Dusty and Nic talk about legendary soccer player Johan Cruyff and how his embodiment of total football applies to ultimate. This leads to a conversation about the different roles players fill with the disc in their hands.
Nic and Dusty talk about visiting the Pacific Northwest, running from pub to pub and the coach's role in identifying and developing talent.