|Release Date||March 12, 2020|
|Runtime||1 hour 5 minutes|
|Previous Episode||Episode 391|
Sebastian has a turbulent flight and Pete’s disappointed in Tom Cruise.
- Sebastian has a visit from Dr. Ron, who is highly opposed to Pete’s upcoming hip replacement surgery.
- Sebastian flies private and has a bumpy ride, bringing up the question of whether some pilots are better at avoiding turbulence than others.
- The guys question what happens when you lose money on the stock market.
- Sebastian tells the tale of his hangover while shooting a Nightline segment, where he thought he was poisoned.
- Sadie’s piano teacher is playing her own set at the end of recitals.
- The guys discuss child entertainment options and Pete is upset that Sadie gets a nightmare from Scooby Doo.
- Pete is on a three day no-shower stretch and is thinking about going for a full week.
Quotes from the episode
- Dr. Ron: “You go to a surgeon, you’re going to get surgery. You go to a bakery, you’re going to walk out with some bread.”
- Pete: “I got three specials on Amazon Prime, I am not playing that fish fucking house.”
- Pete: “When you lose your money on the stock market is there a guy somewhere else going ‘Yeah!’ Like who’s got it? Where is it going?"
- Sebastian: “You got people that are untalented in this thing right? So you gotta sit through their shit performance.”
- Pete: “Oh, try not to have a nightmare from Scooby Doo.”
- Sebastian: “It feels like a lot of times the shower build out is an after thought because there are so many times where I gotta literally go in the shower to put the shower on and I get soaked.”
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