• The Brian Lind (feat. Seth Morris)

    We did it. We solved the case!!! ***WARNING*** If you are not caught up, DO NOT start with this episode. However if you are caught up, we present Brian Lind (Seth Morris (Big Mouth, Love, VEEP, The Good Place, Broad City)! Thank you for your help with this case. If you have a case you need solved, please let us know!

    S1E28 - 57m - Feb 23, 2021
  • The Extreme Sports Store (feat. Ian Gary)

    Rob Van Winkle (Ian Gary) Brooklyn 99, Groundlings)) owns Tyson Corner's #1 Extreme Sports apparel store and he used to eat Arby's with Brian, among other things. He feels Brian is misunderstood and while he gives the reporters no leads, he does open up and that is a rich tapestry in and unto itself.

    S1E27 - 43m - Jan 19, 2021
  • The Sky Diving Bully (feat. Mark David Christenson)

    Owen and Clark talk to a man untethered from the earth and possible his own sanity, Dax Todd (Mark David Christenson (Ah Crap, A Hellboy Podcast, Conan, UCB)) a self-proclaimed sky-diving bully who lives out of a cigarette shaped RV. He doesn't seem to have had anything to do with Brian's disappearance, but then again he's a bully trying to untether folks so who can really say? Certainly not our hosts.

    S1E26 - 42m - Jan 12, 2021
  • The Crime Central (feat. Anisha Jagannathan)

    This week Owen and Clark talk with Brian's first kidnapper, Crime Central (Anisha Jagannathan (Shameless)) as she explains her early friendship/hostage-ship with Brian and her plans to kidnap Clark and hopefully Owen. As Crime says, you don't know the end or the beginning or the end of this story friend.

    S1E25 - 51m - Jan 5, 2021
  • The Emporium (feat. Jake Regal)

    This one leaves us with more questions than answers, but we do get to talk to Mr. Explorium the owner of the town's Wonder Emporium!

    S1E24 - 49m - Dec 29, 2020
  • The Improv Coach (feat. Will Hines)

    Owen and Clark interview Brian's improv coach, Stan Tingle (Will Hines, Greatest Improv School, How to be the Greatest Improviser on Earh, Wrecked) who worked with Brian for six months. In those six months Stan and Brian had a big impact on one another. Brian was pushed to brawl and become more insane through Stan's tough notes and Stan got into cocaine and a mayoral campaign.

    S1E23 - 48m - Dec 22, 2020
  • The Stalker (feat. Phil Arliss)

    Owen and Clark interview Bloop, Brian's stalker/client about how long he lived in Brian's attic, what he witnessed, and where he thinks Brian may have went. They also learn how many shrews can fit in a shoe and they cut a deal for some privileged information that may compromise what integrity they have left.

    S1E22 - 45m - Dec 15, 2020
  • The FBI Agents (feat. Chynna Fry & Katie Barsotti)

    Clark and Owen sit down for an intense interview with FBI agents Wind and Airhard (Chynna Fry (Gossamer, Parliament) and Katie Barsotti (The New Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley, Parliament)). Who is playing who for information? Do the agents have confidential information they're willing to let our reporters see regarding Brian's ties to underground drug and torture rings? Do Clark and Owen have microphone secrets for podcasting they're willing to share? Only this episode can say for sure.

    S1E21 - 50m - Dec 9, 2020
  • The Dance Instructor (feat. Stephanie Burchinow)

    Brian was into dancing, or at least hanging out with Blanket Thompson and The Dementors, a gang of misfits possibly genetically engineered after their parents watched The Boys of Brazil. Obviously this leads to more questions than answers.

    S1E20 - 47m - Dec 1, 2020
  • The Kidnapper (feat. Andrew Grace)

    Brian was kidnapped or so Yost (Andrew Grace (UCB)) would lead us to believe. Yost has been carrying around the guilt of a prank gone wrong, or right depending on who you ask. He unloads his burden on us and gives a lead on Brian that might place him somewhere around the North Pole.

    S1E19 - 44m - Nov 25, 2020
  • The Mistress/Half-Sister (feat. Olivia Snow Norman)

    This week Clark and Owen are hit with a bombshell, Brian's mistress and half-sister, Hershey Lind (Olivia Snow Norman (Your First Time, American Vandal)). Clark and Owen learn more than they bargained for about the chemistry between siblings and are left with more questions than answers as Hershey leaves them with nothing but haunting kissings

    S1E18 - 45m - Nov 17, 2020
  • The Mom (feat. Heather Woodward)

    Brian's mom surfaces. Nancy Peppersteak Lind (Heather Woodward (Rococo, Netflix is a Joke)) is a frequent fair contestant. Why hasn't she talked about her missing son before? Is it because she didn't know he was missing? Or was she too busy cooking up disgusting food or fighting with her evil son?

    S1E17 - 44m - Nov 10, 2020
  • The Barber (feat. John Michael Sedor)

    Owen and Clark talk to the GTA body shop of men's grooming, Andrew Arbital, the infamous D.C. barber. hey learn that Brian may have been laundering money and shaking the police off his back by making bad bets and getting obscure shaves. Not everything is as it seems, and not every stone massage is a stone massage.

    S1E16 - 47m - Nov 3, 2020
  • The Breeder (feat. Alex Bigelow)

    This week Clark and Owen speak to Candy Borgman, Brian's bungee buddy and dog breeder. Candy is sweeter than her name and about as sharp as melted chocolate. Candy may have well been the only decent person in Brian's life. She was certainly the only one with over forty dogs. But as that old adage goes, breeding dogs does not a savy person make.

    S1E15 - 48m - Oct 27, 2020
  • The Mayor (feat. Anna Garcia)

    This week Owen and Clark go straight to the top and talk to The Mayor (Anna Garcia (It's Always Sunny, Superstore)). They learn more about the mayoral duties of Tyson County than they do about Brian. But that may lead them to the truth about the Mayor's intentions.

    S1E14 - 52m - Oct 20, 2020
  • The Podcaster (feat. Scott Nickley)

    This week Owen and Clark get some inside info from another true crime podcaster who claims to have solved the disappearance of Brian Lind. Owen and Clark also try to get some podcasting advice...as if they need any.

    S1E13 - 41m - Oct 13, 2020
  • The Secret Girlfriend (Feat. Rachel Marsh)

    This week Clark and Owen interview a nut busting vampire vigilante (feat. Rachel Marsh (NCIS: Los Angeles, Where )! She may also be Brian's secret girlfriend and mother to a secret child, but Clark and Owen know a vampire vigilante when they talk to one. They also learn about milking nut bags, and the Olive Garden. Plus is romance in the air for Clark...

    S1E12 - 40m - Oct 8, 2020
  • The Catch-Up

    This week Clark and Owen catch up on the case, tie up loose ends, and ask for more fan art. If you're new to the case, start here. Or not, it doesn't really matter.

    S1E11 - 30m - Sep 29, 2020
  • The Rainforest Cafe Owner (feat. Josh Simpson)

    Clark and Owen sit down with a legend or Lucifer? It's the owner of the Rainforest Cafe (Josh Simpson, The MEAT Improv, Teacher's Lounge) and he says how his business gets a bad rap, which Owen and Clark find hard to believe. What else does he reveal that is hard to believe? Just about everything.

    S1E11 - 46m - Sep 22, 2020
  • The Bungee Cord Dealer (feat. Wayland McQueen)

    Jereny Fistk (Wayland McQueen, Ducksnort Podcast, Bitchin, Tournament of Nerds) owns and operates the largest independent bungee cord company and one of his customers was Brian Lind. Brian brought over more dogs than bungee cords and he may have used Jereny for money, an alibi and a supply of deadly bungee cords, or maybe he just trusted Jereny enough to reveal his biggest secret...that he would never die.

    S1E10 - 46m - Sep 15, 2020
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