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Fresh from a fight, Rhett & Link unpack what happened. They then discuss: is Kokomo from the Beach Boys song a real place? How is “Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo” a grammatically correct sentence? and more! On this week’s episode, Rhett and Link listen to voicemails you submitted on the topic of “Today I Learned…” We hear tons of fun facts you probably should’ve known a long time ago! And check out last week’s episode of “Best Friends Back, Alright!” featuring Rhett! Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! Want to hear your voice on Ear Biscuits? Call 1-888-EAR-POD1 and we might just play your call on an upcoming episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How well do Rhett and Link really know each other's likes and dislikes? This week, the guys develop what they believe is the other person’s dream 24 hours on the spot in front of each other. The respective days of heaven-on-earth are filled with sex, food, a horse, and plenty of drama. Plus, an update on Link DJing for the Mythical Spring Party and Rhett helps Link develop his new DJ persona. And both days end in a big party. Be sure to follow to Best Friends Back, Alright! on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts so you don’t miss this week’s episode with special guest Rhett! Got something you’re dying to tell Rhett & Link? Leave a message on the Ear Biscuits hotline! (1-888-EARPOD1 / 1-888-327-7631) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Continuing to explore their friendship throughout the years, Rhett & Link explore their high school days, filled with sports, music and taking blood oaths to solidify their friendship. They talk about their influential film project that sparked a love for filmmaking, Rhett’s brother paving the way for him in school, and how they got their other friends to endanger their own lives. Plus, Link and Rhett debate whether you should wear your mask while using the bathroom, and Rhett explains to Link how he violated Mythical company policy. Want more Mythical Podcasts, check out our TikTok @mythicalpods for tons of Ear Biscuits content and much more! And while you're at it, follow @thisisrangerkeith on TikTok too! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Link celebrates the storied life of his stepdad Lewis, literally through Lewis’ own stories. Link discovered Lewis’ memoir on his computer and reads a few entries that explore his time coaching, teaching at a local prison, and being drafted into the Vietnam War. Rhett and Link also question whether their great-grandkids will be listening to these episodes and what type of legacy they are leaving behind. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, it's all about Inside Eats, Rhett & Link's upcoming television show on Food Network and Discovery+! They discuss the process behind developing the TV show, the things they learned while shooting and editing the show, and how it's brought about all kinds of anxiety ahead of its release. Plus, Link AKA DJ Rhett hypes himself up for the upcoming Mythical party and Rhett tempers his back pain to finish the episode. Be sure to check out Inside Eats With Rhett & Link on Food Network/Discovery+ premiering Sunday, April 24 at 10:30 / 9:30 CT! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Locke's going to college which can only mean one thing: roadtrip! This week, Rhett details his mulit-state trip starting in Maine and ending in Florida, touring colleges, eating delicious food, and drinking tons of lattes. Rhett talks about how women from Maine took a liking to Locke, he solves the decades-long Philly cheesesteak battle between institutions Pat's and Gino's, and surprised his family with a cruise around the Florida everglades in a fan boat. Most importantly, Rhett meets a bunch of Mythical Beasts along the way! Be sure to watch Inside Eats on Food Network & Discovery+, premiering 9:30 PST | 10:30 CST Sunday, April 24th! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Should you ever stand in a concert or stay seated to not disturb the people behind you? Should you bother having conversations at a show that just result in you shouting in each other's ears? Should you tell your girlfriend you threw gum in her hair? These are just some of the concert-related debates that Rhett & Link tackle in this week's episode. They discuss their most unforgettable experiences watching music live, like a woman saying inappropriate things about John Mayer, Rhett and his dad slow dancing with some drunk middle-aged women, Link's friend getting crushed in a crowd of people, bugging Merle Haggard on his tour bus after a show, and much more. They also discuss getting used to the idea of attending concerts nowadays in the first place. Check out the Broken Record podcast here! For the month of April, Rick Rubin interviews different members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers to detail their career and new album "Unlimited Love." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this special release, Rhett & Link provide their thoughts about Stevie’s new podcast “Best Friends Back, Alright!” and why they feel "Ear Biscuit" listeners would enjoy the series. To make it easy to get into, they toss to an episode EB listeners don't have to leave their feed to enjoy! If you like what you hear, be sure to follow “Best Friends Back, Alright!” on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, Link details his family spring break trip to Park City, Utah. He describes the trouble he got into with bringing his dog on the plane, living like a pampered viking for a day, and enjoying his time skiing without snowboarders hogging the slopes. Plus, Link and Rhett try to figure out the logic behind people using face filters and whether we should all stop the practice once and for all. Want to have your tweet/story/idea featured on Ear Biscuits? Follow @Mythical so you don't miss the next prompt! Check out the other Mythical Podcasts! Trevor Talks Too Much & Best Friends Back Alright!, available anywhere you get your podcasts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
You asked, we settle! This week, Rhett and Link settle your long-standing arguments you’ve had that have been tearing your relationships apart! They settle disagreements across the spectrum from hilarious to life-changing, including when a chicken ceases to be considered “raw,” the official rules of calling shotgun, & whether a couple should consider moving in together despite the family’s reservations. Plus, Rhett details his red carpet meeting with Conan O’ Brien and his wife which culminated in him dropping his pants in front of them. Read all of the arguments that were submitted on this thread! Check out Rhett's Rec of the Week and unwind at Neal.fun (not affiliated with Link Neal), including "Let's Settle This" where the internet settles long-standing internet arguments. Want to have your tweet/story/idea featured on Ear Biscuits? Follow @Mythical so you don't miss the next prompt! Also, Stevie's got a new podcast! Best Friends Back, Alright! is out now! Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or anywhere you get your podcasts so you never miss an episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rhett & Link welcome their other best friend, Gregg Hartsfield AKA the rightful owner of the bass on Good Mythical Morning, to reminisce about their college days. They swap college stories involving Gregg announcing to the entire class that he's a jackass, watching way too much Planet of the Apes and playing too much Twisted Metal, smoking only smooth cigars and way more. Plus, they check in on how the bass held up after the long trip to Washington State. Got some idea of what to put up on the wall? Send your ideas here! Watch the Bass send-off with Gregg on GMM here! Also, Stevie's got a new podcast! Best Friends Back, Alright! is out now! Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or anywhere you get your podcasts so you never miss an episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the continuation of their series of examining their friendship throughout the years, Rhett and Link explore their awkward middle school years and discover that this was the time that they were officially regarded as a collaborative duo. They talk about first relationships, getting to leave the country for the first time through mission trips, and how this was the time in their lives that solidified their friendship forever. Watch the video of Rhett and Link's mutual first girlfriend on GMM here! Get your copy of the "Book of Mythicality" here! Also, Stevie's got a new podcast! Best Friends Back, Alright! is out now! Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or anywhere you get your podcasts so you never miss an episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Now it’s Link’s turn to revisit his deconstruction since their groundbreaking episode almost 3 years ago. In this episode, Link discusses struggling with feeling like he’s not a good person, and overcoming those feelings by finding peace in silence and putting his mental health as a top priority. Rhett and Link also discuss the problems with “progressive Christianity” and how their journey for self-enlightenment and ultimate truth is never ending. Plus, Link describes an unusual encounter with a Mythical Beast out in the wild. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, Rhett revisits his deconstruction for the second year in a row. He discusses buying a study Bible to revisit his feelings on his Christianity, as well as other literature that has helped him reshape the way he views faith, as well as helped him find truth and meaning, and why they’re different. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rhett and Link reveal both of their top 12 creative influences (and like 15 honorable mentions) & important people in their lives that have shaped who they are today, and why they created Mythical. From big names like the Coen Brothers & Flight of the Conchords, to personal influences like Rhett’s dad and a childhood friend, these incredible people helped sculpt their comedic sensibilities and reignited their passion for creative projects. Check out Link’s “Magical Merle” playlist here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/317lYys3xObyFC1c8dZssm?si=4bf5487355ad4f00&nd=1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rhett and Link both share the story of their first dates with their wives, and how they wined and dined them at Outback Steakhouse and Chili’s respectively. They also read some of the Twitter submissions you sent in regarding your most insane first date horror stories, including being chased out of a house by a mysterious old man, having an ex yell at your date, puking all over your date after a kiss, and much more! Plus, the guys take a look at some of your photos that you recreated many years later. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the first part of a new series about their friendship over the years, Rhett and Link reveal the real story of how they met and became lifelong friends, and it’s not what you’ve heard all these years. They discuss their very first impressions of each other, how they used humor to connect & how their town was divided by 2 different churches. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Coming to you from the new and improved Ear Biscuits studio, Rhett details his family’s trip to San Francisco, talks about his oldest son preparing for college, and attempts to recreate a family photo, 18 years later. Check it out in this episode of Ear Biscuits. Get 50% your first lesson for a limited time at Preply.com/ear Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
From North Carolina to LA, listen to Rhett recount his adventures from an epic road trip across the country with his son Locke in this episode of Ear Biscuits! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
From the ups and downs and everything in-between, listen to R&L take you on a behind-the-scenes audio journey of a whole decade of GMM on this episode of Ear Biscuits! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Comments (572)

saba jokar

does this podcast have transcripts?? if NO, could you please recommend me some other podcast with transcript?

May 4th
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tpot91

these "men" are so out of touch

Apr 29th
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Abbas Flower

being and ex-muslin born in an Islamic household I can strongly relate to link's story about religion. it's most definitely related to one's mental well-being. thanks 🙏

Mar 7th
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Brett Lines

wasn't it gateway computers that used the cows?

Feb 2nd
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Lydia Briner

the breaking bad house people are so upset because people constantly threw pizzas on the roof.

Jan 25th
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Mohammad Akram Khan

email

Dec 4th
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Jessica Thompson

why are ppl in the comments on this app so mf rude and ignorant lordy

Nov 24th
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berle hives

This episode is just making me think of the day my 12 year old daughter grows up & flys away from our little nest 😢

Oct 14th
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Jesus Coria

i always ask my children to first explain how they think something works.

Oct 8th
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Ernest_Borg_8

Two Southern guys trying to act like Californians while having a mid-life crisis and it explaining it as progression. Rhett is restless and sad and link in a closet homosexual,this is all leading to him coming out in a few years,or possible sex change.

Sep 13th
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Jo

I love Rhett's song 😂😂

Sep 6th
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Morganne cox

starting this off right!!

Aug 22nd
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Mandee Fortis

omg the villiages! its a huge old person SWINGER community!! don't do it!!

Aug 13th
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Abdullah Nassar

RICH BITCHES - Link

Jun 23rd
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Abbas Flower

have you talked about MBTI too? I was an enneagram nerd in middle school. But after getting to know MBTI I believe it's a more interesting way to type people based on personality. and I love to listen to you take on that. 😍

Jun 14th
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فاطمه زهرا کوه خضری

👌👌

May 27th
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Siobhan Bryant

Love listening to you guys and watching gmm, long time fan!

May 25th
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Joanie Carter

Two dogs, one cat, what does that scream?

May 17th
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Matthew Rice

I used to think I was a weirdo for drinking my coffee black, but Rhett and Link made me realize I’m actually a badass. #EarBiscuits

May 10th
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Ryan Gunz

lmao when rhett giggled as he said "420"

May 6th
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