Lisa and Steven try to figure out what the deal is with poker and musically progressive supermarkets.
Lisa gets triggered by a trigger warning; Steve rides the line between “nice guy” and “extreme wussy.”
Lisa worries about Smurfette’s dignity while Steven smurfs one out.
Lisa offers YBD listeners a free t shirt. Steven suggests Lisa might totally die when she eats an octopus live on Facebook.
Hip hop Lisa throws down some sick Russian rhymes. Steven forgets the name of Lisa’s kid.
Would you shaddap if Batman told you to? How about Bjork? How about Steve Shehori pretending to be Bjork?
What would you do if you were trapped in a toilet? Steve retains his dignity and composure. Lisa keeps Steve’s totally illegal arson a secret.
Lisa’s nagging lands her in hot water; Steven investigates whether she has learned her lesson.
Lisa’s adorable kid has some chilling things to say about her existence.
Lisa and Steven kvetch about guided meditation, kids show mascots, and annoying voices.
Lisa becomes one with the universe after transforming into a swimming pool reptile. Steven wholeheartedly welcomes this new life choice.
Lisa grills Steven on the new Shehori Brothers DIY publicity book, Media Whore. Steven welcomes the free publicity because he’s a media whore.
Lisa details how she methodically shuts down her husband’s brain and un-potty trains her two-year-old.
Lisa’s gone solo in this week’s episode to rip on Steven for the fact she’s gone solo in this week’s episode. Make sense?
For their 100th episode, Lisa and Steven insert themselves into the decades-old Lynyrd Skynyrd / Neil Young feud.
Steven points out the various excuses Lisa makes when she’s not the sharpest knife in the drawer. Naturally, this leads to a Whitney Houston sing-along.
Is shit from our collective childhoods not quite as awesome as we remember? Lisa and Steven weigh in.
Lisa threatens Steven with violence, then shares a personal ‘Wonder Years’-esque tale of teenage humiliation.
Lisa and Steven discuss meat, Hollywood Boulevard mascots, and Target. #America
While Lisa tells a coupla tales about childhood anguish, Steven turns heel on You Better DON’T! listeners (just for the hell of it).
Lisa reveals her true motive for visiting Steven in Los Angeles: an obsession with tasting Bubba Gump shrimp.
Steven details point by point how Lisa is an abject failure compared to her far more talented parents.
Lisa’s misophonia (a clinical hatred of certain sounds) gets seriously triggered when Steven attempts to sync up their audio with a mouth full of cookies.
Lisa rams Steven with a hard lesson on the future of tactile, web-based sexual experiences.
Lisa harkens back to the fateful day she met both Steven and her husband. Bonus: naked people and larvae!
Lisa recounts the chilling tale of an over-exuberant dog walker who dared cross the feces-refrigerator barrier.
Lisa and Steven unveil a new kind of courting for the 21st century.
Lisa and Steven express their disappointment in serial killers who’ve embraced the most repugnant of the deadly sins: sloth.
Lisa drops a bold new business idea on Steven. Meanwhile, Steven concedes his unusually high IQ ain’t all it’s cracked up to be.