If money were no object, what would you do? How would you fill your time and what would you spend money on? Michael poses the question to Tim and the two discuss their grand plans!
Where do see yourself in five years, and why does Tim not have a response? Head-in-the-clouds Michael is flabbergasted, and digs for some semblance of an answer, while both discuss the core of their interests.
Tim goes on a startling rant about the inadequacies of the American hamburger and Michael brings cold, hard reality to superpowers in this episode of what-if's.
Tim and Michael discuss how they stay productive through the trials of their 40 hour work weeks, swapping the strategies they've crafted to remain focused within their unique work environments.
Tim reviews the first book of one of Michael's favorite series, The Dresden Files: Stormfront, and fails to make retelling Icelandic sagas a recurring show segment.
Tim and Michael discuss healthy living, or their lack thereof. Michael celebrates that he's maybe slightly healthier than Tim in the first time of their lives? And both lament that they have not found an earth-shaking thunderstorm app to Tim's specifications.
Tim and Michael forget to introduce themselves while talking about video games, but find their way back to how they think and manage (or mismanage) time.
This time around, Michael and Tim talk about the differences between the states they live in before delving into the age-old debate of sci-fi versus fantasy. Michael gets more than he bargained for when he brings up the topic of dream palaces with Tim, and they follow up on the map discussion from last episode.
In the very first episode, Michael and Tim discuss their two decades of friendship, reminiscing about "the good times", before launching into an assorted series of tangents ranging from sleeping habits, ambient storm sounds, and the epic-ness of rainbows to their views on technology, Google Maps, and password security.