73 episodes

Urinal etiquette. The best ice. And the decreasing quality of french fries. Brett and Brian have been friends for more than 30 years. Listen in as they discuss pop culture, movies, music, their own personal quirks, and their unique perspective on daily life. You'll wonder how you managed without them.

More Later..‪.‬ Brett Baker

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6 • 11 Ratings

Urinal etiquette. The best ice. And the decreasing quality of french fries. Brett and Brian have been friends for more than 30 years. Listen in as they discuss pop culture, movies, music, their own personal quirks, and their unique perspective on daily life. You'll wonder how you managed without them.

    Episode 72: Pandemic, Jeffrey Toobin, Cubs, Grocery Gripes

    Episode 72: Pandemic, Jeffrey Toobin, Cubs, Grocery Gripes

    In the first episode in quite awhile Brian and Brett remind you why you love them. Masking, Violin fundraising, Jeffrey Toobin, the Cubs, and grocery grips are the highlights. Lang Ice is back, even if they don't know it.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 71: Jeffrey Toobin, Back injuries, Patti Smith, R.E.M., Bret Michaels, Monk, Chevy Citation

    Episode 71: Jeffrey Toobin, Back injuries, Patti Smith, R.E.M., Bret Michaels, Monk, Chevy Citation

    Jeffrey Toobin made some bad zoom decisions. Johnny Carson smoked under a desk, and Jim Leyland smoked in the dugout. Clayton Kershaw is the best, back injuries suck, and where are the new fast food restaurants? Brewfest is so much fun, Brett can’t get into Patti Smith, but loves R.E.M. Bret Michaels is jealous, and R.E.M. doesn’t like Shiny Happy People. Monk is better than you think, and Randy Newman is great. Chevy Citation is like time travel.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Episode 70: Mouth burning, NBA futility, Yan Can Cook, He-Man, Hubie Halloween, Eddie Van Halen

    Episode 70: Mouth burning, NBA futility, Yan Can Cook, He-Man, Hubie Halloween, Eddie Van Halen

    Brett can’t handle eating hot things, all fish is frozen, and Calumet Fisheries is delicious. The guys didn’t watch the NBA finals, which are a joke, and NYC doesn’t claim the Islanders. Brett’s dad had Cubs license plate, and Phoenix is really hot. The Redskins suck, Yan Can Cook is awesome. He-Man is childhood personified, and Moss Man brings back memories, too. Eddie van Halen could play.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Episode 69: Eating Fish, Burger Styles, George Motz, Drinking Coffee, Expensive Fast Food, Brian’s Musical Revelation

    Episode 69: Eating Fish, Burger Styles, George Motz, Drinking Coffee, Expensive Fast Food, Brian’s Musical Revelation

    Brett rediscovers a food he forgot about, which makes him want to discover more foods. Hamburgers are good, and can be done a million different ways. Brian watches a burger guy named George Motz on YouTube, who may have one of the coolest careers ever. Brett has fast food complaints, and Brian’s raging about thousand island dressing. Nutrigrain bars have shrunk, Comcast commercials are annoying and hypocritical, and Brian has a musical revelation that may add a new artist to his playlist.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Episode 68: Thermostat Hawks, Table Etiquette, Road Kill trucks, Animals hunting each other, Beavis and Butt-head

    Episode 68: Thermostat Hawks, Table Etiquette, Road Kill trucks, Animals hunting each other, Beavis and Butt-head

    Brett ate a pizza puff for the first time in decades and isn’t happy with the results. Then he forgot to order at McDonald’s. Brian’s not going to be bullied into wearing pants, and Brett’s obsessed with the thermostat. Brian thinks young people used to look older than they were, and wants to know if we’ll ever dress like old men. Where did table etiquette come from? Why is Brian obsessed with watching people at dinner? What’s the best way to cut a sandwich, and what happens to all of those dead animals? Brian has YouTube animal video recommendations.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Episode 67: Peanut Butter, Fried Chicken, Food Adventures, Screws, Sports Impatience, Tennis Dominance

    Episode 67: Peanut Butter, Fried Chicken, Food Adventures, Screws, Sports Impatience, Tennis Dominance

    Brett went back to work for a couple of hours, hated his commute, and didn’t see any lazy mice. Brian has no peanut butter loyalty, and Brett has conquered his PB&J addiction. Fried chicken is good even if the woman behind the counter smokes. Brett stood in line with his son for donuts, and Brian stood in line with his brother for hot dogs. Brett annoyed a scam caller by pretending to be a screwdriver. Ever hear of the Robertson screw? Brian doesn’t have time to watch sports, but hopes it’s a phase. Dominant tennis players.

    • 1 hr 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Hartastic ,

Old friends.... new content.

Even if I didn’t know these guys, which I’ve known Brian since elementary school and Brett since middle school, I would enjoy listening to them. So many topics are right in sync with this 40 something guy!!! Keep it up fellas!!’

hippiemamakelly ,

The Best!

I am so thrilled that Brett and Brian have started a podcast! I have known for years just how fun they are and it has been great listening to them share that with the world. I look forward to the new episodes on my commute.

Big V Shizzle ,

Dynamic Duo

Brett and Brian are hilarious! I am currently catching up. Just finished episode 4. I can’t wait to listen to the next one. I have about a 30 minute commute to and from work every day. More Later is perfect to listen to each way instead of all of the boring talk shows in the morning and the same music and commercials being played in the afternoon over and over. Listening to More Later will always entertain with new material each hour and never repeat. Although for some reason I am wanting Lang Ice for my drinks. 🤣 I have know Brett and Brian over half my life. Great guys! Subscribe to this podcast or you mind end up with Brian starring at you grunting and barking at you!😂Love you guys!
-Vossage

Top Podcasts In Society & Culture