EPISODE 302

Throwing Shade

Bryan shares his terrible travels to and from Memphis by asking the question: What is appropriate airplane behavior? Who owns the arm rest? Should you take off shoes during long distance flights? Why do you get 4 carry bags and I get 1? Who are these people that cut the line at every gate? What time should I show for my flight? What do you wear on a plane? Should you talk to your seat-mate? And most importantly…who controls the shade? TCB hopes to bring common sense and civility back to the not-so-friendly skies! 

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