S09 E04 – That Explains a LotIf the name of your species had the word “monster” in it, how easy would your life be? Meet this week’s Lizard to find out! One three-letter Word can e…
S09 E03 – Texas (Can’t) Hold ‘EmWhat Lizard would suit you as a pet? Think “insurance.” The week’s Word originally meant that we had every seventh year off! Why did the Texans cross t…
S09 E02 – Mask AddictionDiscover why a six-foot monitor Lizard when shopping in a Thailand convenience store. Word: relationship shipping has been going on for a very long tim…
S09 E01 – Season Opener!The Daniels Boys begin their ninth season with a tribute to a newly designated animal: The Lizard. Folks are doing it atop police cars in Chicago and n…
S08 E27 – Season FinaleSome words that begin with “ox” are not Ox Stories. Jon was very upset with The Word, but during the show he overcame his objections by ingesting just…
S08 E26 – Thank You, Mr. Mars!Once the West was settled, our friends the oxen were forgotten (and eaten). Learn more in this week’s Ox Story. If you saw Best Enemies you know our Wo…
S08 E25 – Sharing and PrivacyThis week’s Ox Story is not only trademark-easy but also a lesson in phone etiquette from Jon. Learn about the opposite of plantigrade from Jerry durin…
S08 E24 – Mr. Gehrig’s DayAfter listening to the Ox Story this week, you may wonder if Oxblood came from Oxford, but it did not. The world’s shortest interval in musical notatio…
S08 E23 – Bob-niscientWe discover the limitations of Jon’s knowledge of ox physiology in this week’s Ox Story. If you think of diamonds instead of hedge hogs, you can pronou…
S08 E22 – Zombie VariantIf you have tasted bile lately, you’ll appreciate this week’s Ox Story. The boys came up with a very short Word that is used in tech shops, publishing,…
S08 E21 – Digital NomadsAesop had something to say about inflatable frogs during the week’s Ox Story. You might think The Word pertains to the underworld, but you’d be way off…
S08 E20 – Deconstructing InfrastructureFor this week’s Ox Story, the boys went to Japan, and then traveled to Manchester to research the Word. (Both journeys being figurative.) If you’re cur…