Why is grandma going to Catholic mass at 4 a.m.? Why is mom chain-smoking on the back porch? WHY HAVEN'T YOU HAD KIDS YET?
Remember when you had to actually schedule your day around your favorite TV show instead of just binging 4 seasons in a single weekend? *chills*
Everybody loves weekends, but did we get more bang for our buck when we were kids or have weekends just kept getting better? Felix and Jordan cover everything from sleepover etiquette to playing on giant mounds of dirt to 4-day work weeks so don't miss out!
Jordan and Felix do a deep dive into 8-bit nirvana as they recollect their favorite video game memories and then break down just how gaming has changed today.
The balance of work and play is something everyone learns to do at young age, but does it get better or worse when we have careers and families and pods to cast?
Jordan and Felix delve deep into their pasts to dig up the fears of their childhood...so like 6 months ago, give or take.
Traveling is something some of us are fortunate enough to do these days as adults and were even able to experience as kids. Were the backseat adventures of license plate bingo and Slug Bug as good as we remember?
Why is making friends as an adult so much more difficult now? And what would the FRIENDS reunion look like if Matthew LeBlanc wasn't available? Moving questions.
Jordan & Felix discuss The hierarchy of sleepovers and the pants of the future.
Birthdays. They come around every year whether you want them to or not. Once more around the sun we go.
Happy Meals. Burger King Kids Club. BOOK-IT. So many great memories about fast food from when we were kids.
Is there an expiration date on spoilers? Is there capital punishment for those who break those said rules? How much can we type here and NOT spoil this episode?
It's no secret that fanboyism for anything these days is rampant. Was it always this way and we just weren't aware of it? Or was the act of being a fan of something just actually better when we were kids?
The inaugural episode of I Don't Wanna Grow Up. Jordan and Felix talk about the joys and sorrows of winning arguments as kids and now as adults.