It's fall -- well kinda. Chris isn't feeling it, and Tanner is on the fence. Still, Tanner puts Chris in the hot seat and has him try to guess the Farmer's Almanac's top ten fall activities. Chris is dating someone new and about to reveal to her he has the health of someone twice his age. Tanner discovered that the movie Monster Trucks was thought up by a movie executive's four year old son. Chris recalls the bizarre story of the movie Don's Plum.
The boys are back in town. Chris provides a detailed timeline of 2016's worst moments, the most recent of which was attending his uncle's funeral and getting "ghosted" by a woman. Tanner found out his girlfriend used his bath towel as a hand towel and freaked out. Tanner saw a guy get singled out for seeing a movie alone. Chris and Tanner saw Ghostbusters.
Tanner successfully moved his hair part from one side to the other. Chris gave his phone number to a woman and didn't hear back. Chris recommends the Netflix documentaries Welcome to Lieth, The Barkley Marathons, and Frank and Cindy. Tanner recommends Dead Slow Ahead. Tanner explains the true story behind flying ant day, and Chris reminisces about deer flies.