There’s an old person on the show. Mortality? You bet. Our weather correspondent is as inaccurate as always and there are twins.
Haley and our resident Dad joke expert share a bond Dan can never understand. Traffic seems pretty black and white this week. Dan teaches Haley accents and the difference between Snowflakes and Turkeys.
Haley and Dan meet the Show Wizard–a rabies infested new friend. A jealous pee jar decides now is the time to incite la révolution. Haley preps for an earthquake while Dan gets his first bar mitzvah. A rejected ISIS recruit makes us all wish we hadn’t been born in this generation.
Haley meets her new co-host Dan (not Daniel) and begins her quest for romance. Meanwhile Dan prepares for his debut at the most reputable local news station this side of the Prime Meridian. Oh and Haley goes grocery shopping.
We say goodbye to the only stable thing on this show: Ben’s presence. He refelcts on his time on this wild ride we call life while Haley is also there.
Will Haley ever get an episode named after her!? FIND OUT NEXT!
Good Friday, indeed! New Jesus is here to spread the good word, and Haley tells us what she knows about farming (Spoiler Alert: It’s a lot).
Ben searches for his ties with the help of Secretary Haley in a daring, yet rather trivial, piece of black and white cinema. THRILLING!
This week, unfortunately, a Clipper’s girl visits, but on the bright side, thou willst receivest some datingest tips!
A bag of money, a ruthless director, selling our soul to have a sponsor on the show, OH MY!
Haley’s friends and family pay The Breakdown a visit for some old fashioned frivolity and crayons.
The Breakdown hosts famous people this week, including (but not limited to) the extra from the back right corner sipping Sangria in Hidden Figures AND Farmer Judd!