Sonny and I expose way more than we intend to. Literally.
Hector Serrano unleashes some mad love for his one and only.
Collin Gossel wins the Oscar for best mürmur guest ever.
Celeste Tacconi celebrates her 13th birthday with a quick mürmur.
Omar Devine struggles with being a well endowed man.
After a rocky start, Barbara Rosenthal starts reconsidering her arrival. I end up convincing her to stay.
Janice Yang gets confronted by the man who broke into her home.
Eric Sazer confronts the uncle who ill-treated him in his youth.
Jake Shao camps out at Angelika Center to watch a film together with a despondent Shia LaBeouf.
Dennis Nolte traded in his boat for a bus that aims to bring the dreams of others into reality. An all time favorite mürmur conversation.
Emerald James discovers the dark side of the internet.
We're already off to a rocky start when Eddy decides to shows up with company. An emotionally charged back and forth that eventually resolves amicably. Kind of.
Despite her glowing skin and Midwestern charm, Olivia Sandoval is one tough cookie. We couldn't quite connect, but that's ok. After all, not everyone is meant to be friends.
Samuel Nevilles gets kicked to the curb for eating too many Nilla cookies.
Emerging briefly from his cave of electrical tools and gadgets, Zack Freedman brings the weirdo vibes to the mürmur studio.
Silence is golden. Eric Robinson talks about venturing out into the wild and retaining reticence for an entire week.
Kal Mansoor can not stop the flood of movie offers. There is one catch though, they all want him to play the terrorist. Hear him unleash his fury on the world and win you over with his laid-back charm.
Over some delicious chicken and waffles, Sarah Fernandez talks about home wreckers and "trust fund baby boyfriends" from the midwest.
Michael Hotz recounts his failed attempt at saving the life of a young Slipknot fan.
Brendan Testa recounts his childhood fascination with poop.
Trapped in the closet. Evan Kelman spends a night locked inside a dark wardrobe with a female companion.
Despite the angelic presence, Jessica Nguyen certainly has a way of attracting the devil. Here, she recounts her close brushes with death, and then later, helps me glue back together Todd the snail.
Sleeping on subways at night and making beats at the Apple store by day, Ruslan Stoner (Homeboy Rus) talks about the struggle of being a homeless rapper. Plus, a bonus mürmur with Jonathan Ostrander as an encore.