Rhett & Link’s Buddy System follows best friends, Rhett & Link, as they embark on a fantastical misadventure in search of a missing phone that could save their morning talk show from a co-ex-girlfriend turned evil infomercial queen.
When Rhett and Link give each other the silent treatment, Dylan sees a way to make millions.
It turns out that Rhett never told Link about their other roommate, Glenn. It also turns out Glenn might be a serial killer. Suddenly, living in a morgue drawer doesn’t seem so bad.
Rhett doesn’t like the way Link eats toast; Link doesn’t like to get naked. If that’s not enough show for you, the fellas go to a really weird day spa.
With their relationship damaged beyond repair, Rhett and Link seek to fulfill their ultimate destinies
Will Rhett & Link survive Aimee’s eternal prom?
The bunk bed buddies expand their horizons in different ways: Link goes on his first real date. And a virtual reality game allows Rhett to become his most perfect self: a middle-aged woman named Beth
Rhett & Link get roped in to rival skating gangs.
A young girl gives the guys an epic history lesson about 19th century explorers Rhark & Linkis, and their quest to colonize the inside of the Earth.
Rhett & Link magically disappear and power rap about a power nap.
Rhett and Link attempt to become more confident by tucking their shirts into their pants. They test their newfound bravery by venturing down a dark alleyway, but Link's phone mysteriously disappears.
Rhett meets Peder. Link meets Rhett. Things get weird.
Rhett’s job as a professional food taster is put in jeopardy when Link burns Rhett’s tongue. Note: includes training montage.
Rhett & Link confront themselves, and then disguise themselves.
To search for the missing phone, Rhett and Link decide to retrace their steps in hopes of finding where they might have lost it, but along the way, Link stumbles upon Rhett's super secret exercise bike.
Rhett & Link relive their prom. George doles out parking lot justice.