In episode 180, Jack and special guest co-host Billy Wayne Davis are joined by comedian Brandie Posey to discuss the reviews for Uncle Drew, Brandie's take on the film 'Gotti,' Drake's new album and all the revelations that came with it, details on the mass shooter from Annapolis, how the right responded to the mass shooting incident at the Capital Gazette, updates on the current civility war in America, a possible replacement for Justice Anthony Kennedy, why he may have retired, and more!
In episode 179, Jack and special guest co-host Jamie Loftus are joined by comedian Matt Gourley to discuss different big dick energy carriers, satellite images of North Korea's nuclear facilities, a Boston superintendent resigning after claims that he shared student immigration info with ICE, an update on the culture wars and the Red Hen debacle, a new Star Wars manifesto, and more! Plus super producer Anna Hossnieh joins to talk about Jersey Shore and Time's The 25 Most Influential People on the Internet list.
In episode 178, Jack and special guest co-host Ify Nwadiwe are joined by comedian Kurt Braunohler to discuss the Rolling Stone Johnny Depp profile, Justice Anthony Kennedy retiring at the worst time possible, the travel ban hurting our chances of a brain drain out of Iran, the 28 year old socialist who who defeated an incumbent leader of the Democratic Party in NYC, the passing of Joe Jackson, a Facebook post made by a possible incel, a break down of Fortnite and PUBG, and more!
In episode 177, Jack and guest co-host Jamie Loftus are joined by comedy writer Soren Bowie to discuss the Twitter mural just for influencers, the lack of civility in America currently, the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the travel ban, where migrants come from and what happens to them when they're deported, David Lynch's unnecessary comments about Trump, World Cupdate, plus some new segments: Birthday Watch with Jamie Loftus, Love Watch with Jamie Loftus, and Face Watch with super producer Anna Hossnieh, and more!
In episode 176, Jack and special guest co-host Dani Fernandez are joined by Yo Is This Racist's Andrew Ti to discuss Netflix firing their PR chief for using the N-word, ABC's reboot of Roseanne called 'The Connors,' Sarah Huckabee Sanders being kicked out of a restaurant, Permit Patty calling the police on an eight year old for selling water, Tom Arnold taking on the Trump administration, a look at the box office from this past weekend, a world update, and more!
In episode 173, Jack and Miles are joined by How Stuff Works Committed Podcast host Jo Piazza to discuss how memory functions, the latest on the border separation, DHS secretary Kirstjen Nielsen get chased out of a Mexican restaurant, how we need to hurt Fox New's bottom line by boycotting them and their advertisers, Trump's plan to end the practice of separating parents from their children with an executive order, the top fifty restaurants, a possible EU ban on memes, a world cupdate, and more!
In episode 175, Jack and special guest co-host Caitlin Gill are joined by comedian Brodie Reed to discuss the public's sexual attraction to Mr. and Mrs. Incredible, Melania's terrible jacket choice, the Texas non-profit that gets millions in federal money to run shelters for immigrant children, the millions of dollars in pledges to have The Last Jedi remade, how the new Jurassic Park film makes a poor attempt at an allegory about our current political climate, a quick world cupdate, synchronized NBA players, bloidwatch, and more!
In episode 174, Jack and Miles are joined by Couples Therapy Podcast host Andy Beckerman to discuss the White Civil Rights Rally in DC, racists getting their karma, Stephen Miller being an actual evil monster, the executive order Trump signed not really fixing anything, an update on Scott Pruitt shenanigans, the suspect in XXXTentacion’s shooting being arrested, cultural recommendations, a world cupdate, a Philly Phanatics fan being shot in the face with a hot dog gun, and more!
In episode 172, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian and writer Miel Bredouw to discuss Juneteenth, the continued problematic views on the segregation of immigrant parents from their children from Fox News, the Republicans Nazi-esque stance on the issue, the new The Carters album, the death of XXXTentacion, a world cupdate, and more! Plus super producer Anna Hossnieh joins to talk about The Bachelorette's casting problem when it comes to contestants.