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In episode 420, Jack and special guest host Sara June are joined by comedian drag queen and Ghosted podcast host Roz Drezfalez to discuss how Oregon has way too much weed, Warner Bro's Media hiring a female CEO, the US military thinking we can win a nuclear win, Pete Buttigieg facing criticism from his own town, mystery investors buying out California's newspapers, 7-Eleven starting to deliver slurpees, Sylvestor Stallone charging fans for selfies, the sexual politics of Toy Story 4, and more!

FOOTNOTES:

1. Oregon has too much cannabis. Two laws may help the state manage its surplus

2. Ann Sarnoff Named Warner Bros. CEO in Surprise Pick

3. Warner Bros. On ‘Precipice of Change’ as Studio Preps for WarnerMedia Boot Camp

4. Nuclear weapons: experts alarmed by new Pentagon 'war-fighting' doctrine

5. Buttigieg criticized at emotional town hall after shooting

6. Frustration, confusion as Bakersfield Californian faces layoffs and new ownership

7. Who are the mystery investors buying some of California’s last family-owned newspapers?

8. 7-Eleven Slurpee delivery service now reaches beaches and parks

9. Sylvester Stallone charging fans $1550 for a selfie

10. Box Office: ‘Toy Story 4’ Dominates With $118 Million Debut

11. Disney announces that Woody will be “openly bisexual” in Toy Story 4

12. WATCH: "Toy Story 4" Transgender Character Exposed

13. Everything You Need to Know About Forky, the Neurotic Breakout Star of 'Toy Story 4'

14. WATCH: Habibi Funk // حبيبي فنك : Al Massrieen - Mafatshe Leh (Egypt, 1980)

In episode 374, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Alyssa Sabo to discuss why Beyoncé went to Netflix, a LOT about the heavily-redacted Mueller report, Flint getting a glimmer of hope, AMI selling the National Enquirer, and more!

FOOTNOTES:

1. Netflix Got Beyoncé’s Homecoming by Paying So Much Money

2. READ: The Mueller Report, With Redactions

3. Flint Receives $77 Million to Fund New Water Projects

4. The National Enquirer is being sold for $100 million to James Cohen, CEO of Hudson News

5. Usher - I Don't Know

In episode 293, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Sara June to discuss the most Googled foods, a preview of the 2020 candidates, the Google CEO sitting down to testify in front of congress, the fall out of the Trump/Pelosi/Schumer showdown, the silence of Mike Pence, Michael Cohen going to prison, Michael Flynn asking for leniency, Maria Butina flipping, and more!

FOOTNOTES:

1. Foods we Googled in 2018: Unicorn cake, CBD gummies, keto everything

2. Whole Foods Ranked Worst on Cancer-Linked Package Chemicals

3. Bernie Sanders still says class is more important than race. He is still wrong

4. Bernie’s Plan for Racial Justice

5. Cynthia Nixon, like Bernie Sanders before her, has a problem with black Democrats

6. It’s time to end the myth that black voters don’t like Bernie Sanders

7. After @SteveKingIA raises inscrutable concerns about iPhones, Google CEO Sunday Pichai patiently informs him, "Congressman, iPhone is made by a different company."

8. Trump Springs Shutdown Stunt On Chuck and Nancy, Makes Everything Worse

9. Trump says he would be 'proud' to shut down the government over border wall funding

10. These Tweets About Mike Pence Are Joking That He's Taken A Vow of Silence

11. Everybody’s Wrong: Donald Trump Won the Chuck-n-Nancy Meeting, and Here’s Why

12. Michael Cohen sentenced to 3 years in prison

13. Michael Flynn's lawyers request no prison time, defend cooperation with Mueller team

14. Maria Butina, accused Russian agent, reaches plea deal with prosecutors

15. WATCH: Sam Gendel - Pure Imagination (Lo Fi)

In episode 54, the final episode of the year, Jack & Miles are joined by comedian Brandie Posey to discuss Papa John CEO stepping down, Menghazi crims Michael Irwin, Eric Davis, 'bloidwatch, Paul Ryan, Obamacare sign ups, Netflix's Bright, & more.