government shut down

In episode 310, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Tamer Kattan to discuss the best television shows since The Sopranos, William Barrs memo on the Mueller investigation, Trump's dinner for the Clemson crew, Republicans coming for Steve King's racist comments, how sex offender and paedophile Jeffrey Epstein got a 'non-prosecution agreement,' Steven Spielberg's West Side Story, the Fyre Festival documentary wars, and more!

FOOTNOTES:

1. The 20 Best TV Dramas Since ‘The Sopranos’

2. William Barr’s Slick Performance Shouldn’t Fool Anyone

3. President Trump’s extravagant, $3,000, 300-sandwich celebration of Clemson University

4. President Trump welcomed the NCAA national champion Clemson Tigers football team to the White House with a shutdown smorgasbord of fast food offerings he called "great American food," including piles of pizza and fries and more than 300 burgers.

5. WATCH: The Simpsons Skinner and The Superintendent: Aurora Borealis

6. Romney calls on Steve King to resign after comments on white supremacy

7. Why are Republicans suddenly outraged over Steve King’s racism?

8. Even from jail, sex abuser manipulated the system. His victims were kept in the dark

9. How a future Trump Cabinet member gave a serial sex abuser the deal of a lifetime

10. Steven Spielberg’s ‘West Side Story’ Finds Its Maria, Anita, Bernardo & Chino

11. 17-year-old high school student cast in West Side Story after worldwide search

12. Hulu Debuts Fyre Festival Doc Days Before Rival Netflix Project

13. WATCH: Ty Segall: "My lady's on fire"

In episode 305, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Megan Gailey to discuss the burnout generation, Trump's lack of knowledge about how the government shut down goes who it impacts, the continuous push for a border wall by the right, the lie Trump told about Syria, Kevin Spacey's delusional come back plan, pizza math, and more! Plus Behind The Bastards Robert Evans and super producer Anna Hossnieh join to discuss the story of the young Saudi woman trying to escape her family.

FOOTNOTES:

1. How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation

2. My Family Abducted And Tricked Me Into A Forced Marriage

3. Saudi teenager who fled her family allowed to stay in Thailand for now

4. Flying without a man: The mysterious case of Dina Ali

5. “Which former presidents told President Trump, as he said, that he should’ve built a wall? All their representatives have denied that that was the case.” @halliejackson to @VPMike Pence

6. OH: TRUMP DIDN’T REALIZE A GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN WOULD SHUT DOWN THE GOVERNMENT

7. Millions face delayed tax refunds, cuts to food stamps as White House scrambles to deal with shutdown’s consequences

8. Delta, United, and JetBlue pilots are warning that flying will become more dangerous as government shutdown continues

9. To build the wall, Trump is sacrificing airport security during the government shutdown

10. ‘No different from my original statements’: Trump denies changes to Syria exit plan

11. Fox News host fact-checks Sarah Sanders

12. Kevin Spacey pleads not guilty in Nantucket court to indecent assault

13. Kevin Spacey pulled over for speeding hours after appearing in court

14. Kevin Spacey is plotting a comeback — and ‘is still getting acting offers’

15. An 18-inch pizza has more pizza than two 12-inch pizzas, and people are losing it

16. WATCH: Saba - SIRENS ft. theMIND (Official Video)

In episode 69, Jack & Miles are joined by comedian Brodie Reed to discuss the government shutdown & CHIP getting funded, Oscar nominations, an update on the Hawaii missile crisis, Bill Cosby showing up at a jazz club, the Apple conspiracy, & more!

In episode 68, Jack & Miles are joined by comedian Raj Desai to discuss the women's march, Democrats caving in over the government shut down, the Super Bowl, Amazon Go, potential cities for Amazon HQ, bad movies doing well at the box office, & more.

In episode 67, Jack & Miles are joined by comedian Amy Miller to discuss the government shut down, Chicago West, Stormy Daniel's InTouch interview, Omarosa keeping receipts, protest music, 'bloidwatch, Red Lobster Cheddar Bay biscuits, & more.

In episode 66, Jack & Miles are joined by comedian Jake Weisman to discuss China's lacking interest in The Last Jedi, then a check in with Trump supporters, John Kelly's ego, Lindsay Graham's defense of Trump's racism, the new cannabis prop, & more.