Owen’s got a problem with scarves and scarf-wearers. It’s not the scarf itself, it’s what it represents. Kind of like a middle finger.
It’s episode 666, just in time for Halloween! Oh wait, it’s actually one day away from as far as you can get from Halloween. So I guess it’s still kind of good timing if you stretch. Today’s main topic is Boston, which has nothing to do with 666.
Last hour we talked about leadership. Remember when Pat Williams said a leader needs a speaking voice for all to hear or whatever? Well Trixie wrote a book about public speaking, so there you go.
Randy wants to keep his children pure as the driven snow he’s surrounded by on a daily basis. Ralph is skeptical. Tom is also skeptical, but about the NFL’s tax status instead of Randy’s deal. Note: this episode is out of order because of Siberian hackers. What do you mean you don’t believe me?
Cy and Tom get in a heated debate about race relations and presidents and whatever else. It went on for quite some time. They generally disagree but nobody hit anybody else so it went pretty well.
We’ve been talking a lot about Furious 7. Everyone has. So what better time to have a Hollywood stunt driver on the show? No better is what. It’s the best time. Also on this hour: you get to hear the audio for the Poltergeist trailer for some reason.
Wizard World is fast approaching, as is Kristy. She’ll be there, we’ll be there, maybe not at the same time but whatever. The important thing is she just launched aDRESSitGOLF, a clothing line that strives to make you look, in her own words, hot while golfing.
One more until the tenth Best Of. Will we do something special? Almost certainly not. Maybe for the 500th which, at this rate, will take another ten years.