Tiger Woods is the driving force behind our show in multiple ways. Not only is he a cheater, but he was also a video game personality. Now he’s nothing. Oops.
Ted Cruz is a lot like Bumblebee from Transformers in that he speaks entirely in audio clips from popular media. Strange, but true.
Schitt’s Creek is a show about a family who goes from a life of luxury to staying in a crap shack far from home. Later we learn that sometimes fantasy becomes reality.
The religious background of the crew comes to light, but not necessarily a positive light. Mass can get pretty long. But you might need sanctuary after the Jamar Clark ruling.
Cuba and the Middle East are both bad places to live, though Cuba doesn’t have IEDs so it takes a distant second place. For some great examples of why you don’t want to be in Iraq any time soon, pick up a copy of Brian’s new book, All The Ways We Kill and Die.
Do you pine for the days of National Lampoon, Spy, and Mad? And the rest? Michael did too, which is why he started American Bystander, so head over to Kickstarter and make it a reality.
After Tim reveals that he enjoyed the world’s most hated movie that somehow still made 75 quadrillion dollars, we segue to a list of celebrities being horrible people as a change of pace.
Hacking, Whales, and Politics. We’ve got all the topics covered today courtesy of our guests and Tom’s proclivity for certain subjects.
The weather may be confused as to what it wants to do, but this episode knows exactly what it is doing. Bringing good times, and the best of the of. Featuring enthralling clips from: Adrianne Haslet-Davis, Wil Anderson, and special in studio guest Louie Anderson.