The boys tackle reality tv and the mob genre with Growing Up Gotti which centers around John Gotti's daughter, Victoria Gotti, and her three sons. They discuss being allegations hipsters when it comes to Ellen, Thruple privilege, and the Italianx tax. They ponder about au pairs and "the help" and John Paul talks Pete Gotti to task.
John Paul and Zach discuss a police procedural called Hawaii Five-O. It has good music, but otherwise has a terrible plot and weak characters and features some disgusting ASMR. They discuss their tenures as tropical island police, Max Holloway's UFC career, and Haoles. They also invoke RAP GOD Eminem and mourn the abuse of Christopher Reeves.
The boys continue Stolen Valor July with American Odyssey an homage to Homer and the U.S. War on Terror. They ponder how Pat Tillman would feel about kneeling, discuss Lena Dunham's antics, discover the etymology of Boko Haram, and learn that Ben Bailey from Cash Cab smokes weed. Jack also gets very worried that our beloved Dave Ramsey could fall victim to covid.
The boys discuss a military themed reality television show hosted by the man who announced Osama's death to the world - John Cena. They discuss John Cena's physique, the weight of their members, and their battles against debt. Zach thinks everyone is an actor on reality tv shows, JPR fantasizes about Cena, and Jack asks about police unions.
The boys deign to take on a network television show, JAG. They discuss due process, the world's oldest profession, and why wearing white can help you lose weight. They also touch on politics as they broach Native American mascots and the first juggalo Selectman. They also wonder if John Bolton's claims that Trump approves of Uyghur camps will lose 45 any votes.
The boys kick off Stolen Valor July with the HBO miniseries The Pacific. They discuss WWII, Al Sharpton, and how hot Zach's grandpa is. They also wonder why bin Laden didn't like the USA and declare that Gettysburg is more family friendly than Universal Studios which they encourage listeners to boycott on the heels of J.K. Rowlings transphobia.
The boys discuss a fellow Blue Collar Boston comic, Dane Cook. Jack talks about meeting the creator of Tik Tok and how Gary Gulman punched up his anti semitic joke. John Paul does his first "thought about" writing exercise and Zach maintains that Ralphie May did not die from obesity - he was killed by Jillian Michaels.
The boys weigh in on a sensational sports documentary about Michael Jordan. They talk Ken Burns negativity, Jimmy Kimmel's blackface portrayal of Karl Malone, and John Paul gets involved in North Korea's infiltration of the LPGA.
Zach maintains that Tom Brady is an insignificant cultural hero and Dennis Rodman shifted the Overton Window. Meme Minute gets a little out of control and Guillermo is not who we think he is.
The boys discuss an HBO hit about polygamy - Big Love. They debate whether or not Muhammad or Joseph Smith have the world's most famous undercarriage. Jack has a barber accident that not even Sweeney Todd would commit, asserts that it is very easy to become a State Senator and recommends one just get baptized, but cross your fingers, if you want to appease a friend. John Paul asks why Kim Jong Un's neck is so thick and encourages Bill Paxton to take a fourth celebrity wife. Zach perfects his impression of Mike Tyson and adds a Don Corleone voice.
The boys discuss the worst show that HBO has ever made and Hollywood's least worthy leading man - Bobby Cannavale. They wax poetic about the Good Guy Greg meme and determine what is and isn't punk rock. The Ramones are not punk rock, but sobriety, the War in Iraq, and eating a bat in Wuhan is punk rock.
They debate the merit of intimate love scenes, wonder if Ray Romano can handle playing a Jewish character, and posit that you should wait to earn a heroin habit through fame.