The boys kickoff Stolen Valor July a salute to our nations heroes. We talk about Turn: Washington's Spies. We delve deep into our own ancestors who played crucial roles in The War For Independence. Zach ponders a very obvious question about slavery, and the boys discuss Benedict Arnold, King George III and penis size.
The boys talk about teen drama Everwood. They talk about how to talk sex with your family, when its appropriate to move on from your widow, and they promote safe sex. They also talk about their time as carnies and reminisce on Cesar Sayoc.
The boys talk HBO miniseries Chernobyl. They make memes, discuss dentists, and accuse each other of causing other disasters. Jack pitches a theory to harvest water from the moon, John Paul minimizes the Three Mile Island disaster, and Zach gives his opinion on Belarussian people.
The boys discuss the Korean adaptation of Criminal Minds. They discuss Korean culture, the coolest guys named Dennis, Internet cafe heros, and their favorite video games.
The boys discuss the network tv show, Lethal Weapon. JPR leads us into a discussion of Asian Americans in the U.S. Military, Jack shows his racism by confusing Daman and Marlan Wayans, and Zach shares his secret to avoiding divorce.
The boys discuss the show Veep. They talk about how they would deal with a brokered convention and who they would select as a running mate. Zach trashes sarcasm and liberal political satire, Jack praises Barbara Streisand, and John Paul breaks down the Bay of Pigs invasion.
Tim Dillon joins the boys to discuss the big daddy of Series Finales - Game of Thrones. The boys discuss gag wedding gifts, restaurant owners from New Jersey, and Ricky Ray Rector. The boys also pitch their ideal GoT endings.
We watched the television show Tudors a show about Henry the 8th and all the wives he had. The voice is that the actor chooses to use to portray King Henry is obnoxious as hell. King Henry wanted to get an annulment but the pope wouldnt say ok so he made his own religion The Church of England. The boys talk about the experience of being painted as portraits.