The boys talk about the salacious football drama, Playmakers. JPR proposes that Asian Indians replace Native Americans as sports mascots, Jack defends O.J. Simpson, and Zach calls the NFL powerless and double dog dares them to challenge him. The boys ponder why the NRA has not made Plaxico Burress aka Snaxico their official spokesman.
Is anyone on the Real Housewives of Miami actually a housewife? Are Jewish lesbians more likely to visit sperm banks? The boys answer these questions and more and discuss wet chino contests, single moms selling hydroxicut, and Mike Tyson's past career as a speech coach.
The boys talk about sex icon and serial killer Andrew Cunanan and the final episode of American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace. They talk about funeral etiquette, their own careers as assassins. John Paul laments not being F.B.I - full blooded Italian, and James Buchanan has a controversial past time.
The boys discuss a Norwegian psychological thriller, Fortitude. Jack discusses his ideal horror movie, Zach condemns kink, and JPR is the only one who watched the right episode. They discuss the fat man in front of a train problem, learn about Randy Quaid's anatomy, and attack the shameful Hollywood elites.
The boys discuss Latinx culture and Jane the Virgin. Is Jane the same age as her mom? Was dunking one of the Marian miracles? They also chat about a loud screaming Polish lady afraid of tornadoes on a Megabus and whether or not Jesus would be a bad houseguest.
The boys reflect on drunken Matt Roloff and sexy Kate Gosselin. John Paul calls the separation of Anna and Honey Boo Boo the saddest thing on this podcast and predicts she will be a star. The boys talk about different American dialects and Zach perfects his Mama June impression.
The boys rate a new sexy body type - Top Beef. They pitch their own revisions of the controversial Soprano finale scene. They debate whether Tony was a bad guy or if he would have put a "Refugees are Welcome Here" sticker on Sartriale's.
The boys talk about their own history with teacher-student relationships. They talk about how to break up with an old lover before a move. They discuss a reboot of Rob and Big starring Big PoC. Finally, Kirby Puckett, Jr. makes an appearance in a moving role play.