It's the show's first anniversary, and the last episode for a while, due to the birth of Ted's daughter! In this episode, we discuss the Supreme Court's decision on a bakery's refusal to bake a gay wedding cake, and we introduce a new segment - the What About Now Confrontation! Also, we have a pretend interview with Seth MacFarlane, and Ted tells a personal story regarding the recent Baltimore-area flash flooding.
As Ted's month-long cold continues, we talk about the turmoil in Israel, and a discussion of legalized sports betting leads to a bet of our own. We close things out with an attempt to save Barnes and Noble from retailmageddon.
In this episode, Darin plays devil's advocate when comparing George W. Bush and Trump. Also, in honor of our new iTunes listeners, we introduce the Serious Segment, which leads to a lesson in political correctness.
We discuss long-gone things, like taco-flavored Doritos, Alligator baggies, and P.E. uniforms. The score is tied, so we have a lightning round! We wrap things up with a multi-part story ala Carlito's Way - ending first!