Recording on Friday, May 29, 2020, the Villains breakdown the most recent events (the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, the attempted murder of Christian Cooper by Amy Cooper and the murder of George Floyd) leading to protest against unjust policing. A discussion which, somehow, sparked conversation about which Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.
The global pandemic continues to wreck havoc around the world, and some researchers try to use Africa as a testing ground. New parents give their twins the worst possible names and the current administration is handling things in the worst possible way. Wildlife begins reclaiming the lands and one train engineer’s plans, thankfully, fall short.
Following the difficult episode on the Wilmington Massacre, the Villains decide to do a much lighter episode. Topics include murder by suitcase, whizzing in coffee machines, escaped monkeys way too much whiskey.
In November of 1898, white supremacists overthrew the democratically elected government of Wilmington, NC and killed approximately 90 Black men, women and children in the only successful coup in the United States
The passing of Kobe Bryant spawns a tense debate over who gets to craft how we are to be remembered. A university's gift shop's Black History display raises eyebrows and a judge's opinion of a juror cause him to be removed from his position. The "Stripper Bowl" performers get less than they hoped and Erykah baduizm is giving Gwyneth's yani a run for it's money