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Episode 13: Woke About Earth
George joins the gang for a conversation about climate change, endangered animals and resentment towards mosquitos. Intending to celebrate Earth Day 2018, the discussion eventually takes on outer space and the possible colonization of Mars.
Episode 12: Bear Attacks
In an impressive display of aimlessly going off on tangents, Alden, Steven and Nate discuss nostalgic smells, bar soap, family vacations, stargazing stories and bear survival tactics.
Episode 10: Boys and Girls
In the long awaited tenth episode, the squad looks back on the epic creation story of the Supply and Demand Podcast which somehow involves stories of elementary school romance and a relationship counseling scheme with questionable ethics. It’s been a wild ride.
Episode 9: Topics in Music
The Suppliers barely scratch the surface of a discussion about their favorite albums, the nostalgic value of songs, and sellout artists, quickly realizing that music is far too broad of a topic to cover in a single episode.
Episode 8: Pet Peeves
Nate is annoyed by picture books that get turned into movies, Greg disapproves of people going through left-hand doors, and Alden hates low-effort usernames and passwords. Joined by special guests Erin and Margaux, the gang shares their biggest pet peeves and inadvertently discovers new pet peeves about each other. Topics of identity theft and our favorite vocabulary words are stumbled upon in the process.
Episode 7: The Ultimate Thesis
In an increasingly globalized world, are individuals loyal to their country or themselves? Using Greg’s pillars of economic theory as guidelines, casual discussion over the 2018 Italian election leads the gang to connect the U.S. steel industry, Chipotle guacamole, environmentalism, the Articles of Confederation and the plot of Black Panther together into a grand theory about society as we know it. Questions are supplied, answers are demanded.
Episode 6: Feats of Strength
In the show’s inaugural guest appearance, Carly joins the crew to discuss physically fighting family members, theorize about confirmation bias, and share stories of close calls while driving. Listen now and join The Demand.
Episode 5: President's Day
Why did John Tyler's entire cabinet resign less than a year into his presidency? Which First Lady married her former legal guardian? What president was never elected? Nate answers these questions and more as he celebrates Presidents Day 2018 and subjects Greg and Alden to a deep dive into U.S. History.
Episode 4: Turn the Gain Up
In the midst of game-changing Bitcoin updates, Greg finds himself in his element recommending fine literature and reminiscing on his life as a reader. Close your eyes. Visualize it.
Episode 3: High Hopes, Low Expectations
On the eve of Super Bowl LII, Mike wants to know what lengths we go to avoid talking to other people and Greg contemplates the differences between a direct democracy and a representative republic.
Episode 2: Don't Be a Fool
Nate shares insight into the life of a high school janitor; heated discussion of the War of 1812, Star Wars, and Oprah's potential 2020 presidential bid ensues. In the end, it all comes back to supply and demand.
Pilot Episode: Fireside Chats
The boys discuss straws, Bitcoin economics and the problem with Millennials as they teach themselves how to record a podcast episode. A new era begins.