Justin and Daniel do a quick pre-debate episode on people giving their iPhone 7s headphone jacks, a mother shaming her non-feminist sons in the mainstream media, and Disney's recalled Moana costume.
Justin is joined by Survivor Historian Mario Lanza to discuss the premiere of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X. They touch on the strategy & story and who could be the breakout characters.
Left without any cohosts this week, Justin rambles about a number of topics including the New England Patriots victory over the Miami Dolphins, the latest version of iOS, the Son of Zorn premiere, and Chadwick Boseman.
The guys discuss the damage control Gary Johnson and Hillary Clinton had to do over the past week before turning to a woman who is intentionally doing a lot of damage to herself. They also review Clint Eastwood's latest movie "Sully."
After laughing at a woman who berated her Lyft driver for having a hula girl bobblehead, the guys turn to Justin and Daniel's alma mater Clemson and how their administration dealt with conservative social justice warriors. They also discuss why Youtube channels such as Honest Trailers aren't worthwhile.
Every little thing is gonna be Alt-Right, at least according to Hillary Clinton it is. The guys discuss her linking the movement to Donald Trump as well as Colin Kaepernick refusing to stand for the national anthem and the NPR's removal of the comments section from their website.
Justin and Daniel eulogize another rival before explaining why white people don't discuss race on social media. They also review the adult animated comedy Sausage Party.
The guys discuss Pokemon Go rape culture, sex & the Olympics, and the himbo & reverse objectification before considering a connection between Donald Trump's campaign and the DCEU.
The guys discuss recent election polls, the downside of fire, and why millennials aren't having as much sex as previous generations. Then they analyze and review Suicide Squad, answering the most important question about it--did it deserve the shellacking it received from critics?
As the Democratic Party confirmed the first ever female major party nominee for President, The New York Times wrote an article about what really mattered--her clothes. The guys discuss that story as well as the idea that anyone who says "All Lives Matter" is racist and doesn't realize it before addressing a couple minor quotes in preparation for the release of Suicide Squad.