This week, Ben and Sean wonder how far the Whitehouse will go to bend the definition of the word “lie.” Also, just when you thought things were getting entertaining, The Mooch is out of a job! Later, people really need to stop trolling Steve Bannon on Twitter, Southern California is being terrorized by the Chupacabra and there’s treasure buried in the Rockies.
This week, Ben and Sean are wondering if Michael Flynn’s resignation is just the tip of the iceberg. Meanwhile Kim Jong Un’s estranged half-brother was assassinated like something out of a Bond film. Later, Wikipedia gets a kid back stage, Han Solo damn near wrecks another plane and over-stimulating sex toys.
Ben and Sean are back after a week off and the 2016 Olympics are in full swing. The Americans are fielding some of the greatest athletes in the history of Sport, but it’s important to remember they’re human beings with… urges. Speaking of urges, other topics include gigantic members, the sexual origins of the Graham Cracker and a Pokémon Go hack that only requires a vibrator. Oh, and puppies.
Strap on your tin foil hats, because Ben and Sean are back with more conspiracy theories. Just this week, the Russians apparently hacked and leaked the DNC’s emails and the FBI finally closed one of its most famous unsolved cases after 45 years with no luck. Plus, RFID chips are the stuff of SciFi nightmares and Gingers are really aliens from outer space. Later, celebrities who died(?) under mysterious circumstances including Lou Reed, John Lennon, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, Tupac, Biggie and Elvis.
Ben and Sean are back this week with more adventures of our friend, Florida Man. Also, what’s more embarrassing, renting Freddy Got Fingered or getting arrested for not returning it? Later, it took Twitter less than 24 hours to turn Microsoft’s new chat bot, Tay, into a racist. Other topics include exploding cigars for Fidel and Urban Dictionary trivia over Diplomatico Reserva rum.