Adam and Fizaa look into a bizarre 1987 incident that revealed the existence of a shady Washington DC-based cult and launched an investigation that reached the highest levels of government before it was inexplicably shut down.
Is the CIA monitoring Adam’s trash? Did the NSA accidentally send 168,000 romantic texts over the weekend? Is Mel Brooks overrated? Is it even possible for Christmas season to start too early? We answer all of these questions and more on this week’s episode! With Jeff May and Kevin Casey White!
Adam talks to comedians Alex Schmidt and Eve Esquire about Ellen’s controversial Rolex collection and why, when it comes to how rich people spend their money, Trump’s 2017 tax cuts are the real problem.
Adam and Kari talk to filmmaker/comedian Cat Rhinehart about the documentary “What’s Eating Ralphie May?”
Adam and Olivia look into the theory that Stanley Kubrick used symbols hidden in his films to warn us about an impending Illuminati agenda to fuse humans with machines!
Adam talks to David Christopher Bell and comedian Zach Miller about the idea that Marvel movies aren’t “cinema!”
Adam and Kari discuss the deaths Nipsey Hussle, Muhlaysia Booker, Samantha Josephson, and more murders that defined 2019!
Adam welcomes comedians Fizaa Dosani, Laura Crawford, and Kevin Anderson for a week filled with wacky and controversial opinions from listeners. Topics include Bernie’s running mate, the validity of anecdotal evidence, what to do when aliens arrive, and so so so much more!
Adam and Caitlin talk to filmmaker Mia Donovan about her documentary Deprogrammed, which profiles controversial cult deprogrammer Ted Patrick.
Adam talks to comedians Olivia Haidar and Joe Kaye about impeaching Trump, limiting elections to 30 days, the abolition of Oreos, the most influential band of the ’90s, and share a very important update about last week’s episode.