Adam and Jeff welcome comedian Anna Valenzuela to discuss the plans to reopen America and whether doing so right now would be a disaster.
Adam and Chet discuss the time Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa saved Major League Baseball by racing to beat the single season home run record.
Adam, Andy, and Travis discuss Korn’s highly divisive 2007 MTV Unplugged performance!
Adam and Olivia discuss the still unsolved disappearance of Federal Bureau of Prisons intern Chandra Levy.
Adam welcomes Jenn Scott and Jamie French to discuss the long, sordid history of internet censorship in America and where it might go in the future.
Adam and Caitlin review the greatest episode of Ghost Adventures of all time (according to IMDB)!
Adam and co-hosts Ian Fortey and Luis Prada discuss the myriad ways COVID-19 is impacting politics and check in on Joe Biden to make sure he’s still real.
On the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, Adam and Laura look into a wild conspiracy theory that claims the Titanic was swapped with another ship and sunk on purpose for insurance money.
Not that living under a pandemic is ever a good thing, but there have been a few unexpected upsides to what’s happening right now. On this episode, Adam welcomes Chet Wild and Kevin Anderson to take a detour from gloom and doom to discuss some of the positive side effects of the coronavirus outbreak.
Adam and Chet discuss Joe Biden’s infamous 1994 crime bill and why it will be his undoing in the 2020 election (if there is one).