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.
Adam and co-host Laura Crawford explore the idea that Russia covered up the deaths of several cosmonauts as a result of failed missions during the Cold War space race!
Tom Reimann faces very little opposition defending the ’80s bar bouncer action classic Road House. With David C Bell and Adam Tod Brown!
Adam talks to comedians Pallavi Gunalan and Kevin Anderson about the policing of comedy, government mandated medical interventions, the end of paper mail, and so much more!
Adam, Andy, and Travis discuss what some argue is Korn’s finest album, Untouchables, arguably their worst album, Take A Look In the Mirror, and contemplate the future of the podcast!
Adam, Andy, and Travis look back on the Korn’s fourth album, Issues.
Adam and Caitlin look into the insane story of rapper-turned-star witness Tekashi 6ix9ine!
Adam and Chet discuss the strange but true tale of an early ’90s NFL team that did the impossible by going to four Super Bowls in a row, and then lost every single one of them.
Adam talks to Brett Rader and Nic Wegener about the NFL rehabbing its image, the future of jobs after automation, and why Chipotle really isn’t that good.
Jamie French defends the Robin Williams movie “What Dreams May Come.” With Tom Reimann and David C Bell.