Serena was wrong for claiming the judge’s response to her poor behavior on the tennis court had something do with sexism according to David, who tries on his Tucker Carlson mask by insisting Serena’s bad sportsmanship had nothing to do with feminism or equality. It was about not being able to win. Comic Joe DeVito on compulsive shopping, compulsive gambling and the world’s oldest trapeze artist. Comic Aaron Berg has some tasteful thoughts about 9/11. Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling has another embarrassment of comedy riches. Professor Corey Brettschneider sums up the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. PETA Podcast’s Emil Guillermo on Serena Williams. And Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein previews the midterms.
From “The Jamie Kennedy Experiment” and “Scream,” Comedian and Actor Jamie Kennedy. Then Comic Dave Sirus looks back at this uneventful week in American history, and then we talk bread with one of the world’s leading experts on the history of bread, Professor Eric Pallant.
Should Pope Francis resign for ignoring child abuse within the Catholic Church? We love Pope Francis, but now there are some who think he should resign. Zack Ford, the LGBTQ editor for Think Progress, on the distinction between homosexuality and pedophilia, and why the Pope has a lot to answer for. Zack Ford on celibacy, child abuse, and homophobia.
Plus Think Progress’s LGBTQ Editor Zack Ford, Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein and some much needed laughs from Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling.
Music: “Afterglow” and “The Musical Box” via Genesis. “To Binge” via Gorillaz.
Comedy Writer and Sports Columnist Bill Scheft on Olympic nip slips, Comic Joe DeVito on that airline passenger who wouldn’t stop farting, and Comic Aaron Berg on that wife of his who won’t stop nagging.
Illinois and Texas Congressional primaries are next month. It’s getting serious. We’re taking America back. Down With Tyranny’s Howie Klein tells us which races to watch. Then Comedian Jon Ross recalls one of his failed auditions for an NBC sitcom.
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