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Virtual Intimacy (Ep. 311)
This week, Kevin and Greg are joined once again by comedian Lily Khuu and first-time guest Eric Robinson, an associate professor of psychology at Baylor University, as the gang discusses everything from critical race theory to the Pentagon Papers to the new dating fad of virtual intimacy.
Fast & Furious About Taiwan (Ep. 310)
In this compilation episode the MPU gang talks about the controversy over Fast & Furious actor John Cena's comments about Taiwan and other news stories knocking around in the zeitgeist.
The One With The Friends Reunion (Ep. 309)
Asian-Latina American comedian Lily Khuu joins the round table again for a lively discussion about the Friends reunion TV special and other events in the news this week.
The Disinformation Highway (Ep. 308)
This week, documentary producer Robyn Rosenfeld joins the gang to discuss misinformation, disinformation, and the political war on science. Other topics include former President Obama's talk show hints about UFOs, Rick Santorum getting fired from CNN, and how the Covid pandemic has affected the arts.
The Great Unmasking (Ep. 307)
This episode introduces comedian Lily Khuu, a queer, multicultural, millennial who is hell-bent on providing more unique and relevant voices to the current pop culture climate. Lily and the guys discuss the latest CDC mask guidance, the wisdom of the escalating conflict between Israel and Hamas, and the landscape for LGBTQ rights in 2021.
Elon's Comin' Hide Your Heart Girl (Ep. 306)
This week the gang looks at Elon's Musk's turn as the host of SNL, the decision to keep Trump banned from Facebook, and whether the Biden infrastructure bill can be passed in its present form.
I don’t know what happened to Rebecca and DJ , but the podcast now lacks the conservative and feminist viewpoint. You don’t produce a multi-sided discussion anymore which means I’m much less interested and considering ditching the podcast.
Missing DJ and Rebecca
Just doesn’t seem like there is direction or focus now. The chemistry is gone that made this podcast so unique, fun, and interesting. Could they come back occasionally as guests? I appreciate the time it takes to prepare each week and I believe there are family commitments for them but if this podcast is to survive, it needs to find two more erudite personalities with the charisma and chemistry of Rebecca and DJ. If I were a congressional representative I would have hired DJ as my Chief of Staff or Chief Advisor. What breadth of knowledge he has and Rebecca’s rational progressive viewpoints gave this once political pod the depth of perspective in an entertaining way that made me anxious to check when it dropped week to week. Kevin and Greg, show some leadership here. Thx for listening.
I miss DJ
DJ added some wonkiness to the show I liked that.