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House of Cards (Ep. 357)
This week, the gang welcomes attorney and Republican activist John Frick to discuss the logjammed battle for the Speaker of the House and the new Netflix Addams Family spinoff, "Wednesday."
Election Reflection (Ep. 356)
The gang discusses the midterm election results, then looks at Dave Chappelle's controversial "Saturday Night Live" monologue and the legacy of comedy club impresario Budd Friedman.
Civil War Reboot, Part 2 (Ep. 355)
This episode continues Kevin's conversation with LA Daily News columnist Doug McIntyre and TV producer Steve Leon as they discuss Trump's ongoing legal woes, Poland's offer to "host" U.S. nuclear weapons, how Republicans are reacting to Biden's efforts to thwart Russian imperialism, the history of American isolationism, and the role of media in today's political and cultural divide.
We Don't Need No Stinkin' Badges (Ep.354)
This week, Kevin, Greg and AJ talk about takeaways from the final January 6 Committee hearing; Sheriff Hershel Walker, Georgia Ranger; and the second season of "The Problem with Jon Stewart." The podcast ends with a salute to our theme song composer, Alan Kuehne.
Civil War Reboot (Ep. 353)
L.A. Daily News columnist Doug McIntyre and television producer Steve Leon join Kevin to look at the the J6 Oath Keepers trial, the history of political violence in America, and Doug's unusual radio confrontation with political black-ops mastermind Roger Stone. (First of two parts.)
Art of the Steal (Ep. 352)
On this podcast, Kevin chats with TV producer Steve Leon and TV writer Mark Rappaport about the state of the world today, including a look at Donald Trump's mounting legal troubles and how that shakes up the 2024 primary field, Putin's massive troop call-up, and whether the practice of tipping should become a thing of the past.
Look who‘s talking now!
I liked the first episode I listened to, but couldn’t keep track of the voices. I wrote to suggest bios of the hosts would be helpful and one day later BOOM there they are on the website. Unexpected personal response from Kevin was so nice. I’m ready for the next episode
Lacks a direction and a purpose
Update Feb 2023.
I’ve dropped my rating to one star and I’m actively seeking a new podcast to replace this one. My previous review stands.
I used to consider this podcast a no miss show. I enjoyed the viewpoint of all four participants but without Rebecca and DJ but it’s no longer the podcast I enjoyed. First they don’t even produce the program on a standard schedule. The podcast described itself political, giving opinions on what’s happening. It’s become a random, meandering podcast floating on topics that have no relation to its original focus. While occasionally interesting, I don’t really care about Hollywood writing and dad jokes. I don’t know what happened to Rebecca or DJ but the show desperately needs them back. For me the show has always missed a voice of color on the platform. Additionally, this show needs a feminine voice dare I say a feminist voice. So far the women who have come on just don’t seem to have a stand or platform. And for me DJ provided an intriguing semi conservative liberal viewpoint that always gave me a different idea of what’s going on. At this point if you’re tired of what you were offering before, or you think the political landscape is too boring maybe it’s time to move on to something else.
I miss DJ
DJ added some wonkiness to the show I liked that.