Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the defining political story of 2018—President Donald Trump.
Joe revisits his appearance on Owen Shroyer's "War Room" live on Infowars.
Joe recaps some of the best interviews of the year from his daily podcast.
Joe revisits his interview with Popula's Maria Bustillos about her Anthony Bourdain interview, perhaps the celebrity chef and author's final public comments, published a month after his death.
The social media platform is known for its hate, racism and misinformation. So we wrote about it a lot.
Joe revisits his interview with Alicia Walker about her study exploring penis size and self esteem, and how internet trolls forced her to cancel it.
No bracket? No problem. Sports gave us plenty to talk about in 2018.
This year sucked politically, and we wrote about it. A lot.
Joe revisits his May interview with Champagne Sharks host Trevor Beaulieu (@RickyRawls) about Kanye West's public meltdown and how his struggles with race and white approval mirror those of Basquiat.
Joe revisits his February interview with Corey Rhyan, whose research calculated the economic cost of the opioid crisis to be more than $1 trillion since 2001.
This was the year news broke, in every sense possible.
Joe revisits his February interview with Eric Gugick, one of his former teachers, in the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Fla.
In Part 2, Jennifer Erb-Downward discusses policy recommendations from her brief, including discussing school attendance barriers like transportation with families of homeless students.
Jennifer Erb-Downward of the University of Michigan joins the show to discuss her recent policy brief exploring chronic absenteeism among homeless students in Michigan.
In Part 2, Curtis Deutsch and Justin Penn discuss the underlying factors of the "The Great Dying" which, through their research simulations, should apply today.
Curtis Deustch and Justin Penn of the University of Washington discuss their recent study exploring global warming during earth's largest mass extinction period known as "The Great Dying."
In Part 3, Aisling and Joe discuss how self-care pushes actual mental health issues aside and the absurdity of medicalizing everyday activities.
Our year in penis size surveys, polarizing comedy routines and polyamorous photography.
In Part 2, Aisling McCrea discusses social media and how idealistic representations of women have worsened with the shift to non-traditional media.
Aisling McCrea joins the show to discuss her recent piece for Current Affairs discussing self care and how its framed as an individual problem rather than taking societal pressures and stressors into context.
In Part 2, Bryor Snefjella discusses Twitter's utility in language studies, pop culture reinforcing national stereotypes, and potential implications of his study's findings.
Bryor Snefjella joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring Twitter language to identify national character stereotypes between Canadians and Americans.
The newly released trailer takes a different approach to an all-powerful being raised by humans.
Remember us for the simple things, like the garbage we binged on Netflix.
In Part 3, Jeff Bellone discuses Kevin Durant rumors and Knicks Film School's content and charitable mission this year.
In Part 2, in Jeff Bellone discusses the curious case of Frank Ntilikina and whether or not the Knicks are likely to tank the rest of the 2018 season.
Knicks Film School creator Jeff Bellone returns to discuss the biggest storylines surrounding the 2018 New York Knicks.
If you think conservative media can’t get worse, just wait ‘til next year.
J.McVay joins the show to discuss Joe's list of the worst right wing pundits of 2018, including some recent additions.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss Michael Cohen's potential impact on the Mueller investigation and Donald Trump's recent defensiveness.