Airing of Grievance episode 11, The Chinese Restaurant, in which Jay and Micah discuss one of the most well known episodes of Seinfeld, the initial studio response to the episode, and of course our insane memories of our own very special Chinese restaurant growing up.
This week on 'Look Forward,' Jay and Rob discuss the announcement of Ted Cruz's run for the presidency, Wisconsin Voter ID laws, Minnesota's universal Pre-K program, Florida's Rick Scott and his fight against words, Religious Freedom Bill in Indiana and its implications, UN given real power to help with Palestinian state, and more stories in "This Week in Wackadoo Politics"
Airing of Grievance episode 10, The Jacket, in which Jay and Micah discuss behind the scenes crazy actors, insane purchases, preferred outside clothing choices, intimidating fathers and how to just walk away from a bad situation.
This week on 'Look Forward,' Jay discuss Jeb Bush's views on federal minimum wages, Vladimir Putin's Crimea positioning, Netanyahu's re-election and the financial state of Israel in the wake of that election, Mandatory voting, sex trafficking laws, and this week in Wackadoo Politics.
Airing of Grievance episode 9, The Baby Shower, in which Jay and Micah discuss experiences at baby showers, pressure to have kids like yesterday, illegal cable hookups, and how would you tell someone off that wronged you in the past.
This week on 'Look Forward,' Jay and Terrence discuss the 47 Republican senators who wrote an open letter to Iran, the Logan Act, Bob Menedez corruption investigation, SAE racist chants, Scott Walker's new Right to Work bill, Hillary's private email server, and much more.
This week on 'Look Forward,' Jay discusses the Department of Justice new investigation of racism in Ferguson, Missouri, Kansas financial state might force them to expand Medicaid, International negotiations with Iran about its nuclear program, Bibi Netanyahu's speech to Congress, Supreme Court case against, and much more.
Airing of Grievance episode 8, The Busboy, in which Jay and Micah discuss being friendly to restaurant staff, out of town booty calls, single guys with cats, and how to get rid of guest who absolutely refuse to leave.
Jay, Micah, and special guest Kriss (The Insanity Report/MovieTrailerReviews.net) return for a brand new episode of 'No Time To Bleed.' The guys sit down and discuss the 1987 classic, 'Predator,' starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jesse Ventura, Bill Duke, Carl Weathers, Shane Black, and a whole host of other roided up monsters. When a crew of tough sonsabitches are dropped in the middle of a Central American jungle they end up taking on an enemy none of them could have predicted.