Airing of Grievances episode 27, The Nose Job, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode where George is dating a woman who is perfect in every way except for her huge nose. Jerry finds himself in relationship with a woman who he can't really stand but the sex is so good he can't leave. The host discuss plastic surgery, and whether they could be with a woman they didn't actually like or respect.
This week on Look Forward, Jay and Terrence discuss the GOP's new obsession with birthright citizenship, rally chants, Joe Biden possibly entering the presidential race, private prisons, and much more.
We return with another monthly installment of 'No Time To Bleed,' in which we discuss the 1985 movie Rocky IV starring Sylvester Stallone in the fourth (and NOT final) entry into the Rocky franchise. This time Rocky must take on the vile political philosophy of communism by punching it damn near to death for 2 hours.
This week on 'Look Forward' Jay is joined by guest Shane to talk outsiders taking over the GOP, Hillary Clinton's higher education plans, dicotomous thinking in politics, political awareness, Lawrence Lessig's "extreme" idea, and more political tangents than you can shake a stick at!
Airing of Grievances episode 26, The Tape, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode where Jerry finds a tape that a mystery woman spoke erotically to him, and George orders a cure for baldness from China. The host also discuss dirty talk, physical vs. emotional attraction, baldness, impressions, and much more.
Jay, Micah, and Terrence do a live play by play of the first clown car GOP Debate…hilarity ensues.
Airing of Grievances episode 25, The Cafe, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode where Jerry feels sorry for the Pakistani owner, Babu Bhatt, of a new restaurant because it isn't getting any business. Also, George tries to cheat on an IQ test. The host also discuss their favorite and least favorite ethnic foods, cheating on test, and what they actually got on the SATs.