Don’t Inject Twitter Wars

In this week’s visit from the World News Center, Bill McCormick and I discussed the following topics:

  •   Don’t randomly inject insulin
  •   Section 230 & Trump’s Twitter War
  •   Batwoman & Stargirl
  •   Rebellious Church Bells

plus: listen for an unbleeped naughty word!

Melissa Rivers

Melissa Rivers returned to the show after almost a decade, so we certainly had a lot of catching up to do.  We also had a lively chat about her new podcast “Melissa Rivers’ Group Text.”

Garrett Reisman

Garrett Reisman is a former NASA mission specialist Astronaut and is now a senior advisor for Space X. Garrett called in to lend his unique insight into the upcoming NASA/Space X launch.

Flamethrowing Squirrels vs. Infected Cicadas

In this week’s visit from the World News Center, Bill McCormick and I discussed the following topics:

  • Bill’s Sci-Fi Nightmares
  • Flamethrowing Squirrels
  • Bill’s Nasty Note From Russia
  • Italian Hydrox Cures
  • Wal-Mart CRISPR

plus: Bill cheats on me.

Marijuana and Modern Leeches

During this weekly visit from the World News Center, Bill McCormick and I discussed how weed will not cure COVID-19 (and neither will edibles and CBD), why using modern leeches is not a good idea, and why having Karen the hairstylist pull teeth is not a wise decision.  Plus: an important message about COVID-19 and small children.  Wash your hands, wear a mask, and practice social distancing.

Clive Standen

It was nice to welcome Clive Standen back to the show for a chat about his new show “Council of Dads.”  Will there be new additions to the circle?  Will Tom Everett Scott return to the show as a ghost? Listen for the spoiler-free details!

Debi Mazar

Debi Mazar called it to talk about her new series, “Arde Madrid: Burn Madrid Burn,” which is streaming on the Megahertz choice service. Debi plays Ava Gardner in 1960.  We also discussed meeting Frank Sinatra with Madonna, her battle with COVID-19, and the future of her series “Younger.”

Don McLean

It was nice to catch up with Don McLean, who called in to promote the release of all of his songs on streaming platforms and a special Time Life collection.  We also discussed his “lazy” songwriting process and the merits of Steve Allen’s 5,000 compositions.