At the top of the show, Adam rants about his problems with the staff members who smoke right before the podcast starts. He also complains about Dawson spitting all over the entryway, and the latest studies about not needing soap that people are essentially ignoring. Jo Koy is also in studio, and Adam teases him about meeting one of the women he slept with. Adam also talks about the scrawls that update you on sports scores, and how he tries to avoid them but cannot. Before the break, the guys take a couple fan phone calls about inappropriate underage touching, peanut allergies on planes, and the ‘Blue Lives Matter’ campaign.
Dean Devlin is in studio next, and Adam talks with him about their shared history at North Hollywood High School. But first, Adam takes a call from former NFLer Nate Burleson to complain further about the scores scrolling and ruining the game. Adam and Dean then discuss the differences between movies and films, and Dean hints at some new things to look forward to in the upcoming sequel to the classic ‘Independence Day’. Later, Dean talks about becoming Al Pacino’s chauffeur, and Gina begins the news about a local flight that landed early after a fight broke out between passengers. Other stories include updates on Erin Andrews’ invasion of privacy lawsuit, a porno shot at a local high school, and a historic Springsteen house up for sale. As the show wraps up, the group talks about a sad story involving a young kid who killed his sibling with his father’s gun, and Lindsay Lohan’s political aspirations.
Watch the two-hour Season 2 Premiere of The Librarians, November 1st at 8pm on TNT. For more info, visit http://electricentertainment.com and follow Dean on Twitter @Dean_Devlin.
Also be sure to check out http://jokoy.com and follow him on Twitter @JoKoy.
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Producers: Mike August, Mike Lynch, and Mike Dawson
Co-Producers: Gary Smith, Chris Laxamana, and Matt Fondiler
Newsgirl: Gina Grad
Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop