At the top of the show, Adam talks about possibly getting Mark Geragos on the line later on in today’s show. He then shares his thoughts on the Michael Avenatti bailout, and rants about people not listening to him. After that, the guys watch a video of Bryan Cranston congratulating the gang on 10 years of podcasting. Mark Geragos calls in next, and Adam asks him about Jussie Smollett. Mark also teases some topics that he looks forward to discussing on the next Reasonable Doubt, and rants about CNN cutting him from their network.
Craig Zahler calls in next, and Bald Bryan talks with him about the ‘controversial’ violence level in his movies. Adam then asks him about working with Vince Vaughn, and S. Craig talks more about his upcoming projects. Up next, enjoy the next round of Banks Bracket Madness. Later, Adam talks about drinking gin martinis with Chris Morgan.
Jeff Cesario then joins the studio, and Adam asks him if he prefers to do his own shows vs. opening for another great comic. They also talk about Louis CK, divorce payouts, and Ivan Reitman’s incredible property. After that, Chet Waterhouse brings the Waterhouse Update. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Keanu Reeves, a prison outbreak, and the battle of the beers. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about how much money is spent while people are drunk, and Adam and Shek bring today’s Good Sports!
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