–Our pal Ian Stewart sent us some Saskatoon berries, as well as a host of other goodies, that we cram into our mouths at the beginning of the show. Thanks, Ian!
–Our own Bobby Nelson is now the proud recipient of a Bachelor’s degree in psychology. It has been a long time coming!
–Jared Fogle accepting plea deal related to charges of distribution of child pornography and sex with minors that will land him in prison for multiple years.
–User data from the Ashley Madison hack is being revealed, and some hypocritical public moralists, like Joshua Duggar, are being exposed.
–Morgan Freeman’s granddaughter is murdered by her boyfriend in an apparent exorcism. While drugs and alcohol have been a problem in the offender’s life, we’re curious to know more about his mental state.
–A giant red ball in Toledo gets us talking about modern art.
–Recommendation: Jason recommends a terrific biography about psychologist Stanley Milgram called, “The Man Who Shocked the World,” which was written by Thomas Blass.
–We’ve talked before about living in “haunted” houses, or homes where tragedies have taken place. But what about movie filming locations? The house where Buffalo Bill lived in “The Silence of the Lambs” is for sale. We think it would be kind of cool to live there!
–Somehow (and we have no idea how) we end up talking about Bill Cosby again.
–TWD spinoff “Fear the Walking Dead” begins its 6 episode first season tonight. What can we expect?
–What are the best horror films of the 21st Century? The internet has voted, and the results are in. We weigh in with our thoughts, and expect you’ll have some of your own. Igniting debate is what these lists are meant for.
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