–We kick off the show by remembering some of the great entertainers who have passed away recently. Included: David Bowie, Alan Rickman, and Lemmy.
–Does this prove that “celebrity deaths come in threes,” as so many seem to believe? Not at all. It all comes down to who you consider a celebrity, and what timeframe you decide the deaths have to fall in.
–Steven Avery’s mother believes that murder victim Teresa Halbach is actually still alive, telling DJs during a radio interview that she thinks it is possible that Teresa was working with the police to frame her son. Do we think that’s possible? Hell no! But we also talk about why we feel sorry for her, and offer our criticisms of the interviewers.
–Ricky Gervais told a joke about Caitlyn Jenner at the Golden Globes that many found distasteful and transphobic, and are calling on him to apologize for it. Gervais has refused, of course, and we absolutely agree with him. Besides, was it really transphobic at all?
–There has been a lot of talk that Ted Cruz, who is currently running for President, is actually not permitted to hold the office under the Constitution because he is not a “natural born citizen.” We discuss the merits of this argument, but also wonder if it is time to make any American citizen eligible to run, and do away with the “natural born” stuff.
–Jason had a dispute with his father recently over fluoride, and whether or not it is poison. Somehow that leads to both Bobby and Jason expressing our frustration with “Big Pharma” cancer conspiracy theories. Listen to see how it unfolds.
–Who killed Teresa Halbach? We gave our thoughts behind the crime at the center of Making A Murderer last week, but received emails from some listeners who had follow-up questions. We do our best to clarify our opinions, while also sharing more information that was left out from our previous episode.
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