–It’s a summer Saturday evening, and what’s on our mind? Fidget spinners, apparently. Jason doesn’t understand the hype, but Bobby just happens to have about five of them in his pocket to show off.
–We went to the bookstore before we came to Bobby’s home studio, but we almost took a detour to go cemetery surfing.
–Bobby is kind of falling in love with paranormal stories again. His trip to Florida where he spoke with his daughter about the ghosts of the Hemingway House has rekindled his passion.
–We want to start booking “weird” people on the show again to have fun interviews. But how far should we push it? We regret once booking a Sandy Hook denier, and Megyn Kelly got a lot of heat (and bad ratings) when she interviewed Alex Jones. We reminisce about one of our favorite guests: a gentleman who believed he was born a wolf inside a human’s body.
–A sneak peek at The Lowe Files, starring Rob Lowe and his sons going on paranormal adventures, has Jason vowing to watch at least the first episode. Bobby, meanwhile, is lying about lying.
–We may well be in the minority on this, but we don’t understand the logic of convicting Michelle Carter of involuntary manslaughter for convincing her boyfriend, Conrad Ray III, to continue on with his suicide attempt. A bad thing to do? Yes. Does she deserve scorn? Yes. But can you literally kill someone with words? Come on.
–The Cosby sexual assault trial ended in a hung jury, and Jason talks about the tension inside the deliberations. The re-trial, if indeed it happens, will be fascinating. How will the prosecution attempt to circumvent the concerns multiple jurors seemed to have?