Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker discuss the fallout from the first presidential debate. They weigh in on responses from several reporters and news anchors (2:38) and discuss conspiracy theories that have surfaced. Then on Listener Mail, they answer the question “What cardboard cutouts should be put in the audience at the presidential debates?” (22:53) Then, Texas Monthly writer and editor Skip Hollandsworth joins to discuss his new crime podcast, Tom Brown’s Body (32:32). Plus: the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week, and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline.
Debate Fallout and Texas Monthly’s Skip Hollandsworth
Plus, Bryan and David weigh in on responses from several reporters and news anchors about the debate and the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week
Plus, Mike and Jesse discuss some breaking news in the sports cards world
David and Kaz discuss Walter’s problematic name change to Gunther Stark and look at last night’s ‘Dynamite’
Plus, Musa and Ryan round up as much of the week’s footballing chaos as possible, including Spurs’ dramatic late win, drama in the German Cup, and trouble for Atléti
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