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Speaking of gross (kidding), they also talk about Keith the Cop's ass, the stunts that Dave is willing to do "for the show", Alex Jones, and a few different podcasts that are actually worth listening to these days.We learn about a chance meeting Dave and Ant had in the past, their thoughts on how "accountability" changes due to your profession, how satire is missed by many, and then hilariously discuss how red-headed people are treated.We learn about a new apology given by ESPN, talk Uzi's, Chelsea Handler leaving late night TV, and we catch a glimpse of Chip Chipperson.
Sean Bergin kills it once again as he joins Anthony at the bar to revisit the situation in Ferguson Missouri and the death of Robin Williams.
Ant updates us on a Gavin Mc Innes article and the repercussions he caught from it, he take a few agreeing and opposing calls on the topic, plays some viral "ice bucket" challenge videos and then, ogles a new Jess Greenberg song.
He wraps up the show talking about Belle Knox, a new video game you'll want to get in on, and takes a few more listener calls. Comedian Bobby Kelly sits poolside with Anthony to go over the now infamous "Time Square incident" which leads into convos about past fights, prison verses juvenile hall, and Bobby's theory that most rock stars speak "half-queer." Bobby fill us in on his upcoming FX show, they debate who gets the most pussy in a rock band, talk about hecklers and bullies, and Bobby admits that parenthood has made him "cheesy." No, that's not a fat joke.
Lady Di gets through the phone lines for another "special" call to talk about her roommate Bill? Colin Quinn joins Anthony in the bar to reminisce about his bartending and drinking days.
We learn about the ethnicity book and show Col's working on, they discuss people who seek out things to be "offended" by, the public's inability to have open and honest dialogue, they touch on the conflicts going on overseas, diversity in police forces, and the power of social media and of the "69".
Anthony starts off with "Race Wars" discussing national news stories.