- Friend of the show and official #Millennial conservative correspondent Parker joins us again this week to talk about the government shutdown.
- We also get Parker’s reactions to the growing list of 2020 Democratic candidates and are surprised by some areas where we agree!
- Andrew’s got a new side hustle: A Podcast and Patreon consulting business! Hit him up if you need help with your own show or Patreon.
- Laura’s rage of the week: Democrats, get the $%#& over yourselves and your ideological purity tests.
- With Netflix’s recent release of viewership numbers, it raises the question of how our consumption of content has changed. Is there still a place for network TV?
- Netflix has named its biggest competitor, and surprisingly, it’s not another streaming service.
- Just in the nick of time, Spotify is rolling out a new feature that will allow you to block R.Kelly or any other artist you don’t want to hear from.
- Things get a little… personal in this week’s recommendations.
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And in this week’s installment of After Dark:
- YouTube is cracking down on videos featuring dangerous pranks and challenges. #RIPTidePodchallenge
- Banning videos that encourage dangerous behaviors is all well and good, but YouTube doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to restricting “inappropriate content.”
- Devil’s Advocate: Government Shutdown/Wall Edition.