Episode #6×07: Bernie Breakaway, Wild TikTok Videos, Service Animal Scam

Oh my #Millennial, there’s so much to talk about this week! Crack open a cold one, light one up, and join us!

  • Feel the Bern: a decisive Nevada (Nev-AAAH-duh) win propels Bernie Sanders to the head of the pack, making his nomination all the more likely.
  • Mike Bloomberg tragically died at the most recent Democratic debate when Elizabeth Warren melted his face off on live TV.
  • Coronavirus = King of the viruses? Not only is the potential pandemic hurting Hollywood, global markets are reacting negatively, and certain localities are seeing an increase in discrimination against Asians.
  • The US continues its perilous election dance with Russia as both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders receive intelligence about Russian interference with the campaign season.
  • “Back in our day we only had 6 seconds!” Our old af panel reacts to TikTok.
  • We turn the “5 movies to get to know me” meme into a game on the show and try to guess who is defined by which films.
  • #Millennial BAE Anne joins us to talk about her career as an animal trainer and explain why Andrew isn’t a¬†complete¬†asshole (but still kinda) for pretending he has a service support animal.
  • Recommendations run the gamut this week: “Better Call Saul” (Andrew), Urban Decay’s ‘Born to Run’ eyeshadow palette (Laura), “Outlander” season 5 (Pam), and RunDisney (Anne).
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And in this week’s installment of After Dark:

  • Toxic people. We all have them, we (sometimes) love them. How do you get a toxic person out of your life?
  • We discuss personal examples involving romantic relationships and family members we had to cut off.
  • Have WE ever been the toxic people? Tune in for this existential crisis.

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