After a cool, Lin-Manuel Miranda Micro, the guys are joined by special guest Megan Amram. Megan takes the pro against Hely for “The Human Body Is Disgusting,” and then faces off against King for “The Hamburglar Is One Of The Three Best Things About McDonald's".
In which Donald Trump's knowledge of the Beatles' catalog is considered. The friendships of Tom Cruise are examined. The weather is topical, as are the Musack Carnivalgoers.
In which Steve and Dave debate baby names. The guys then welcome special guest Fabrizio Copano to the Great Debates Studios. Fabrizio takes the Con vs. Steve for “You Can Judge A Book By Its Cover”, and the Pro vs. Dave for “Tom Cruise”.
In which Steve and Dave are joined by Dave's niece and nephew, Kate and Ben. The question of whether Dogs Should Be Allowed On The Beach is answered, as is whether or not Turkey Is The Best Luncheon Meat. In a final debate, the Junior Debaters square off over Pokémon Go.
GD Classics — It Would Help Hillary Clinton if Her Email Contained a Draft Of Big Bang Theory Erotic Slash Fiction
A free-form discussion lands us on "It Would Help Hillary Clinton's Campaign If Her Email Contained A Draft of Big Bang Theory Erotic Slash Fiction."
In which Weddings are considered, as are hundred-person dance parties. In host chat, King hits a Twitter milestone. For the Great Debate, a discussion of summer vacation destinations.
In which the great Long June of 2016 begins to wind down. Hely and King investigate the heroics of dogs. A lively top about 'ems ensues. After dark, a 4th of July Debate Spectacular: Hot Dogs, Watermelon, Fireworks, Block Parties. Which are overrated, which under?
In which the Steve and Dave play around with the subject of pranks. The King / Medina administration takes part in a Presidential Challenge. And because it had to happen sometime, the boys 'bate on beer and wine.
It's the 3rd Episode of Long June, (and, coincidentally the 3rd episode of regular June), so naturally the guys give their take on the graduates of accredited colleges, in "The Average College Graduate Can Name an Architect". During a breezy host chat some Song of the Summer candidates are tossed around, and, after a brief Top about 'ems, an adorable Great Debate unfolds.
In which the gents further explore their interests in head injury, being knocked unconscious, fainting, and stand-up comedy. A vigorous micro debate weighs the pain of bombing on stage against the pain of accidentally being knocked out. A satisfyingly lengthy host chat ensues, including the introduction of Top o’ ‘bout ‘ems, a new segment on the Great Debates. For the main event -- the guys go blow-for-blow on Boxing.
In which the topic of Acoustic Guitar Playing at Parties is addressed, at long last. During Host Chat, real talk from King re: bacon, and in the Great Debate, Hely suggests an improvement to the Gregorian calendar.