In which the debaters begin with the relatively old question of having one's cake and eating it too, and then turn to face the issue of honesty with one's server.
In which the gents strip the show down to essentials and engage in two hot debates, no time wasting, no host chatting, no nonsense. In the first, the work of two of Hollywood’s most famous leading men is evaluated. In the second, the debaters consider our civil duty.
In which the program opens with very little time-wasting, and the debaters get right into it with a micro debate about the significance of one’s initials. During host chat, Medina plans a birthday party. For the Great Debate, a consideration of the world’s most famous accident.
For our last episode of the year we return to the secular, touching on twitter & food trucks. During host chat, Medina asks for New Year’s resolutions. For the Great Debate, the gents dabble in politics.
In which the dudes celebrate Christmas with some old-fashioned thematic content. First we consider whether or not Santa Claus is a Jerk. For the Great Debate, the gents take sides on the true meaning of Christmas.
In which we get right into a bowl of cold soup. A second micro pits Fedex against UPS. In Host Chat Medina’s qualifications for Fatherhood are covered. For the Great Debate, a popularity contest.
In which the boys engage in a micro debate about their roots. Double Micro November continues with a consideration of Jewish food. In Host Chat, Hely makes an apology. For the main event, the economic analysis of fresh guac.
In which the Debaters return to the ring after a long and restorative hiatus, only to debate the merits of wasting time. Medina surprises with a 2nd micro. During host chat, Dave makes an admission. For the main event, the gents stay close to home.
In which the debates are fine but the real treat is Hely's new game, "Tough Customers".