First aired in October 2015, this classic ep contains two early gems — a debate about the “paper method” vs. the “water method”, and a debate over who would make the better president: Kanye West or then-candidate Trump.
Another Classic Ep from the GD vault -- the guys will return with new eps starting in Long June.
The guys are taking a short hiatus in preparation for Long June 2017. So until then, enjoy this classic from last summer:
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 Medina declares it to be Movie Week. The gents debate about the taste of Popcorn. During host chat, a discussion of tastes leads to the hard numbers on Bathroom Day. For the main event, an epic contest.
In which Steve, Dave & Dan are finally together again in the Great Debates Studios with no one else around, and everything is fine. For the micro, a debate about Mike Pence. In host chat, the guys get into the architecture of chain restaurants. For the Great Debate, a legacy is evaluated.
In which comedy writer Owen Elickson joins Steve & Dan in the Great Debates Studios, as the gents grin and bear yet another week without Dave. Hely and Owen discuss Dunkin Donuts. A debate on the relative merits of Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl and Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory breaks out. Finally, the debaters tackle an uncomfortable subject.
In which Dave makes his triumphant return, and the gents welcome special guest Colin Jost to the Great Debates Studios. Hely has bathroom-related top. During host chat, March Madness proves to be an rich jumping-off point. For the Great Debate, a troubling resolved.
In which King is absent, so special guest Fabrizio Copano returns to keep his seat warm. Fabrizio and Hely get biblical. During Host Chat, the tale of the Golden Seagull. For the Great Debate, a super hero throwdown. We close with an intergalactic planetary lightning debate
In which Ben and Kate return to the Great Debates Studios for another round of insightful debates. Ben argues that Sushi is Gross. Hely has a game that puts the kids in the hot seat. Kate defends Amusement Parks.
In which the Bros get ready for some football by welcoming special guest Mina Kimes of ESPN to the Great Debates Studios. Yes, we talk Patriots. Yes, we talk Belichick. Yes, we talk Gaga. Also we talk Matt Patricia.
In which Medina reflects briefly on the Great Debates Theme. The likelihood of the First Female President having been present at the Women’s March is considered. In Host Chat, the fate of the Chest Hair Challenge is revealed. For the Great Debate, an audio clip is analyzed.
In which the listeners continue their barrage of demanding topics. The gents enter into a dispute, at micro-length, over the reanimation of Benjamin Franklin. In Host Chat, a moment or two for the States. For the main event, we talk chest hair.
In which the listeners are the real stars of the show. The gents duke it out over debit cards & credit cards, the complexity of baby-relationships, the design of digits, and of course, Putin. No games, no boring stories, just a whole lotta debate.