In which the micro wonders when it comes to a comedy special, what’s in a name? During host chat, we talk football. For the Great Debate, Dave takes the pro with a take on air travel.
In which the dudes debate about some guys in Washington. First, a micro on how fun Jeff Sessions is or isn't. In Host Chat, Hely has a civic-minded idea. For the main event, we publish a previously recorded time-capsule-future-provable.
In which the gang returns to the studio for Season 3! No time is wasted in getting into a Micro Debate on tall women vs. short men. In Host Chat, the guys catch up on what went on over the summer. For the main event, one of the great questions of our time is explored.
In which the debaters gather for Long June merriment. For the micro, King argues that FIFA is Blowing It. During host chat, Hely opens the mailbag, which gradually leads us to our Great Debate for the episode.
In which the gents take a break from whatever they’ve been doing and grace us with their presence for a summer micro on the ideal temperature for a pool. During Host Chat, Hely has a a time travel game. For the main event, a topic near and dear to the Debaters’ hearts.
In which the debaters pause the Long June revelry long enough for couple of important debates. For the micro, Hely thinks Rudy Giuliani knows what he’s doing. During host chat, Dave takes a higher office. For the main, a consideration of a confusing sports event.
A Classic from the GD Vaults -- the ep when Long June was born:
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.
In which the gents are back in the same studio together for the first time in a while. Naturally, tensions are high. For the micro, a debate about Solo’s prospects. During Host Chat, the ever popular Defending Your Likes is played. For the main, a difficult question about the debaters’ home town.
In which the gents pull back the curtain on the making of the great debates, in Pull Back The Curtain Week! For the micro, a discussion of Don’t Stop Believin’. For the main, we wonder about major pieces of furniture.
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.