Season 1 - Aired: 06/02/2016 | Views: 2,129
Brandon Wardell explains why memes are dangerous, especially when it comes to the presidential election.
Daniel catches up with a loud politician, an outspoken fast food lover and the worst comedian ever.
Stephen tackles an age-old controversy, and filmmaker Christopher Nolan discusses "Interstellar."
The comedians list better names for Tim Hortons' Buffalo Crunch doughnut.
The lunchroom drama at the CIA's headquarters bears a striking resemblance to a certain 90s sitcom.
Stephen reprimands British Petroleum CEO Tony Hayward and shares the story of a man named Bernie.
Hackers make Burger King's Twitter page look like McDonald's, while Viacom stages a comparable hack.
Nestle, Burger King and other food stores in the U.K. discover horse DNA in their products.
Great Britain joins the ranks of other horse-eating countries such as France, Italy and Kazakhstan.
Ronald Reagan's original wordsmith, Peggy Noonan, says Mitt Romney needs a guiding philosophy.
Tags: mitt romney, peggy noonan, ronald reagan, conservative, elections, campaigns, republicans, wealth, poverty, taxes, government, philosophy, books, stephen's products, under the desk, indecision 2012, burger king
Burger King uses mental illness to sell food, and McDonald's introduces cupcakes to Germans.
The Jonas Brothers promote the Xbox 360, and a Burger King in Japan sells a Windows 7 Whopper.
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