The Jim Jefferies Show
China's Facial Recognition System Makes Its Way to the U.S. - Uncensored
Season 3 E 11 • 09/17/2019
Jim visits Hong Kong to learn about the Chinese government's facial recognition system and how the surveillance technology could impact the future of American life.
The Jim Jefferies ShowS3 E6Why Some South Koreans Play Dead to Appreciate Life
Jim travels to South Korea, a country with an alarmingly high suicide rate, to partake in his own mock funeral – a ritual designed to give people a new outlook on life.
The Jim Jefferies ShowS3 E7The Gamification of Life - Uncensored
From meditation to laundry, apps are turning more and more of life's tasks into games, but the gamification of technology can have serious consequences.
The Jim Jefferies ShowS3 E7Does Australia Have a Gambling Problem? - Uncensored
With legal sports gambling coming to the U.S., Jim returns to Australia, where sports betting has been legal for decades, to look at the social impact there.
The Jim Jefferies ShowS3 E8Rethinking the Foster Care System
Through the nonprofit Kids In The Spotlight, Ty Burrell hopes to give opportunities to kids in the foster care system and help combat the stigma and crime epidemic they face.
The Jim Jefferies ShowS3 E8Jim Makes a Startling Discovery While Watching "Friends"
While watching old episodes of "Friends," Jim was shocked to notice that blackface masks were used as apartment decor on the 90s sitcom.
The Jim Jefferies ShowS3 E9The Case for Universal Basic Income
Jim explains how the simplest solution to poverty might just be giving everyone money.
The Jim Jefferies ShowS3 E9How to Visit Poor Neighborhoods Without Being a Jerk
Jim heads to South Africa to look at the crass business of "poverty tourism" and gets advice on how to have authentic travel experiences without looking like a jerk.
The Jim Jefferies ShowS3 E10Weighing the Pros and Cons of Freedom in Singapore
Jim travels to Singapore to talk to a journalist, a stand-up comedian and college students about the costs and benefits of trading civil liberties for comfort and security.
The Jim Jefferies ShowS3 E10The Very, Very Crowded Democratic Primary Field
Jim surveys the many party stalwarts, populist upstarts and third-tier nobodies seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, then constructs his own ideal candidate.
The Jim Jefferies ShowS3 E11Jim Gives His Own Take on Unpopular Opinions
Jim reflects on how society shames people who have addictions, then weighs in on unpopular beliefs submitted by his show's writers, including thoughts on death and sex.
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