We start with The Fajita Thief and talk about what's the Gentlemanly thing to do with $1.2M dollars of Fajitas. Bryan's met Super Mario: the man who jumps cruise ship to cruise ship. Ambassador Kid Rock (thankfully) refrains from telling DJT what do do about North Korea. We talk about a Japanese Man who is paid to be a silent companion for people but ponder what a toll this must take on him. Turns out the CEO of Goldman Sachs steals peoples hearts just as he steals their money as a DJ. And finally Bryan admits to his laziness in the form of not replacing the Kleenex box as we discuss the last story before This Week in Duh. We finally have an obvious enough story in This Week in Duh that Tom and Bryan are finally both on the same page!
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News Stories from This Episode:
The Great Fajita Thief:
Super Mario: Cruise Ship Edition:
Ambassador Kid Rock:
The Japanese Man Paid to Take on Other People's Burdens:
CEO Plays Lollapalooza:
The Dirty Dishes Divorce:
This Week in Duh:
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