November 30th, 2020 | 1 hr 5 mins
gender identity, jordan peterson, media, self-id, suzanne moore, the guardian, trans rights
After a very tense intro during which Jesse berates Katie for not being there when he needed her most, the hosts discuss a Vice News story about staffers at Penguin Random House Canada so overwhelmed by the existence of Jordan Peterson's new book that they broke down crying, and Guardian staffers so overwhelmed by the existence of a debate over certain claims about sex and gender that they drove columnist Suzanne Moore out.
June 5th, 2020 | 57 mins 47 secs
blm, gender dysphoria, gender identity, media, new york times, police reform, race, tom cotton
In today's episode, the hosts discuss an explosion of employee anger over The New York Times' decision to publish a column by Sen. Tom Cotton, and what it arguably reveals about the internal dynamics at some media companies at the moment. Then, they shift gears to a Times article about a nonbinary 7-year-old and, in the show's final, patrons-only segment, Katie tells Jesse about an Instagram controversy involving white liberals trying to show how much they care about racial injustice, but digging themselves into a deeper and deeper hole as a result
April 6th, 2020 | 46 mins 34 secs
coronavirus, gender identity, race, race to dinner, rebecca sugar, regina jackson, sairo rao, steven universe
After diagnosing Jesse's troubling cough and recapping Katie's not-quite-nettles tea incident, the cohosts discuss the effect coronavirus is likely to have on the dumbest flashpoints in the online culture wars, Katie invalidates the existence of a popular creator, Jesse complains about the Twitter police, and the episode concludes with a critique of the I Am An Evil White Woman Punish Me Please flavor of anti-racist education and 'activism.'