The new show format will now be shorter episodes but released twice a week on Saturday and Wednesday. Ian & Sal discuss why Sal’s Mexican employees hated Bam Bam Bigelow.
They get into the DNC Email leak by Wikileaks. Hillary Clinton has a running mate and it was the safe choice. Wild Goose a known internet troll joins to talk about, the Alt-Right, The Holocaust and Milo Yiannopoulos. They talk about Alex Jones and how Hulk Hogan was right. Ian talks about what vitamins he takes.
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