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Chris DiStefano and Jordan Harbinger

Chris DiStefano and Jordan Harbinger


Show Summary

Adam opens today’s show talking about trying out a sensory deprivation tank for the first time this weekend. He also brings up a conversation he had with his dad, as well as a tweet chain from Brian Koppelman that is the polar opposite. Adam then references a news story involving a woman murdered after getting into a car thinking it was her Uber, and talks more about his deprivation tank experience. After that, the guys enjoy the next round of Banks Bracket Madness. Jordan Harbinger then calls in to talk about who is qualified to have opinions on this week’s Harbinger of Success.

Comedian Chris DiStefano is in studio next, and the guys talk about the resurgence of standup comedy during overly sensitive era we are in. Chris also tells a story about his mom being in one of the towers on 9/11, and the time his dad helped him not get expelled from school. Adam then plays a classic Man Show bit, which reminds Chris of a strange exchange he had when he was a physical therapist.

Gina starts out the news talking about updates on the Jussie Smollett case, which reminds Adam of his recent conversation with Mark Geragos on Reasonable Doubt. They also play a clip of Chris Rock ripping Jussie a new one at the Image Awards, and discuss Jim Carrey’s controversial new sketches. As the show wraps up, the guys listen to Elon Musk’s rap track about Harambe, and Adam and Shek bring today’s Good Sports.

For more on today’s guest, visit http://chrisdcomedy.com, and follow him on Twitter @ChrisDComedy.

Also check out http://jordanharbinger.com, and follow him on Twitter @JordanHarbinger.

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Producers: Mike August, Mike Lynch, and Mike Dawson
Co-Producers: Chris Laxamana, Gary Smith, Matt Fondiler, Caelan Biehn, and Dylan Wrenn
Newsgirl: Gina Grad
Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop