The survivors of the latest school shooting in Florida last week aren't going to let anyone forget what happened. They're organizing, taking to the streets of Washington DC, and getting their message heard on every major news outlet to demand real, significant gun law reform. This week we talk about what these kids are doing and how these protests feel different from previous attempts. We also recap the new Natalie Portman movie Annihilation and the Netflix series Altered Carbon.
We are halfway through the Olympic games and this week Ryan and Zach talk about some of the biggest headlines of the week from athletes like Shaun White, Chloe Kim and Adam Rippon to NBC's trouble with pronunciation and the weird statues in Pyeongchang. They also talk about the record breaking movie Black Panther and the new Netflix release The Cloverfield Paradox.
The Philadelphia Eagles are world champions. This week Ryan and Zach talk about the immediate aftermath, the stories that have come out since the game ended, the celebration in the city afterwards, and the parade. We also discuss Phantom Thread and season 2 of The Good Place.
Actress Natalie Wood drowned off the coast of California under mysterious circumstances almost 40 years ago. Now investigators with the LA County Sheriff’s Department have reopened the case and are saying Wood's then husband, Robert Wagner, is a "person of interest." We talk about what we learned from the new 48 Hours special, plus we discuss Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri and A Futile And Stupid Gesture.