Episode 1143— Download Episode
On today's show, we discussed Brooks Koepka, Amazon, Ector Rodriguez, Molly Ringwald, and more.
The Detroit Cast discusses: Ryder Cup fan Corine Remande getting wailed in the eye by a Brooks Koepka tee shot; Amazon raising its minimum wage to $15 per hour; Louis C.K. making another surprise stand up appearance in NY; a cheating wife getting caught when her Uber driver turned out to be her husband; bowling alley owner Ector Rodriguez being impaled by a pin-setting machine; Molly Ringwald objecting to parts of John Hughes’ “Sixteen Candles” as problematic in the #MeToo world; a Catholic campus minister getting fired after he liked a friend’s gay wedding social media post; obnoxious televangelists and their outlandish claims of healing; Asia Argento claiming that Jimmy Bennett “jumped” her; two daycare teachers resigning after they zip-tied preschool kids and threatened to throw spiders on them; Rebecca Anderson being accused of strapping daycare kids in their car seats and stacking them in closets; vageens entering “drought mode” during colder months and threatening sexual wellness; and, email.
Here are links to the videos that we discussed during this episode:
Rev. Kearney Thomas cures AIDS.
Rev. Peter Popoff offers healing water.
Rev. Robert Tilton encourages giving.
Rev. Robert Tilton, as the farting preacher.
A tackleball referee tears his achilles.