Once again Ryan and Phillip are sucked into the vortex of the week's events. They discuss the week that was which had a crescendo of Robert Mueller being appointed as special counsel in the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Segment 3: Ryan and Phillip discuss the Officer Shelby verdict from Tulsa.
Segment 4: The Yawnfest that is the 2017 NBA playoffs.
RPCR gets sucked into the vortex that is the story of President Trump firing FBI Director James Comey. The boys try to breakdown the news, the implications, and the fallout.
(PostScript: Our show records live on Sundays. Events of the week may change between the recording date and posting date).
Jeff Sessions decides to rescind Obama era policies in regards to criminal justice were no longer satisfactory and goes against bi-partisan support for some of those reforms.
Trump delivers the commencement address at Liberty University.
Happy Mother's Day!
Ryan and Phillip tackle the phenomena of 13 Reasons Why. In that, they talk about the issues that surround the show including teenage suicide, bullying, and the role of parents in kid's TV viewing habits.
Segment 3: French election/AHCA
Segment 4: Summer movie schedules
Blame FDR for the false measure of the "First 100 Days", but it is a measure, and it is an opportunity to give the President a progress report. Ryan and Phillip give the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. They realize that whistling into a microphone isn't a thing.
History Has It's Eyes On You: Phillip updates the Karen Oliveto situation with the UMC. Ryan talks about the ill-conceived picture taken at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Segment 4: An Ode to the Brodie.