There’s no show this week. I’m sick and so is Dennis. For those keeping track, I think this may only be the fourth time in the nearly seven years we’ve been doing the show that I’ve had to cancel it because of illness. After all, you probably don’t want to hear us hacking up phlegm for an hour anyway. We should be good to go by next week so we’ll return Friday, August 29th.
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Jabari and Mike are out again. This may be the first show with which we’ve had the Charlie, Dennis, Chase combination of hosts. Quentin Tarantino decides to go forward with THE HATEFUL EIGHT after the script’s leak. We update you on the penis amputation story from last week. Shelly Sterling wins the right to sell the LA Clippers without her husband’s permission. Spider-Man punches a cop in Times Square raising concerns over whether these costumed characters should be licensed. We look at some overrated beers on a list compiled by Deadspin. PETA offers to pay overdue water bills in Detroit, but those customers must pledge to go vegan for a month. The most unhealthy restaurant meal is found at Red Robin. Gordon Ramsay’s youngest daughter gets her own cooking show. And a man in China is told by the hospital that he’s actually a woman!
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NY Daily News: Gordon Ramsay’s youngest daughter to get her own cooking show: report
Center For Science In The Public Interest: Xtreme Eating 2014 Awards