Ross and Jessie discuss celebrity deformities such as Megan Fox’s thumb and Nick Jonas’ nipples, Bachelor country star Chase Rice is facing heat for holding a 4,000 person concert in Tennessee, Ross wonders if Joe Biden is going to pick Elizabeth Warren as his VP, Dr. Dre’s wife files for a divorce, Hollywood is flocking to Iceland to film during these quarantimes, and Terry Crews sparks a fire over his most recent tweet regarding the Black Lives Matter movement.
Ross and Jessie discuss why absentee vote-in-ballots are going to be a lifesaver during the 2020 election, Jon Stewart opens up about why he quit “The Daily Show” on Joe Rogan’s podcast, the two laughed their a**es off when Tater made her cameo during episode 2 of “Yellowstone”, Ross weighs in on Josh Gad’s 80s movie reunions, and the two end the show with the couple of the century, Ken and Karen from St. Louis.
Ross and Jessie discuss the 3 Wilmington, North Carolina police officers that were arrested for using hateful language, the two announce the company move to Austin, TX happening in the Fall, Chuck E Cheese has gone bankrupt, a new picture of the Loch Ness Monster has Ross reeling, and the NFL has canceled the Hall of Fame game.
Ross and Jessie discuss the Bubba Wallace's noose incident as coming up "fake", Chris D'Elia's firing from the CAA amidst underage sexual allegations, CNN claims that BLM protests have not contributed to COVID-19 case spikes, Europe considers banning all international travel, Ron Jeremy has been charged with rape charges, and Bill Cosby has been granted an appeal.
Ross and Jessie discuss the craziness surrounding racial accusations being aimed towards Joe Rogan and Joey Diaz, Tina Fey releases an apology for “30 Rock” episodes showing blackface, people want to see the footage from the noose hanging in Bubba Wallace’s garage, Jessie covers a goldfish eating Crime Corner and, Ross ends the show with the mystery behind the recent death of hollywood producer Steve Bing who had connections to Jeffrey Epstein and the Clintons.
Ross and Jessie discuss Justin Bieber and “Baby Driver” star Ansel Elgort getting me too’d, The American Museum of Natural History is going to remove the Teddy Roosevelt statue amidst protests, Ross believes John Bolton wrote “The Room Where It Happened” while he was still working in The White House, Ross dreams of being able to create a d**k pic coffee table book, and the two end the show with explaining why Facebook has become a frivolous waste of time.
Ross and Jessie discuss the cancelling of the Uncle Ben’s and Cream of Wheat logos, Dr. Fauci warns against a 2020 NFL season which ruined Ross' day, Ross and Jessie may go take a trip to CHAZ, an alcoholic monkey goes on a rampant rampage in India and gets life behind bars, and Jabes ends the show with a feral hog sniffing cocaine Crime Corner.
Ross and Jessie discuss the Aunt Jemima logo being removed from maple syrup bottles, Chris D’Elia’s accusations of making sexual advancements on underage girls, Jessie reminisces about being a good time gal, people including Joe Rogan are pushing for The Rock to run for President in 2024, the two explain why Grandpa Joe from Willy Wonka is the biggest dirtbag in the history of cinema, they compare the “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Rocket Man” movies, American Airlines and Delta ban alcohol on flights, and Ross is all done with Dr. Fauci.
Ross and Jessie discuss the bleach tainted Shake Shack milkshakes that were served to NYPD officers Monday night, the two explain why small talk has and always will be out of fashion, Ross talks about what it was like to film with Danny Trejo and tells us why he is as great of a guy as people claim, the two go through a list of their favorite burgers, and they end the show with news from Ford that they will be releasing official pictures of the Bronco on July 9th, O.J. Simpson’s birthday.
Ross and Jessie discuss why 2020 may be the year for snitches, Ross weighs in on the new ESPN Mark McGwire/Sosa documentary, the 2 checked out Judd Apatow’s “The King of Staten Island” over the weekend and were left disappointed, Dave Chappelle releases a comedy monologue on YouTube called “8:46”, Tekashi 6ix9ine releases TROLLZ featuring an underdressed Nicki Minaj that got nearly 50 millions views in its first 24 hours, and Jessie ends the show with a live pig throwing Crime Corner.