TDS/TCR (Back to Work)

Before we were so rudely interrupted…

Contact High

Possum Droppings

This week’s guests are-

The Daily Show

The Colbert Report

It seems I was a little unfair to Stephen who had his whole front page set up as “Summer with Stephen” including Summer Blockbusters Movie Trailer Reviews (because really, who needs to sit through a whole movie?) for Man of Steel & Iron Man 3; Prince of Persia, Sex and the City 2 & Iron Man 2; G.I. Joe: The Rise of the Cobra, Orphan, 2012 & Julie & Julia; X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Proposal, Up & Star Trek; An Inconvenient Truth, Hoot, Over the Hedge, Mission: Impossible III, & Akeelah and the Bee; none which are newer than a year old, or have an actual review, or are even visible.

More in Depth are Season’s Treats

Ice Cream Hallucination with Jimmy Fallon

Tacocopter

French Fries

I have a Dreamsicle

Pushy Pops

Domino’s Smart Slice and Doritos Jacked

Michigan’s Snow Cone Machines

Kentucky Tuna & Grilled Cheese Burger Melt

Bug Food Coloring, Hot-Dog-Stuffed-Crust & Drugged Poultry

Domino’s Pizza Drone

World Cup

The Vast Government Soccer Conspiracy

Tragic Tie

World Cup Victory

The Group of Death and Hans Beinholtz

Brazil’s Political Protests

Trash Talk

Is it Time to Care About Soccer?

Is it Time to Care About Soccer 2?

Goooooaaaaaal!

Strained Relationship with England

Co-Champions

US Defeats Algeria

International Soccer Corruption

International Soccer Corruption 2

Soccer, Tennis & Bret Favre

The Great Soccer Debate

Now if I could only get Stephen into Le Tour.

Vacation with Stephen

Eco-Vacation

Staycation

Cruise

Stephen’s Summer Reading List

The Fault in Our Stars

My guest tonight is an author of a bestselling book about teens with cancer falling in love. It’s the perfect summer beach read.

The Great Gatsby

Since I have known for the past two weeks that I would be discussing this book on television, I have been preparing. First, by reading it. Which I really enjoyed and definitely did do.

Farewell to Arms

To celebrate this American icon, I’m wearing a rugged safari outfit and occasionally drinking lustily from a goat bladder wineskin.

Where the Wild Things Are

The wild rumpus. Is rumpus sex?

Catcher in the Rye

[Salinger] ended up flunking out of the McBurney School in his sophomore year. Apparently, he had not read the sophomore book assignment. Mainly because he hadn’t written it yet.

If these have videos attached they are not visible to me, but there are some random Summer with Stephen videos at the top of the page.

Open Carry Backlash

Bears & Balls- Summer Vacation Edition

Summer Jobs

Hit of the Summer

Platinum Travel

Human Week

I’m on vacation for two weeks. But if you need me, I can still be reached by the Colbert Signal. Ask your police commissioner for details.

Dahlia Lithwick is a Canadian U.S. Supreme Court specialist and was the debate partner of Austan Goolsbee while at Yale.  Presumably she’ll talk about the recent Supreme Court decisions.

Jad Abumrad is a Lebanese-American musician and philosopher, Robert Krulwich is his co-host on Radiolab and primarily writes about science though he also has a background in business and economics.

Did I mention tomorrow is a rest day?  Looking forward to it.

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