Category Archives: Episodes

Numerosity

June 23, 2017

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Mark phones in from Rhode Island for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. Mark opens the show discussing his CNN appearance regarding Bill Cosby’s trial alongside Gloria Allred. Then the guys go over the acquittal of officer Jeronimo Yanez in the fatal shooting of Philando Castile. After that, Adam asks Mark about a new $12 Billion class action lawsuit he recently filed against Century Link. Before they wrap, Mark teases his involvement with the Big 3 Basketball league.

Dry Ice Rentals

June 16, 2017

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Mark phones in from Rhode Island for today’s episode and he opens the show asking Adam about his thoughts on the most recent developments in the Bill Cosby trial. Then the guys continue to talk about the ongoing investigation into Donald Trump, and the rest of his initial cabinet about some of their possible ties to Russia. After that, Adam asks Mark about Chris Brown’s new documentary and what it was like for Mark to be a part of it. As the show winds down, Adam tells Mark about the documentary he’s crowdfunding with Dennis Prager called “No Safe Spaces”. visit Nosafespaces.com to check it out and donate to help make the movie.

The Parsley

June 9, 2017

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Adam and Mark open the show discussing Chris Brown’s upcoming documentary before dovetailing into a more general conversation about the legality of paparazzi profiting off the images and likeness of celebrities. They then discuss the start of the jury selection and trial of Bill Cosby and the change of venue that occurred in the case. This leads to some more in depth talk about the Cosby trial. After that, Mark asks for Adams thoughts on 3 former Penn State officials getting sentenced to jail over their cover up of Jerry Sandusky, as well as the recent Bill Maher and Kathy Griffin’s controversies. Before they wrap, Adam asks Mark about the stigma behind hiring high profile celebrity defense attorneys.

You’re Not That Good

June 2, 2017

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Mark is back in studio for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt! Adam and Mark open the show discussing an old Diet Coke can that was left in the freezer at the shop and almost exploded. Then Mark asks for Adam’s opinion on the most recent developments in the Trump/Russia investigation. After that the guys talk about Kathy Griffin’s comedy stunt of holding up a fake, bloody severed head of Donald Trump.

Sexual Assault House

May 26, 2017

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Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about employees being able to accurately take orders and follow up on them. Then the guys pick up from the end of last weeks episode regarding Robert Mueller being appointed special prosecutor in the Trump/Russia investigation. This leads to a conversation on people who become pariahs due to something they said or were involved in, including Billy Bush after getting caught on a hot mic with Donald trump in the infamous “Grab Them by The Pussy” audio.

Former Special Prosecutor

May 19, 2017

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Mark phones in from Ohio for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. Adam opens the show asking Mark about his opinions on James Comey’s memo stating that Trump had asked him to stop investigating General Michael Flynn. Then the guys talk about their disdain for politicians trying to scold the public, which leads to a longer conversation on California Representative Maxine Waters. Later the guys talk about the current education system and unfair treatment toward various teachers. Before they wrap, the guys come full circle to talk more about the Russia Investigation including the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as Special Prosecutor in the case.

On Crack

May 12, 2017

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Mark phones in from New England for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. Adam opens the show asking Mark about the most recent developments in his massive lawsuit against the Fyre Festival producers. Then Mark asks Adam about his thoughts on the firing of FBI Director James Comey. This leads to some in depth discussion about Russia and their possible involvement in the 2016 Presidential Election. Before they wrap, Adam gets Mark’s take on the idea of bringing in an independent prosecutor to review Trump’s ties to Russia as opposed to having the FBI continue their investigation.

The Veneer of Sincere

May 5, 2017

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Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt discussing Mark’s recently filed $100 Million Dollar lawsuit against the Frye Festival producers and organizers. Then the guys discuss James Comey and his recent comments about how the FBI influenced the Presidential Election. After that the guys discuss the recent decision not to bring charges against the officers in the Alton Sterling case in Louisiana. This leads to a longer conversation on the somewhat similar case of the Michael Brown shooting. Before they wrap, Adam asks Mark about the federal government withholding money from states on issues such as sanctuary cities or transgendered bathrooms.

Supremely Partisan

April 28, 2017

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Author of the new book Supremely Partisan Jim Zirin joins Adam and Mark for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. Adam opens the show asking Jim about his book on the prominent partisanship that exists within the United States Supreme Court. Then the guys talk about their thoughts on the new Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch. After that they get to the issue of religious exemptions when it comes to various court rulings such as the Hobby Lobby case. Before they wrap, Adam asks about what would happen if the Supreme Court made abortions illegal.

I Just Mean Lame

April 21, 2017

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Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt with some updates on the United Airlines passenger debacle. Then the guys discuss both the Roger Ailes sexual harassment lawsuit, as well as the lawsuits that Bill O’Reilly settled over the years. After that, Adam asks Mark if it was illegal for an insurance company to terminate employment with a contestant on Survivor after he outed a fellow cast member as being transgender. Before they wrap, Mark asks for Adam’s thoughts on a Kentucky judge granting a plaintiff the right to sue President Trump for inciting violence at one of his campaign rallies.