Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the video of a 75 year-old Buffalo man getting seriously injured after a cops pushed him at a protest. Then the guys talk about the latest George Floyd news now that all the officers involved have been charged. Later Mark asks for Adam’s opinion on a clip of a doctor on MSNBC talking about social distancing from COVID while also advocating protest. This leads Adam to wrap up the show explaining why people should be more cautious before blindly following government officials.
Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt recapping his recent trip to Texas to open the Houston Improv. Then Mark talks about why he’s suing Gavin Newsom and the state of California on behalf of salon owners. This leads to a deeper dive into business and public areas opening back up in some states but not others. Before they wrap, Adam shows a picture he took of a new sign that’s been put up on the infamous La Canada horse trail by his and Mark’s houses.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt discussing the latest on former National Security Advisor Lieutenant General Michael Flynn and his case possibly being dropped. Adam then asks Mark to break down the game film on lawyer and Fox News host Mark Levin recent monologue on Hannity.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the latest updates, information, and possible solutions to the quarantine. This leads Adam to play a clip of Dallas salon owner Shelly Luther telling the women of The View why she should be able to open up her small business again. This leads Mark to talk about people willing to go to jail on principle. Before they wrap Adam talks about his upcoming trip to Houston to open up the Houston Improv with some live shows.
Adam and Mark welcome Dr. Drew Pinsky to this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. The guys open today’s show discussing some interesting statistics about the COVID infection rate that Andrew Cuomo showed during his recent press conferences. Then they move into discussing business operations during the pandemic and the economic impact of the Government’s shelter in place order. Later, Mark gives his take on the Department of Justice dropping its case against General Michael Flynn. Before they wrap the fellas discuss police shootings and possible methods for limiting them in the future.
Adam and Mark open the show discussing the overreaction by media outlets and government officials surrounding coronavirus. They also discuss Mika Brzezinski’s interview with Joe Biden and the hard nosed approach she took on the Tara Reade accusations, an update on General Flynn and they tease a guest appearance on next week’s show.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt examining CNN’s reporting on the Coronavirus. Then the guys discuss the letter of the law vs intent of law and Mark gives an update on his client Colin Kaepernick. Later Adam brings up the idea of scrubbing some of the United States debt to China as a result of their part in furthering the Coronavirus pandemic.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about how Republican and Democratic talking points have completely flip-flopped with Joe Biden’s sexual assault allegations coming out. Then the guys talk about how Ellen DeGeneres might not be as friendly as she appears to be on her show. After that Adam talks to Mark about what people can sue others for. Before they wrap, Adam asks Mark what he thinks about the people defying the stay at home orders and going out to protest.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about historic live performances from the band The Plasmatics. Then Mark gives an update on Harvey Weinstein who we learn he recently spoke with directly. After that the guys discuss the online criticism and harassment of Dr. Drew Pinsky over his early COVID-19 predictions. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark stumble onto the topic of homelessness and come up with a very poignant question that leads to a theory on the coronavirus situation.