Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking their dogs Phil and Brady. Then the guys go over the latest news surrounding the death of Jeffrey Epstein and the arrest of the guards who were supposed to be checking on him. After that, Adam asks Mark about Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett claiming the Pitsburgh Steelers Quarterback hurled racial slurs at him during their on-field altercation. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark discuss Jussie Smollett suing the city of Chicago and the impeachment hearings.
Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt asking Mark about Colin Kaepernick’s NFL workout today in Atlanta. This leads to them discussing the Thursday Night Football fight in which one player hit another with his own helmet. After that the guys talk about Roger Stone being found guilty and Mark gives a Jussie Smollett update and efore they wrap the guys talk about the ongoing impeachment hearings, as well as circling back to Colin Kaepernick for a minute.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt teasing Adam’s upcoming interview with Donald Trump Jr on the Adam Carolla Show. Then the guys dive into a developing story about reporter Amy Robach having the scoop on Jeffrey Epstein years ago before it got killed by ABC news. After that they give their latest thoughts on the potential Trump impeachment. Before they wrap, Adam circles back around to Jeffrey Epstein and asks Mark what he thinks about him being murdered vs committing suicide.
Adam and Mark open the show discussing the recent developments in the Michael Flynn case as his attorneys allege misconduct and ask for a dismissal before turning to the news coming out of Turkey from potential political sanctions to demands that President Erdoğan account for his personal wealth. The guys also discuss the recent killing of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and the circumstances surrounding who was and wasn’t told about the operation in advance, and why that may be. As the show winds down, Adam and Mark explore the strange but accurate statement that Donald Trump is the Rodney Dangerfield of Presidents, and why that is.
Adam and Mark open the show talking about bad depositions and interviews specifically citing and playing Hunter Biden’s recent ABS News interview as an example. They also discuss the recent injury to Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback Patrick Mahones and what his recent Thursday Night Football injury may mean for the employment prospects of Mark’s client Colin Kaepernick. Adam also brings up Elizabeth Warren’s campaign trail claims that she was fired from a teaching job early in her career and gets Mark’s take on what that means both for her campaign and the person whom she is referring to as having fired her.
Adam and Mark open the show discussing the new accusations being levied against Matt Lauer by a former co-worker at NBC before going on to discuss the bizarre turn of events involving a witness in the Amber Guyger case. We go on to discuss the allegations surrounding Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s work with a Ukranian energy company. As the show wraps up Adam asks Mark for his take on the widening investigation being led by John Durham into the FBI’s role in spying on the Trump Campaign.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt discussing the case of former police officer Amber Guyger who shot and killed a man sitting in his own apartment as she thought he was a burglar in her own apartment. This leads them to talk a little bit about a Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an innocent Australian woman and the similarities of the two cases. Before they wrap, Adam plays a clip of Trump’s attorney Jay Sekulow on Hannity and has Mark break down the game film.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt diving right into the Trump/Ukraine election interference controversy. They discuss in-detail the “transcript” of the phone call made between Trump and former comedian turned real life President of Ukraine. Later they talk about the rampant homeless epidemic throughout Los Angeles.
Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt asking Mark about the case of Nicholas Sandmann who was infamously filmed and criticized for staring at a Native American activist during a Lincoln Memorial protest earlier this year. Then the guys talk about various comedians whose personalities have changed over time.
Mark opens up this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt asking Adam about The Roast of Alec Baldwin which everyone can watch this Sunday night on Comedy Central. Then the guys discuss Felicity Huffman getting sentenced to 14 days in prison for her part in the college bribery scandal. This leads to them talking more about various criminal sentencing outcomes and the public responses to them. Before they wrap Adam and Mark talk about the latest on former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe and a possible indictment against him for allegedly lying to federal investigators.