Jeremy and Jeremy take a moment to recap their Thanksgiving (things went off the rails for one of them) before jumping into their stories of the week which include a lot of fake news and a hotel bigger than Henson's hometown.
On August 5th 2011, perched atop an Atlas V rocket, the Juno spacecraft launched and began a new phase of it's journey to explore the planet Jupiter and the origins of our solar system. On July 4th 2016 the probe is scheduled to enter orbit around Jupiter, here's a round-up of what you'll want to know to follow along.
We've got a follow up on last weeks mystery time segment (and need some legal advice), Discuss Christy's previous involvement with flash mobs all over Seattle (Official Seattle Glee Flashmob and Seahawk Half-Time Flashmob), Jeremy is on a mission to become a morning person (19 ways to trick yourself into becoming a morning person), Christ hates #SameSiding, and we're sending more robots to mars to look for alien life (Phase one of the ExoMars mission launches to find life on the Red Planet)
Special thanks to Joe-Joe our official, unofficial Japan correspondent who took a special trip the McDonalds to test out their dessert french fries. Follow him on twitter @prctlgrmmr .
In which we review some listener feedback as we may have finally found someone that (kind of) supports Jeremy, discuss a recent lawsuit that has been filed against former Mars Hill pastor Mark Driscoll and debut a new segment. "Mystery Time!" We need your help identifying the midi version of an ice-cream truck song, and a listener reached out out to ask if we think she's being catfishded. In sports-ball related news, Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor had the police called on him while looking for a potential business location in Redmond, and last but not least we discuss Scott Kelly's return from his #YearInSpace aboard the ISS as we talk about what it's like to land a spacecraft on earth!