We start the show with Sherrod Small in studio, Rachel Dolezal admits she's white, the drunk Uber passenger gets fired, Anonymous outs KKK members, and we talk about the GOP's debate demands.
We talk about a rock and roll auction, a mayor's husband dresses like a KKK member for Halloween, Quentin Tarantino might apologize for his comments about cops, a Yale fraternity only allows white people at their parties, and we get some pizza.
Lou Diamond Phillips stops by to promote The 33 and discuss his career and love for poker.
Topher Grace stops by to discuss The Truth, getting into acting, his website, and editing. [Broadcast Date: November 3, 2015]
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