7 PM: Rantz wonders why so many people made Mother's Day about their own non-mother causes. Jason and Burns defend Mayor Ed Murray on a Thunderbirds tweet that garnered criticism. Mukilteo police are planning a forum to discuss teen vaping but neither of the guys believe teens use e-cigs because they think it's cool, A family was kicked off a JetBlue flight over a birthday cake and the guys marvel at the idea of bringing therapeutic mini-horses to airports to help stressed out flyers, Tacoma is allowing some apartment developers to forgo parking spots and the guys warn the City to learn from Seattle's mistakes. Plus, Pike Place Market opens up more spots, which is good for business, but still not enough spots for the growth of the area.
Originally aired: Tuesday, May 16, 2017
8 PM: Sinclair forces stations like KOMO-TV to air conservative content. Rantz points out the angle to this story we're all missing. Burns enjoyed Upstream Music Festival despite bands, in general, complaining that their festival sets are shrinking. Plus, a new study suggests smiling makes you look old and since Jason hates his life and never smiles, he feels like he looks young in every photo, Tinder makes you feel lower self-esteem, especially if you're a guy. Someone unmatched from Jason when he found out he was a Republican. Zak offers to tell Jason's barista crush that he wants a date, a customer uses a t-shirt design company to display a hateful message and the company apologized but the guys don't think they should apologize. A BLM-themed comic ends because no one is interested in the content and Zak understands why.