The hosts offer a peek into the future; Washington Post contributor Stephen Lurie is interviewed about the importance of the economy; and ABC deputy political director Shushannah Walshe enters the world of College Republicans. Also: fact-checking reports from the National Enquirer.
The hosts celebrate Devil's Night by carving Hillary Clinton's face into pumpkins; and they examine the spooky amount of money Americans spend on costumes, like Sexy Ebola Nurse, and candy. Also: Former GOP strategist Mike Murphy talks about what the Republican party is doing right and wrong.
A critical eye is cast at a Harvard study suggesting that young people are more likely to vote Republican. Guests include RNC youth press secretary Raffi Williams; Fusion cannabis correspondent Ryan Nerz; and Jessica Roy with the latest "Lady News."
Two rival senators talk about filming a reality program on a deserted island for Discovery Channel; and Brian Stelter, CNN senior media correspondent, is interviewed. Other segments examine the evils of the postal service; messages from Nazi spies; and sexy Halloween costumes.
A report on Ebola striking New York City and whether quarantine measures threaten civil liberties. Also on the show: an examination of voting blocs; former White House staffer Ronnie Cho on Obamacare; and looking for solutions to the national debt on Tinder and Grindr.
The hosts travel to New York City. Included: Kal Penn talks about a movie role and debates the value of political legacies with Nando Vila. Also: Nicolle Wallace is interviewed; Alicia Menendez presents pop-up political videos.
Jordan Fabian discusses sexism in Congress; Bloomberg's Megan McArdle is interviewed about consent and government overreach; and Kal Penn tries to get people to join his PEN15 club. Also: Independent candidate Greg Orman.
This quirky politics show aims to take the boring out of midterm election coverage. In the series premiere, Nate Silver is interviewed, Alicia Menendez predicts the future, and the hosts debate whether Hollywood or the Secret Service does a better job defending the president.