Episode 155: Serious Business — The gang tackles a group of headlines so serious that it requires nearly the entire show, then tries to lighten the mood in Buzzerbeater. Also, Chris tries to commit to a Shaun impression, Dave drives into the Grand Canyon, Michelle tries to avoid crying on air, and Shaun discusses the importance of cat politics.
Episode 154: A Hallow Victory — The gang finally does a Halloween-themed episode, including a look at razor blades in candy and the slow transition of clowns into irrelevance. Also, Chris sounds like an overbearing mother, Dave doesn’t use his kid for candy, Michelle is banned from celebrating the holiday, and Shaun ruins his second chance at hosting.
Episode 153: Money Talks — The guys take a look at financial stories, like brothers who won the lottery or homeless people giving away money, then contemplate their own spending in Countdown. Also, Chris sells off precious family members, Dave delves into the world of Satanism, and Shaun insults people with Ebola and Alzheimer’s in one fell swoop.
Episode 152: Sneaky Peeky — The gang examines some sneaky behavior, like a camera that records when you look at boobs, then try to salvage nostalgia in Time Capsule. Also, Chris changes the commercial break, Dave blurs the lines of reality, Michelle picks her favorite body part, and Shaun devotes an entire episode to Early Edition.
Episode 151: Trendsetters — The gang breaks down some controversial topics, like whether or not kids these days are babied or whether or not football teams can be racist. Also, Chris talks about a 17th-place finish, Dave suffers through late connection problems, Michelle casts an unprecedented vote, and Shaun goes behind a coworker’s back.
Episode 150: It’s a Horrible Day — The gang hits a mini-milestone with episode 150, talking about the decline of iTunes and introducing a new segment in the second half. Also, Chris declares himself the guru of the Rocky series, Dave tries to get a word in edgewise, Michelle gets hit on by girls, and Shaun says to grab life by the balls.
Episode 149: Eat, Pray, Die — The gang records their 300th food episode, with a look at Taco Bell’s strange choices in Headlines and all-you-can-eat options in Death Match. Also, Chris makes more work for himself, Dave tells a horror story about a buffet, Michelle tries to break a new segment, and Shaun takes a stand for poor, abused waiters.