For this episode, Ty and Daphne discuss recent news and politics. After catching up on life (00:30), the hosts discuss political "Oh Lawd" news (3:50), including a Louisville photographer's challenge to LGBT rights (4:25), the rise in opposition to the impeachment among independents (6:08), the RNC's latest $100K purchase (9:00), Deval Patrick's struggle campaign (11:33), and the introduction of male birth control (13:47). They then turn their attention to the latest Democratic debate (15:35). They begin by discussing Pete Buttigieg's performance as an emerging front-runner (17:15), whether women are held to a different standard in regard to political experience (18:50), and the possibility of Hillary Clinton joining the race (22:33). Next, they share their opinions about Tulsi Gabbard's motivation for joining the race (24:04), Corey Booker's strike against Biden (28:48), Joe Biden's debate performance (32:36), the dwindling Democratic field (36:50), and the possibility of Stacey Abrams for VP (43:02). Ty and Daphne close the episode by discussing the latest news and events, including Colin Kaepernick's recent NFL workout (43:58), Judge Joe Brown's controversial comments about the Harriet Tubman $20 bill (51:10), whether British actors should portray historic African American characters (54:40), and a shocking undercover investigation that revealed unequal treatment of minority homebuyers (1:02:40).
For this episode, Ty and Daphne discuss life, recent news, and politics. After catching up (00:30), the hosts discuss "Oh Lawd" news (03:34), including a mass layoff over Christmas break (4:05), the increase in emergency room visits following the legalization of cannabis in Illinois (6:29), and a bizarre North Korea political crime (8:06). They then discuss recent pop culture debates about love, marriage, and cheating. Specifically, they have a conversation about Mike Tyson's comments on interracial dating (10:04), Loni Love's remarks about cheating among Black men (21:45), the data related to race and faithfulness in relationships (28:25), the factors behind racial differences in marriage rates (33:30), and how gender roles shape marriage satisfaction and divorce (41:34). Ty and Daphne then switch gears by discussing health and the best and worst diets of 2020 (49:42). Next, the hosts have a conversation about the British royal family drama (56:00) as well as Meghan Markle's self-identification and the role of race in her treatment in the British press (58:30). Ty and Daphne wrap up the episode by sharing their thoughts on millennials' limited upward mobility (1:04:30), the latest developments related to the Democratic primary (1:10:15), and tensions between the US and Iran following Trump's decision to authorize Soleimani's killing (1:15:32).