This week on Full Metal America the crew take on Thanksgiving! First, Riggle poses a difficult What Would Bill Do where Bill must confront a family member who has fallen in love with a sex robot. Then they discuss their favorite aspects of Thanksgiving. In the second hour, things get a bit heated as the trio explore the issue of Net Neutrality. Finally, the show closes on whether or not internet commerce should be subject to gross receipts taxes. Is Full Metal America, served with a side of cranberry sauce.
This week on Full Metal America the crew take on the latest sexual harassment accusations. Bill gives us a recap on his take from the Sutherland Springs shooting. Then it's all guns blazing on the sexual harassment accusations against Al Franken, Roy Moore, and Sylvester Stallone. It's Full Metal America, pointing the figure where it needs to go.
This week on Full Metal America, Riggle and Triple M are forced to go it alone as Bill is out this week. First, Triple M gets a What Would Triple M Do where she imagines she's running a political campaign on the verge of scandal. Next they take on the shootings in Sutherland Springs and the recent Democrat wins. To wrap up, the crew discuss the allegations against Louis C.K. and Roy Moore. It's Full Metal America, playing the game from Waiting... live on the radio.
This week on Full Metal America the crew get back down to the nitty-gritty. First, we get a What Would Bill Do where Bill imagines he's roommates with none other than President Obama. Next the guys talk about Trump's visit to Asia, and the Republican tax plan. Then they take on Donna Brazile. To close, Lentz, Riggle, and Triple M go round and round on the Kevin Spacey scandal and Hollywood's general debauchery. It's Full Metal America... there when you need us, and even sometimes when you don't.