Episode 142 considers flat-out repealing the Second Amendment, picks through Rich and Eli's Facebook data, and talks about Roseanne and Wild, Wild Country. Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images


Bulletproof, slow, and full of wine” is how The New York Times describes a very special train that Kim Jong-un likes to ride around in, and Dan Savage, Rich Smith, and Eli Sanders all admit—it sounds kinda nice.

But more importantly: there’s the Stormy Daniels interview on 60 Minutes to discuss, the new US Census citizenship requirement to freak out about, and a very important question to ponder: Should we just flat-out repeal the Second Amendment?

A former US Supreme Court Justice says we should, but is his argument just a gift to Trump and the frothing, paranoid right ahead of the midterms?

After all that, Chase Burns is back to discuss what we all found when we downloaded our own Facebook data.

When was the last time Eli got “poked”? What debt-related ad did Rich get caught clicking on? Whose contact information was given to PediaSure? And how do we feel about all this??? All is revealed. (Along with an update on the latest Facebook data scandal developments.) Oh, and don't miss the live reading of Rich Smith's poem, "My Data, Myself."

Finally, Katie Herzog watched this week’s insanely popular reboot of Roseanne and also spent a very long time with Oregon cult members while watching Netflix’s Wild, Wild Country. She tells Dan and Eli all about it.

Plus, as always, the music of Ahamefule J. Oluo.