Episode 163 talks about Andrew Gillum's win in Florida, a Republican panic-list of upcoming Democratic investigations, and Louis C.K.'s attempted comeback. Alex Wong / Getty Images

In Florida, there’s now going to be a fascinating governor’s race between one candidate who's backed by Bernie Sanders and another who’s backed by Donald Trump. The Democratic candidate, Andrew Gillum, could become the first African-American to lead the state. Eli Sanders, Rich Smith, and Katie Herzog talk about that, as well as the real legacy of John McCain, who died on Saturday at the age of 81.

Plus: A tour through a magical list—drawn up by Republicans!—of all the things Democrats are likely to investigate if they retake control of the House in November.

Also, Katie explores a thorny question: Is it too soon for Louis C.K.’s comeback?

Finally, a few movies we love right now, including Eighth Grade and Crazy Rich Asians.

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