Episode 207 considers the Mueller hearings, The New Yorker's Al Franken investigation, Quentin Tarantino's new film, and a provocative question: Why hasn't the revolution come already? Alex Wong / Getty Images

The Mueller hearings were in process as Dan Savage, Eli Sanders , and Rich Smith sat down to talk about what it all might mean — or whether the Mueller hearings will mean anything at all at this point.

Then they discuss the Trump administration's recent ICE raids and tangle with a question from a caller in Eugene, Oregon. The caller wants to know why, with so much clearly broken in America right now, the revolution hasn’t happened yet. Like, seriously: Why? Dan, Eli, and Rich each try for an answer.

Then Katie Herzog is on to talk about the big New Yorker investigation into the sexual harassment allegations against former Democratic Senator Al Franken. He resigned from the Senate because of the allegations, but it now looks like his first accuser’s story is full of holes. What to make of this?

And finally, Jasmyne Keimig and Chase Burns listen to two calls about shows you should (or maybe shouldn’t) be watching, and then tell us about their experience watching a preview of Quentin Tarantino’s new movie, Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood.

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