US college student Otto Warmbier was in North Korea for 17 months before he was brought home this past week. Otto was in a coma the majority of that time and when he returned to the USA he passed away a few short days later. Of course with Mark Bland being a lightning rod for discussion, he’s attacked for his opinion on the Otto situation on Twitter and social media. Mark, Producer Bobby and Jason Kull discuss the unwarranted attacks on Mark, and why Otto was in trouble in the first place. You just don’t steal – it doesn’t matter where in the world you are. Plus secret rooms and a discussion on the Supreme Court saying it’s OK for sexual deviants and sex offenders to maintain social media.

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Jason Kull and Mark Bland are back after a hiatus and the first thing up is the James Comey testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee. James rolled, bobbed and weaved to the committee. Did he say anything that would incriminate Trump? Probably not. What about anything to help Trump? Probably not. Then Mark and Jason talk about the fact that Puerto Rico has elected to join Statehood in the USA. Will Donald Trump/Congress allow this to go through? Finally, Mark breaks down the 10 best movies “loosely based” on true stories. Think hard and see if you guessed correct.

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Let’s just face facts… having allies in war is strategically important to the success of a country. And with the world on edge and arms discussions at the highest levels since the Cold War, it would only benefit the USA to have good allies. Unfortunately when you hand the keys for the country to a man who tends to go out of his way to attack and degrade the leaders of our allied countries, you are going to end up worse for wear. After this first trip to the Middle East to meet leaders in that area, and his handling of the secret info from the Manchester attack, Trump is starting to piss allies off. Finally, Mark gives Jason a personality test to see if he is a badass.

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Mark Bland has been completely out of touch with why people in the South, a major win point for Trump, voted so blindly… always believing if he figured out the reasoning, he could apply it across the board and get a better picture of how things happened. Then the podcast S-Town was brought to his attention. Mark caught something in the show and when he heard it, it literally was a “gotcha moment” politically for him. The Fuck It Theory explains it all in detail and Mark, along with producer Bobby and Jason Kull, break it down and discuss its merits within the context of the 2016 Election. Plus, Trump made his first foreign trip to the Middle East and man did some weird Orb stuff happen!

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James Comey has been fired by Trump and Mark is all hot and bothered by the decision because who will they replace him with? Brandon Travis and Jason Kull join the show to discuss and focus on the corrupt tendencies of Donald Trump these past 115 days. The impact of the Saturday Night Live parodies on the national consciousness and whether it would be a good idea to continue them or not is also discussed. Finally, Mark brings up the top 10 Shower Thoughts of all time and the guys break down whether they are worthy of the distinction or not.

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Another rousing week of Trump and the stupid was so high Mark couldn’t bare to talk too much Trump and his first 100 days in office. Dan Buffa, St. Louis sports writer and movie reviewer, jumps in to lighten the mood. Mark tells Dan about this game regarding picking a movie from every year that you were alive… that doesn’t last long and the two movie fans really get into discussing sequels and everything else about movies.

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What happens when you bring Jason Kull and Brandon Travis together in a room? Well you get this episode of The Q. The two guys join Mark to discuss the current situation with North Korea, but more from the point of view of Europe. France is in the middle of an hotly contested election and it’s starting to look like another ‘Trump-esque’ victor in Marie Le Pen. What does this mean for the region and the United States? Mark and his guests take a letter from a listener regarding Mark’s tendency to have tournaments of pop culture and the team also rank disaster movies.

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Did he really say that!? Yep. Sean Spicer stuck his foot in his mouth again and called concentration camps “Holocaust Centres”. Funny thing is that it’s not even the biggest story of the week. More crazy Trump things happened and Mark, Bobby and Jason dive in head first to all of them. Also, a guy decided to jump on Facebook Live and start killing people while streaming it. This leads to a discussion about the death penalty and the guys talk about their stances on the issue because of the Arkansas lethal injection stuff going down in the next 10 days.

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School shootings, bombing Syria and governors giving up their seats of power… it’s all in a normal week for one Donald J. Trump and for The Q staff to dissect. Jason Kull and Producer Bobby slip back into the seats of producer and co-host to help Mark break down all the fun. A murder-suicide takes the life of a teacher and 8-year-old student in San Bernadino, which raises the good ole 2nd Amendment question. This leads to a discussion of death and suicides on the internet that are filmed and the guys discuss all of it. After that, it’s Super Syria time as the boys discuss friend of the show, Donald Trump.

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Producer Bobby returns! Trump has been trying to downplay this Russia stuff and it’s not going well at all. Mark Bland, Producer Bobby and guest Brandon Travis look into this, plus the Gorsuch nomination. Mark has some grooming questions for Bobby and he reiterates a story from when he was going to the doctor. Where the story goes… no one will see this coming at all. Then Mark brings up some conspiracy talk and the boys try to figure out what makes the Top 5 conspiracy theories of all time. Who do you think made that list?

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