Penn interviews and catches up with his oddly close old friend LOD.
Penn, Matt talk with Dustin about his recent gig in China and surviving life there as a round eye.
) & Holly Dunsworth (Sociology & Anthropology department chair for the University of Rhode Island) tell us when we learned about where babies come from.
James Turrell’s light experiments, skinny dipping in the Jurassic Park Experience at Marion Bay, & Penn’s Vermeer.
Penn visits Newtek founder Tim Jenison at The Museum of Old & New Art in Tasmania, where Tim’s exhibit & experiments are currently on display.
Penn also addresses the Chicago time capsule that wasn’t.
Penn & the crew discuss the November 13 terrorist attacks in France, then talk to the Desert Bus For Hope charity at Fuhrman’s facts, & Penn runs out of gas in his electric car. Phil Robertson defends atheism accidentally; Indiana revives the gay cake argument for free speech; Penn’s New York Times article about electing an atheist president; & a congregation member loses his job for listening to Penn’s Sunday School.
Tim’s Vermeer, MONA’s unique collection & its patron David Walsh.