Kurt Warner

This week we talk to former NFL Quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner, who has a new show on USA called "The Moment." The show gives ordinary people the opportunity to realize their dreams and rewrite their life stories. We also talk to Page CXVI, a great band that is making hymns accessible and known again. Plus, Tom Cruise, our NCAA basketball recap and the terrifying return of Petman.

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Bonus Content

Featured Videos

Check out Kurt Warner's new show, "The Moment"
Page CXVI, "Come Thou Fount"
Beware The Petman

No it's cool ... most human-sized robots wear gas masks and run on treadmills.

BigDog

Yeah, this doesn't look COMPLETELY TERRIFYING!

Episode Wiki

Notable Jokes & Runs

38:23 - Cameron's rant about 51:46 - Cameron jokes about confusing Low and Los Lonely Boys. Jesse takes the joke and runs with it for a while. his refusal to see anything that Tom Cruise is ever in.

Notable Guest Moments

21:22 - Introduction to Kurt Warner.

55:39 - Introduction to Page CXVI.

Other Notable Moments

2:49 - A discussion of French press vs. drip coffee.

12:14 - Jesse's slice about a robot that does exercises, made by Boston Dynamic. Cameron interrupts the slice to find out if Jesse has joined a takeover movement, and asks is Boston Dynamic is the company from Fringe. They theorize that Fringe was trying to warn us, and that's why it got canceled.

18:20 - Maya's slice about a Cookie Monster being arrested for pushing a child in Times Square.

21:36 - Tyler's slice about a burgler who was caught by the homeowners while robbing their house, feeding pudding to their guard dog.

41:30 - A discussion on whether it's more imporatant for an actor portraying a real person to look like them, or to act well.

48:10 - Relevent Recomments: Curt Vile, Low, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.

63:37 - Feedback to Question of the Week: "What unique job would you create for yourself?"

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Question of the Week

What things should we boycott?

Cameron has taken on the personal challenge of boycotting everything that has to do with Tom Cruise, from his movies to hilarious Youtube clips. Jesse wants to boycott fruit in salad (but not fruit salad). Maya is boycotting the sport of hockey. And Tyler is boycotting the decision to pair Chuck Taylors with formalwear. Since Christians seem to do a pretty good job of boycotting things, it made us wonder what else we should be boycotting. So our question to you this week is simple: what things should we start boycotting?

20 Comments

Jay Gray

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Jay Gray commented…

ALSO! I hope you all saw the Tesh skit on SNL last week. Amazing

Christine Schofield

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Christine Schofield commented…

I boycott glasses with no lenses under grounds of 2 Corinthians 4:2 - "we have renounced secret and shameful ways; we do not use deception"

Chad Floyd

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Chad Floyd commented…

I know you've discussed this, but I actually boycott all youtube videos that have been recorded vertically with a smartphone. I don't care how awesome your clip is or how on fire Jesus' paper mâché tomb is, I'm not watching your poorly formatted video.

I'm a youth pastor and I've often considered running up to mommies and daddies on sidelines and at plays and straight-up slapping their vertically recording devices right out of their hands.

matt bromley

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matt bromley commented…

Jesse, sad news for you... Tomato, Cucumber and Avocado - all FRUIT! How's that boycott going for you now???

Dave Courtney

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Dave Courtney commented…

For the record, I'm Canadian and I boycott all things hockey... and that includes the worst part about the sport, "hockey parents" and hockey kids.

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