Writer, podcast, and provocateur Isaac Simpson is here, and we start off by talking Thanksgiving recipes and Turkey hacks. Get your sundial ready, because these brines take centuries. Josh has thrown out the recipe book, and starts telling people how to “season to taste.” Josh thinks food blogs are getting more gratuitous than ography, and some things (like making your own cinnamon rolls) can’t be unseen. Getting groceries delivered for Thanksgiving seems like a great idea, until none of it shows up. We talk about Lisa Bloom, and the startling realization that all lawyers are still lawyers. We talk about Isaac’s podcast “Not a Huge Fan” w/Charles Disney, and how Charles loves to stir shit. We talk about likability in comedy and whether or not it’s actually important. We talk about societies quickness to labeling, vs. truly researching, testing, and understanding problems. We talk about the recent rash of Hollywood harassment allegations - are they all good intentioned? What are the possible side effects? Enjoy this long episode that would’ve been longer if we didn’t stop recording for an hour.