The EST gangs reviews the final set up Supreme Court decisions, including major opinions on religious freedom, Pres. Trump's records, and who controls half of Oklahoma.

Barrett Fisher and Sam Mulberry meet up in the video store to talk about the 1948 film The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and to get Barrett's film recommendation for next week.

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio are in the studio to talk about the tweet of the week which leads to a discussion of the most pathetic food to eat while crying.

Professors Gehrz and Mulberry chew the fat on some words that really aren’t even close to rhyming with Gehrz.

Barrett Fisher and Sam Mulberry meet up in the video store to talk about the 2007 film Persepolis and to get Barrett's film recommendation for next week.

@Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio are in the studio to talk about the tweet of the week which leads to a discussions of buddy cops, 1980s movie premises, and hot goblins.

Sara Shady is joined by Chris Moore (Election Shock Therapy and The 252) and Sam Mulberry to talk about the ethics surrounding the reopening of America during COVID-19 on both a societal and personal level.

The EST crew, along with EST alum Mitchell Krumm, break down another week's worth of momentous Supreme Court decisions.  DACA, religious liberty, and abortion all come up for consideration.

Barrett Fisher and Sam Mulberry meet up in the video store to talk about the 2016 film Life, Animated and to get Barrett's film recommendation for next week.

The EST crew reunites with Mitchell Krumm to discuss the Supreme Court decision in Bostock vs. Clayton County, which has monumental implications for legal treatment of sexual orientation and gender identity in American society. 

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