Adam takes a bite at foods with the worst truths by stating that Mexican drug cartels import most avacados, that the meat industry lies about health risks and manipulates opposers to side with them, and how corn subsidies changed the crop into the most overused and unhealthy food in American history.Read More
Adam reveals to a music-lover that white artists in the early days of rock-and-roll profited off of plagiarism, that Ticketmaster and Live Nation Entertainment have an unstoppable monopoly over concerts, why many of today's musicians are forced to sell out, and how record labels extort their artists due to the advent of streaming services.
Between the segments about rock-and-roll and concerts, Emily discusses earworms; and, between the segments about concerts and today's artists, she discusses the legal status of Happy Birthday to You.Read More
Adam reveals to a woman getting ready for a party how spiders actually benefit humanity, how bug parts are hidden inside everyday foods and a whole insect can be more nutritious than part of conventional livestock, and some bugs actually help the human body function properly.
Between the segments about food and the human body, Emily discusses what actually happens when a caterpillar becomes a butterfly; and, at the end of the episode, she discusses the eradication of mosquitoes.Read More
As Adam wraps up the show's third season, his self-doubt gets the best of him to reveal the show's biases, the inconsistencies and mistakes in previous episodes, the sinister agenda of advertising, and how advertisers shift the focus of the show.
Between the correction and advertising segments, Adam discusses the truth about dopamine.Read More