Chris and Andy recap a busy weekend in culture by breaking down the 'Game of Thrones' season premiere, Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' (8:00), Prince's passing and everlasting impact (18:00), and the return of 'Jason Bourne' (32:00).
Mays and Mallory break down the big Eagles-Browns trade with resident Eagles fan Chris Ryan and resident Browns apologist Matt Borcas (22:00). Then they discuss the "draftnik nonsense" of "red flags" (39:00) and the "bluechip battle of the week" (47:00) featuring Reggie Ragland and Darron Lee, and wrap it up with a mailbag to examine Josh Norman's next move.
Jon and Dan break down New York’s big winners, Trump's "reset button" (3:00), Bernie's bleak outlook (12:00), Hillary's hopes for Sanders support (18:00), and new ways to recruit millennial voters (25:00). Then, ‘Today’ co-anchor Savannah Guthrie joins (28:00) to discuss covering the White House beat and the transition into mainstream television.
Juliet and Amanda advocate for Australian biosecurity by breaking down Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's apology video. Then, they tackle the greatest moments in celebrity apology with Ariana Grande (16:00), Kristen Stewart (25:00), Kanye West (32:00), and Jeremy Piven (36:00).
Andy and Chris prepare for the 'Game of Thrones' premiere with help from Mallory Rubin and Jason Concepcion (16:30). Then, Oscar-winning director Richard Linklater joins (42:00) to discuss his new film, 'Everybody Wants Some!!'
Mays and Mallory make sense of the Rams-Titans trade involving the no. 1 pick, discuss prospect of the week Emmanuel Ogbah, break down the top DB's, make their case for Mackensie Alexander, and wrap it up with a mailbag.
Jon and Dan recap the major story lines of the week: Bill Clinton's finger-wagging, De Blasio's botched bit with Hillary, President Obama's 'GoT' viewership, Trump's new hires, and Cruz's craziness. Then, former White House adviser and actor Kal Penn hops on the line to break down Bernie's hopes for the nomination, pushing grassroots political action, and Obama's legacy.