Casey and Meesh are inspired by a Lifehacker article titled "Free Your Mind By Having Fewer Useless Opinions", so they talk about useless opinions before transitioning into a discussion about how empathy has changed throughout society over the years. The deeper topics are sandwiched in between the lighter topics of treadmill talk and positive shoutouts!
Rich and Meesh cover some of the early trending topics for the Penguins, including the play of Antti Niemi, the lack of playing time for Ryan Reaves, and what they would give up for Matt Duchene.
Casey and Meesh start by discussing why people quote-tweet so much on twitter, then continue into the topics of charities, social attention for non-authority figures, and breaking up your echo chamber on social media.
Every topic conceivable is discussed as Ryan, Casey, and Meesh consider most of the story lines from Season 7, contrast Season 7 to previous seasons, and come up with their potential endings for each main character as Game of Thrones approaches a conclusion...in 2019.
Ryan and Meesh find out that Casey seems to have written the Game of Thrones Season 7 finale as Meesh discusses his uneasiness through the episode while Casey says it all went as planned. Did Cersei fool anyone?
Zombies, zombie bears, and zombie dragons, oh my! Casey, Ryan, and Meesh talk about the confusing abilities of the white walkers, work through their annoyances with the Arya/Sansa story line, and talk about where they see the upcoming season finale heading for Game of Thrones.
The Eastwatch (Season 7, Episode 5) discussion of Game of Thrones gets tricky as Ryan, Casey, and Meesh try to determine if Littlefinger is fooling Arya or vice versa, whether Cersei is actually pregnant, and if it even matters that Jon Snow is theoretically a legitimate Targaryen.