Summary: Superfan Chris Jacobs recaps and reviews the latest episode of CBS Sunday Morning for Harrison Weinfeld, who has never seen the show.
Anthony Bourdain is remembered, followed by a discussion on the rise of suicide in the US. Heartwarming stories follow, including a Steve Hartman story that made Chris cry (as usual).
Chris and Harrison end the Yanny vs. Laurel debate once and for all, and Mo Rocca finds out just how British the Royals actually are
Chris and Harrison discuss a Sunday Morning in London - an entire episode of CBS Sunday Morning dedicated to the UK. Royal wedding, here we come!
Iceland's puffin patrol, barbershop quartets, and Steve Hartman makes Chris cry (once again).
John Lennon and Yoko Ono's bed in is remembered, odd student protests are explored, as well as bizarre festivals around the world
Stephen Hawking is remembered and we meet three incredible savants!
Chris and Harrison discuss the cease & desist letter sent to them by CBS, the year 1968 reveals itself to be worse than 2018 (so far), and a hotel with 3,000 keys on display is visited.
Sunday Morning celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Beatles winning 4 Grammy Awards for Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by replaying a segment about the significance of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band's release that we assume was broadcast in 2017 when the album actually turned 50 years old. Plus, Billy Graham dies, so we pay our respects by playing a trivia game about famous preachers of the 20th century.
Harrison guesses what Beyonce's favorite candy is (hint: it's sugar free), finds out how Kanye proposed to Kimmy K, and we reminisce on the Crash Test Dummy commercials. You can learn a lot from this podcast.
Ikea's founder is dead, We Are The World turns 33, and Neil Diamond Retires from touring.
The ultimate cocaine-fueled 80's driving machine turns 37 years old, disabled goats help people feel better about themselves, and college students need to learn how to chill out.
The debut episode of 'CBS Sunday Morning...Today'! Superfan Chris Jacobs recaps and reviews the latest episode of CBS Sunday Morning for Harrison Weinfeld, who has never seen the show. This week, Oprah interviews the founders of the 'Time's Up' movement, Mo Rocca interviews 6 elderly folks from Philadelphia about Gerrymandering, Nancy Giles laments all of the fitness product's she's purchased from 'As Seen on TV' infomercials, and more.