The show begins with producer Ken Lucas’ issues with Standards & Practices. We find out they offered Ken a job but he declined the position. We also learn that Ed Coleman’s salary is based on the amount of listeners for the show. We find out that Ed is lobbying for a chair on the Board of Directors. We dip into Ed’s RICO case and then we take a quick break. After the break, we meet the Unwinnable, Inc. Financial Guru, George Collazo. As George gets into investments, Stu shows up with his bodyguard, Romeo. George informs us that coal is the investment of the future. We try to help Stu with the Unwinnable Monthly crossword puzzle and then Ed insults Pittsburgh. Ed wants to know how to get rich quick and George suggests he invests in tacos. We hear about the Stu Initiative and then we end with a massive Chinese food order.
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