Episode: Parts Now Known - Colombia

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Parts Now Known - Colombia

Ray and Ben travel to South America for the first time to break down the Colombia episode. Katie makes her Spoon Mob Pod/Parts Now Known debut before the guys debate how safe the plane flight is and talk all things cocaine, cartels, and the war on drugs. Then Ray makes Ben wonder aloud about how America's involvement in slavery is perceived by the rest of the worlds history books and how America is currently perceived globally in 2020. Ray then highlights the similarities between where America is at now and where Colombia was at in 2013, Ben challenges Ray on his hate of shrimp, and they cover all the food scenes in the episode before digressing into an aside about the 2003 Tommy Lee Jones Benicio Del Toro action flick "The Hunted" and Ben's love for the 2007 Mark Wahlberg film "Shooter". They wrap things up by running through the categories and updating their best episode rankings lists.

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