Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard start off the episode innocently enough, talking about a Huffington Post article written by Rachel Selvin, who confesses to the occasional cry at work. Ethan then divulges the time he cried in a most unexpected time at KSL Broadcast house. Alex then starts crying just so Ethan doesn't feel so bad. No but seriously it was an interesting dive into emotions in the work place and when and when not to cry.
Plus, a story that ended up being less #zenheadlines than anticipated...
At one recently-opened pop-up restaurant in Japan, diners are warned that they very well might not get what they ordered — but surprisingly, it seems few patrons are complaining.
That's because waiters at the eatery, which is called 'The Restaurant of Order Mistakes', all have dementia and Alzheimer's. The guys think this sounds a bit mean and insensitive.