It's interesting artificial intelligence!

Back from their mandatory cool-down period following the Odell Beckham trade, Zach and Willys discuss their impressions of the Giants' offseason so far. With the most interesting player on the team now playing for a franchise that's famous for losing, they ponder what they will talk about going forward and how they'll continue to deliver #premiumcontent to the ever-deserving Ones. They also analyze how likely a Josh Rosen acquisition for Big Blue really is, and take a quick look at what the club will do at the draft later this month.

Other topics discussed include robots that play instruments, sushi, Zach's superhuman ability to stay awake, and some hot microphone shade.

Were there any stats‽

The Bluethers welcome back special expert and resident New England sports correspondent Ethan Rothstein to break down one of the least entertaining Super Bowls in years. The gang discusses how little there was to discuss, how hard it is to root for Boston sports teams, and how buckets of undefined food make America truly one-of-a-kind.

Other topics analyzed in this episode include when identity theft may be legal, where not to buy chicken tenders, and how the episode sign-off needs more practice.

Listen up, Ones, and happy offseason!

As always, our introductory theme music is composed by Kevin MacLeod. You can find more of his work at incompetech.com.

Our theme starts with a few seconds of "The Curtain Rises," and quickly fades into "Take a Chance." Both pieces are licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License. For more information on the license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.

Ethan, say Blueth!

The Bluethers welcome a very special guest to the show this week: Mr. Ethan Rothstein, a fan of nearly everything from Boston and Dave Matthews. The newly formed triumvirate preview the Super Bowl, discuss officiating and the infuriating ending to the NFC Championship Game, and make a quick round through baseball's offseason. They also spend some time on whether and/or when Josh Rosen will appear on the pod. To top it all off, Ethan leaks extremely important national security secrets, so tune in for that if nothing else.

As always, our introductory theme music is composed by Kevin MacLeod. You can find more of his work at incompetech.com.

Our theme starts with a few seconds of "The Curtain Rises," and quickly fades into "Take a Chance." Both pieces are licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License. For more information on the license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.

I'll give you a hint: boink boink!

The Giants are 1-0 in the playoffs this year, or we can at least assume as much given the club’s general stance toward creative interpretations of success over the last few months. The biggest news out of Big Blue World this week is all about Josh Rosen, so the Bluethers take this once-in-a-lifetime chance to talk even more than usual about Josh Rosen. They take a look back at Wild Card Weekend, compare their predictions, and look ahead to the NFL’s Round of 8. Zach and Willys also break down the latest developments for elite quarterback prospects and take a lesson about football from the GOAT, President Abraham Lincoln.

That used to be my anger!

In the much-anticipated Season Finale of An Inconvenient Blueth, the Bluethers recap the final two games of the Giants' 2018 campaign with an eye toward anything that isn't explicitly or substantively related to the 2018 campaign. They take an initial look at the big offseason questions hanging over Corporate Insurance Stadium, including the fate of Eli Manning and what the Giants may choose to do with the sixth overall pick in the draft, and highlight some unexpected lessons from the otherwise depressing year that was for Big Blue.

Other topics discussed in this episode include which kind of jersey to purchase from the NFL store, the Big Ben v. Eli debate that nearly dismantled the Perry family on a recent car ride, whether or not Zach is an accredited doctor according to NFL rules, and how many body parts count as multiple body parts. In the word of the President, "Enjoy!"