In the first 'Teeing Off' of the season Rollins recaps the major headlines since the end of season one including the Democratic takeover of congress, Ted Foley's taste for congressional pages and the exposure of Britney's parts. Marilyn Manson discusses his first new album in four years "Eat Me, Drink Me," losing his identity and coming back to music, and taking the fall for Columbine. Janeane Garofalo gives her first 'Disquisition' exploring her relationship with technology. Peaches makes her uncut, uncensored television debut.
Rollins tees off on the internet and society. Ben Stiller discusses his upcoming projects, his roots and his relationship with comedy. The first 'Letter from Henry' of the season goes to David Beckham reminding him that he won't be the only metrosexual in Los Angeles. Ryan Adams and the Cardinals perform.
Rollins tees off on whether videogames are a welcome distraction or an unhealthy escape. John Waters discusses his new album, his relationship with the MPAA, the success of Hairspray, and surviving Hollywood. This episode's "Letter from Henry" goes to country star Toby Keith. The Mars Volta make their television debut with an unedited, unprecedented 13 minute musical performance.
A special episode celebrating the reunion of The Stooges. Rollins tees off on whether politicians can really be compared to rock stars. The Stooges (Iggy Pop, Ron Asheton, Scott Asheton, Mike Watt) discuss their 33 year hiatus and their new album "The Weirdness." In the first 'Drawing Conclusions' of the season Rollins tackles Wal Mart and its questionable effect on Middle America. The Stooges perform.