Mayor Harmon becomes label mates with Ice-T, which spurs Comptroller Jeff Davis into having Dan rattle off all his impressions. Mitch Hurwitz joins the group and when Spencer is out for the week, an abstract game of D&D ensues.
Net Neutrality activist Eddie Geller shines a light onto how our rights online are on their way out. This, naturally, agitates Mayor Harmon’s disenchantment with bureaucracy and capitalism. Meanwhile, Comptroller Jeff Davis and Kumail Nanjiani attempt to come up with something better to call it than “net neutrality.”
Mayor Harmon has some qualms with Uber, we check in with Adam Goldberg and SuperEgo’s Matt Gourley settles a dispute during D&D.
Harmontown does the 13th annual San Francisco Sketchfest, gets a drop in from Mystery Science Theater 3000’s Joel Hodgson and later on, the show goes straight Maury Povich.
Harmontown commemorates Phillip Seymour Hoffman, discusses happiness, takes a Sports Corner break and in Pathfinder, Laan-Ev introduces the gang to his friends.