Ep. I - An Interview With Merrick Garland
The Chronicler-in-Chief sits down with Attorney General Merrick Garland for an overview of the legal troubles facing Donald Trump.
Ep. II - Unfinished Business
Donald stands trial for his infamous phone call to Georgia Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger. What will be his excuse? Something to do with Schubert?
Ep. III - Haggis
Donald stands trial for his violation of the Domestic Emoluments Clause regarding the Trump Turnberry Resort in Scotland. It all comes down to the National Dish of Scotland.
Ep. IV - Kiss Me, Kate
It’s Ivanka’s turn. Are you really surprised that a kissing booth is involved? How about Andrew Cuomo?
Ep. V - Which Witch
Abbott and Costello’s famous “Who’s on First” skit meets up with little Bartholomew Trump and the Salem Witch Trials.
Ep. VI - Not Me, Your Honor
On the witness stand, Donald admits he sent the mob to the Capitol Building. But why? And who doesn’t like ethnic restaurants?
Ep. VII - Bingo
A huge explosion at Mar-a-Lago. An even bigger insurance claim. All this over a little game of bingo. The judge’s reaction?
Ep. VIII - The Play's the Thing
Barron Trump lands the leading role in his school play – an adaptation of The Trial of Socrates, called The Trial of Dumpcrates. Was the guilty verdict rigged?
Ep. IX - A Perfect Plan
Is that Dr. Rochelle Walensky hanging out with ex-Mossad agents? And, please, can someone decide whether it’s Kiev or Kyiv?
Ep. X - Color Me Red
It’s Melania’s turn – and Ralph Lauren passes judgment. Ho ho ho. Merry Christmas.
Ep. XI - The Flip
Donald appears to be getting off Scot-free from charges of tax and insurance fraud in New York. Until a surprise witness takes the stand, that is.
Ep. XII - Hop To It
Stormy Daniels, marsupials, and freshly scented grass. This sounds interesting.
Ep. XIII - Shreds of Evidence
Why does Donald rip up papers? Does he own a confetti factory? Or is it a rare neurological disorder? We hear from expert witness, Dr. Bernhardt Schultz.
Ep. XIV - The Gazpacho Papers (Part 1)
What’s in those 15 boxes of documents at Mar-a-Lago that Donald wants to keep private? Looks like a bunch of letters, including one from Pope Francis. Listen in as they’re read out loud.
Ep. XV - The Gazpacho Papers (Part 2)
But why are those boxes at Mar-a-Lago in the first place? And why are they called the “Gazpacho Papers?” Unlike gazpacho, this trail runs hot.
Ep. XVI - Waiter, My Soup Is Cold
It’s evening entertainment time at Mar-a-Lago. And the winners get to join Ivanka at the kissing booth.
Ep. XVII - Certifiable
Rudy shows up – and he pleads guilty! We get the definitive explanation of why the Fake Electors Plot failed.
Ep. XVIII - The January 6 Committee
Donald testifies before the January 6 Committee…if the Chairman can control his unruly boys, that is (Kinzinger and Raskin). How can one blame this one on bone spurs?
Ep. XIX - J'Accuse!
A modern-day take on the Dreyfus Affair. But who will play the role of journalist Emile Zola?
Ep. XX - Patty Hearst
The Republican Party goes on trial. Will they blame things on the Symbionese Liberation Army?
Ep. XXI - Judge Judy (Part 1)
Donald goes on trial for obstruction of justice in Judge Judy’s courtroom. Just guess who the boss is.
Ep. XXII - Judge Judy (Part 2)
After record-breaking ratings from part 1, the show returns for its cliffhanger conclusion.
Ep. XXIII - I'll Take the Cat
Melania sits down with Donald. Ivanka sits down with Jared. That’s all I’m saying.
Ep. XXIV - Sheikh Yerbouti
Say the episode name three times – fast. That’s all you need to know.
Ep. XXV - Perchance to Dream
Donald has trouble sleeping. Melania gives him an old country potion. He sleeps…and he dreams.
Ep. XXVI - The Hague
This city in the western Netherlands is home to the International Criminal Court. They’ve arranged for Donald to visit them.
Ep. XXVII - Denouement
In which the post-trial lives of many of our characters are revealed.