Thanksgiving is traditionally the kickoff to the holiday season. It's a time of togetherness and overeating... and fist fights over political differences... and staring at your phone while ignoring your family. Jeremy Bradley comments about how the dynamic has changed since he was a kid. Plus, he also discusses being in the moment and why people shouldn't post their Wi-Fi password for guests attending their party. JB's rule: you leave your phone in a bag at the door and collect it when you leave. Later, Black Friday is here and you have to wonder if those people rolling on the floor tasering other shoppers in viral videos really want that cheap TV or if it's just the thrill of the chase. JB talks about bargain shopping and the competition it spurs.