In honor of April Fool’s Day, this week’s episode is about being fooled, specifically quantitative things that can fool you, accompanied by some classic songs about being fooled. Along the way, Greg and Patrick also discuss ukus, the spaghetti harvest, sucker!, meet the new boss, traditions of doing things wrong, naked garbage bag poker, old man rants, rich Facebook friends, The Scarlet R, ar-ar-ar-ar-ar, bugs versus features, sucking statistically significantly less, farewell tours, seabirds (with a white wine reduction), and Mother’s Day.
S1E12: Measurement (Non)Invariance — Can We Ever Fail to Not Incorrectly Reject It?
S1E14: Model Fit & The Curse of the Black Pearl
S2E22: Outliers — And Then Things Got Weird
S2E32: Lies, Damned Lies, and Random Samples