I came for the JFK episodes, which are brilliant, and I'm now branching out into some of the other ones. Truly, MSJ has nailed the JFK story, partly because he provides a LOT of context about what led up to the assassination, as well as a pretty plausible take on what went down in Dallas. What I found fascinating was that I had heard many of the tidbits that go into the JFK story, but never before pulled together into a coherent whole. I especially appreciated the "where are they now" bits that connected with headlines that I recall from the 90's and early 2000's (for instance, Porter Goss' stint at the helm of the CIA until a planeload of drugs showed up in Mexico during the W Bush years). MSJ is also a brilliant mimic, and each of the JFK episodes starts with a simulated conversation or radio broadcast that is both hilarious and deeply disturbing.