In Episode 167, David talks with the makers of the documentary, End Game, about assisted suicide in the United Kingdom, where it is currently illegal. Some people with devastating health conditions are fighting in the courts for the right to end their life with assistance. Others, more able to travel, go to Switzerland where lack of laws allow people to end their lives by drinking or injecting a fatal dose of drugs, in a way that it designed to be painless. Andi Reiss and Ollie Richards discuss both sides of the issue, from a man who changed his mind when he was able to get more state assistance, to a woman who is filmed ending her life at a Swiss clinic. The film is not currently available, but we will notify you when it is.