Okay, it's late, and I don't want to listen to the whole thing now, so here are a few choice selections from the first few minutes.
Bald Guy to Caller: 'Do you have any good reason why you would believe anything that is unfalsifiable?'
Caller: 'I do care about the truth of [whether God exists], but it's unfalsifiable to me--I can't demonstrate it.'
Bald Guy: 'it makes sense, in the sense that I've heard other people say this before, and it doesn't make sense in that I have a really hard time grasping how anybody can both understand that they believe something but they don't have a good reason for and actually still believe it.'
Notice how the bald guy casually equates 'unfalsifiable' with having no 'good reason' to believe something. In this case, a 'good reason' is tacitly assumed to be an empirical observation (or possibly a logical proof, but that isn't relevant to the discussion). It's also worth noting that it's paradoxical to demand a good reason for everything anyone believes. In any case, we also get this priceless line:
Lady: 'I just wanted to say that accepting unfalsifiable things as true is not reasonable--so that's my only point.'
I'll also add this one to the file:
Bald Guy: 'By accepting a proposition which you don't know to be true, you are limiting you're limiting your options on your ability to discover what is actually true.'
This is so false it makes my teeth itch.