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A recent talkshow episode has discussed a range of topics related to Thailand, from the bizarre to the tragic.

The episode began with a discussion of a recent video that has gone viral on social media. The video shows a tourist in Thailand smoking a blunt while riding an elephant. The incident has caused outrage among animal rights activists, who have called for stricter regulations on animal tourism in Thailand.

The episode then moved on to discuss the upcoming celestial event that will be visible in the skies of Thailand over the next few nights. Venus and Jupiter will be in close proximity to each other, creating a stunning sight for stargazers.

The talkshow then shifted to a more serious topic, with the discussion of a herd of 50 elephants that have becomeaddicted to sugarcane and have destroyed 2000 rai of crops in Thailand. The panel discussed the implications of this incident and the need for better conservation efforts in the country.

The episode then moved on to the tragic news of an American soldier who died during the Cobra Gold military exercise in Thailand. The soldiers death has been met with shock and sadness, and the panel discussed the implications of the incident and the need for greater safety measures during military exercises.

Finally, the episode discussed the increasing cost of flights to Thailand, which has made it too expensive for many people from the Chinese mainland. The panel discussed the implications of this and the need for cheaper travel options to Thailand.

Overall, the talkshow episode discussed a range of topics related to Thailand, from the bizarre to the tragic. From a tourist smoking a blunt while riding an elephant to the death of an American soldier during a military exercise, the episode provided an insight into the current issues facing the country. The panel also discussed the upcoming celestial event that will be visible in the skies of Thailand over the next few nights and the increasing cost of flights to Thailand.