The new TV season is here, and we have lots of thoughts and feels. Continue reading
Outrage is high about the free U2 album we were all given. We also talk Wonder Woman, and play a rousing game of “Which is Better?” Continue reading
An article in this week’s New York Times Magazine posits that nobody in America wants to grow up anymore. This week, the team argues childishly about that article.
Well, perhaps not childishly, but we do try to unpack the very dense article by A.O. Scott, “The Death of Adulthood in American Culture,” which you should probably read first before listing to this episode. Continue reading
The gang talks about gender roles in popular media, what the recently leaked nude celebrity photos say about us, and also this year’s Emmy Awards. It’s a lot more cheerful and happy than it sounds! Continue reading
A conversation about this weekend’s “purge” non-event leads to a larger discussion about where we are as a nation in terms of our underlying fears. The “sharing economy,” as seen in popular apps like Lyft and Uber and Airbnb, is the opening to a conversation on trust. We wax rhapsodical about the fantastic “Guardians of the Galaxy,” and then get emotional about the passing of Robin Williams.
On the Robin Williams topic: Rachel mentions a fantastic little relic called “Back to Neverland,” the full video of which can be viewed below:
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(Photo courtesy Touchstone Pictures.)
It’s a simple question, really. What’s the best Pixar movie? The conversation leads to an unlikely controversy about “The Incredibles.” We’ve also got a lengthy exploration of the Sarah Polley documentary “Stories We Tell,” and we’ve got a nice list of what to read next.
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