Paige Devitt (@paigesdevitt) is the writer of the web series “Three People” starring former guest Alyssa Sabo. It’s graduation season, and that means commencement speeches. We recount our own and wonder why they never seem to make the impact they are intended to. We meditate on “peak TV” and make some hard choices over which shows we will keep watching. Two tourists at Yellowstone tried to be good citizens by “saving” a baby bison, instead they unleashed hell.
Sunday, May 29, 2016
Sunday, May 22, 2016
Megan Hayes joins us this week. She recently returned from Atlanta, where she’s also from, having co-starred in the two person play, “Sex with Strangers.” You might recognize her from “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” where she plays the Morphling who saves Peeta. Do video games ever translate well to the big screen? We discuss. There was a reaping of TV shows last week - what survived and what got cancelled? Corporate branding is getting out of hand and Will has some thoughts. A man in Israel is trying to sue God - because why not?
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Jon Weinberg starred and directed the upcoming indie film “Funeral Day” - we talk to him about it. Harriet Tubman is coming to a bill near you; which awesome historical figures haven’t received proper cinematic obeisance? Radiohead messed with the internet - do we care? Louis CK recently performed in Oxnard, CA - something tells me that this sleepy agricultural town was not equipped for the hipster invasion.
Sunday, May 8, 2016
Daniel Sol (@hollyshorts) and Shani Rotkovitz (anyalways) join us this week from the Hollyshorts film Festival to discuss film festival stuffs. Prince died - we finally get around to discussing. Loveliness ended - we finally get around to discussing. Beyonce dropped a new album, and not everyone is so excited. The Beefy Crunch Burrito is back - everyone rejoice!