Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Episode 64 - The Art Of The Possible

Randy wanted non-cynical works of art about politics (I know, right)!   Joseph picked David McCullough's non-fiction book 1776, about that year in the American Revolution.  Amy picked the HBO film All The Way, the LBJ biopic starring Bryan Cranston.








What We're Liking Lately


  • Randy talked up BrainDead, sadly, not picked up for a second season but available on Amazon Prime.
  • Randy also is a bgi fan of Difficult People, the Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner Hulu original.
  • Joseph really enjoyed the Lili Tomlin and Julia Garner movie Grandma.
  • Finally, Joseph was surprised to enjoy the Mark Waid-penned Archie.



Show Notes

  • At one point we talked about why Canada never had a revolution against the UK.  This is a pretty good timeline of the whole process and how Canada technically became really independent as late as 1982.

  • Enjoy LBJ ordering pants:


  • The LBJ 1964 Democratic Convention Speech:



  • The trailer for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets:





On the Next Show


Joseph asked for thing that are Loopy But I Love It / Awesome People Doing Awesome Things.  Amy went with the insane 2007 movie Shoot Em Up and Randy went with the novel Roald Dahl's Matilda.









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