Hey, there all you strong, single-minded women (and men)! We've got some things to discuss with you. First, we have a lot of news, with the Emmy nominations being announced, Ta-Nehisi Coates' Between the World and Me getting a series at HBO, Mark's boyfriend, Edgar Wright, making a new comedy, and more. 

Our Recent Review is Radioactive and our Geriatric Cinematic is Frida. One gives a great example of a woman in love with the world, while the other is a great example of how not to write a story about anyone, let alone an accomplished woman.
If that's not enough for you, we also have our Variety Time, where we talk about John Krasinski and his thieving, entitled ways. Think we're joking? Listen and find out.

Next week's show is a Geriatric Cinematic racing match! The duo will have 2000's Gone In 60 Second race it out with 1974's Gone In 60 Seconds. Who will come out on top? You'll have to find out next week. The 2000 version is available to rent on Amazon, YouTube, and Apple TV. You can find the 1964 version to watch on Amazon Prime. 

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News - 5:44

Radioactive - 33:37

Spoilers - 46:21

Variety Time - Responsibility in the Media 1:03:09

Geriatric Cinematic - Frida (2002) 1:21:56

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