Author Neal Pollack joins us to discuss his funny new book, "Repeat," to reminisce about the scruffy 90s, and to offer straight talk on what it takes to win (which he actually did, three times). We also take a look at Mad Men in a segment we're calling "the long slow:" Is our beloved Mad Men in a rut? What's the hidden value of TV shows that overstay their welcome?
In A Chaser segment, Joe Gross talks to us about happening this Saturday, and in A Toast, we talk about a creepy podcast episode, Amy Schumer on Friday Night Lights, Marvel's Daredevil on Netflix, and more. Basically, if you watch any TV AT ALL, you should listen to this episode.
We also have our VERY FIRST SPONSORSHIP, EVER!!! It involves a giveaway from Age of Adeline, and we're very excited about it. Listen for details!
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