Episode 4: This is Just What My Face Looks Like

Today on the podcast Kath and Miró discuss Amy Schumer’s ‘Girl, You Don’t Need Makeup‘ video and why Miró chooses to look like a 12-year-old on the reg. We review All the Way, a play about President LBJ and the 1964 Civil Rights Act at Austin’s Zach Theatre (and soon to be dramatized for HBO).

Also, why LBJ and Elvis are oh so alike, Rhianna’s Chinese pizza dress, and how old is Ralph Lauren, really?!
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Links from the episode: Amy Schumer’s Girl, You Don’t Need Makeup music video
All the Way at the Zach Theatre
All the Way Wikipedia Page
Bryan Cranston to star in HBO’s adaptation of All the Way
Rhianna’s Met Gala pizza dress — warning: photoshopped (in case you are as blind as Miró)
China: Through the Looking Glass now open at the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute
Kim Kardashian’s selfie book (aptly titled “Selfish”) — 2.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon

Intro song: Strange Overtones by David Byrne & Brian Eno
Image credit – some guy at the Zach Theatre 
Outro song: Stay in School by Otis Redding

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Episode 2: In A World… Where Everything’s Free

Kathryn and Miró wax poetic about Tig Notaro and how Trevor Noah needs to take page out of her book. But should he delete those terrible tweets? Should we all have the “Right to be Forgotten”? Also, why Tidal may not be the end of the world.

Oh, and Kath reads a gorgeous Yeats poem.
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Links from the show:
Tig Notaro
In a World (movie with Tig Notaro)
Right to be Forgotten – debate on NPR
Bipartisan article on Tidal
Anti-Tidal article
More info on Tidal
Mumford and Sons diss Tidal

Intro song: Strange Overtones by David Byrne & Brian Eno
Image credit