This week, we take a deep dive into my objections about recently-deposed New Yorker staff writer Jeffrey Toobin, and why I no longer watch CNN. It’s not our best episode, but we do also explore the career of Law Professor Alan Dershowitz and it almost gets interesting but then stops short of that mark.
On tonight’s installment of the CatSounds podcast, I’ll breakdown what I expect, what I see as unlikely, and what I expect in the long term. If you don’t want to stay glued to the TV but want 35 minutes of me talking about who’s about to president, this is the podcast for you.
This week—it’s just me. Telling you how I am. It’s an update from the furthest reaches of the darkest corners of the outer banks of myself. But also, some commentary on 38 Special’s 1981 hit “Hold on Loosely,” and, naturally, to Jeffrey Toobin’s more recent incidence of holding on, though whether tightly or loosely remains, sadly unknown.
This week we take a deep dive into Miramax’s recent announcement that they’re preparing a–sigh–remake of 1999’s She’s All That.
A big deep dive into the scammy world of MULTI LEVEL MARKETING, with various insight from my lifetime of astute observating PLUS Garden Grove’s Phat Bui has a new commercial, and it’s a winner.
This week we confront the confounding philosophical dilemma of personal identity over time, with references to the work of Dr. David Kyle Johnson and some discussion of time travel movies like Shane Carruth’s Primer (2004) but also some digs at George Lucas.
First, a good long rant about the current coronavironment, then it’s back to 1992 for some blathering on about Robert Altman’s The Player.
This week—we check in with HBO Max where things are feeling a little drawn out, then it’s back to 1995 as we relive the classic teen comedy “Angus,” which terminates in me telling a true Hollywood story about my prior career as an intern on Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show, where I once had an unforgettable […]
On this week’s big important show: Biden and Trump are locked in a race to the bottom, but Biden sinks faster. Cancel culture continues constraining consumable content. And that’s really it. There’s not more show than that. Slate.com’s roundup of things that are being scrubbed from public consumption for being “problematic.” The racist, unscientific, and […]
This week: Rodeo clown has poor showing in Tulsa / Wisconsin now controlled by violent, confused mobs / Miley Cyrus’s “Party in the USA” must replace problematic National Anthem Film retrospective: Boogie Nights Current film review: Lucy in the Sky Join the Campaign to change our National Anthem to Miley Cyrus’s “Party in the USA” […]