// "I had a feeling that I belonged, I had a feeling I could be someone, be someone" //
On this week's installment of MULTIMEDIOCRITY: The Broadcast!, your trusty hosts swoon over some melancholy music before Shawn's wifi drops out, wherein hilarity does not ensue. Once they regroup, the guys fall into the familiar pits of separating the art and the artist, searching for context and nuance, and selective outrage.
This time around, the rehashing of said topics is born out of the fallout from Harvey Weinstein and others' despicable behavior, and the subsequent #MeToo hashtag. After touching on everything from Chick-fil-A and Guy Fieri to THE LAST JEDI trailer and some Netflix originals, Doofin gives a progress report on his thus far underwhelming horror movie season watch list, while Talley hates on what Chipotle's trying to pass as edible queso.
SHOW NOTES & LINKS
— The previous episode: MULTIMEDIOCRITY #15 – "The Treacherous Path of Reasonable"
— Opening Music: The Hold Steady – "Positive Jam" | Almost Killed Me (2004)
— Intro Song: Tori Amos – "Cornflake Girl" | Under the Pink (1994)
— Outro Song: The Gaslight Anthem – "Angry Johnny & the Radio" | Sink or Swim (2007)
— Closing Music: Childish Gambino – "Fucks Given" | STN MTN / Kauai (2014)
— David Gray's cover of Soft Cell's "Say Hello Wave Goodbye"
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