// "I always feel like somebody's watching me! ((And I have no privacy!))" //
On this hodgepodge installment of MULTIMEDIOCRITY: The Broadcast!, Talley & Doofin discuss Game of Thrones' sixth episode of its seventh season: the divisive, timeline-fudging "Beyond the Wall" and its major fallout (RIP Visy… well, sort of). The gents also touch on the state of our nation's political discourse, or lack thereof, and the recent public rise of the bad guys we thought Cap and Indy had already squashed.
They also run the pop culture gamut, bouncing from Rockwell to Harry Potter. From Kurosawa's "easterns" to Leone's spaghetti westerns. From underrated Coen Brothers films to underrated A-list actors. Plus, Talley questions whether several older celebrities are still alive, while Doofin offers a different take on Pontius Pilate. Come for the defense of early-2000s pop-punk, stay for the poor Al Pacino impressions.
SHOW NOTES & LINKS
— The previous episode: MULTIMEDIOCRITY #11 – "Getting Azor Ahai on Kickain"
— Opening Music: The Hold Steady – "Positive Jam" | Almost Killed Me (2004)
— Intro Song: Rockwell – "Somebody’s Watching Me" | (1984)
— Outro Song: Dead Kennedys – "Nazi Punks Fuck Off" | In God We Trust, Inc. (1981)
— Closing Music: Childish Gambino – "Fucks Given" | STN MTN / Kauai (2014)