014 – “But, What About Me?” Asks The Straight White Man

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Spoilers For Season One of True Detective.

This week, Katey, Patches and Da7e are David-less as SXSW needs its documentaries judged and who better than David to judge things? This week’s answer is: “maybe the other three” as they throw down about the current pop culture crisis of masculinity that was introduced by Devin on last week’s Enemy Review. Then, Da7e has a new style of mini-game for Patches and Katey and the stakes (more podcast planning work!) have never been higher. Finally, the group processes True Detective: what did it all mean? What was the scope of the story and is it your own damn fault if you were let down? Those questions are certainly posed.

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00:00 – 00:42: Lightning Round: Visceral Scenes.

00:42 – 01:26   Intro: Welcome To Episode 14! 

01:26- 14:50   Tidbit: Masculinity Crisis!

14:50 – 21:13   Mini-Segment: Da7e’s Family Feud Style Game With No Elegant Name

21:13 – 48:31  Segment 3: True Detective in Review

48:31 – 50:38  Outro


This week’s music:

Family Feud Theme 1968
“From Any Road (Theme from True Detective)” by The Handsome Family


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