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  1. Tom Hanks2017/10/18
    Actor Tom Hanks talks to host Linda Holmes about his new short story collection Uncommon Type, the cosmos, David S. Pumpkins, Nora Ephron, men dancing in shrimp costumes, and how the film industry is changing.
  2. Will & Grace and What's Making Us Happy2017/10/13
    NBC's Will & Grace is back for at least two revival seasons, more than 10 years after it went off the air the first time. But is the sitcom still relevant in 2017? Guests: Tobin Low and Kathy Tu, Co-Hosts of Nancy from WNYC Studios.
  3. The Good Place2017/10/11
    A discussion of the NBC comedy The Good Place, which stars Kristen Bell and Ted Danson. We're big fans of the show, and it's from one of the creators of Parks and Recreation and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It's funny and weird and packed with jokes, and it's all about the afterlife. Guest: Producer Emeritus and Music Director Mike Katzif.
  4. Blade Runner 20492017/10/06
    Writer Chris Klimek joins Stephen Thompson and Glen Weldon to discuss Denis Villeneuve's sequel to the Ridley Scott cult classic Blade Runner.
  5. The Princess Bride And Remembering Tom Petty2017/10/04
    This year The Princess Bride turns 30, so we decided to discuss the film and its enduring legacy. Plus, we take a moment to remember rock legend Tom Petty, who died Monday at the age of 66. Guest: Code Switch's Kat Chow.
  6. Battle of the Sexes and What's Making Us Happy2017/09/29
    The new film, starring Emma Stone as Billie Jean King and Steve Carell as Bobby Riggs, the players facing off in one of the most famous tennis matches in history. Plus, what's making us happy this week. Guest: Writer Katie Presley.
  7. Movie Roundup: The LEGO Ninjago Movie, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, And Mother! 2017/09/27
    Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, and Glen Weldon discuss three recent releases then look back at their summer box office predictions.
  8. Fall Movie Preview2017/09/22
    As summer gives way to fall, blockbusters give way to award contenders. Critics Linda Holmes, Bob Mondello, Tasha Robinson, and Bilal Quershi share some of the best, buzziest and otherwise noteworthy films coming to theaters.
  9. Emmy Awards 20172017/09/18
    NPR's TV critic joins the gang for a look at this year's Emmy Awards. The Handmaid's Tale , Big Little Lies , Saturday Night Live , Veep and Atlanta all won multiple awards in major categories, on a night that rarely strayed far from current events. Also, we take a moment to remember actor Harry Dean Stanton.
  10. The Deuce and What's Making Us Happy2017/09/15
    The gang tackles David Simon's new HBO drama about the rise of the adult-film industry in New York's Times Square. And, as always, What's Making Us Happy this week. Guests: Weekend Edition Books Editor Barrie Hardymon and Writer Katie Presley.
  11. People We're Pulling For2017/09/13
    It's Been a Minute host Sam Sanders and writer Katie Presley join Glen Weldon and Stephen Thompson for an old favorite: People We're Pulling For. The panel explains why props to a comedian, a TV mogul, a wonderfully eccentric author and a deeply dry character actor all get our stamp of approval.
  12. Outlander2017/09/08
    Weekend Edition Book Editor Barrie Hardymon and librarian Margaret Willison chat with Linda about Outlander, a sexy time-travel fantasy series currently airing on Starz. The series is based on a popular series of romance novels by Diana Gabaldon.
  13. Mother-Daughter Directors Nancy Meyers and Hallie Meyers-Shyer2017/09/06
    Nancy Meyers is the filmmaker behind comedies like Something's Gotta Give and It's Complicated. Now her daughter, Hallie Meyers-Shyer, is joining the family business with her debut film Home Again, which stars Reese Witherspoon. Host Linda Holmes talks to the mother-daughter team about working together, the challenges of making an indie rom-com, and building worlds through beautiful homes.
  14. Lake Bell and What's Making Us Happy2017/09/01
    Director, writer, and actor Lake Bell talks about the making of her new film I Do... Until I Don't , the way her British friends hang up the phone, and her fascination with unseen voices.
  15. Game of Thrones2017/08/30
    Game of Thrones just wrapped its penultimate season, so we sit down for a spoiler-packed discussion with our pals Gene Demby, Barrie Hardymon, and Tasha Robinson.
  16. The MTV VMAs and Taylor Swift2017/08/28
    Music writers Sarah Ventre and Marissa Lorusso join us to discuss Taylor Swift's new single and a disjointed MTV Video Music Awards hosted by Katy Perry.
  17. Fall TV Preview2017/08/25
    The broadcast, cable and streaming networks have a lot on tap for the remainder of 2017. We talk about what we are excited to watch and what we think we survive cancellation
  18. Logan Lucky2017/08/23
    Steven Soderbergh's racetrack heist film opened small for a big director, but its strong cast (Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, and Daniel Craig) and unusual release strategy make it a lot of fun to talk about. Guests: Culture writers Chris Klimek and Danielle Henderson.
  19. Regrettable Television Pop Quiz2017/08/18
    Sam Sanders (NPR's It's Been A Minute) joins the panel for the Regrettable Television Pop Quiz, in which the gang shares their knowledge about trashy television of the past and present.
  20. Judith Light From 'Transparent,' 'Ugly Betty' And 'Who's The Boss?'2017/08/16
    Actress Judith Light talks to host Linda Holmes her roles as Shelly Pfefferman on Transparent, Angela Bower on Who's The Boss?, and Karen Wolek on One Life To Live.
  21. A Guide to Stephen King2017/08/11
    Dark Tower is a snooze, so instead we talk about some of our favorite Stephen King books and film adaptations. Guests: Weekend Edition Books Editor Barrie Hardymon and The Verge's TV and Film Editor Tasha Robinson.
  22. Detroit2017/08/09
    We discuss Kathryn Bigelow's new film Detroit. Its intense and unsettling depictions of police brutality in the summer of 1967, Detroit got under the panel's skin in different ways. Guests: Gene Demby (NPR's Code Switch) and Aisha Harris (Slate).
  23. Insecure2017/08/04
    We check back in on Issa Rae's HBO comedy series Insecure as it kicks off its tighter, more assured second season. Plus, What's Making Us Happy this week. Guest: Brittany Luse, co-host of The Nod podcast.
  24. Atomic Blonde2017/08/02
    Film critic Chris Klimek joins us to talk Atomic Blonde, a stylish and visceral spy thriller set in 1989 Berlin. It co-stars Charlize Theron and a really impressive wig.
  25. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets2017/07/28
    We review the bonkers space opera Valerian, a passion project of director Luc Besson. Guest: Aisha Harris, host of Slate's Represent podcast.
  26. Girls Trip2017/07/26
    The "surprising" success of the raunch-com Girls Trip didn't particularly surprise us; we talk about precisely where this "out-of-nowhere" hit came from. Guests: Code Switch's Gene Demby and Slate's Aisha Harris.
  27. Dunkirk2017/07/21
    NPR Music's Daoud Tyler-Ameen joins the panel for a discussion of the new film Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan's World War II epic.
  28. Twin Peaks: The Return2017/07/19
    We sort out the adventures of Dale Cooper and the other residents of Twin Peaks: what works, what doesn't, and whether there's such a thing as "understanding." Plus, we remember George Romero, Martin Landau, and celebrate a new Doctor. Guests: NPR TV critic Eric Deggans and The Verge's TV and Film Editor Tasha Robinson.
  29. Spider-Man: Homecoming and Tour de Pharmacy2017/07/14
    All Things Considered host Audie Cornish joins the panel for discussions about Marvel's Spider-Man: Homecoming and Andy Samberg's HBO special Tour de Pharmacy.
  30. Baby Driver and When Auteurs Meet Film Franchises2017/07/07
    First, a discussion of Baby Driver, Edgar Wright's fun new action film with Code Switch co-host Gene Demby and It's Been a Minute host Sam Sanders. Then, Code Switch co-host Shereen Marisol Meraji and the panel dive into what happens when auteur directors helm big film franchises. Plus, what's making us happy this week.
  31. Pop Culture Summer Stories And 'Playing House'2017/06/30
    This week, All Things Considered host Audie Cornish joins the panel to chat about how they spent their summers growing up. Plus, a conversation with best friends Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham of USA's Playing House.
  32. GLOW And Lena Waithe2017/06/23
    This week, the panel discusses Netflix's new wrestling comedy GLOW with NPR's Code Switch Kat Chow. Then, we bring you a conversation we recently had in Los Angeles with Master of None actress and writer Lena Waithe.
  33. Wonder Woman And The Tony Awards2017/06/16
    This week, the panel talks about Wonder Woman — or Diana, Princess of Themyscira — with NPR Books Editor Petra Mayer. Then, they shift the spotlight to the stage to talk about the Tony Awards with critics Trey Graham and Chris Klimek.
  34. When To Break Up With Television And Pop Culture Advice With Mallory Ortberg2017/06/09
    This week, we bring you two unaired segments from our fall tour. First, All Things Considered host Audie Cornish helps us figure out when to quit a television show — and when to stick it out to the bitter end. Then, Mallory Ortberg (Slate's Dear Prudence) answers some pop culture advice questions.
  35. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Derivative Culture2017/06/02
    This week the panel is prepping for a few live shows, so we decided to revisit one of our favorite episodes from 2015. Code Switch's Kat Chow joins us for a chat about the Netflix series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and and the line between inspired and derivative when it comes to culture.
  36. Alien: Covenant and Veep2017/05/26
    Film critic Chris Klimek joins the panel for a chat about the new Ridley Scott film Alien: Covenant and HBO's Veep.
  37. Master of None and Snatched2017/05/19
    On this week's show, Gene Demby from NPR's Code Switch and NPR TV critic Eric Deggans join us for a conversation about the second season of Master Of None and the very silly film Snatched .
  38. The Handmaid's Tale and a New Comedy2017/05/12
    The panel talks about the harrowing TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel, then switches gears to check in on the NBC comedy Great News , from – among others – executive producer Tina Fey. Guests: Code Switch's Leah Donnella and Weekend Edition Books Editor Barrie Hardymon
  39. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and W. Kamau Bell2017/05/05
    This week we discuss Marvel's space action-comedy Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2. Plus, a conversation we recently had in Chicago with comedian and writer W. Kamau Bell.
  40. Summer Movie Preview 20172017/04/28
    All Things Considered Host Audie Cornish joins us for our annual summer movie preview. We break down what we are excited to watch, what we think will smash box office records, and what we think will lose millions of dollars.
  41. The Fate of the Furious, Plus Clapbacks and Feuds2017/04/21
    Code Switch's Gene Demby and critic Chris Klimek join the gang for a discussion of latest installment of the Fast and the Furious franchise. Then, it's time for a discussion of clapbacks and feuds recorded live in Chicago with our NPR's Sam Sanders.
  42. Changing Colors in Comics and RuPaul's Drag Race2017/04/14
    The panel is on the road this week, so we are bringing you two special treats. First, you'll hear an episode of Code Switch that explores how comics are used as spaces for mapping race and identity. Then, we revisit our conversation about RuPaul's Drag Race which first aired in 2014.
  43. S-Town and Chewing Gum2017/04/07
    The panel dissects the new podcast S-Town, the latest project from the team behind Serial and This American life. Then, they'll chat about Chewing Gum, a british sex comedy that's now streaming on Netflix. Guest: Librarian Margaret H. Willison.
  44. Dave Chappelle and CHiPs2017/03/31
    First we review Dave Chappelle's new Netflix stand-up specials with Code Switch's Gene Demby and For Colored Nerds co-host Brittany Luse. Then, we discuss the action comedy CHiPs with Morning Edition host David Greene. Plus, what's making us happy.
  45. Beauty and the Beast & SXSW2017/03/24
    The panel discusses a tale as old as time, Disney's remake of Beauty and the Beast. Then, they share what bands and films they saw at SXSW. Guest: Katie Presley, Bitch Media's music editor.
  46. Memes, Fads, Advice, and Neil Gaiman2017/03/17
    Comedian Guy Branum joins the panel for a discussion about why some fads and memes endure and others fade away. Then, the panel offer some pop culture advice to listeners. Plus, NPR Books Editor Petra Mayer talks to Neil Gaiman about his new book Norse Mythology.
  47. Get Out and The Americans2017/03/10
    This week, we'll get very unsettled by the very successful film, Get Out , and we'll catch up with the intrigue of The Americans as it returns for its fifth season. Plus, what's making us happy this week. Guests: Code Switch's Kat Chow and Gene Demby.
  48. Big Little Lies and Feud2017/03/03
    This week, we'll drop in on the volatile suburban surroundings of HBO's Big Little Lies , and we'll consider Ryan Murphy's high-drama look at Hollywood legends in Feud. Guest: NPR Editor Barrie Hardymon.
  49. The Oscars Were Crazy2017/02/27
    It wasn't a terribly exciting or unusual Academy Awards telecast — until all of a sudden, it made all kinds of history.
  50. Our Oscars Preview2017/02/22
    NPR film critic Bob Mondello joins us for our annual Oscars Omnibus: We talk the nominees for Best Picture, some of the hottest races, and make some predictions we may regret later. Plus, what's making us happy this week.
  51. Justin Timberlake2017/02/21
    Morning Edition Host David Greene talks with singer and actor Justin Timberlake about how it feels to be an Oscar nominee, his boy band past, and progress on his upcoming album. (A shorter version of this interview aired on Morning Edition on February 10, 2017.)
  52. Legion and Planet Earth II2017/02/17
    Television critic Alan Sepinwall joins us for a discussion of the new FX series Legion, which is based on an obscure X-Men character and adapted by Fargo's Noah Hawley. Then, they'll chat about Planet Earth II, the BBC nature documentary series that is now airing in the United States.
  53. Philip Pullman To Follow-Up 'His Dark Materials' Trilogy2017/02/14
    Glen Weldon talks to author Philip Pullman about his return to the world of Lyra Belacqua, who we first met in The Golden Compass. The first volume of the new trilogy will be published in October.
  54. Small Batch: The Grammys2017/02/13
    NPR Music's Jacob Ganz and Stephen Thompson join Linda Holmes for a discussion of Beyoncé, Adele, Chance the Rapper, Bruno Mars, and much more.
  55. The LEGO Batman Movie and MasterChef Junior2017/02/10
    NPR Politics Podcast alum Sam Sanders joins the panel for The LEGO Batman Movie. Then, Code Switch's Kat Chow sits in for a chat about MasterChef Junior and other kids reality competition shows. Plus, what's making us happy this week.
  56. Small Batch: Super Bowl Thoughts, From 'Overdog' Tom Brady To Sparkly Lady Gaga2017/02/06
    Code Switch's Gene Demby joins Stephen Thompson and Linda Holmes for a look at Super Bowl LI. The New England Patriots won with a huge fourth-quarter push, and also featured a high-flying halftime show from Lady Gaga, who mixed traditional Americana with doing her own thing.
  57. Oscar Documentary Roundup and a Foreign Language Film We Love2017/02/03
    NPR film critic Bob Mondello joins the panel for a roundup of all the films nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature: I Am Not Your Negro, OJ: Made in America, Fire at Sea, 13th, and Life, Animated. Then they'll discuss The Salesman, Iran's entry into the best Foreign Language Film category. Plus, what's making us happy this week.
  58. Riverdale and Other Teen Soaps2017/01/27
    Sarah D. Bunting of Previously.TV and the Extra Hot Great podcast joins the panel for a review of Riverdale , the CW's dark and sexy reimagining of Archie Comics (yes, really). Then it's onto other teen soaps from Dawson's Creek, Beverley Hills 90210, and The OC. Plus, what's making us happy this week.
  59. Rachel Bloom on Mary Tyler Moore2017/01/25
    Mary Tyler Moore died Wednesday at 80 years old. Host Linda Holmes talks to Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star and co-creator Rachel Bloom about how one very funny woman of television influenced many others.
  60. Small Batch: The Oscar Nominations2017/01/24
    Stephen Thompson and Glen Weldon round up this year's Oscar nominations. As widely predicted, La La Land racked up the most nominations, while Moonlight made a strong showing, as did Hell or High Water.
  61. The Young Pope & Hell or High Water2017/01/20
    Code Switch Co-Host Gene Demby joins the panel for a discussion of the nutty new HBO series The Young Pope, which stars Jude Law. Then, the panel reviews the wonderful western Hell or High Water, which is the second-best reviewed film on Rotten Tomatoes of 2016.
  62. Small Batch: DJ Khaled2017/01/17
    Morning Edition host David Greene talks with musician and Snapchat star DJ Khaled about the keys to his success, getting lost in a jet ski, and the importance of comfy pillows.
  63. Hidden Figures and One Day at a Time 2017/01/13
    Brittany Luse, host at Gimlet and co-host of For Colored Nerds, joins NPR's Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, and Glen Weldon for a chat about Hidden Figures, the new historical drama starring Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monae. Then, the panel reviews Netflix's One Day a Time, a well-reviewed remake of the classic Norman Lear sitcom.
  64. Small Batch: The Golden Globe Awards2017/01/09
    Linda Holmes, Glen Weldon, and Stephen Thompson wrap up the 2017 Golden Globe awards, including La La Land's sweep, the surprising wins in television, and Meryl Streep's political acceptance speech.
  65. Sherlock, Carrie Fisher, George Michael, and Debbie Reynolds 2017/01/06
    Weekend Edition Books Editor Barrie Hardymon joins the panel for a discussion of mystery series Sherlock, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. Then the panel takes a few moments to remember some of the people who passed away recently, including Carrie Fisher, George Michael, and Debbie Reynolds. Plus, what's making us happy.
  66. Ciao 2016, Hello 2017! 2016/12/30
    Code Switch's Kat Chow joins the panel as they say goodbye to 2016 by revisiting their resolutions and predictions from last year and making new ones for 2017. Plus, what's making us happy.
  67. 2016 Favorites and Unfinished Business2016/12/21
    Sam Sanders of NPR's Politics Podcast joins the panel for a roundup of their favorite movies, songs, TV shows, and writing of the year. Then, they revisit some of the things they covered earlier in 2016—big blockbusters and box office flips, TV shows that might survive cancellation, and a Broadway phenomenon that continues to dominate the culture.
  68. Favorite Podcasts of 20162016/12/19
    Lauren Ober, the host of The Big Listen, joins Linda Holmes, Glen Weldon, and Stephen Thompson for a roundup of their favorite podcast episodes of the year.
  69. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and La La Land2016/12/16
    NPR Music's Daoud Tyler-Ameen joins the panel for a discussion of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Then, the panel discusses the romantic musical La La Land, which stars Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. Plus, what's making us happy this week.
  70. This Is Us and Speechless2016/12/09
    All Things Considered host Ari Shapiro joins the panel to disuss This Is Us, NBC's hit family drama. Then, All Things Considered Host Audie Cornish tags in for a chat about ABC's new sitcom Speechless. Plus, what's making us happy this week.
  71. Small Batch: Younger2016/12/06
    Linda Holmes chats with Emmanuel Hapsis, the host of KQED's The Cooler and a bonafide millenial, about the plausibility of the TV Land show Younger.
  72. Small Batch: Westworld2016/12/05
    Glen Weldon and All Things Considered host Audie Cornish discuss the first season of HBO's densely plotted science fiction series.
  73. Gilmore Girls and Moana2016/12/02
    Margaret H. Willison and Daisy Rosario join the panel for a discussion of the return of Gilmore Girls that's now streaming on Netflix. Then, they chat about Moana, the new Disney film starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson that features music from Lin-Manuel Miranda. Plus, what's making us happy.
  74. Romantic Comedies With Kumail Nanjiani 2016/11/23
    Comedian and actor Kumail Nanjiani joins the gang for our live show recorded at the Regent Theater in Los Angeles. First, they discuss romantic comedies, a favorite subject of Kumail and Linda. Then, it's time for a quiz all about disguises. Plus, what's making us happy.
  75. Arrival and Pop Culture Serotonin2016/11/18
    Critic Chris Klimek joins the panel for a chat about the inventive sci-fi film Arrival. Then, the gang shares some of their picks for pop culture serotonin: music, movies, and comedy albums that will boost your mood. Plus, what's making us happy.
  76. Doctor Strange and Moonlight2016/11/11
    Code Switch's Gene Demby and Kat Chow join Stephen Thompson and Glen Weldon for a discussion of the trippy Marvel blockbuster Doctor Strange. Then, they chat about the critically acclaimed indie Moonlight. Plus, what's making us happy this week.
  77. Small Batch: The Election and Political Comedy2016/11/07
    Tomorrow is Election Day, so Stephen Thompson and Glen Weldon guide us through the state of political comedy. Topics include Saturday Night Live, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, and Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.
  78. Hamilton: An American Musical2016/11/04
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  79. The Great Halloween Candy Debate with Mallory Ortberg2016/10/28
    It's a Halloween Spooktacular! We bring you two Halloween-themed segments from our west coast tour: Mallory Ortberg (Dear Prudence, The Toast.) joins us for a Halloween candy debate, and All Things Considered Host Audie Cornish sits down for our super-difficult Halloween quiz. And as always, we close with what's making us happy this week.
  80. Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend2016/10/21
    The Pop Culture Happy Hour team is traveling this week, so we bring you two of our favorite segments. First, NPR Editor Barrie Hardymon joins the panel for a discussion about Jane the Virgin . Then, Code Switch's Kat Chow and the gang discuss Crazy Ex-Girlfriend .
  81. Lupita Nyong'o, Cameron Esposito & Rhea Butcher, and the Best of TV2016/10/14
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  82. A Fall Movie and Television Preview2016/10/07
    NPR Film Critic Bob Mondello joins the panel for a fall television and movie preview. Plus, what's making us happy this week.
  83. The Magnificent Seven and Fleabag2016/09/30
    Writer Chris Klimek and NPR Editor Tanya Ballard join Stephen Thompson and Glen Weldon to review the remake of The Magnificent Seven. Then, they chat about Fleabag, a dark British comedy currently streaming on Amazon. Plus, What's Making Us Happy.
  84. Emmy Awards, Hari Kondabolu, and Alan Moore2016/09/23
    Stephen Thompson and Glen Weldon reflect on this year's Emmy Awards. Then, Morning Edition host David Greene interviews comedian Hari Kondabolu. We close the show with NPR Books Editor Petra Mayer's conversation with writer and comics legend Alan Moore.
  85. Documentary Now! & A Documentary Roundup2016/09/16
    Sam Sanders, Co-Host of NPR's Politics Podcast, joins the panel for a discussion of Documentary Now!, the mockumentary series from Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and Seth Meyers. Then, the panel rounds up some interesting docs streaming online. Plus, what's making us happy.
  86. HGTV and Cooking Shows2016/09/09
    Code Switch's Kat Chow and Weekend Edition Editor Barrie Hardymon join Linda Holmes and Glen Weldon for a discussion of home improvement shows, real estate shows, and cooking shows. Plus, What's Making Us Happy.
  87. You're The Worst & Mixing Comedy and Drama2016/09/02
    Pop Culture Happy Hour Producer Emeritus Mike Katzif joins the panel for a discussion of the FXX comedy You're The Worst. Then, they discuss when the lines get blurred between comedy and drama. And, as always, we close with What's Making Us Happy this week.
  88. Big News: West Coast Tour! 2016/09/01
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  89. Small Batch: MTV's Video Music Awards 20162016/08/29
    Linda Holmes and Stephen Thompson discuss this year's MTV Video Music Awards. This year's VMAs featured Rihanna, Beyonce, Britney Spears, and several minutes of Kanye West doing whatever he wants — all vying for social-media dominance in the hours, days and weeks ahead.
  90. Pete's Dragon & Kids and Their Monsters2016/08/26
    NPR Music's Daoud Tyler-Ameen joins Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, and Glen Weldon for a discussion of the critically acclaimed Disney film Pete's Dragon. Then its onto kids and their monsters, both real and imaginary. And, as always, we close with What's Making Us Happy this week.
  91. Small Batch: Stranger Things Creators The Duffer Brothers2016/08/24
    All Things Considered Host Ari Shapiro talks with Matt and Ross Duffer, the creators of the Netflix summer hit Stranger Things . (A shorter version of this interview aired on All Things Considered on August 19, 2016.)
  92. Small Batch: A Conversation With Amy Schumer2016/08/23
    Morning Edition host David Greene talks with comedian Amy Schumer about her new book, the Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo. (A shorter version of the interview aired on Morning Edition on August 19, 2016.)
  93. The Get Down and TCA 20162016/08/19
    Writer Kiana Fitzgerald and Brittany Luse, host of Sampler and For Colored Nerds, join Linda Holmes and Stephen Thompson for a chat about the Netflix series The Get Down. Then, Linda gives a roundup of what she learned and saw at the Television Critics Association press tour, which gives critics a first look at fall television. Plus, What's Making Us Happy.
  94. Small Batch: You're Listening To Delilah2016/08/17
    Morning Edition host David Greene talks with late night radio personality Delilah Rene Luke. This year marks 20 years Delilah has been taking calls and making song dedications. (This interview originally aired on Morning Edition on August 16, 2016.)
  95. Small Batch: Mr. Robot's Sam Esmail2016/08/15
    All Things Considered host Ari Shapiro talks with Sam Esmail, the creator of Mr. Robot. (A shorter version of the interview aired on All Things Considered on August 10, 2016.)
  96. Steven Universe and Board Games2016/08/12
    Code Switch's Kat Chow and Gene Demby join the show for thoughts on the groundbreaking Cartoon Network series Steven Universe and various card and board games. And, as always, we close with What's Making Us Happy this week.
  97. Jason Bourne and Suicide Squad2016/08/05
    Critic Chris Klimek and NPR Editor Tanya Ballard-Brown join Stephen Thompson and Glen Weldon for a discussion of two summer blockbusters, Jason Bourne and Suicide Squad. Plus, What's Making Us Happy this week.
  98. Small Batch: MTV Classic2016/08/02
    MTV turns 35 years old Monday, and they're marking the occasion with a channel called MTV Classic. The new channel will air MTV programming from the 1990s and 2000s. Audie Cornish and Stephen Thompson discuss the new project. (A shorter version of this conversation aired on All Things Considered on August 1st, 2016.)
  99. Small Batch: Match Game2016/08/01
    ABC recently rebooted the vintage game show with Alec Baldwin as host and celebrity panelists such as Rosie O'Donnell and Tituss Burgess. Here, Glen Weldon and Stephen Thompson offer their thoughts.
  100. Stranger Things and Weddings2016/07/29
    Host Linda Holmes, NPR Music's Stephen Thompson, Librarian Margaret Willison, and Producer Emeritus Mike Katzif chat about the new Netflix series Stranger Things. Then, they'll discuss some of their favorite weddings in television and film. All that plus What's Making Us Happy this week.
  101. Small Batch: Swiss Army Man2016/07/26
    Glen Weldon and Chris Klimek debate the merits of Swiss Army Man, the new indie comedy referred to as the Daniel Radcliffe farting corpse movie.
  102. Small Batch: Comic-Con Dispatches2016/07/25
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  103. Ghostbusters and Mr. Robot2016/07/22
    All Things Considered Host Ari Shapiro joins the gang for a discussion of the new Ghostbusters film and the return of the television thriller Mr. Robot.
  104. On Endings And Road Trips2016/07/15
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  105. Small Batch: Pokemon Go2016/07/13
    Pop Culture Happy Hour's Glen Weldon and Stephen Thompson discuss the game: its allure and ubiquity, its backlash and glitches, and its zeitgeist-y collision of gaming, community and nostalgia.
  106. The BFG and The Great British Baking Show 2016/07/08
    NPR Books editor Petra Mayer joins the panel to discuss The BFG specifically and Steven Spielberg movies in general. Then they move on to talk of crumpets and The Great British Baking Show.
  107. The Giant Foam Finger: Who's Afraid of a Superteam? 2016/07/07
    Pop Culture Happy Hour's Stephen Thompson and Code Switch's Gene Demby discuss Kevin Durant's move to the Golden State Warriors: Is it good for basketball? Is this the wave of the mercenary future?
  108. The State of the Sequel, Independence Day: Resurgence, and a Quiz2016/07/01
    Code Switch's Gene Demby joins the panel for a discussion of the state of the sequel and why we decided not to go deep on Independence Day: Resurgence. Then, the gang takes a quiz all about sequel taglines.
  109. Small Batch: Game of Thrones2016/06/28
    The sixth season of HBO's Game of Thrones showed a real evolution in the way the show portrays women and in the season finale, several female characters ascended to power. All Things Considered host Kelly McEvers talks to Glen Weldon and Greta Johnsen, host of the Nerdette podcast, about the show. (This segment originally aired on All Things Considered on June 27th, 2016.)
  110. Small Batch: UnREAL's Sarah Gertrude Shapiro 2016/06/27
    Weekend Edition Sunday Host Rachel Martin chats with Sarah Gertrude Shapiro, the co-creator of Lifetime's UnREAL and a former producer of The Bachelor. (A shorter version of the interview aired on Weekend Edition Sunday on June 5, 2016.)
  111. Finding Dory and Great Voice Acting2016/06/24
  112. Small Batch: The Outs with Adam Goldman2016/06/21
  113. O.J.: Made in America and a Television Quiz2016/06/17
  114. Small Batch: 2016 Tony Awards2016/06/13
  115. Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping and Making Music Funny2016/06/10
  116. Small Batch: The Black Film Canon2016/06/07
  117. X-Men: Apocalypse and Supervillains2016/06/03
  118. Live At Vulture Festival2016/05/27
  119. Money Monster and Eurovision 2016/05/20
  120. Captain America: Civil War2016/05/13
  121. Free Comic Book Day and Keanu2016/05/06
  122. Silicon Valley and Bob's Burgers2016/04/29
  123. Small Batch: Another Round's Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton2016/04/27
  124. Small Batch: Beyoncé's 'Lemonade'2016/04/25
  125. Summer Movie Preview2016/04/21
  126. Small Batch: Remembering Prince2016/04/21
  127. Small Batch: Comedian Josh Gondelman2016/04/19
  128. The Mindy Project and Romantic Comedies2016/04/15
  129. Small Batch: Ta-Nehisi Coates on Black Panther2016/04/13
  130. Best Bad Movies and a Quiz2016/04/08
  131. Small Batch: The Real Housewives of Potomac 2016/04/01
  132. Batman V Superman and Pop Culture Objects2016/04/01
  133. SXSW Wrap and Songs That Changed Our Lives2016/03/25
  134. Small Batch: Glen Weldon's 'The Caped Crusade'2016/03/23
  135. Hamilton2016/03/18
  136. Hamilton's Leslie Odom Jr., Kanye, and Gilmore Girls2016/03/11
  137. Small Batch: American Crime2016/03/09
  138. Downton Abbey and Nostalgia as a Genre2016/03/04
  139. Small Batch: The 2016 Oscars2016/02/29
  140. The Oscars Omnibus 20162016/02/26
  141. Small Batch: Harper Lee and To Kill A Mockingbird2016/02/19
  142. Hail, Caesar! and Entertainment About Entertainment 2016/02/19
  143. Small Batch: The 2016 Grammy Awards2016/02/16
  144. Awards Show Expectations and Product Placement2016/02/12
  145. Small Batch: Super Bowl 502016/02/08
  146. Small Batch: Super Bowl Snacks2016/02/05
  147. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Grease: Live, and Musicals On TV2016/02/05
  148. Fred Armisen and Welcome To Night Vale2016/01/29
  149. Making a Murderer, True Crime, and Remembering Alan Rickman2016/01/22
  150. The Giant Foam Finger: How Do You Choose Your Favorite Team?2016/01/20
  151. The Hateful Eight and the Evolving Theatrical Experience2016/01/15
  152. Small Batch: Comedian John Mulaney2016/01/12
  153. Small Batch: Remembering David Bowie2016/01/11
  154. American Idol and People We're Pulling For2016/01/08
  155. Ciao 2015, Hello 2016! 2015/12/31
  156. Melancholidays, Sisters and 2015 Highlights 2015/12/24
  157. Small Batch: Star Wars (The Force Awakens)2015/12/22
  158. Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Movie Merchandise 2015/12/18
  159. Small Batch: Frank Sinatra With Sonari Glinton 2015/12/15
  160. Creed, Men Crying At Movies, and Visceral Responses2015/12/11
  161. The Good Dinosaur, Pixar And Second Thoughts2015/12/04
  162. A Conversation With Trevor Noah2015/11/27
  163. Small Batch: Shonda Rhimes On Her 'Year Of Yes'2015/11/24
  164. Master Of None And Neal Shusterman's Challenger Deep2015/11/20
  165. Live at The Howard Theatre2015/11/13
  166. Brooklyn Nine Nine and Things We Meant To Do2015/11/06
  167. A Conversation With Robert Galbraith (aka J.K. Rowling)2015/11/02
  168. Empire And Public Radio Voices2015/10/30
  169. Bridge of Spies And The Long, Varied Career Of Tom Hanks2015/10/23
  170. The Giant Foam Finger: What's Your Walk-Up Music?2015/10/19
  171. Steve Jobs And Other Portrayals of Moguls 2015/10/16
  172. Small Batch: The National Book Awards2015/10/14
  173. The Martian And What We've Learned About Other Jobs2015/10/09
  174. Ms. Marvel And A Regrettable Television Pop Quiz2015/10/02
  175. A Special Annoucement2015/09/30
  176. A Fall Film And Television Preview2015/09/25
  177. Small Batch: The 2015 Emmy Awards2015/09/21
  178. Stephen Colbert's Return And Great Talk-Show Guests2015/09/18
  179. The Giant Foam Finger: If Serena Williams Loses, Is It Still The U.S. Open?2015/09/14
  180. Labor Pains And Inspirations2015/09/11
  181. Mr. Robot and Title Sequences2015/09/04
  182. Small Batch: The 2015 Video Music Awards2015/08/31
  183. Show Me A Hero And Summer Stuff We Missed 2015/08/28
  184. The Giant Foam Finger: Is Winning Everything?2015/08/25
  185. Straight Outta Compton And Too Much TV2015/08/21
  186. Small Batch: David Foster Wallace And The End Of The Tour2015/08/18
  187. The Giant Foam Finger: What We Talk About When We Talk About Brett Favre2015/08/17
  188. Difficult People And Amusement Parks2015/08/14
  189. Small Batch: Fantastic Four2015/08/11
  190. Wet Hot American Summer And Mission: Impossible2015/08/07
  191. Music, Movies And Music In Movies2015/07/30
  192. The Giant Foam Finger: Why Sports Fans Hate2015/07/27
  193. Trainwreck And Ant-Man2015/07/24
  194. BoJack Horseman And People We're Pulling For2015/07/17
  195. Introducing: The Giant Foam Finger2015/07/14
  196. Key & Peele And Pop Culture Critters2015/07/10
  197. Small Batch: Terminator Genisys2015/07/07
  198. Magic Mike XXL And Catastrophe2015/07/03
  199. Small Batch: Audiobooks With Our Favorite Librarian2015/06/29
  200. Judy Blume's In The Unlikely Event and Lifetime's UnREAL.2015/06/26
  201. Inside Out, And Moms And Dads In Love2015/06/19
  202. Small Batch: Jurassic World2015/06/15
  203. Spy, Melissa McCarthy, Paul Feig, And Other Directors With Their Muses2015/06/12
  204. Small Batch: Sense82015/06/09
  205. All About Romance Novels2015/06/05
  206. Small Batch: You Guys, We Really Hated The Briefcase2015/06/03
  207. Tomorrowland, Visions Of The Future And The Past2015/05/29
  208. A Farewell To Mad Men And David Letterman2015/05/22
  209. Small Batch: Mad Max: Fury Road2015/05/21
  210. Pitch Perfect 2 And A Summer Movie Preview2015/05/15
  211. Small Batch: A Short Delay And A Visit To the A Capella Championships 2015/05/15
  212. Small Batch: The End Of American Idol2015/05/11
  213. Avengers: Age Of Ultron and Pop Culture Pariahs2015/05/08
  214. Free Comic Book Day and Pop Culture Rabbit Holes 2015/05/01
  215. Food In Pop Culture And Back To College2015/04/24
  216. Daredevil And Credulity2015/04/17
  217. The Comedians and Cameos2015/04/10
  218. Small Batch: Wolf Hall2015/04/09
  219. Small Batch: Remembering Stan Freberg2015/04/08
  220. Small Batch: The March Madness Of Friends On Opposite Sides 2015/04/06
  221. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt And Derivatives In Pop Culture2015/04/03
  222. Small Batch: Furious 72015/04/02
  223. SXSW Discoveries and Pop Culture Geography2015/03/27
  224. Small Batch: The X-Files Returns With Kumail Nanjiani2015/03/26
  225. Nick Hornby's 'Funny Girl' And Book Adaptations2015/03/20
  226. Small Batch: Loving Romance With Sarah Wendell2015/03/18
  227. Anniversaries And Kids Entertainment That Stands The Test Of Time2015/03/13
  228. Small Batch: King Of The Nerds2015/03/11
  229. Focus, Other Con Artist Movies, And What Happened To Rock Music2015/03/06
  230. Parks and Recreation and Better Call Saul2015/02/27
  231. Small Batch: The Sculptor and Other Graphic Novels2015/02/26
  232. Small Batch: The 2015 Oscars2015/02/23
  233. The 2015 Oscars Omnibus2015/02/20
  234. We Interrupt Our Regularly Scheduled Program To Bring You This Message2015/02/19
  235. Jupiter Ascending and On-Screen Chemistry2015/02/13
  236. Small Batch: Jon Stewart's Farewell From The Daily Show2015/02/11
  237. Small Batch: The 2015 Grammy Awards2015/02/09
  238. Empire and Public Radio Voices2015/02/06
  239. Small Batch: Super Bowl XLIX2015/02/02
  240. Jane The Virgin, The Boy Next Door, And Erotic Thrillers2015/01/30
  241. Broad City and High School Required Reading2015/01/23
  242. Selma and the Use of Dramatic License in Historical Dramas2015/01/16
  243. Small Batch: The Oscar Nominations2015/01/15
  244. Small Batch: The Golden Globe Awards2015/01/13
  245. In One Year, Out the Other: Resolutions And Predictions for 20152015/01/09
  246. Small Batch: The Bachelor2015/01/06
  247. Small Batch: Remembering Stuart Scott2015/01/05
  248. Live At The Sixth & I: A Few Quizzes And A Few Questions2015/01/02
  249. Into The Woods and Movie Franchises2014/12/26
  250. Chris Rock, Top Five, And The Art Of The Mixtape2014/12/19
  251. Live At The Sixth & I: Takeaways From 2014 And Pop Culture Firsts2014/12/12
  252. Encore: Our Favorite Holiday Moments2014/12/05
  253. Big Hero 6, Kids' Movies, Outtakes And Bloopers2014/11/28
  254. Foxcatcher and Movie Trailers2014/11/21
  255. Small Batch: Remembering Mike Nichols2014/11/20
  256. Small Batch: Serial2014/11/19
  257. Small Batch: The Comeback2014/11/17
  258. Reviving Your Favorite Properties and Pop Culture Dichotomies2014/11/14
  259. Small Batch: Doctor Who2014/11/13
  260. Interstellar and Other Space Movies2014/11/07
  261. Small Batch: Fan Fiction With Petra Mayer2014/11/04
  262. Small Batch: Taylor Swift's New Album 19892014/11/03
  263. Dear White People and The Golden Age of Animation2014/10/31
  264. Whiplash and Pop Culture Carbon Dating2014/10/24
  265. Small Batch Special Announcement: Pop Culture Happy Hour LIVE at the Sixth & I2014/10/22
  266. Transparent and Pop Culture Debuts2014/10/17
  267. Small Batch: A Report From New York Comic-Con2014/10/15
  268. Small Batch: The Very, Very Spoiled Edition of Gone Girl2014/10/14
  269. Gone Girl and Things We've Learned From Pop Culture2014/10/10
  270. Small Batch: Twin Peaks Returns2014/10/08
  271. Small Batch: House Hunters International2014/10/07
  272. The Equalizer, Denzel Washington, and Gilligan's Island2014/10/03
  273. Books for the Fall and Our Favorite Detectives2014/09/26
  274. Wrapping Up The Toronto International Film Festival and The Fall Television Poll2014/09/19
  275. Celebrity Apologies And A Regrettable Television Pop Quiz2014/09/12
  276. Binge Watching the Simpsons and Getting Stuck In A Cultural Rut2014/09/05
  277. Live From The Bell House: Silly Quizzes For Special Guests2014/08/29
  278. Small Batch: Stephen and Linda Face Off On Ask Me Another2014/08/28
  279. Small Batch: Project Runway2014/08/27
  280. Small Batch: The Emmy Awards2014/08/26
  281. Small Batch: The MTV Video Music Awards2014/08/25
  282. Live From the Bell House2014/08/22
  283. Film Ratings and Disaster Movies2014/08/15
  284. Small Batch: Remembering Robin Williams2014/08/12
  285. Guardians of the Galaxy and So Bad It's Good2014/08/08
  286. Small Batch: Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood'2014/08/06
  287. Live at San Diego Comic-Con2014/08/01
  288. Flyover Country and Imperfect Fits2014/07/25
  289. For Our 200th Episode, Quizzes And A Q&A2014/07/18
  290. Our 200th Show, Live From NPR Headquarters2014/07/11
  291. Too Old For Youth Culture and Our Favorite Toys2014/07/04
  292. Wild Cards and the Return of the Regrettable Television Pop Quiz2014/06/27
  293. Buddy Films and First Impressions2014/06/20
  294. Edge of Tomorrow, Noble Flops, and the Tony Awards2014/06/13
  295. A Visit to Book Expo and Pop Culture When We're Grieving2014/06/06
  296. Unexpected Remakes and Cover Art2014/05/30
  297. Godzilla and Pop Culture That Improved2014/05/23
  298. Fairy Tales and An Upfronts Quiz2014/05/16
  299. Casting the New Star Wars Film & Louie2014/05/09
  300. Posthumust-We? & People We're Pulling For2014/05/02
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