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Socially Distanced Podcast Episode #3: The Quibbles with Quibi

Al Mannarino and Bill Bodkin are two pop culture obsessed dads stuck in quarantine. They have decided to take their Facebook messenger conversations and turn them into a podcast. As they discuss everything in the world movies, music, sports, television, and pop culture — everything keeping them sane in this time of socially distancing.

This week, Al & Bill are joined by Lucas P. Jones — podcast producer and senior writer at The Pop Break. Al, Bill and Lucas discuss¬†what the hell Quibi is and why you should care. They also talk about how John Krasinski is bringing “Some Good News” into the world, how brands like HBO and Sirius XM are giving people free content in this crazy time we are living in, and much more. Oh yeah, and we talk about Tiger King again.

Here’s the recommendations made in this week’s podcast:

The Watchlist:

Lucas’ Pick: The Comedy Lineup

Al’s Pick: Jojo Rabbit

Bill’s Pick: New Girl and the new season of Ducktales.

The Soundtrack to our Quarantine:

Bill’s Pick: Local Honey by Brian Fallon

Al’s Pick: Welcome Interstate Managers by Fountains of Wayne

Lucas’ Pick: Time to Shred by J Thoubbs

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Episode #2, “Hey All You Cool Cats and Kittens”:¬†Bill Bodkin, Al Mannarino and Kat Manos go in-depth on the cultural phenomenon that is Tiger King. Recommendations on Disney XD’s Ducktales, Westworld, Dave with Lil’ Dicky, Deal Casino, Run the Jewels, Father John Misty.

Episode #1,”TB12, The Mandalorian & Music in a Time of Quarantine” : Tom Brady to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Nick Frost and Simon Pegg’s COVID-19 PSA, music recommendations of “Please, Don’t Let Me Disappear” by Modern Chemistry and “Ice Cream Sundae” by Inhaler, and the news surrounding The Mandalorian Season 2 in regards to Robert Rodriguez, and Rosario Dawson.

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Founded in September 2009, The Pop Break is a digital pop culture magazine that covers film, music, television, video games, books and comics books and professional wrestling.

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