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Socially Distanced Podcast #29: The Gang Gets Way More Political Than They Wanted To


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Note: If you’re not into politics and you don’t want to hear people being angry about the current political situation, this probably isn’t the episode for you.

Episode 29 of The Socially Distanced Podcast sees the monthly return of Pop Break’s music editor Kat Manos and Pop Break contributor Cole Rothacker aka The California Connection. In this episode, our favorite Californians join Al and Bill to talk about the news of Regal Cinemas shutting down in the U.S. and the future of movie theaters throughout the country as a result of the pandemic.

The gang also talks about SNL’s cold opener for the season premiere and they delve into why the political jokes might not be as funny as they once were.  And yes, the conversation does get more political than anyone wanted. They also talk about the new Ryan Reynolds film Free Guy, give a bunch of really good Halloween film and TV suggestions and recommend the following music:

Al Mannarino’s Pick:  ‘forget me too’ by Machine Gun Kelly featuring Halsey

Bill Bodkin’s Pick: ‘Eruption’ by Van Halen

Kat Manos’ Pick: Disintegration by The Cure

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