Don and Harry risk making the most indulgent episode ever, discussing their favorite things and people whilst reconciling with what about them is tough to talk about.
Josh Bertone returns to discuss the voters opinions on Bill Clinton and the allegations against him compared to the allegations against Donald Trump. How do voters take into account reprehensible behavior from their preferred candidates?
This week the guys discuss Cultural Phenomena, how that gets to be defined, and the backlash effect with each example.
This week Donovan and Harrison discuss artists expressing their sexuality through their creative works. Is that an inevitability for a creator? How much does sexuality fuel our creative energy? How much does it inform it?
Josh Bertone is the guest for this week as he lends his personal experience into the discussion of police misconduct, brutality and reform. When faced with this potential inevitability, what should we do? What can we do?
Video Essays. Take-Down Articles. Hot Takes. These things represent the current present of online discourse, its highs and lows. True to form, Don and Harry fret about the lows, while attempting to decipher the responsibility of the artist.
Peter returns to disabuse any notions that the majority of LGBT representation through media history was done for LGBT audiences.
This week the two fools return to the subject of love and romance, albeit fictionalized in a creator’s mind. What romantic tropes drive our expectations of romance in both the real world and fiction? Which of these are most harmful and what would a best case scenario look like in a romance with no toxic … More What will Romance Tropes be in the Future?
Starting off 2018 with their vaunted unbiased reps on the line, the guys discuss checking one’s biases, how they try to and often/ultimately fail. Before that, they briefly respond to an e-mail which previews the now-guaranteed upcoming Tropes in Romantic Plots episode.