In the week since recording last week’s episode, one of the guys seeks to refine his statements and aim for precision in laying out the caseload for a post-2020 revival project. What does the other guy think? One can’t solve a problem before knowing what it is. So who are our enemies?
With the announcement of Kamala Harris as Joe Biden’s running mate, the guys vent their anxieties as the country barrels down towards its final countdown…
This episode starts off with the guys attempting to dissect the public’s fascination with villains, devolving speedily into what doesn’t work about the Todd Phillips film Joker. Here there be SPOILERS, so beware.
The conversations of conclusions continue as the guys discuss futuristic cloning, torture, surrealist dick-measuring and more!
Ethics in writing. Biased critique. Artist’s intent. Should stories and creative works come pre-packaged with affirmative morals we agree with?
A throwback-esque moral panic episode of sorts, the guys discuss Trump voters, Evangelicals and what these groups of people might mean for the country going forward.
This week the guys talk about murder in all its myriad forms. … More KILLING: Is It Ever Justified?
Harry and Don discuss Tarantino’s use of the word “nigger” in his movies, most mainly in “Pulp Fiction”, although “Jackie Brown” and “Django Unchained” are discussed as well. The tension between historical significance, artistic license, Artist vs. Audience, “Generation KKK” “N-word privilege” and worst case scenarios are discussed, including voices outside of the “H and D” realm. Not included is Donovan’s younger, smarter brother. … More Should Quentin Tarantino reconsider his use of “the N-word” in his films?
Harry and Don discuss what it means to take offense on others’ behalf. Are you going into each fight with the right state of mind? Or intentions? How much does your ego play into it? Privilege, feminism and more post 2016 election talk are all brought up, as well as many other points. … More Can You Be Outraged On Other People’s Behalf?