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And it considers how they've been influenced by the last few years of American political discourse. Then its onto kids and their monsters, both real and imaginary. But it's still a major Oscar contender a war epic that's grand in scope, with generational scars that run deep. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes, Glen Weldon, Stephen Thompson, and Guy Raz tape the podcast in front of an audience at NPR Headquarters. The Thelma & Louise episode has just come out and I have not listened to it yet, but I did just listen to an episode about Theresa Russell and Sondra Locke. Typecasting, Tony Soprano And The Chicken Dance. Plus a new twist on the Regrettable Television Pop Quiz (including musicals! Pop Culture Happy Hour: On Endings And Road Trips. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, the PCHH staff takes a look at fictional schools we have known from Buffy The Vampire Slayer to Freaks and Geeks to Heathers and beyond the traditions that kinda go with Labor Day, and one of our favorite pointless television spectacles of the year: the VMAs. The podcast You Must Remember This has had seasons that have covered a lot of stories about the history of Hollywood, but nothing has really pulled me in quite like the previous season, which was called "Erotic 80s," and the current season, which is called "Erotic 90s." All that plus What's Making Us Happy. Back in 2004, Veronica Mars was a high school student working for her private-eye father on the side. Play Your Cardigans Right And See 'A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood'. Plus What's Making Us Happy this week. This leads to a conversation about other hard sci-fi space movies like Contact, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Alien. All that, plus What's Making Us Happy. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, Trey Graham and Glen Weldon talk about 'Star Trek Into Darkness.' They also get into the nuts and bolts of the advice column and discuss some favorites, like 'Miss Manners' and 'Savage Love.' In this Pop Culture Happy Hour extra, Glen Weldon talks to Adam Goldman, the star and co-creator of the web series The Outs, about what sets the comedy apart and why queer people are superheroes. Like what is it like to get addicted to drugs, or sleep with a celebrity, or experience road rage? 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. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures Then they'll reveal some of their most beloved and reviled pieces of movie merchandise. She's following it up with an adaptation of Little Women that features two of her Lady Bird stars, Saoirse Ronan and Timothe Chalamet. Then they'll talk about pop culture pariahs: the bands that get no respect, movies that are shorthand for things that aren't cool, and even the selfie stick. The show follows the manager of New York's Central Park, who tries to keep the park safe from trash overflows, a demanding public, and city politics. 'The Invisible Man' Is Transparently Creepy. And I should warn people listening that it can get pretty dark. I'm not sure it's all that good, but I do think she has some fascinating moments, and if you watched Candy on Hulu, you might find the compare-and-contrast fascinating. And we need it too. This year's were very predictable, with big wins for The Shape Of Water, all the actors who were expected to win all along, and Jordan Peele. It's really good, and it's really different from anything else on TV right now. I love it dearly. Next they'll talk about Pop Culture rites of passage - movies that helps kids through to adulthood. Then, the panel reviews Netflix's One Day a Time, a well-reviewed remake of the classic Norman Lear sitcom. Copyright 2023 NPR. Then they'll revisit a favorite topic--people we're pulling for. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, Glen Weldon and Bob Mondello discuss the new Disney film Tomorrowland. They'll talk about it's extraordinary silliness, its employment of stereotypes, and that unforgettable theme music. Linda sights Marlon Brando in Guys and Dolls as a prime example--he may embody Sky Masterson, but unfortunately he can't sing. Plus, what's making us happy this week. All that plus more Pop Culture Blind Spots and What's Making Us Happy this week the Green Bay Packers, the return of a comedy podcast, Curb Your Enthusiasm and a classic 80s show. Pop Culture Happy Hour: How Has Loving What You Love Changed With Time? (A shorter version of the interview aired on All Things Considered on August 10, 2016. Every year, we bring back some musical discoveries that just might be your next favorites. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR's Trey Graham, Stephen Thompson, Glen Weldon and guest Chris Klimek talk about Arnold Schwarzenegger's new memoir 'Total Recall.' It's called Black Is King, it's visually grand and sumptuous, and it's got a huge cast you'll see Lupita Nyong'o, Pharrell Williams, Kelly Rowland, and many looks at Beyonc's children, her mother, and her husband Jay-Z. I was surprised that it did. Guest: Pop Culture Happy Hour producer emeritus and Ask Me Another producer Mike Katzif. Plus, What's Making Us Happy this week. Pop Culture Happy Hour: The Barbecue Smackdown And Other Local Interests. We're Off The Deep End And Into 'A Star Is Born'. Gibbs, who's played by the delightful Meghan Stevenson, who manages to be both bubbly and deadpan as she announces Forrest's new prompts. April 19, 2023 Keri Russell plays a new ambassador to the UK in The Diplomat, a Netflix series that finds suspense and excitement in problem-solving and good work and a very complex marriage. The mega-franchise Star Trek has produced a slew of movies and ten different TV series the latest of which is a brand-new animated comedy called Star Trek: Lower Decks. Guest: The Verge's Tasha Robinson. A myriad of special guests grace the stage and answer questions on topics ranging from Wonder Woman, The Bachelor, IMDB keywords, and summer television. This time, he adapts a James Baldwin novel for the screen. Small Batch: Harper Lee and To Kill A Mockingbird. All that plus What's Making Us Happy this week. That's the philosophy of Sima, the matchmaker at the center of the new Netflix reality series Indian Matchmaking. Then, the gang's romance knowledge is tested in a silly quiz. Adapting the Stephen King novel of the same name, it tells the story of seven misfit kids in the late 1980s, and a supernatural being that preys on children in a small town in Maine. Linda Holmes and Stephen Thompson chat about Super 50, including the game itself, Beyonc stealing the halftime show, and some memorable commercials. All that plus What's Making Us Happy this week. Petra Mayer's piece originally aired on Weekend Edition Sunday on July 24, 2016.). This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes, Trey Graham, Stephen Thompson and Glen Weldon talk about the first big awards show of the season and take inventory of the things we will never look away from. This week, we remembered Harry Belafonte, looked at Apple Music's new attempt to bring Bach the classics, and got a preview of the upcoming Zelda game.. Here's what the NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour crew was paying attention to and what you should check out this weekend. And don't forget Diana Ross, who wished herself a happy birthday a month and a half early. Small Batch: Loving Romance With Sarah Wendell. All that plus What's Making Us Happy this week. for Vulture. All that, plus What's Making Us Happy This Week. April 29, 2023 In 1970, Judy Blume published the story of one girl, at one moment, with one group of friends, who experiences early adolescence in a way particular to her. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes and Stephen Thompson are joined by producer Jess Gitner and comics guru (also Stephen's mom) Maggie Thompson to talk about pop culture for all ages. We'll also make some predictions for the new year, and we'll undertake the often painful job of seeing whether we got anything right 12 months ago when we did the same thing. It's about her relationship with her body, with trauma, and with her own history. Neglected by the world and beaten down everywhere he turns, Fleck does what any discouraged clown would do: he becomes a menace. April 26, 2023 The series, based on Alexis Schaitkin's 2020 novel, has hints of White Lotus and other recent rich-skewering narratives, but has bigger storytelling ambitions. Trey Graham returns to PCHH for a discussion of the best bad movies. Then it's time for another round of the Regrettable Television Pop Quiz. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes and the PCHH gang wrap up the football and Super Bowl talk for the season from the game to the results of Stephen's chicken-eating contest to the ads to the halftime show to the always tricky words to the National Anthem. She shoved her law degree in the back of the closet, gave its living room space to DVD sets of The Wire, and never looked back. 'The Lego Movie' and Adolescence in Pop Culture. On today's Pop Culture Happy Hour, we're defying gravity and saving our families. When Project Runway launched in 2004, competitive reality shows were in their infancy. First a run down New Year's resolutions past and present. Then a look at the best television guest stars, who should be caset and who we want to see again. All that plus What's Making Us Happy this week. I think the problem with this show is that it couldn't really find its audience, because it ran on Cartoon Network for kids. Pop Culture Happy Hour: Pain Revolution! As the show progresses, you have to kind of watch in order, because there's threads that move along. The genie is still blue and there's still a mischievous monkey. Wednesday, October 19: Revolution Hall, Portland, OR. It's based on a true story about a young woman named Marie who was sexually assaulted and pressured by the police into recanting her story. Things could get tense. All that, plus What's Making Us Happy. Linda, Trey and Bob report back the films they've seen. Small Batch: Super Bowl Thoughts, From 'Overdog' Tom Brady To Sparkly Lady Gaga. Justin Timberlake, LL Cool J And The Presidency. Plus, we remember the lives and work of Fred Willard and Lynn Shelton. All that plus What's Making Us Happy this week. 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. Then, Ari Shapiro interviews comedians Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher about their show Take My Wife, which is now streaming on Seeso. 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. Plus more Things Making Us Happy This Week. All that plus What's Making Us Happy this week. The Netflix plan to take over television has extended to dating shows for a while. it was sort of like the male version of Bend It Like Beckham. Is the movie a fun popcorn flick or a total bore? This was recorded at NPR's Sale-a-bration on December 15, 2012. Then, a discussion about a few pop-culture searches -- the things we have hunted for, and whether the charm of those things is diminished by our ability to get them whenever we want. There isn't a lot of violence to it. Jeopardy! This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes joins Glen Weldon, Trey Graham and Stephen Thompson to talk about the vitality (or not) of the teen sex comedy from Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Porky's to American Pie and Superbad. They'll chat about how they discovered the genre, what kind of romances they like, and romance fandom. Then, we revisit our conversation about RuPaul's Drag Race which first aired in 2014. Plus What's Making Us Happy this week. Now that the dog days of summer have come to an end, they share their favorite dogs from TV and film including Doug from 'Up' and Vincent from 'LOST.' 'Hamilton': Look Around, Look Around, It's On Disney+. Netflix All that, plus What's Making Us Happy this week. The Giant Foam Finger: Why Sports Fans Hate. The animated show Steven Universe has told the story of a human-alien hybrid boy and the race of alien women called Gems who've helped raise him on Earth. Based on a novel by Richard Ford and directed by actor Paul Dano, it's told from the point of view of a young teenager watching his family fall to pieces. Weekend Edition Books Editor Barrie Hardymon joins the panel for a discussion of mystery series Sherlock, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. 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. All that, plus What's Making Us Happy this week. You know what? It's the second time they're teaming up after the huge commercial and critical success of La La Land. I am one of those millennials that likes to buy books to have them, but not necessarily to read them, and then this one was at the top of the list. All that, plus What's Making Us Happy This Week. It's a post-apocalyptic story. Guest: Daisy Rosario of NPR Member Station WAMU. All Things Considered host Ari Shapiro talks with Sam Esmail, the creator of Mr. Copyright 2023 NPR. Film critic Chris Klimek joins us to talk Atomic Blonde, a stylish and visceral spy thriller set in 1989 Berlin. Also, Linda concocts a quirky quiz. They'll discuss the commercials they loved and hated, Beyonce's halftime show and the blackout. 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. 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. What has ears, tails, Andrew Lloyd Webber music, and the Idris Elba/Taylor Swift duet you've been waiting for all your life? Big Hero 6, Kids' Movies, Outtakes And Bloopers. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, Glen Weldon and Bob Mondello bid a fond farewell to a good friend, discuss the upcoming Fargo spin-off on FX and talk a bit about The Simpsons, Looney Tunes and other pop culture that references earlier pop culture. Does the Game of Life reveal the tragic dark side of the American Dream? Aisha Harris is a host of Pop Culture Happy Hour. In this Pop Culture Happy Hour extra, Linda Holmes and Stephen Thompson look back at the 2015 Grammys telecast and conclude that it could have used a little more joy. French artist Jordane Saget improvised at the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. And listen to Pop Culture Happy Hour on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. When her friend Khalil is killed by a police officer, she's forced to reconcile these two very different parts of her identity. Plus, What's Making Us Happy this week. In the movie a journalist played by Matthew Rhys has a transformative experience with Rogers that reshapes his relationship with his troubled father. On Sunday night, the Kansas City Chiefs came from behind to beat the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl LIV. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org. April 21, 2023 Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. From 2004 to 2009, the Showtime TV drama The L Word examined the lives of a group of queer women in L.A. The South by Southwest music festival brings together artists from around the world to perform in big venues and small ones, on sidewalks and sprawling stages. The Giant Foam Finger: What's Your Walk-Up Music? Guests: Audie Cornish and Guy Branum. Then, a chat about the new season of American Idol and the show's new judges Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler. Pop Culture Happy Hour: Resolutions For An Overloaded 2012. Even some who don't know Emma might know Clueless, the 1995 Amy Heckerling film that's now 25 years old. : Made in America and a Television Quiz. But director Guy Ritchie has some ideas of his own, too. Showrunner Damon Lindelof has set the show within a big, weird world that keeps getting bigger and weirder, even as it seeks to comment on some very contemporary, real-world issues. (A shorter version of this interview originally aired on All Things Considered on November 16, 2015), The Hateful Eight and the Evolving Theatrical Experience. How does a franchise with a long history satisfy both die-hard fans and those that are just jumping on board? Plus, What's Making Us Happy this week. Should they exist? If you like these suggestions, consider signing up for our newsletter to get recommendations every week. It's autumn again. If you've noticed your friends have been a little more "tidy" than usual, or your thrift store a bit better stocked, it might be because of Netflix. In 'Star Trek: Lower Decks' Jokes Are The Final Frontier. Then, who might be rediscovered any day now? All that, plus What's Making Us Happy this week. All that, plus What's Making Us Happy this week. A gambler, a rock, a ring, and Kevin Garnett are the primary ingredients in Uncut Gems, a thriller directed by Josh and Benny Safdie. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes, Glen Weldon, Stephen Thompson, and Barrie Hardymon are LIVE from the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue in Washington, D.C. The panel chats about why they love Lady Bird, the coming-of-age film written and directed by Greta Gerwig and starring Saoirse Ronan. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes along with Glen Weldon, Trey Graham and Stephen Thompson revisit the Grammys: What worked? Derry Girls might remind you of a lot of warm and funny shows about high school. Then, they'll take a sharp turn and talk about the death of beloved characters and actors. It stars Regina King as an ex-cop in Tulsa Oklahoma who's not-so-secretly the masked vigilante Sister Night. Master Of None And Neal Shusterman's Challenger Deep. Dark Tower is a snooze, so instead we talk about some of our favorite Stephen King books and film adaptations. The gang also shares some embarrassing stories from the PCHH blooper vault. All Things Considered Audie Cornish and NPR Music's Katie Presley join the PCHH gang for a look at the 2016 SXSW Festival. to television shows like Arrested Development. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR's Monkey See's Linda Holmes and the gang revisit and reconsider their Pop Culture Blind Spots, from Tolkien to Modern Family to Friday Night Lights. Once upon a time, a man named John Wick retired from his successful career as an assassin. This time, the host is Jordan Peele. Then, in the age of digital downloads, what kind of pop culture can you still give? Pop Culture Happy Hour: In Which It's Time To Go Back To School, Kids. As with everything we talk about, we didn't want to spoil it for you, so some of its biggest developments went un-analyzed. Broad City and High School Required Reading. And just to increase the level of difficulty a little, the whole movie is crafted to look like one continuous shot. Now, they're in their mature pantsuit years, but the series, now in its 18th season, rolls on. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable{mso-style-name:"Table Normal";mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0;mso-tstyle-colband-size:0;mso-style-noshow:yes;mso-style-priority:99;mso-style-parent:"";mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt;mso-para-margin:0in;mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt;mso-pagination:widow-orphan;font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif";mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri;mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin;mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri;mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}In this Pop Culture Happy Hour extra, Linda Holmes and Stephen Thompson talk about Richard Linklater's "Boyhood," a film that uses music and technology to boost its presentation of time passing. Plus: Wonder Woman, football stars, the Old Spice Man, and lots more. Blockers and Game Night: Playing Catch-Up On Comedies We Missed. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, film critic Bob Mondello, and soon-to-be All Things Considered co-host Ari Shapiro discuss soundtracks, from Top Gun to The Bodyguard. The Netflix series "Queer Eye" is a reboot of the 2003 phenomenon, not a retread. 'The Lion King' Is Like A Nature Documentary With A Backbeat. I had a great time watching The Flop House cover Battlefield Earth in a stream of a recent live show. The panel discusses the Oscar-nominated film Darkest Hour, which stars Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill. Guests: Weekend Edition Editor Barrie Hardymon and Librarian Margaret H. Willison. They'll talk about the nine best picture nominations--will Gravity, 12 Years a Slave, or another film take home an Academy Award for best picture? One of these shows that I think a lot of people missed is The Looney Tunes Show. After seven seasons, Shonda Rhimes' roller-coaster of a drama screeches to a final halt as Olivia Pope and the team try to get out of one last scrape and Olivia tries to make it to Vermont. Small Batch: Stephen and Linda Face Off On Ask Me Another. Then Linda interviews Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor, the creators of Welcome to Night Vale. 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. In this Pop Culture Happy Hour extra, Linda Holmes and Stephen Thompson talk about the highlights of this year's VMAs, which featured memorable performances from Nicki Minaj and Beyonce. Can you take photos during live concerts? This season follows the Royals from the mid-60s to late 70s, as we watch them contend with both external events labor strikes, a mine disaster, a possible coup and with internal strife Margaret's wild ways, Charles coming-of-age, and the fact that Philip's still the same insufferable prig he always was. Then they discuss villains of all kinds and why their motives never seem to make sense. It was based off an Australian TV series, and this version stars Andy Daly as Forrest MacNeil, who is this, like overly enthusiastic and pretty dim critic who sets out to review basically all aspects of life. And the two of them just kick so much butt across Hong Kong, it's really goofy. The gang breaks down their favorite pop culture dichotomies. How should we store stuff? Linda Holmes chats with Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton, the hosts of BuzzFeed's Another Round podcast. Culture Adults complained about a teen theater production and the show's creators stepped in. And basically the setup is, it's like a mockumentary style. Plus, what's making us happy this week. We're joined by Ari Shapiro to break down the singing, the glamour, the tears, and the wonder of Sam Elliott's voice. 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. Then, they'll discuss the songs that change their lives. Apatow's movies often involve a protagonist who faces some sort of need to grow up, and The King Of Staten Island may feature the biggest reclamation project yet: Davidson's character barely functions as an adult, and through much of the film, we see a manchild with a lot of growing up to do. Being stalked by a tormentor you can't see is scary enough on its own. The Pop Culture Happy Hour team is traveling this week, so we bring you two of our favorite segments. Pop Culture Happy Hour: Set Apart From A Sentence By An Exclamation Point (Rebroadcast). This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, Gene Demby and Glen Weldon talk about the Grammys, Macklemore, and the state of reality TV. 'House of Cards' and Pop Culture Punching Bags. First, they'll look back on their pop culture resolutions for 2014 before setting some new goals for 2015. They'll discuss their favorite performances of the night and how host Neil Patrick Harris puts the Oscars to shame. And basically the setup is, it's like a mockumentary style. All that plus What's Making Us Happy this week. (This episode originally aired on February 16, 2018.). It's about a whole lot of things, and it's funny, and it's insightful. Finally, they'll offer a multitude of recommendations for new and longtime romance readers. All that plus, What's Making Us Happy this week, including 'My Fair Lady,' Swedish film 'Kyss Mig (Kiss Me)' and a 'Bob's Burger' cover by The National. You won't want to miss a minute of the craziest, the wackiest, the goofiest game show on Netflix, because the Floor! Then delve in to the world scary movies and horror movies and B-movies. Netflix recently dropped the documentary series Cheer, about a highly successful Texas squad. There's the book Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup, the podcast The Dropout, and the HBO documentary The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley. April 14, 2023 The new horror comedy Renfield is about Count Dracula's long-suffering servant. So from time to time, we pause just to single out some of the people whose work we're appreciating. What has Anna Kendrick, Blake Lively, menswear looks, mysteries, and YouTube's most cheerful mom? The action of this animated sequel, which picks up where The Incredibles ended 14 years ago, is fresh and inventive, but the laughs aren't. Written by Diablo Cody and directed by Jason Reitman, the film stars Charlize Theron in an often brutal look at the emotional and physical tolls of parenthood. All that, plus What's Making Us Happy. Is there such a thing and who's in a position to say what it might be? And even though this year's festival isn't happening, NPR Music still found a ton of amazing new artists. All that, plus What's Making Us Happy. Small Batch: The Sculptor and Other Graphic Novels. The musicals Tootsie and Oklahoma! Twenty years ago, before the Harry Potter movies or the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the movie landscape looked really different. We Talk About Julia Roberts in 'Homecoming'. It's time to say goodbye to a story that began in 1977 with a movie then known as Star Wars. Then they consider the movies they can't help watching whenever they show up on television. But when we talked about the long-running game show last year, it was just an eternal juggernaut. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, Glen Weldon and guest Barrie Hardymon talk about the fall TV season. : Checking In With 'Project Runway'. Terrific! Solo: A Star Wars Story and What's Making Us Happy. Because wow. Now, it's all over, and we're going to talk about it. So we spent this episode recommending eight standout specials. Guests: Weekend Edition Editor Barrie Hardymon and KJZZ Senior Producer Sarah Ventre. I am not ashamed to say that Jonathan Rhys Meyers in this movie is an incredibly beautiful man, and I will take a love interest if he looks like that. Linda Holmes and Stephen Thompson discuss the way Prince changed music, supported other artists, defied creative constraints and challenged the notion of what it means for a pop singer to rebel. Then they'll talk about a multitude of pop culture dichotomies, touching on everything from The Beatles vs. From classic novels to modern films, they'll talk about the unique delights of people who can't really be trusted to tell their own stories. The film stars Lupita Nyong'o as a mother whose whole family is confronted by their own doppelgngers. Margot Robbie played Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad in 2016. After eight seasons, 73 episodes, and way too many characters busting out the phrase "bend the knee" all the time, HBO's Game of Thrones has come to an end. 31. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes, Stephen Thompson, Glen Weldon and Petra Mayer talk about the lack of divserse casting of the new Star Wars film.

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