Joe and Scott keep it (relatively) tight this week as they tackle the back-half filler track "Brooklyn (Owes the Charmer Under Me)", a 68 out of 120 on Dakota's smooth rockin' scale. Then they study the philosophy of cool presented in The Tao of Steve (2000), a leftover of the 90s Gen X indie boom starring Donal Logue as a fat guy who (you'll never believe this) fucks. Your white hosts then squirm their way through a discussion of race and class provoked by Hal Ashby's forgotten gentrification dramedy The Landlord (1970). This episode answers the immortal question "How do we live?" so maybe you should tune in.
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