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Tara Ariano, Pamela Ribon and David T. Cole

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From 1988-1994, Sassy was the coolest magazine going for Gen-X teens. Celebrate that golden time by joining Tara Ariano, Pamela Ribon and David T. Cole for a deep dive into every one of its 80 glorious issues and remember what it was like hanging out with Jane, Christina, Catherine, Karen, and the whole crew, learning What Now, What Next, and so much more!
 
Join David T. Cole, Tara Ariano, Sarah D. Bunting and their valued guests each week for discussion of what's new on TV plus our hall of fame roundtable segment called The Canon, listen as we appoint Winners and Losers Of The Week and of course our ultra competitive TV trivia quiz: Game Time. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
In The Filmcast, hardcore geeks David Chen, Devindra Hardawar, and Jeff Cannata debate, pontificate, and delve into the latest films, TV shows, and other entertainment-related items from the past week. Weekly guests include everyday bloggers, webmaster luminaries, film directors, and movie stars from all walks of life. You can reach us at slashfilmcast@gmail.com and find more podcast episodes at http://www.thefilmcast.com
 
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This episode, Extra Hot Great co-host Tara Ariano returns to us to talk about another much-requested film, 2010′s Never Let Me Go. An adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s incredibly lauded science fiction novel, the film stars a post-nomination Carey Mulligan opposite Keira Knightley and breakthrough Andrew Garfield as clones raised for the sole purpose …
 
We hope you brought your sleeping bag because it's Slumber Party time! Your co-hosts share their results from the December 1988 quiz -- How Honest Are You? -- and then play some of the most recent voicemails left on our hotline (720-SASSY-GO -- just program it into your phone and call us whenever the spirit moves you!). What memories did our episod…
 
Jane's ongoing paralysis storyline basically embroils everyone this week, so let's run down the list. Peter, because Michael has made good on his threat to move out of the beach house as long as both Andrews sisters are there, and is now Odd Coupling it up at Peter's place. Bobby and Amanda, because their story branches off from Peter's. Matt, beca…
 
NOTE: This episode contains spoilers for The White Lotus Season 1. Tara and David recap season 3 episode 2 of Succession, "Mass in Time of War." Learn about the Ozy media saga Email us at successionpodcast(At)gmail(dot)com. Follow Tara on Twitter Check out Tara's TV podcast, Extra Hot Great Follow David on Twitter Check out David's interview show, …
 
004: That's Just Wrong Our patron Eric Akawie challenges us to name shows that got Wrong Spinoffs, and to correct history by proposing spinoffs that would have been Right! 081: The Lowest Of Decks Sarah asked: What about creating Star Trek: Lower Decks-style shows for other series? Which low-powered employees from an existing TV show would make for…
 
David gets excited over The Last Duel while Devindra chats about the new season of Succession. Jeff urges the co-hosts to watch The Premise. For the feature review, the Filmcast talks about Halloween Kills, the latest entry in the Halloween franchise directed by David Gordon Green. Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend a title for us to watch. Than…
 
The fashion (etc.) of the December 1988 issue features one spread inspired by the style of Marilyn Monroe, and another that shows you how to layer to stay both cute AND warm! There's also a story that we might say culturally appropriated the Roma people, except (a) that's not the word in the headline and (b) the interpretation is pretty loose. Ther…
 
We’ll get you a red cap and a speedo for this week’s episode, becuase we’re talking about Wes Anderson for the first time with The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. The follow-up to Anderson’s first Oscar-nominated film The Royal Tenenbaums put Bill Murray front and center in the year after Murray almost won Best Actor for Lost in Translation. But cr…
 
In the aftermath of Brooke's suicide attempt, a guilt-ridden Billy does everything he can think of to fulfill what he thinks are her wishes: he tells her he loves her; he gets rid of Alison; he demands that Amanda give Brooke her job back; he even cleans the bathroom floor! So if Brooke assumes they're fully back on track and that she can resume us…
 
Tara and David are back with another season of "The Sweet Smell of Succession!" In this episode, they reflect on the last 2 seasons and what they're looking forward to in season 3. We'll be back on Monday with our recap of the season premiere! Shownotes: Nicholas Britell profile in The New York Times Jesse Armstrong profile in The New Yorker Email …
 
We knew Cyd, like Tara and Dave, had just done a rewatch of the original-flavor CSI, so we were really glad she could join us to break down CBS's new reboot of its network-changing old favorite (which...only went off the air like six years ago?). We talked about whether we'll keep watching for "The New Class" after l'affaire Hodges gets resolved, w…
 
David, Devindra, and Jeff chat about the movie Titane, Lamb, and Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special. For the feature review, the Filmcast is joined by Phil Nobile Jr. to talk about No Time to Die, the latest entry in the James Bond series. Follow Phil Nobile Jr. on Twitter. Read Phil's review of No Time To Die here. Use #slashtag on Twitter to rec…
 
Time to unwrap another holiday-season podcast, this time about the pop culture topics of the December 1988 issue! What Now serves up smog, some Sassy superfan sisters, a book giveaway, what the stars want for the holidays, and "grotty"! Reviews include R.E.M.'s Green (featuring a legendary gaffe by our fearless leader Jane), Mystic Pizza, Clara's H…
 
Nicole Kidman finally joins the THOB Six Timers Club this week with what many consider her first major critical success. In the same year that Kidman had a major blockbuster in Batman Forever, the actress joined forces with Gus Van Sant for satirical Joyce Maynard adaptation To Die For. The film starred Kidman as the fame obsessed (and possibly mur…
 
It's about to be New Year's Eve, but not everyone's in a celebratory mood -- like Peter, who's getting sued for malpractice by some patient we don't know. Bobby invites Amanda and Peter to his house in Palm Springs, and though it seems like it'll be awkward with just the three of them there, Amanda rooks Alison into going, too. It's not like Alison…
 
We’re back stumping film festivals to bring you this bonus episode on our experience with this year’s New York Film Festival slate! Here Joe reflects on the Oscar potential of The Tragedy of Macbeth and The Power of the Dog, and Chris says Pedro Almodóvar’s Parallel Mothers features one of Penélope Cruz’s very best performances. We discuss other fi…
 
The SCU (Sopranos Cinematic Universe) expands with the release, in theaters and on HBO Max, of the prequel film The Many Saints Of Newark, and Rolling StoneSenior TV Critic/certified Sopranologist Alan Sepinwall is here to discuss it with us! Around The Dial takes us through The Problem With Jon Stewart, Our Kind Of People, Maid, and the Working Gi…
 
David talks about the new Netflix filmThe Guilty, Devindra mentions the Apple TV+ series Foundation, and Jeff brings up The Problems with Jon Stewart. For the feature review, the Filmcast is joined by Matt Zoller Seitz, Editor-at-large at RogerEbert.com and author of The Sopranos Sessions, to watch Many Saints of Newark. Find out how does this preq…
 
It's time for festive fun with the December 1988 issue, and that means...kicking off with a real bummer of a Catherine story about two teen preachers, one of whom should have probably been removed from his father's care. Christina tries to fulfill Jane's request that she figure out what being "in love" actually is, and isn't. Karen brings us what i…
 
There are few names in modern literature with more prestige than Cormac McCarthy, and his work has been adapted into the likes of Best Picture winner No Country for Old Men. For his first produced original screenplay, he partnered with one of the most prestigious names in movies and our most discussed director, Ridley Scott. Together they brought a…
 
Just in time for Jane to decide she should try to mend fences with her antagonists at work, Jo goes soft and asks Richard not to go through with his plans to push her out of the business -- at least not so close to Christmas! Richard agrees, but doesn't consider whether he should put the damning paperwork into a drawer or cabinet that locks. Kimber…
 
It’s another double feature night on the Filmcast. David, Devindra, and Jeff are joined by a friend of the show, Daanish Syed, to chat about Candyman (2021), the new Nia DaCosta film, and Free Guy, the latest Shawn Levy movie. Follow Daanish Syed on Twitter @_DaanishSyed Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend a title for us to watch. Thanks to Mike …
 
We're so grateful Nick Rheinwald-Jones jumped through a green Jurassic vagina with us to watch La Brea, NBC's latest attempt at a sci-fi dystopia -- but this one involves a sinkhole in "Los Angeles," were-dogs, and Jon Seda. Should you watch the pilot just for the dumb crappy fun of it all? Or is it too stuck in that 2006 "we can be the next Lost" …
 
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