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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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Look, at this point is it even worth trying to figure out what's going on with Kimberly's whole legal situation? Apparently the administration at Wilshire Memorial has given up, because they've agreed to let her work there again -- as a psychiatric intern, but still. The hospital turns out to be the nexus of a lot of new drama: Bobby makes a gigant…
 
In this bonus After Dark episode, David, Jeff, and Devindra to make sense of a series of strange tweets about Preacher, then discuss what it's like to avoid Venom spoilers. To hear the rest of the story next week, and to sign up to listen to ad-free episodes and/or bonus After Dark episodes, go to Patreon.com/filmpodcast.…
 
Nearly two years after its first-season premiere, The Morning Show is back on AppleTV+, and its #1 fan Christina Tucker has returned to talk about all the delightful madness! Around The Dial takes us through The Premise, Doogie Kamealoha, M.D., and the new seasons of Sex Education and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Amelia asks us to poach good …
 
David, Devindra, and Jeff chat about the Emmys, Cry Macho, and Y: The Last Man. For the feature, the Filmcast is joined by Kendra James, producer at Crooked Media, to talk about Come From Away, the Broadway musical now available on Apple TV+. Follow Kendra James on Twitter @KendraJames_ Pre-order Kendra's new book Admissions: A Memoir of Surviving …
 
It's hard to know what the editors think their reader is doing in November 1988, based on the issue's fashion and style content. Is she dressing drably for a job? Visiting the Southwest (again) in suede? Attending a formal girls-only party? Maybe all three in succession! At least the hair story suggests pleasantly un-fussy styles...not that you can…
 
Once Amanda recovers from the shock of (a) seeing Bobby after seven years and (b) seeing the gun in his waistband, she agrees to let him explain himself: he still truly loves her, does not intend to kill her, and would never hurt her in any way. She's ready to say goodbye and part on friendly-ish terms...or so she says, but the single tear that fal…
 
FX on Hulu's take on comics series Y: The Last Man has finally made it to air -- and Taylor Cole has finally made it over from The Great American Pop Culture Quiz Show to talk about it with us! How is the show different from the comics? Can Diane Lane's hair still be a national treasure if her roots are a plot point? And does a certain Hero need to…
 
David, Devindra, and Jeff are joined by Ariel Fisher, managing editor at Fangora.com, to discuss the Matrix 4 trailer, the Clinton impeachment, and Motel Makeover. For the feature reivew, the Filmcast watches Malignant, the latest horror film by James Wan. Follow Ariel Fisher on Twitter @Afis8 Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend a title for us to…
 
What Now? Or should we be pronouncing it "What NOW"? An extraordinarily salty Christina fills the two-page spread by denigrating Jane Wiedlin's animal activism, casting doubt on Jason Gedrick's sincerity when speaking about his mental health issues, and saves her last bit of poison for Remote Control's Marisol, who was not even still ON Remote Cont…
 
We had to take the week off due to Life Issues for everyone but we present you with two selections from the Again With Again With This library. Back in full force next week. AWAWT 054: Almost 20 years ago, Marcia Cross played a suspected black widow -- with a twist -- on a second-season CSI. And when we say that the role is metal, we're speaking qu…
 
Since the third season of American Crime Story revolves around Bill Clinton's late-'90s impeachment scandal, we could think of no better guest to join us in discussing it than Dan Rogge, noted co-writer of the mid-'00s theatrical production Monica! The Musical. And we got him! Around The Dial takes us through A.P. Bio, Money Heist, Black Monday, an…
 
David, Devindra, and Jeff remember actor Michael K. Williams. For the feature review, the Filmcast watches Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first Asian superhero movie. Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend a title for us to watch. Thanks to Mike C for building the Hashtag Slashtag website: https://hashtagslash…
 
Sassy is, of course, very proud of the work they did in their first few issues -- describing what readers' first sexual experiences might be like, demystifying boys' bodies, profiling out queer couples, and so on. But apparently the hate mail we read in the October issue was just a tiny fraction of what they received, or so we must surmise given No…
 
Between her great new radio gig and the removal of her wrist monitor, Kimberly is really feeling herself. And it turns out she'd like men to feel her too -- as many as she can get! She's so busy scoring that she maaaaaay not devote enough concern to Vic, who keeps calling the show to tell her how bad he thinks her advice is. However, she DOES take …
 
EEHG 102: Sarah Forces Everyone To Watch Alfred Hitchcock Presents S03.E01: The Glass Eye Join us for the third-season premiere of Sarah's go-to mid-century anthology series, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, featuring Captain Kirk, Jessica Tandy, ventriloquism Deadheads, spinster-ist propaganda, and a hall-of-fame crappy TV kid. EEHG 122: Dave Forces Eve…
 
The Filmcast is off this week, but in its place, it's a blast from the past! David and Jeff review Fantastic Four, with a newly recorded intro reflecting on where we think these characters might be going in the MCU. Thanks to our sponsors this week: Fast Growing Trees. Improve your landscaping by visiting fast-growing-trees.com/FILMCAST and get 15%…
 
How Superstitious Are You? The October 1988 quiz helps us figure it out, but not all of us are happy with our results. Then we play some of your most recent calls: what happened to someone who did sew bells on an outfit; how effective cortisone shots are on cystic acne; which pens are actually superior; and what is a Pam filter? We also share some …
 
Remember when the Jo/Jane/Richard/Jake/Shelly situation was merely a love pentagon? WELL. Jane tries a power play on Jo upon her return, with Richard, to the studio after their Hawaii sojourn, leaving all of Jo's photography gear in the lobby and informing her that she's fired. Richard then informs Jane that in a 50/50 partnership, she can't unilat…
 
University of California (NOT California University...you'll see) faculty member Bobby Krut returns to talk about Sandra Oh's new English-department half-hour dramedy on Netflix, The Chair. We discussed the almost-perfect pacing and casting, underrating Amanda Peet at your peril, whether Holland Taylor should get a spinoff, and more. Then we went A…
 
It’s a double feature week here on the Filmcast. David, Devindra, and Jeff are joined by Walter Chaw to review Coda, the new Apple+ film directed by Sian Heder, and Pig, the film directed by Michael Sarnoski starring Nicholas Cage. Read Jenna Beacom's review of Coda here. Follow Walter Chaw on Twitter. Read Walter's work at Film Freak Central here.…
 
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