Review - The Flight Attendant (HBO Max)

Kaley Cuoco's Flight Attendant finds herself at the center of a mystery. As she tries to solve it we learn more about her and the mess that lies beneath the surface of her seemingly carefree and fun-loving persona. She's got secrets, and she's not the only one. Mild Spoiler Alert - this review will discuss the catalyst that drives the central mystery of the show. That happens in E1 and is portrayed in all the promotional materials for the show but if you want to go in completely cold then read no further! TL,DR - this show is GREAT! I highly recommend it.

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Part Three in a Series - Beatles from the Beginning

Continuing my chronological journey through the Beatles catalog - this week we're listening to A Hard Day's Night, their third studio album.

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Review - Decoder Ring

Each month, Willa Paskin (television critic for Slate) poses a pop culture question she's been wondering about and then proceeds to try and find an answer.

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Review - The Unicorn (CBS)

The Unicorn is a way better than average broadcast sitcom, elevated by a fantastic lead performance by Walton Goggins and a terrific ensemble that clicks from Episode One. With the first season (18 episodes) available to stream on Netflix, you might want to spend a few of your Thanksgiving hours with this fun show.

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Occasional Feature - Ask Your Pop Culture Concierge

In this occasional feature your PCC answers your pop culture queries. Today's question - should you subscribe to Disney+?

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