#168 | Period Piece Papa Pope (feat. @kuroverse)

Reboots and revivals continue to thrive in entertainment, some of them welcome like Janet Jackson’s tour (and her shade towards brother Randy) and “Will & Grace”, and others not so much, like a Mona Scott-Young Xscape biopic and “American Idol.” In this episode, the Say Something Nice crew discusses these comebacks, as well as Sony Pictures’ $719 million loss for 2016, our ideal Papa Pope “Scandal” spin-off, and the horror of Lee Daniels possibly making an OutKast biopic. As a bonus, we have a full-season spoiler discussion of “Riverdale” during the post-show.


• 00:00:00: Intro/Film News

• 00:21:43: TV Reviews

  ◦ “The Flash” (The CW – SPOILERS)

  ◦ “Riverdale” (The CW)

  ◦ “Scandal” (ABC)

  ◦ “American Gods” (STARZ)

• 00:44:59: TV News

• 01:16:56: Music Reviews

  ◦ The Jackson 5 – “It’s Great to Be Here”

  ◦ The Temptations

  ◦ Fall Out Boy

  ◦ Parramore

  ◦ Ne-Yo’s Version of Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble”

• 01:27:47: Music News

• 01:42:22: Ken’s Say Something Nice Challenge/Outro

• 02:00:26: Post-Show: “Riverdale” Season 1 SPOILER Discussion



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