SSNPod #218 | Does This Make Boo-Boo Kitty a Disney Princess? | #saysomethingnew

We live in a time of great turmoil in the entertainment business arena. AT&T has already been trying to buy Time Warner, and now Disney, hungry for streaming content, wants to buy much of what’s left of 21st Century Fox. Now, granted, this would mean that Marvel Studios could get the film rights to the X-Men and the Fantastic Four back, but what other consequences could such a deal have? The SSN Crew discusses this topic and more, including a review of both the 2017 and 1974 versions of “Murder on the Orient Express,” Louis CK’s fall from grace, Jidenna’s new EP “Boomerang,” Darius McCrary opening his mouth and letting foolishness fall out, and just exactly who “Shazam!” villain Dr. Sivana is.

• 0:00:00: Film Reviews
  ◦ “Easy Rider” (Preview, 1969)
  ◦ “Head” (1968)
  ◦ “Murder on the Orient Express” (2017)
  ◦ “Murder on the Orient Express” (1974)
• 0:22:06: Inside the Hollywood Scandals
• 0:48:00: Film News
• 1:11:40: TV Reviews
  ◦ Tiffany Haddish on “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)
  ◦ “The Flash” (The CW)
  ◦ “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” (The CW)
  ◦ “Riverdale” (The CW)
  ◦ “The Gifted” (FOX)
  ◦ “The Mayor” (ABC)
• 1:26:46: TV News
• 1:48:01: Music Reviews
  ◦ Jidenna – “Boomerang” (2017)
  ◦ David Ruffin – “My Whole World Ended” (1969), “Feelin’ Good” (1969), “David” (1971/2004)
  ◦ “Rurouni Kenshin” Soundtrack (2012)
• 1:57:19: Say Something Nice Challenge

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