MULTIMEDIOCRITY #28 – “How Frequent Their Misunderstandings”

A STATE-LINES.COM Podcast hosted by Shawn Talley and Matthew Hevey


MULTIMEDIOCRITY: The Broadcast! – How Frequent Their Misunderstandings

\\ “I exploit you, still you love me / I tell you one and one make three” \\

On this installment of MULTIMEDIOCRITY: The Broadcast!, Doofin and Talley are… well, frustrated — at the world, at their fellow man, at the current administration. The usual attempt to dive right into pop culture topics is eschewed for a step onto the ol’ soapbox, where they express their disillusionment over, among other things, the ongoing actions at our southern border, said actions’ apathetic defenders, and the growing entitlement of Star Wars fanboys.

The guys eventually do move on, touching on subjects like the recent passing of Anthony Bourdain, how dudes seem to gauge the greatness of Pixar films on a scale of how many tears they shed, the current World Cup, and soccer fandom in the States, or the lack thereof. It’s a scattershot show that sees the conversation bounce from Chris Hardwick’s recent woes to Viola Davis’ ability to elevate even the subpar-est of material. Wonder where it all went wrong with us on Episode 28, heard via the State Lines Network!


— The previous episode: MULTIMEDIOCRITY #27 – “Solo, and Thanks for Phoebe Cates”
Billy on the Street with Lupita Nyong’o
— Fade In Music: Living Colour – “Cult of Personality” | Vivid (1988)
— Intro/Outro Music: The Kimota Bombs – “Pop Song” | Nuclear Family EP (2017)
[ check out The Kimota Bombs at: Spotify | Apple Music | BandCamp ]

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About Shawn Talley

Shawn is a cinephile, music junkie, comic book geek, sci-fi nerd, and pro wrestling apologist who knows all the words to the seminal hip-hop hit "It Takes Two". He speaks in pop culture references and riddles, and aspires to be just rich and/or famous enough to not need a LinkedIn profile.

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