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A collection of pop culture podcasts full of smart, funny people who love talking about TV, movies, books, comics, games, and much more. This feed contains episodes from all the podcasts produced by The Incomparable.

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Recently Read 53: "Stasiland" by Anna Funder


A compelling book on a difficult subject, telling the stories of people who lived behind the Berlin Wall and lived in fear of the Stasi. - Host Antony Johnston.


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Total Party Kill 254: Quiverbottom and Associates


Dragonforge & Associates IV, Part 4


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Chick Flick Fix 14: Love, Simon


A modern classic? Quite possibly. We discuss a lovely coming-out and coming-of-age story.


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Robot or Not? 189: What We're Owed


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Recently Read 52: "Or What You Will" by Jo Walton


Do you like meta-fictional meditations on the nature of storytelling and Italy? Has Scott got the book for you! - Host Scott McNulty.


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TeeVee 661: Perry Mason S1E7 review: "Chapter Seven"


It’s the penultimate episode of Season 1 of HBO’s Perry Mason, where the big picture of who killed Charlie Dodson is finally revealed, relationships and promises are broken and we speculate as to how Perry will save Emily Dodson and if exoneration also comes with a happy ending. - Host Devin Higgins, James Farner and Taylor Hickney.


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Somehow I Manage 89: Fax Me a Rundown (S5E23)


"Satisfaction is our guarantee. We guarantee it."


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Magnum, podcast 18: "J. 'Digger' Doyle" (S1E17)


In a spin-off attempt that went nowhere, we get to meet J. “Digger” Doyle, played by Erin Gray right between her roles in “Buck Rogers” and “Silver Spoons.” We do an awful lot of Orson Welles impressions. Jason is frustrated by Higgins flagrant cock-blocking of Magnum. And what is this awful laser-related fiction Robin Masters is dictating? - Host Jason Snell, Philip Michaels and David J. Loehr.


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