Jon has some things to say about Pat Metheny.
Also Nyle Steiner.
This New York Times piece on German outdoor preschools is interesting but I’m not sure it’ll work in Alaska.
We prep for our upcoming podcast about Jeff Goldblum (probably not a real thing) by talking about The Tall Guy.
Moltz had never heard of Stella, the comedy group.
Jason Alexander has long said he was inspired by William Shatner.
They probably wouldn’t make a movie like Crazy People anymore.
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