The M&M Report: 2016 in Review

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Devin and I reflected on a turbulent year for world affairs and a fruitful year for pop culture in the final M&M Report of 2016. Thanks to all who have listened this year. See you in 2017!

Timecodes

Frank Ocean’s Blond (0:00-9:40)

the Longform podcast (9:40-18:15)

Atlanta (18:15-33:40)

O.J.: Made in America (33:40-42:20)

The Lobster (42:20-47:30)

Hell or High Water (47:30-54:50)

Moonlight (54:50-End)

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Coldplay-ing the Super Bowl

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A Wall Street Journal reporter just broke the news that Coldplay will be the musical act for the halftime show at Super Bowl 50. Twitter has already erupted in “outrage.”

 

Taken in isolation, those are all valid responses to this news. You have every right to think that you will not enjoy a Coldplay set during the halftime show. But there’s a point at which this frustration becomes futile and draining.

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