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Taking It Down Podcast – Episode 25 – The Plot Against America Finale and The Last Dance

In this week’s Taking It Down, Adam and Blaine talk about how quarantine has affected the each of them (1:00). From that, they discuss the recent minor news about the Star Wars universe and Disney+ (6:28) before diving into their regular check-in with the Morrow Movie Marathon (9:38).

Then the guys discuss the griping finale of the HBO show The Plot Against America (16:28) as well as the most recent two episodes of the ESPN documentary series The Last Dance about the Chicago Bulls (40:27).

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Host: Blaine Duncan

Cohost: Adam Morrow

2 comments on “Taking It Down Podcast – Episode 25 – The Plot Against America Finale and The Last Dance

  1. 87 Jetta

    Ken Burns has slammed The Last Dance because it was produced in association with NBA Entertainment and Jordan’s own production company, Jump 23. Basically, Burns believes that the integrity of the entire project was compromised because of the influence Jordan and his camp likely had on the final cut. He clearly has a point, at least from a journalistic standpoint, but is The Last Dance more entertaining memoir than legitimate documentary? Curious to hear your thoughts.

    Keep up the great work, fellas!

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    • Hey my dude. We are gonna address this in tomorrow’s podcast! Thank you for listening. I wasn’t sure what to make of Ken Burns’ comment until I read more of it.

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