Taking It Down Podcast 49 – American Utopia and Our Favorite Political Pop Culture Moments

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Where would we be without Covid? The guys discuss (1:09). Then they ponder if Disney Plus’s The Mandalorian is really for them (1:46) before asking why the hell was Dan Mullen coaching (5:56)?

The crew then gets into their main segments: first, since it’s Election Day, it’s about the best of politics and pop culture (8:22) before talking about HBO’s new show How To With John Wilson (20:32). Lastly, they reflect on David Byrne and Spike Lee’s collaborative effort American Utopia, which is also streaming on HBO (28:34).

A glimpse into this week’s episode!

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