Taking It Down comes at you just in time for the CDC’s announcement that vaccinated people can gather. What does that mean for us? Well, one of the crew hits the road, which opens the door for frequent guest host Natalie Morrow to sit in an empty chair (1:03)? Where is Adam? Natalie, Blaine, and Donovan talk some like music and, of all things, the Poke Salat Festival (1:27).
Then it’s a lot of praise and analysis on the fourth episode of the HBO phenom, Mare of Easttown, titled “Poor Sisyphus” (5:16).
The final segment for the week is about the Netflix movie The Woman in the Window, which went up on the streaming service Friday, May 14 — the questions to answer, though, is it any good and why or why not? (21:39).
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