On the second episode of Coffee and Bars, your hosts discuss complicated feelings on John Goodman, Columbia House’s turn to vinyl, Nina Simone and the film Nina, the groundbreaking British teen show My Mad Fat Diary and more. Also: fashion overalls (“they’re coming!”).
For this week’s links, read on below.
Read and watch:
- AV Club: The Brilliant ‘My Mad Fat Diary’ Finally Comes Stateside
- The Guardian: Sharon Rooney: ‘I’ve Always Looked The Same. It’s Never Been An Issue’
- Pitchfork: St. Vincent Has Written And Directed A Horror Film
- TMZ: Prince Rushed To Hospital After Emergency Landing
- Consequence of Sound: One Day After Being Hospitalized, Prince Spotted Riding His Bike, Throwing All-Night Dance Party
- FiveThirtyEight: John Goodman Is America’s Greatest Supporting Actor
- Variety: ’10 Cloverfield Lane’ Provides The First Truly Oscar-Worthy Performance Of 2016
Below, John Goodman in 2004’s “Home of Phobia” (nee ‘Freshman Orientation,’ apparently) as a bartender at a gay bar:
John Lithgow, why is it so hard to see you in your ‘Dexter’ role!?
BONUS! BONUS! BONUS!
Podcast intro music (Pump It by Tyler Twombly) is licensed under a Attribution License via CreativeCommons.org.