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Nov 29, 2021

One of our most requested guests, Dave Weigel (Washington Post) is finally able to make an appearance on our show after getting the approval from the higher-ups, and it does not disappoint. Despite writing about politics and all the blocks that come with that, we dig into one of Dave's weirder blocks: Amy Schumer, who blocked him for saying Trainwreck wasn't all that good. The episode is very good though, as we obviously talk politics with Dave, like gerrymandering and the Tea Party and other important political things like the GTA remasters, Letterboxd, Bone Bone, and competitive video gaming. We also have a brief POD Kast crossover as Dave gets excited over John mentioning 311 and John introduces Dave and Stefan to the concept of a "brodel".


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Dave Weigel is a politics writer for The Washington Post whose book, "The Show That Never Ends: The Rise and Fall of Prog Rock" is available everywhere you get your books. You can follow him on Twitter at @DaveWeigel.