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Who Shot Ya? Episode 78: 'High Flying Bird', Steven Soderbergh, and Our Favorite Movie Worlds with Emily Fleming

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Who Shot Ya?
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Emily Fleming

High Flying Bird

This week the gang is joined by comedian Emily Fleming (Good Mythical Morning, @Midnight) to talk about Steven Soderbergh's latest movie, High Flying Bird. The crew breaks down last week's Academy Awards. Plus, they discuss the "movie world" in which they would most want to live. And to finish things off, as always, staff picks.

Staff Picks:

Ricky - Perfect Bid: The Contestant Who Knew Too Much
Alonso - To Dust
April - Slumber Party Massacre
Emily - Abducted In Plain Sight

With Emily Fleming, April Wolfe, Alonso Duralde, and Ricky Carmona.

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Pop Rocket Bonus Episode 112: Oscars Special with Chris Schleicher

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Guy, Margaret, Chris, and Karen
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Pop Rocket
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Guy Branum
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Margaret Wappler
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Karen Tongson
Guests: 
Chris Schleicher

This is a rush edition of Pop Rocket focusing on The Oscars. Guy Branum, Margaret Wappler, Karen Tongson and special guest Chris Schleicher waste no time in dishing on cinema's biggest night. They skip the "all abouts" and jams and get right to the WTF of it all--the best picture debacle, Casey Affleck and Brie Larson, bad hair, bad clapping and Hacksaw Ridge. Plus, we'll get to the bottom of why Margaret Wappler wants to be Taraji P. Henson's eyebrows when she grows up.

Guy Branum explains why he has a problem with standing ovations, and reveals a fact about director Ezra Edelman (OJ Made in America) that blew him away.
Margaret Wappler hearts Natalie Portman's performance in Jackie and, apparently, Taraji P. Henson's eyebrows.
Karen Tongson analyzes the ways Moonlight was successful in moving the lens away from gay white people.
And Chris Schleicher gets all Zapruder film in breaking down the Best Picture fiasco and gives us his theory about Faye Dunaway.

Dive in!

Guy Branum, Karen Tongson, Margaret Wappler, and Chris Schleicher

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Other Links:
Viola Davis' acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress
Elaine Stritch's 2004 Emmy's speech

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