Episode 345

Moving Back Into The Loft For The Real World Homecoming: New York

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March 10th, 2021

1 hr 43 mins 44 secs

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About this Episode

As part of the relaunch of CBS All Access as Paramount Plus, the original Season 1 cast of The Real World has reunited in their old Soho loft for a limited series, so we got back together with our former Real World recapper Kim Reed to discuss the series premiere! Also on the Paramount Plus tip, Tara also has to stress that she is not a crackpot for being irate that Oprah's interview with Harry and Meghan is somehow not on it. Around The Dial takes us through Good Girls, an update on Married At First Sight, the WandaVision finale, a Cop Rock tie-in on Last Week Tonight, and the midseason finale of 9-1-1: Lone Star. Lauren uses her Extra Credit to make us assemble a group of TV friends we would want to hang out with -- and who we think would enjoy hanging out with each other; then Sean makes the case for the Nonac induction of ER's Season 4 travelogue "Fathers And Sons." Finally, we crown the week's Winner and Loser, and close up with a Game Time as sticky as it is speedy. After you're done taking Gouda for a quick walk around the block, join us for our latest episode!

Show Topics

  • The Real World Homecoming: New York
  • I Am Not A Crackpot: Not having Oprah's Harry and Meghan interview on Paramount Plus is a gigantic failure for a brand-new (re-skinned) streaming platform just tree days after its launch
  • ATD: Good Girls
  • ATD: Married At First Sight
  • ATD: WandaVision
  • ATD: Cop Rock on Last Week Tonight
  • ATD: 9-1-1: Lone Star
  • Extra Credit: Make New Friends
  • The Nonac: ER S04.E07: Fathers And Sons
  • Winner and Loser of the Week
  • Game Time: The Wide Stick That Gives You The Edge

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