Bodyguard “Episode 1”
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(3.00) Crabman Award: Crab-Ex-Husband
(7.20) MVP Awards: David Budd and or Richard Madden
(9.55) Literary Analysis: The conflicts
(18.35) Stormy Daniels Dangling Threads of Interests: Costs of War and Privacy Acts
(34.30) Petard Trivia: Mo vs Drew
(43.45) Shop Talk: Jimbo’s new job, Drew’s strike, sports, and of course racism all while Mo eats her spicy soup!
Petardar: (recommendations based on today’s viewing and conversation
- Kevin and Whitney’s The Bodyguard
- The best and the Brightest by David Halberstam
- V for Vendetta (the film)
- “The Rains of Castamere” GoT Season 3 Episode 9
- British House of Cards
- Verax graphic novel
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