In this week’s episode, we really lean into the “problematic” of it all. I mean, we are leaning on it so much we are about to topple over. That said, we welcome screenwriter/producer Ken Cheng (Easter Sunday, Wilfred) and Yo, is this Racist? podcast co-host and writer Andrew Ti (mixed-ish, the upcomingThat ’90s Show) as we have a spirited discussion about Manhattan. Yes, that Manhattan directed by Woody Allen. The format is a little different this time around. Ken is well aware of how fucked up the movie is and talks about why he chose it — but I think he chose it because Andrew hates the movie from the depths of his soul. Needless to say, there is a lot to discuss when it comes to this piece of work. Listen at your own risk.
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