We delve into what makes a high school story interesting to people not in high school. Why does Roger like Glee but not so much Veronica Mars? That leads to what makes an interesting TV show at all.
Roger and Tom chat on why food seems to be improving in the US, and what makes large organizations like schools and corporations fail so miserably at being exceptional.
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Tom and Roger discuss why sandwich shops are always bad, whether the Scott Pilgrim movie is good, and what’s with Internet ads these days.
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Special guest Patrick Beja helps us tour the amazing world of French versions of American TV shows like the A-Team as well as revisiting your comments on home schooling.
Brian Brushwood joins Tom and Roger and they talk quite a bit about home schooling and how it’s good and bad. We also discover that Roger hates TV.