Walk. Ride. Rodeo., Instant Hotel, and Junebug
This week, host Bobby Finger has New York Times Books Review columnist Jaime Green and comedian Emmy Blotnick to the studio to hop on the horse and discuss the inspirational new Netflix film Walk. Ride. Rodeo.–what it does well, what it does not-so-well, and what blintzes have to do with all of it–as well as the baffling and wonderful Australian competition series Instant Hotel–which needs a U.S. adaptation immediately. We also discuss our other current obsessions: the lovely and life-affirming Amy Adams vehicle Junebug (Bobby's), Britain's serene gardening show Big Dreams, Small Spaces (Jaime), Bob Ross's timeless The Joy of Painting (Emmy), and *checks notes* Russia's Toughest Prisons (also Emmy). Skip segments you'd like to keep spoiler-free with these handy time codes:Walk. Ride. Rodeo.: 9:48 - 23:15Instant Hotel: 23:15 - 35:27You can read Jaime's column here, and watch Emmy's new Comedy Central special here.Call 754-CALL-BOB and share your current obsessions, and we may discuss it on a future episode!Once again, it's 754-CALL-BOB.
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About The Show
What’s everyone talking about on Netflix? Bobby Finger invites guests — fans, critics, friends — to gab about the most-discussed titles of the moment. What are people saying? Why do they love it, hate it, or need to scream about it on Twitter? Ranging from meme-y chatter to in-depth analysis, this is the entire range of popular conversation around the newest Netflix titles distilled into a half hour show.