Set it Up

Episode 92: 'Always Be My Maybe' with Guest Host Ify Nwadiwe and comedian Atsuko Okasutka

Who Shot Ya?
Ify Nwadiwe
Atsuko Okatsu

Always Be My Maybe

This week’s episode is ROMCASTIC! Ify Nwadiwe returns as guest host and we’ve ALSO got comedian slash actress slash host of Let's Go Atsuko!, Atsuko Okatsu, to talk Always Be My Maybe! Plus, the panel decides which Asian characters from the big screen they’d want--or not--in their friend posse. Will Short Round make the cut?

In news, The Academy will award four honorary Oscars..
Netflix, Disney and other major entertainment companies threaten to take their business elsewhere in states that have passed laws to severely restrict reproductive rights.
Audiences almost never got to see the orgy set to ‘Benny and the Jets’ in Rocketman.

Staff Picks:

Drea - Last Black Man in San Francisco
Alonso - Can't Stop the Music
Ify - Shin Godzilla
Atsuko - Paddington 2

With Alonso Duralde, Drea Clark, Ify Nwadiwe, Atsuko Okatsuka

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Produced by Casey O'Brien and Laura Swisher for

Pop Rocket Ep. 179: What's in YOUR (pop culture) Bubble? w/ Jordan Morris and Sudi Green

Sudi, Guy, Jordan, Karen
Pop Rocket
Jordan Morris and Sudi Green
Guy Branum
Karen Tongson

This week, Guy Branun and Karen Tongson are joined by Jordan Morris, writer of the new Maximum Fun scripted series Bubble, and Sudi Green, former Totally Biased w/ Kumau Bell production assistant, current model and current writer for Saturday Night Live. In honor of Bubble the team will discuss which shows and films help create their safe bubble from the rest of the scary world.

Jordan is all about is all about Hearts Beat Loud, a summer film that offers the perfect respite from the deluge of CGI battles on the silver screen. Sudi is all about the book Educated, a memoir from Tara Westover that’s startlingly dark, but compulsively readable. Karen is all about The Showtime series The Affair, which just began its latest season and has all the hetero-disaster-kink that fans of the show have come to expect. Guy is all about the Netflix film Set it Up, a rom-com that’s getting a lot of love online… but he just couldn’t quite get into.

The group will take an extensive look at their personal pop culture bubbles; the things that help define their outlook on life in an unchallenged way. But as this country feels more and more divided, not just politically but in media tastes, what shows and films are there that transcend the borders of the Bubble and unite everyone in their consumption? They’ll provide the answers.

With Sudi Green, Karen Tongson, Guy Branum and Jordan Morris.

The Pop Rocket 2018 Summer Book Club is a go! We’re reading Crazy Rich Asians. Join the Facebook group and get in on the conversation.

That’s My Jam:

Sudi - Rachel Crow - Dime.

Karen Tongson - Huey Lewis and the News - Do You Believe in Love?

Jordan Morris - Rachel Cantu - Love Rush.

Guy Branum - Calvin Harris (with Dua Lipa) - One Kiss.

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Produced by Laura Swisher for Edited by Julian Burrell.

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