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Vanity Fair critics Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson break down the most exciting and interesting television of the season with interviews with the cast and crew, episode-by-episode analysis, and re-capping.

Customer Reviews

Great Content but annoying delivery

This is, like, a really well done, deep dive and I, you know, like the content but, you know, it’s like annoying as hell to, you know, listen to you both, like, talk. Please, like, be aware and work on that, you know?

Decent podcast

I'm a podcast fanatic, and I was excited to delve into this one. Robinson is an energetic lead, leads the hour well and is very knowledgable on the subject. Lawson, on the other hand, doesn't seem like he wants to be there and doesn't seem to know much on the subject that he's giving 12 hour podcasts on. I myself have read the book, so I feel like I know more about this subject than he does (which is a shame as a podcast viewer). And seeing as Orth (a Vanity Fair contributer) wrote the literal bible on Cunanan, I would think as a Vanity Fair editor you would do the same. I might give the podcast another shot, if only to hear Robinson and any upcoming guests (hopefully the incredible Cruz, Criss and Ramirez!)

Verbal tic victims but intelligent analysts

Please stop saying “like” so much (each of you). You are professional grown folks now. It is a vexing, obnoxious, and juvenile habit that takes “2 stars” away from your talent. Do you write this way?

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  • Category: Arts
  • Language: English

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