Episode 346: Are You Familiar with The Work of Chris Kattan?

The Overthinkers tackle the 40th Anniversary of “Saturday Night Live”, and wonder why it was funny in the first place. They also spend a little time thinking about the “50 Shades” phenomenon.

otip-logo-podcastonePeter Fenzel, Mark Lee, and Matthew Wrather overthink the 40th annviersary of Saturday Night Live, and wonder why it was fun in the first place. They also spend a little time wondering about the 50 Shades phenomenon.


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2 Comments on “Episode 346: Are You Familiar with The Work of Chris Kattan?”

  1. Fred Firestine #

    When you were talking about “A Will Ferrell movie” being a known entity, no matter what his specific role is, I thought of Richard Dean Anderson. As MacGuyver, and Jack O’Neill in the Stargate TV shows, he brought humor and a gruff-but-likeable personality. Being involved with Stargate for 10 years, he was able to express a whole range of emotions in that way.


  2. cat #

    I find the conversation around 50 Shades of Grey a little frustrating. Like the podcasters, I have not read it and have no real desire to engage with it and yet there’s a part of me that wants to defend it. It’s not well written and it puts forth some very problematic concepts and yet I think it’s being unduly criticized for the wrong reasons; for coming out of fanfiction, because of the physical appearance of the author, for being largely written for a female audience.


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