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DR350: The White Lotus Series Premiere and I Think You Should Leave Season 2

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In this week's episode David, John and Kyle catch up on Summer entertainment news including Jerry Seinfeld's Pop Tart movie (2:00) and Tessa Thompson's jigsaw puzzle TV show (6:30). We also discuss news that James Gandolfini was paid NOT to join The Office (11:30) and how Joe Exotic is holding a contest to find a date for when he is released from prison (14:30). Next we review the series premiere of HBO's The White Lotus (20:20). Finally, we break down everything from I Think You Should Leave season two (33:20).

This episode was originally recorded on July 20th and can be replayed on YouTube and Twitch. You can hear our thoughts on I Think You Should Leave Season 1 by clicking here. To get in touch with us follow us on Twitter and Instagram!

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