In their latest episode, Glenn and Scott try to wash the taste of another disappointing slate of Oscar scores out of their mouths. In honor of National Film Score Day, they review ten scores they’ve never covered on the show before, selected for no reason other than that they’re good.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: lockdown hobbies, an N64 that fits in your pocket, webcam safety, candles that awake the restless spirit of the Hamburglar, people responding to the plague in hopeful or viscious ways, Frankenstein as told in Vines, Happy Birthday variations, and copyright.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: Love in a time of COVID-19, religious adjustments to pandemic, Wuhan, Imagine, what to do when you’re self-isolating, Big Brother: German Edition, a man who wants to read The Hobbit to you, landlords, JSTOR, how to help archivists if you have some time, and the case of the missing hit.
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This week in the Wednesday Walk: the meat cleaver massage, Iowa, RGB toasters, the worst sex scenes in modern literature, how to create a virtual traffic jam with your little red wagon, the home of the present, Dunkaroos, NFL negotiations, ghosts, and Amazon employees speaking out.