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March 6, 2020 83 min
Another amazing Skewer. Unfortunately we lost host Tom Harrison's opener because he forgot to press the "Record" button. Oh well. The rest of the lineup was pure class. Donna Das discussed the infuriatingly stupid and fake idea of "electability." Dan Lastres explained how Lovecraftian role-playing-games are the perfect way to practice navigating the eldritch shores of 2020. Alisa Rosenthal covered this month in fluff with a recap of this season of the Bachelor. And Ian Randall explained how an American expat makes do when living abroad (note: "make do" may be an overstatement). Finally, erica dreisbach takes the Skewer debate crown unopposed due to her opponent's illness, but what a victory lap she took! Folks, it's a good one. Check it! News Quiz with Kevin Johnson (Round One) - 00:00 Donna Das - 07:13 Dan Lastres - 17:30 Alisa Rosenthal - 37:00 Ian Randall - 47:53 News Quiz with Kevin Johnson (Round Two) - 59:46 THE SKEWER DEBATE: erica dreisbach vs. N/A - 1:07:00
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