Afterthoughts • William Martin

June 11, 2021

This week, Dodge and Pete are unpacking his conversation with William Martin. They try to have a simple conversation on a simple concept and fail terribly. But that’s the path of the Tao, right?

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Outside In

June 10, 2021

Lynn Shelton returns to team Duplass, this time with Jay. How well do they do as co-writers? Why weren’t people talking about Edie Falco and her performance in this film more? We also love Kaitlyn Dever who clearly shows she’s incredibly talented. And how does Shelton do with a straightforward drama? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more!

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How Smile Train Leverages PR For Impact

June 9, 2021

Susannah Schaefer, President and Chief Executive Officer at Smile Train and Scott Pansky, Co-Founder and Social Impact Lead at Allison & Partners drop by to talk PR best practices.

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The Peanut Butter Falcon

June 9, 2021

Is there magical realism woven into the end of this film? Possibly. Will kids want to carve watermelon helmets after watching this? Maybe. Is this a film that the whole family can watch together and enjoy? Steve and JJ disagree. Listen in to find out why.

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The High Conflict Divorce: Navigating Volatile Behavior with Megan Hunter

June 8, 2021

Ninety percent of divorce conflict can be resolved through dialog and negotiation. But what about that last ten percent? Megan Hunter of the High Conflict Institute joins the Toaster this week to help us navigate the volatile divorce.

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Taking Care of Your Covid Puppy with Karis Nafte

June 8, 2021

So you got a COVID puppy. Now what? Shelly talks with dog trainer and pet custody mediator Karis Nafte about the incredible rise in dog adoptions during the pandemic, and they discuss tips on how new dog owners can work on training those new members of the family to become well-trained dogs.

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Humanity at Work: Returning to the Office Part 2

June 8, 2021

Picking up where we left off last week, Jonathan Atwood is back to talk about the realities of returning to in-office work, and the critical need for empathy and humanity in the process. He’s a former global communications head at Unilever, provocateur, and champion for the voice of employees.

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The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

June 8, 2021

Does the decision to move out of haunted houses and instead focus on a possessed person help or hurt this film? Does Michael Chaves ably take over from James Wan? And just how much do we love Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as Ed and Lorraine Warren? Join us in the boardroom to get in on the conversation!

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Philanthropy’s Power Problem with JustFund’s Iara Peng

June 7, 2021

Getting resources to organizations truly doing front line work involves challenging entrenched ideologies and engaging leadership often marginalized in philanthropy: people of color. And so it is a group of funders and organizers of color who founded the organization, those who know best how to poke at philanthropy’s power problem. One of the leaders of this charge is our guest today: Iara Peng, founder and CEO of JustFund.

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2021-06-05 • Saturday Matinée

June 7, 2021

We’re watching some things, we definitely talk about that. Edgar Wright’s latest headlines our trailer bit, we’ve got a list of LGBTQ Hamlets, and a list made up of movies shot and set in the US Pacific Northwest! Bring the RAIN!

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Afterthoughts • William Martin

June 11, 2021

This week, Dodge and Pete are unpacking his conversation with William Martin. They try to have a simple conversation on a simple concept and fail terribly. But that’s the path of the Tao, right?

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Outside In

June 10, 2021

Lynn Shelton returns to team Duplass, this time with Jay. How well do they do as co-writers? Why weren’t people talking about Edie Falco and her performance in this film more? We also love Kaitlyn Dever who clearly shows she’s incredibly talented. And how does Shelton do with a straightforward drama? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more!

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How Smile Train Leverages PR For Impact

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Susannah Schaefer, President and Chief Executive Officer at Smile Train and Scott Pansky, Co-Founder and Social Impact Lead at Allison & Partners drop by to talk PR best practices.

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The Peanut Butter Falcon

June 9, 2021

Is there magical realism woven into the end of this film? Possibly. Will kids want to carve watermelon helmets after watching this? Maybe. Is this a film that the whole family can watch together and enjoy? Steve and JJ disagree. Listen in to find out why.

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