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Lass is More with Josh Lasser

Focusing on the media, "Lass is More" sits down with the individuals who make the movies and shows that people are, or will be, talking about. The things we watch are not created in a vacuum, but rather as responses to far larger thoughts and issues. From why someone took a role to what it means to them to where they’re going next, we put the pieces of the puzzle together. The "Lass is More" podcast gets to the core of the issue, offering perspective on both the people involved in a project, and the project itself.
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Now displaying: April, 2015
Apr 28, 2015

This week, Daniel Fienberg of HitFix comes on "Lass is More" to discuss the television season that is ending, what next season may bring, and what we may be looking at even further down the line.  Bundled vs. unbdunled cable packages, "Modern Family," "The Goldbergs," and superhero TV shows are all looked at on this "Lass is More."

Apr 21, 2015

The new Josh Gad-Kevin Hart comedy The Wedding Ringer has a great premise at its center -- it's a platonic Pretty Woman.  However, at some point the filmmakers opted to not make that movie, choosing to abandon the film's heart and soul for jokes about other parts of people's anatomy.  

Apr 14, 2015

Josh's children are young -- four and nearly nine -- but the way they see television and interact with it is radically different at their age than it was for Josh when he was that old or even today.  How is it different?  What does it all mean?  We unpack some of those issues on this minisode.

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