This Week in Ringer Culture features Bachelor Party trying to understand why Arie is spending so much time with Krystal (0:44), Black on the Air with Bradley Whitford on how the experience of watching Get Out differs based on the audience (5:56), The Watch offering a review of David Letterman’s new Netflix show (featuring inaugural guest former president Obama) (11:02), Binge Mode discussing sci-fi legend Philip K. Dick and the new anthology series based on his stories, Electric Dreams (16:12), Press Box dissecting Facebook’s decision to prioritize posts from friends and family over those from news outlets (20:57), and House of Carbs with with Eater editor-in-chief Amanda Kludt predicting that ube and square pizza will be big in 2018 (25:22).
This Week in Ringer Culture: Obama on ‘Letterman,’ Villains on ‘The Bachelor,’ and Food Trends for 2018
Highlights of this week’s ‘Ringer’ podcasts, including Obama’s guest appearance on David Letterman’s new Netflix show
Van and Rachel also discuss LeBron James’s comments about the non-coverage of the Jerry Jones controversy
Kevin is joined by CBS Sports’ Will Brinson to preview five of this weekend’s most intriguing NFL matchups and predict the four teams in the CFB Playoff
Brian and three-time Super Bowl champ James White discuss the Pats’ dysfunctional offense, potential friction between Mac Jones and Matt Patricia, Devin McCourty’s Patriots career, and more
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