So as we introduce our new logo and Podcast name together. Alicia and I go out to see the female version of Ocean's 11. Called Ocean's 8. Led by Sandra Bullock, we watch this new movie with skepticism and hope that possibly a new franchise will emerge with these ladies leading the way. With hopefully a female director next time.
Five years, eight months, 12 days and counting -- that's how long Debbie Ocean has been devising the biggest heist of her life. She knows what it's going to take -- a team of the best people in the field, starting with her partner-in-crime Lou Miller. Together, they recruit a crew of specialists, including jeweler Amita, street con Constance, suburban mom Tammy, hacker Nine Ball, and fashion designer Rose. Their target -- a necklace that's worth more than $150 million.
The guys come back together to rant about the media not having the guts to ask the hard questions and why are they still fearful of their jobs at the Whitehouse? We jump into the amazing pursuit by women to gain political office to make the changes instead of waiting for Change.
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Prosecutor Hwang Si-mok who, as a child, lost the ability to feel empathy joins a police lieutenant to try to uncover the true identity of a serial killer. While looking into the case, he must fight rampant corruption within the police department that continuously undermines the investigation. Si-mok vows to find the perpetrator within two months, but rumors about his violent nature pop up and lead to questions about his ability to lead the case. He eventually sets out to meet the person who he believes is the real murderer.
We took a few weeks off but get back into the issues just in time to run into topics such as pardons, entertainers going the Hell off, immigration and back to the NFL BS. The team jumps right in and give out their unrehearsed, unsolicited candid opinions.