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This week, Katey, Dave, and David are all MIA — so it's up to Patches to pick some topics and wrangle the Internet's best to talk them out. First up, Patches and James Rocchi of MSN Movies profess their love for Cosmos and discuss Carl Sagan's influence on movies. Then, Mike Ryan of Huffington Post joins the show to slam this weekend's two hour Google commercial, The Internship. Our mini-segment piggybacks off We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks to dig into the trail of Bradley Manning. We wrap up with a look at the film talk that's happening on Tumblr, with Chad Perman and Michelle Said of the successful blog/magazine Bright Wall Dark Room. We kick it off with a lightning round question inspired by the documentary, Dirty Wars.

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00:00-01:38 Lightning Round

2:45 - 13:59 Patches tidbit: Cosmos

14:36 - 25:35 The Internship

25:52 - 29:54 We Steal Secrets & the Bradley Manning Trial

30:18 - 46:15 How Tumblr Is Changing the Film Conversation

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This week's music:
"A Glorious Dawn (a Cosmos remix)" by melodysheep

"First Release" by Fall On Your Sword

"Nylan Cat" by Nylan Cat

"All By Myself" by Eric Carmen

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