The Jinx, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Peaky Blinders, and more...

In this episode of Everything Justin and Keith change up the format of the show and move to a weekly timeframe. In the watching section Justin talks about HBO's true crime mini-series "The Jinx," and Netflix's new comedy from Tina Fey "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt." Keith discusses the amazing sound design of "On Cinema at The Cinema," and the underappreciated BBC series "Peaky Blinders."

Justin and Keith then share their anxieties about the potentinal of the books they're reading ending poorly. Keith is reading "The Book of Strange New Things," while Justin is reading "The Southern Reach Trilogy."

The two move on to talk about what they've been playing where Keith talks about "Darkest Dungeon." Justin prompts Keith for an answer as to why he or anybody plays video games, and quietly questions every decision he's ever made, then shares his latest raid experience from "Destiny."

They finish the segment by discussing the podcasts "Everything is Stories" and "The Ethicists," and Keith discusses his newfound and unabashed love for The Purity Ring's new album.

The show ends with a brief discussion of last episodes recommendation of "The Lawnmower Man," by Stephen King, and Justin recommends the 1975 movie, "The Noah."

Show rundown:

The Jinx: 11m 42s

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: 22m 22s

On Cinema at The Cinema: 26m 50s

Peaky Blinders: 32m 03s

The Book of Strange New Things: 34m 42s

The Southern Reach Trilogy: 37m 28s

Darkest Dungeon: 41m 25s

Why Do You Play Video Games: 43m 38s

Destiny: 53m 43s

Everything is Stories: 58m 35s

The Ethicists: 01h 01m 05s

Recommendations: 01h 05m 00s

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The intro/outro music for the show was found on The Free Music Archive, and is provided by Johnny Hawaii:

The Lonely Smurfer (Johnny Hawaii) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

The interstitial music was found on The Free Music Archive, and is provided by Miss Emma:

Une Glass au Citron (Miss Emma) / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0