Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour: Really Rich Culture And Things Made Just For Us

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A drawing of two clinking martini glasses.

On this week's show, we use yet another seasonal marker — tax season! — to talk about pop culture and money, in which we chat about everything from Trading Places to Bayou Billionaires. We also take advantage of a Facebook suggestion from one of our listeners to locate the pop culture that seems to have been created in an underground laboratory to appeal just to us.

And then, we talk about what's making us happy this week, and I won't lie: this week's thing making me happy made me just about as happy as anything ever has. So deal with THAT.

Follow us all on Twitter — me, Trey, Stephen, Glen and Mike — or find us on Facebook and hang out with the other PCHH listeners, who always make us happy.



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