Pop Culture Comfort Food To Help You Get Through The Election Year We know — you're tired. The next presidential election is still just over a year away, but it feels like the last one never ended. And if that's how you feel, imagine what it's like for folks who cover this stuff for a living. We asked Ayesha Rascoe and Danielle Kurtzleben from the NPR Politics Podcast to tell us what pop culture they turn to when they need a break.
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Pop Culture Comfort Food To Help You Get Through The Election Year

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Pop Culture Comfort Food To Help You Get Through The Election Year

Pop Culture Comfort Food To Help You Get Through The Election Year

Pop Culture Comfort Food To Help You Get Through The Election Year

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We know — you're tired. The next presidential election is still just over a year away, but it feels like the last one never ended. And if that's how you feel, imagine what it's like for folks who cover this stuff for a living. We asked Ayesha Rascoe and Danielle Kurtzleben from the NPR Politics Podcast to tell us what pop culture they turn to when they need a break.

Show Notes:

What's making Stephen happy: Hereditary

What's making Ayesha Happy: In The Tall Grass

What's making Danielle Happy: Joe Pera Talks With You

What's making Glen Happy: Ramy Youssef: Feelings

The audio was produced and edited by Emmanuel Johnson.