After nearly a year of dormancy, we’re ready to get back on the podwagon: introducing the new Christ and Pop Culture Podcast. Please consider subscribing, enjoying, and reviewing the show, all of which you can do just a few clicks away in iTunes.
The CaPC podcast will be published three times a week. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, we’ll be keeping up with a wide range of topics–film, music, the church, sports, sexuality, race, etc.–and providing the kind of perspectives you’ve grown to love from our stable of thoughtful, talented writers and editors. We’ve got a week’s worth of the show ready for you to listen to right now.
On today’s episode, Christ and Pop Culture’s editor-in-chief Richard Clark, and Staff Writers Kevin McLenithan and Tyler Glodjo discuss Jimmy Fallon’s “The Tonight Show” start and authenticity in the new era of late night, why The LEGO Movie is resonating so well, and fanboys’ unfair expectations for creators.
Links from the episode:
- Check out the CaPC monthly magazine, which features the authenticity piece mentioned on the podcast.
- If you’re cool with the spoilers, check out Tyler’s take on The LEGO Movie.
- Here’s the video “Are Angry Fanboys Bad for Games?”