TMR 22.4: “Devotion to Off-Grid Religions” [Praiseworthy]

Emmett Stinson (Murnane) joins Chad W. Post and Kaija Straumanis this week to educate us about Australian culture and literature and things we should keep in mind while reading Praiseworthy. He also participates in a round of the world-famous trivia game: “Australian Baseball Player or Indigenous Australian Writer?” There is, of course, Bluey talk and cuck jokes, along with analysis of the end of “The Censer.”

This week’s music is “Pinball Lez,” the original intro music to Bluey, by Custard, fronted by David McCormack who you might know as the voice of Bandit.

For more of Emmett, check out this episode of Beyond the Zero.

If you want to see a truly horrible “Australian influenced” recipe from someone whose Instagram might be a cry for help, click here.

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Tune in next week for more banter and analysis live on YouTube where we will be covering pages 265-336.

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