Jun 27, 2018
To paraphrase the great 20th century philosopher Lisa Turtle,
"What is art? Are we art? Is art art? And, most importantly,
is The Thomas Crown Affair art?"
Television writer/producers, and the subject of a recent
Hollywood Reporter piece on their courtship, Stacy Traub (Glee,
Blackish, SMILF) and Hunter Covington (It's Always Sunny, Alone
Together, The Carmichael Show) join Phil and Kenny to discuss that
Does "The Thomas Crown Affair" rise to the level of the pieces
its protagonist steals? Does it have the delicate touch of Manet's
"The Banks of the
Seine at Argenteuil?" Does it's scope and emotional heft more
closely resemble Edward Burkne-Jones' "The Mirror of Venus?"
Is Pierce Brosnan's mysterious nature mirrored in Magritte's "The
Son of Man?" Is Rene Russo's effortless elegance akin to that
of Monet's "San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk?" Or is its
simple structure and sophomoric execution more like Cassius
Macellus Coolidge's "Dogs Playing Poker?"
Tune in to the podcast to find out!