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My Hot Canadian Girlfriend (You'd Love Her. She's the Best.)

Much like that friend in grade school who claimed to have a hot Canadian girlfriend that he only got to see when she was in town for a modeling shoot, you're just going to have to trust me about the KtS Podcast:

It's still very much alive, and there's even a back-log of episodes just waiting to go up. In the last couple weeks, me, Matt, and Graham have recorded awesome chats about Rush and Gravity, and I believe Captain Phillips is next on deck. However, due to a podcast-publishing glitch with Squarespace (which hosts this site), I'm unable to post the episodes for you to enjoy.

I've been assured that Squarespace's team of expert engineers (none of whom have hot Canadian girlfriends--or boyfriends--to my knowledge) are on the case, and that the issue will be resolved as quickly as possible. Rather than banging my head against the keyboard any longer (the last three episodes were hours-long, jury rigging nightmares) I decided to call in the professionals--and that was half a month ago.

Long story short, you'll soon* be deluged with aural pleasure. I just can't say when, exactly. In the meantime, feel free to peruse any of our previous thirty-three installments for our thoughts on movies past--and to chart my progress in the ongoing war against sleep deprivation! Seriously, though, on behalf of myself and the guys, thanks very much for checking in and staying engaged. This podcast is one of the most fun things we get to do each week, and we're as anxious as you are to hear what we actually said.

Take care!


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