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Awful and Awesome Ep 227: No Time To Die, Scenes From A Marriage

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While talking about the Bond film No Time To Die:

Rajyasree: Who did the theme song, Abhinandan?

Abhinandan: Of which one?

Rajyasree: Of this one.

Abhinandan: No Time To Die (sings a different tune).

Rajyasree: You didn’t even listen to it because you were outside on the phone.

Abhinandan: (continues singing) Hi hi, no time to die...What? I don’t know! Who did it?

Rajyasree: Billie Eilish.

Abhinandan: Oh.

Rajyasree: Is Billie Eilish a girl or a boy?

Abhinandan has no clue and Rajyasree bursts out laughing.

This and a whole lot of other stuff awful and awesome as Abhinandan Sekhri and Rajyasree Sen review Daniel Craig’s last Bond film No Time To Die; miniseries Scenes From A Marriage; and New York Times article “Who Is The Bad Art Friend?”.

PS: Abhinandan and Rajyasree share their cinema experience and discuss who should be the next Bond.

Producer’s note: Rajyasree and Abhinandan reviewed the song No Time To Die last year; check it out here.

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Song: Insane and Excuses

Timecodes

00:01 - Introduction

01:35 - No Time To Die

24:31 - Subscriber letters

31:08 - Scenes From A Marriage

39:23 - Subscriber letters

43:30 - Abhinandan’s song recommendation

49:29 - Who Is The Bad Art Friend?

References

No Time To Die

A new decade for Bond

Graham Norton Show with Daniel Craig

Billie Eilish - No Time To Die

Spectre

Carnage

A Very English Scandal

After Daniel Craig, these 7 actors could be the next James Bond

Scenes From A Marriage

Molly's Game

Norsemen

Excuses - AP Dillon & Gurinder Gill

Who Is The Bad Art Friend?

Sweety Shahi Khajoor

India Today Conclave : भारत में Sports Culture पर क्या बोले Kiren rijiju और Anurag Thakur

Recorded and produced by Jude Weston, edited by Samarendra K Dash.

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