“Tiger King” Episode 8 Review: A pointless episode that’ll be watched by millions

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Today on the show, binge-addict Beckett tells TC all about Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness’s Episode 8. Calling it a pointless addition to the series, but one everyone will watch regardless. The new episode is available on Netflix right now.

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Also on the show, HBO’s latest Run premiered Sunday and Beckett, who literally watches everything gave his two-cents. Be warned, his perspective is 100-percent that of a grumpy middle-aged man. Make up your own mind with the trailer below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9gnW8TAP2U

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Finally, on the show, the strangeness that is The Lighthouse is picked out. The 2019 movie starring Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson is already available on Hoopla if you have access. If not, the movie Beckett calls “the weirdest he’s seen in a while” lands on Amazon Prime Video April 16. On the eve of Bosch Season 6.

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