No Improvement Podcast 👯 Episode 142

No Improvement is a sort-of-funny talk show that explores the vast, untapped potential of TV shows, books, films, and more. Quill & Slate blog runners Thelonia and Tia review—and then reimagine—the stories you know and love until you can barely recognize them anymore. Hopefully in a good way. And if not, well, we hope you are still entertained.

In the 141st episode of No Improvement, we discuss the 2021 film The Stand-In, which was, um, something. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

In two weeks, we'll be talking about the 2021 true-crime documentary Why Did You Kill Me? on Netflix.

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