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Listen Now: The Succession Episode
"They're not bad people, they're broken ones"
Before I get into it, I’ve had a bunch of DMs asking for 1:1 coffees which I deeply appreciate! Right now, I don’t have the time to sit down with everyone, but I suspect most of your questions will be answered via this free training that I’ve created: “How to live life on your own terms”. Click here to watch for free.
Now, onto this week’s podcast episode
Listen or watch below (FAQs and what to expect below). Let me know what you think!
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It’s finally here. The podcast episode about the show that I absolutely have LOVED this year. The show that’s given me a sense of joy during the most frustrating weeks. The hallmark of great literature and media is that it holds up a mirror into our society on a macro scale, and the condition of humanity on a microscale, and Succession does that with equal doses of drama and comedy. This episode touches on generational patterns, the sibling experience and the TRUE meaning of the word ‘succession’.
I really enjoyed recording and relistening to this episode, I hope you do too! Let me know what you think
Some quick FAQs:
Do I need to have watched Succession to enjoy this episode? No, I explain everything so hopefully it’s interesting
Are there spoilers? Yes, only a couple. Approach with caution (tbh, where have you been and why aren’t you caught up?)
In this week’s episode:
Why I think describing the Roys as ‘bad people’ actually misses the point
I give a snapshot of just how deep and brilliant this show is in my eyes…
How annoyed I’d be if I was Connor Roy
ls a look into 2053, when we have a Succession reboot 👀
How it started…
How it’s going
Mentioned in this episode:
Actors on Actors: Jeremy Strong & Anne Hathaway
Scars on Logan’s back
Me, FK and Jollz on the ‘I Said What I Said’ podcast