Episode #1426

The Heat & Eric Fischl

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Friday, June 28, 2013

 Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock in <em>The Heat</em> Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock in The Heat (Gemma La Mana)

This week in Studio 360, some anxiety about money. The makers of the lady-buddy-cop movie The Heat are feeling the heat to match the success of Bridesmaids, or Hollywood’s women will get sent back to the rom-coms. And an indie-rock veteran puts his reputation on the line to complain publicly about his Pandora royalties; will he become the next Lars Ulrich? Eric Fischl paints the traumas of his childhood in full color, and the band Hem sings an ode to a Superfund site.

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Gregory Davis from Bryn Mawr Pennsylvania

I enjoyed listening to the segment on The Heat very much. That said, it seemed very odd that the ground-breaking tv series Cagney & Lacey wasn't mentioned at all (unless I missed it). Beginning in 1981 it ran for seven seasons, followed by four made-for-tv movies, winning numerous awards.

Jul. 02 2013 12:22 PM

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