During Black History Month I want to showcase and highlight my friends, colleagues, and people I look up to who are doing great things. Actor/ comedian/ podcaster Chris Lamberth, from “The Mundane Festival” joined this episode to talk about the one and only Spike Lee!

On this episode we tackled just a small sampling of Spike Lee’s massive catalog, and talked about movies from each decade starting with 1986’s “She’s Gotta Have It”, and taking us all the way to 2015’s “Chi-Raq”.

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Time code breakdown:

0m:00s – 3m:45s: Introduction of the episode topic and guest

3m:45s – 26m:55s: Getting to know you: Chris Lamberth edition!

26m:55s – : Background on Spike Lee and our first experiences with his films

26m:55s – 48m:10s: Discussion of a selection of Spike Lee’s films from the 1980’s:

48m:10s – 1h:12m: Discussion of a selection of Spike Lee’s films from the 1990’s:

1h:12m – 1h:43m: Discussion of a selection of Spike Lee’s films from the 2000’s:

1h:43m – 1h:47m: Wrap up and social media handles

Thank you so much to Chris for taking the time out of his busy schedule to Skype into the show and have this discussion about Spike Lee!

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