They devour TV, movies, art, music and the internet to find the things that move them — to tears, awe and anger. Still Processing is where they try to understand the pleasures and pathologies of America in The first episode of Still Processing will drop on Thursday, Sept. In this inaugural episode, Wesley and Jenna work through their feelings about America's reaction to Colin Kaepernick and Leslie Jones, take a romantic stroll through Central Park, and talk to Tika Sumpter of "Southside With You" about the art of the first date. They also decode the inherent racism of the sharing economy and bring in dance writer Shanti Crawford to review the moves we watched during the U. While we are discussing the Emmys, which Jenna barely wanted to watch, something amazing happens: a call from somebody who actually has an Emmy! So we escape to Bryant Park, where Jenna gives Wesley some advice for how to detox. It's billed as a stoner comedy, but the show is actually about the vulnerability of life in the city, and we swap stories about the moments we've felt most alive in New York. Wesley has a list too.
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Morris joined The New York Times from The Boston Globe in with a podcast as part of his new contract and approached Wortham about serving as co-host. Morris and Wortham host the podcast. The format typically includes discussion between Morris and Wortham as well as one or more interviews, sometimes in studio but often in outside locations: the first episode "First Date" followed Wortham and Morris on a walk through Central Park. Laura Jane Standley and Eric McQuade of The Atlantic described the show as "at base, a set of discussions about the big cultural events of the day. But Still Processing is sharp and intellectual, goofy and raw: The two hosts talk to each other and to guests including RuPaul and Margo Jefferson about anyone from Colin Kaepernick to Kerry James Marshall ; about society and art; about dating and work. Episodes are usually between half an hour and an hour in length, and released weekly on Thursdays. Reviewing the podcast's launch, Tim Barnes at The A. Writers Jenna Wortham and Wesley Morris bring a jolt of energy to the show, which feels like old media finally embracing the new. The Atlantic named Still Processing among the 50 best podcasts of , citing the November 10, post-election episode "The Reckoning" as a "banner episode".
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They devour TV, movies, art, music and the internet to find the things that move them — to tears, awe and anger. Still Processing is where they try to understand the pleasures and pathologies of America in Listen on Apple Podcasts.
Like the vast majority of us, both writers are confined to their flats for the foreseeable future and have settled into a discussion about ways to cope with an extended period of social distancing. Fittingly, Wesley is wearing an apron; Jenna is surrounded by plants and books. The first part said three hours to make the marinara.