Good Looking Out Episode #65

Back from the dead! Sorry it’s been so long but life has been getting in the way with deaths in the family etc. We make up for lost time with tons of picks! We discuss the latest podcasts, TV, books and films including the new Netflix Sabrina series, the Cali wildfires, ramen and tacos in SF, Mark H corrupts Santos with Three Wives One Husband on Netflix, Eric recommends two amazing books The Sisters Brothers and The Boneless Mercies, and at least 8 more picks!

Good Looking Out #58

Santos is back from Mexico. Eric talks about going to SXSW film festival. We discuss the new Netflix sci-fi series Altered Carbon, Santos talks about watching Mafioso by Alberto Lattuada and Jean-Pierre Melville films on Mubi, Santos talks about the Room 237 documentary about the theories around the “true meaning” of The Shining, We both sing the praises of The Pit Barrel cooker, the amazing Ear Hustle podcast and more.

Good Looking Out Episode #54

We return to food this episode. Santos talks about his posh new LA lifestyle and the amazing Nobu-inspired black cod dish he made for me. I discuss a Sunday family fav in our house, Martha Stewart's classic beef stew recipe. We discuss K-Bop Korean in MPLS, and Korean and Indian food. I give Santos unrelenting shit about his tragically hip yet somehow totally uncool Allbird sneakers, and Santos yaks about the World Series. Note: we are still working out some kinks in our new setup, but have ironed out some of the bugs. Please bear with us and thanks for listening!

Good Looking Out #49

TV Party! We have our own version of Black Flag's famous TV Party this episode and stick to TV shows you should check out. Santos gets down in his usual literary fashion and recommends Olive Kitteridge. Eric talks Fargo season 3, Better Call Saul season 3, and Elementary. Santos gets even more obscure with the Amazon Original "Fortitude." Eric brings it back to Earth with the amazing revival (after a 10-year hiatus) of Samurai Jack. Santos can't let it lie in pop culture and throws a powdered wig on to talk John Adams from HBO. We talk the poetry and prose of Deadwood and our hopes for the Deadwood movies. Enjoy!