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Another Round, Episode 19: Was That A Microaggression Or Just Tuesday?

On this week's episode: The return of What Had Happened Was: Goldfish Edition and an interview with the incomparable Audie Cornish, host of NPR's All Things Considered.

Posted on August 4, 2015, at 11:50 a.m. ET

It's Podcast Tuesday! Drake is busy making Meek Mill cry, but he took time out to give thanks for today's show.

Us too, Drake.

That's because this week's show is a BANGER with lots of laughs and "amen" moments that you reeeaaally need to get into!

This episode sees the return of "What Had Happened Was," and this time it's a twofer of sad fish death stories.

R.I.P. to the soldier's we've lost.

We also interview the amazing and UNREASONABLY FLY Audie Cornish of NPR fame!!

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Raise your hand if you didn't know that Audie was black until now!

And because you probably need it, we're also happy to provide some inspirational words from Kanye West.

Here are six random things you can expect to hear on this week’s episode:

1. "So you were like 'Let me recreate Martin Luther King's funeral for Cornbread, my not-goldfish.'"

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2. "It does feel sometimes like there's a Clark Kent effect; things I would not do in my regular life, I will do because I'm reporting."


3. "Is there no place where we're not safe from a Kardashian?!"


4. "'Microaggressions' is a very millennial thing. This was just called life before."

5. "Praise Shonda!"


6. "Call Ta-Nehisi!"

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This episode features music from Donwill (follow him on Twitter) and Jean Grae!

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