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Christopher Robin and The Spy Who Dumped Me

Shawn is back in The Basement this week as a slew of new releases hit theatres -- none of them up The Basement Boys' alley, but the show always goes on.

Truth is, Jason and Shawn are never short on words, so this week they do indeed riff on Disney's Christopher Robin and the Mila Kunis/Kate McKinnon comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me, plus a couple of other releases.

But they also play catch up with Netflix's Extinction and the TV series Dark Tourist, and discuss the proposed prequel series for 24.

Plus there's their usual brand of irreverent, and some times inappropriate humour, and even a brief discussion about politics. Yes . . . politics!

And you can hear it all -- including Friday's segment on the Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show -- by pushing play. Stick with us!

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