Under Further Review Season 2 Episode 14 – Circular

Welcome to Under Further Review, the show where two lushes (Andrew Lemieux and Kata Stevens) get drunk on sports!

All Hail the NFL’s Circle of Parity! This time, I think we really broke Kata, you guys. An Instagram graphic got us thinking: does it really matter if every team in the NFL has beaten every other team in the NFL? And does it matter if any given team can win on any given Sunday? Come experience the madness on this episode of Under Further Review!

UFR S2 E14 – Circular

Part 1:

Part 1- A bit of housekeeping, including a Thanksgiving recap, a petition regarding the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Westminster Dog Show (2:04-14:00)!

Part 2:

Part 2- An email from Georgie introduces us to the NFL’s Circle of Parity. Andrew delves into what this mysterious circular image means, and Kata goes… perhaps a bit too far into the existential void (15:08-31:23).

Part 3:

Part 3- Looking ahead to week 14 in the NFL, which games are the ones to watch? Are the New England Patriots in trouble after their loss to the Houston Texans? Can the Buffalo Bills upset the Baltimore Ravens? Aren’t fantasy football ties the worst thing ever? (31:48-50:12)

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We’re already prepping for our second trip to the Westminster Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in February 2020. Do you have questions you want us to ask? Do you have questions you want us to answer? Which dogs should we be on the lookout for? What are your FAVORITE FACTS about dogs? Shoot us an email at [email protected] and help us begin in our research!

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Under Further Review was created by Andrew Lemieux and Kata Stevens. The show airs live on Facebook every Monday, and the podcast audio can be found on Apple Podcasts (or wherever you listen) each Thursday morning. This episode was recorded live on Monday, December 2nd, 2019.

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