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Pop Culture Happy Hour: \'Transparent\' And Pop Culture Debuts MP3

On this week's show, NPR's Ari Shapiro joins us to chat about the Amazon show Transparent and about lots of different pop culture debuts.» E-Mail This Source: npr.org

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