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Tuesday
Feb272018

9.17 Smackdown Companion: The Shape of Phantom Billboards

For this month's Smackdown (read here) we looked at the supporting actress nominees: Octavia, Mary, Lesley, Laurie and Allison. For the companion podcast, special guests Candice Frederick, Erica Mann, Kevin P O'Keefe, Andrew Carden and Chris Feil joined Nathaniel to talk about the Best Picture nominees and supporting performances that weren't nominated. 

Smackdown 17 Best Picture and Supporting Actresses

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