It's Pretty OK
Solving the paradoxes of our time since 2016

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Why don’t more bars serve beer in pitchers?

How do you pick a song for karaoke?

What does the word “home” mean to you?

Those questions range from silly to serious, but if you’ve ever pondered the answers to all three in a single day, you’re not alone.

Pour yourself a cup of coffee, crack a 40, or anything in between, and join the gang here at It’s Pretty OK as we attempt to answer these questions and many more. We promise it won’t be boring.

Ep. 51: Fan-ning the Flames

Photo from cbssports.com

This week, the NFL playoffs prompt a conversation about the different ways we express our fandom when watching sports. Max likes to have a rooting interest whenever he's watching a game, and Sean and Pierce have many questions about that.

Referenced in this week's episode: Maximillian Potter's feature on former Deadspin/Gawker editor A.J. Daulerio, written for Esquire, and Jeffrey Toobin's New Yorker essay on the Hulk Hogan/Gawker trial.

Music: "A Praise Chorus" - Jimmy Eat World