Subtitles The New Yorker Presents S01E08 – Episode 8

Season 1, Episode 8
Friend of Bill: When you least expect it, Bill Murray may appear to you. Last Session: Charles Grodin and John Turturro play a therapist and a patient who wants to end therapy. Eureka With Basil Twist: Meet genius puppeteer Basil Twist. The Hell-Raiser: Filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman (The Celluloid Closet) profile apostate preacher Rob Bell. Cartoons by Farley Katz and Liana Finck.


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