Girls in Hoodies Podcast: True Blood, Burning Man, and the James Franco Roast

True BloodThis week, Grantland’s Rembert Browne dropped by the Hoodie Clubhouse to recap his actually-pretty-fun-sounding adventures at Burning Man, the famed festival/temporary city/art space that sets up shop every summer in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. $400 for a week without money or cell phones and 8 a.m. dubstep alarms? Sign us up! We also assess the legacy of True Blood in light of the announcement of its final season, and our conflicting feelings about the often funny, frequently grating roast of James Franco on Comedy Central. How many ironic gay/racist jokes does it take to make an actual gay/racist joke? We don’t have an answer to this question, but that won’t stop us from talking about it.

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Molly Lambert is a staff writer for Grantland.

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