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Moody Mysteries And More Punching Bags

This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes and Glen Weldon are joined by...

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: This Is Your Life, And TV Pool Knockouts

This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR Monkey See's Linda Holmes, Trey Graham, Stephen Thompson...

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Eat, Play, Love

(Episode 307) There’s lots to explore in V.I.P. Elizabeth Gilbert’s adventurous new...

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 60-61

Lizzy teases Darcy, and a new chapter in the lives of the Bennets begins as the book comes to an...

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 58

Elizabeth and Darcy openly discuss their previous actions and current feelings.

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 56

Elizabeth receives an unexpected visit from Lady Catherine de Bourgh.

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 55

Mrs. Bennet contrives for Jane and Bingley to spend time together.

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 53-54

Lydia and Wickham depart; Bingley and Darcy return.

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 52

Elizabeth receives a letter from her aunt.

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 50-51

Lydia returns home for a visit with her new husband and reveals a secret to Lizzy.

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 47-48

Elizabeth returns home and the family anxiously awaits word of Lydia.

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 46

Elizabeth receives a pair of distressing letters from Jane.

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 43

Lizzy goes to Pemberly and is surprised by Darcy's unexpected appearance.

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 42

Lizzy contemplates her parents' marriage and departs with her aunt and uncle for a summer tour....

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 41

Lydia laments the officers leaving town while Lizzy has a conversation with Mr. Wickham.

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Pride and Prejudice - Ch. 38-40

Lizzy and Jane return home, Lydia talks up a storm, and Mrs. Bennet is bitter.

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