The Goods: Network (1976) – Long, verbose, angry, shouted rants

Join Dan and Brian as they view the seminal ’70s satire Network for the first time, admire its almost Shakespearean devotion to monologues, praise its award-winning cast, bask in Faye Dunaway, and ponder just how much it predicted the 21st century media landscape. Dan narrates his own Howard Beale rant for 2020 while Brian notes the film’s many connections to his favorite movie, UHF.


  • Link to my appearance on Dear Discreet Guide discussing Enlightened will be posted here once the episode is published.

Music credits:

RetroFuture Clean by Kevin MacLeod

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