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In this month’s episode of the Organist:
- Thomas Lennon (Reno 911!, Hell Baby) as an unhinged Urban Outfitters security guard in a short radio drama written by Nick Jones (Orange is the New Black, Jollyship the Whiz-Bang)
- The story of Chris Stroffolino, ex-Silver Jews, ex-Shakespeare scholar, currently living and performing amazing music in a 1983 Ford Econoline van in L.A.
- Kathleen Hanna on Julie Ruin, the Julie Ruin, and writing her own eulogy
- Mahzarin Banaji on the unconscious racial prejudices of four-year-olds
- Thomas Lennon (see above) reading a short, unhinged radio drama written by Blake Butler (There Is No Year, Ever, Scorch Atlas)
- Nothing else.