Family dramas are the hardest type of one-hour programming—they must keep viewers engaged without a weekly patient to cure, crime to solve or case to litigate. David Chang, Morgan Neville Stars: Ugly Delicious is wise, funny, unpretentious and fascinating. An Icon Talks Fear. Click I Have iTunes to open it now. Chang is not a Bourdanian.
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AKA the people running this great nation, who always seem to find themselves in the midst of a scandal. Mark Hudis, Barry Sonnenfeld Stars: Life at the Back of the Pack. Master the Mental Game.
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But Kristina is living with cancer and Potter is giving the performance of her career. Tom Hardy joins the cast in the second season. Jordan Hasay discusses her meteoric rise as a runner, and how the sport helped her cope after the death of her mother. Dealing with injuries, focusing on recovery, and learning the mental strategies needed to make you ready for race day. Life at the Back of the Pack.
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Our panel of experts will help you run your best in 2017; some of the top stories of the year. David Willey concludes his dramatic "moonshot" training season at the Bayshore Marathon. The show became a part of my life.
Love on the Run. A frank discussion about on-the-run harassment; an interview with actor and marathoner Theo Rossi; and what to watch for in New York this weekend. Run Your Best Fall Race. Andrew John Mulaney sports inconvenient erections; Nick Kroll awaits his first pubic hairs; Jessi Jessi Klein begins menstruating at the Statue of Liberty; Jay Jason Mantzoukas conceives rococo ways to get off with his pillow.
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The unbreakable bond between a blind runner and his guide; why mortals need coaches; a recap of the Chicago Marathon and the backstory to our November anniversary issue. Ultrarunner Karl Meltzer breaks down how he claimed the Appalachian Trail thru-hike record; tips for running any off-road path with more confidence. Ham-handed conceits have been replaced with winking, sophisticated self-referentiality. Running the Numbers With Jared Ward. Turns out, we might also have a crush on The Guild itself.