The Crime Writers tackle a pair of hot media properties this week with a look at the Discovery Channel's latest foray into crime with Manhunt: The Unabomber. This leads to a heated debate about how FBI profilers are portrayed in crime drama...and Rebecca joins #TeamToby for the first time!Then, a review of the second season of Homecoming, the dramatized podcast with a stellar cast from Gimlet Media. Is the show in a second season slump? Will Rebecca ever stop calling David Schwimmer "Ross from Friends?" We'll answer those questions and a whole lot more.Finally, our Crime of the Week gives the panel a chance to relish Toby's response.Our sponsors this episode:Book of the Month - get your first book for $10 at bookofthemonth.com/CRIMEWRITERSPlated - go to plated.com/crime to get 50% off your first Plated boxBrooklinen - get $20 off AND free shipping with promo code CRIME at Brooklinen.comLola tampons - for 60% off your first order, visit mylola.com and enter promo code CRIMEview more
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