Nathan Fielder shows you how easy it is to hack the Emmys

Our pop culture contributor shares her "two goods and a bad" in the world of pop culture for this week.
(Nathan Fielder/YouTube)

Every Tuesday, pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue stops by q to share two things she loves and one thing that she could live without — we call it "two goods and a bad." For the first thing she loves this week, Donahue discusses comedian Nathan Fielder's video that shows how someone could hack the Emmy voting system (watch that below), and Netflix's "top-secret" request page. As for the thing she's not loving, Donahue talks about Neil Patrick Harris and Rachel Bloom's awkward exchange at the Tonys.

Produced by Vanessa Greco


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