Bourdain was a great lover and champion of music, and tributes from musicians have been pouring in, including Iggy Pop, Laura Jane Grace of Against Me!, Questlove, El-P, Zola Jesus, John Lurie, Jimmy Eat World, and more.
In a subplot that involved Marge rediscovering a book she had loved as a child but now realizes is culturally offensive, she asks. ”Well, what am I supposed to do?” Lisa replies, “It’s hard to say. Something that started decades ago and was applauded and inoffensive is now politically incorrect," then adding, "What can you do?" as the camera pulls back to reveal a picture of Apu on Lisa's nightstand, signed, "Don't have a cow."
Before the band even played a single note, Geoff Rickly talked about how he loves living in a place where everyone is welcome -- the band once again had their "Protect Immigrant Communities" and "Refugees Are Welcome" banners hanging behind them -- and then the band went right into their cutting critique of America, "Autobiography of a Nation," off 2001's Full Collapse...
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