If you don't like this episode, just be wrong. Just stand there in your wrongness and be wrong and get used to it. Plus, Hrishi brings back a field report from the Democratic National Convention, with thoughts on The West Wing from former DNC CEO Amy Dacey (@AmyKDacey), Senator Chris Coons of Delaware (@ChrisCoons), and Zeke Miller of TIME (@ZekeJMiller).
A couple astute listeners have pointed out that the "hundred years ago thing" is, in fact, a real book: When My Grandmother Was a Child, by Leigh W. Rutledge. The title and author are mentioned in the diner scene with Zoey and Charlie, but their dialogue overlaps with Gina saying some Secret Service stuff. Apologies for missing it.