The week in Broketown, 2/29-3/4

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Whoopi! Cocoon Central Dance Team! And more in this week’s Broad City episode.

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The return of Dear Penny told you what to do about your unfunny friend.

We showed you how to make your own Shake Shack burger at home.

Millennials told us they’re actually not eating cereal because it’s a fraud food.

The creators of an Olsen twins museum told us about their vision.

Eric called summer music festivals the “subprime mortgages of live music.

But if you are into them, we figured out which big NYC fest is worth your dough.

Surprise, people got upset about this comedy diversity discount.

Stephen Colbert offered you a job.

Bernie and Hillary finally participated in a debate on important Brooklyn issues.

Acid Dad talked new music and the skateboarding taco.

Broad City paid sweet homage to Sister Act, and The Sandlot.

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