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Sasha Stone of AwardsDaily.com talks about 20 years of raising a baby and a website on the Oscar race.

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Sasha Stone of AwardsDaily.com talks about 20 years of raising a baby and a website on the Oscar race.

    Episode Seven - Why Can't I Quit You?

    Episode Seven - Why Can't I Quit You?

    Returning from a long break and visiting the year was 2005 -- Brokeback Mountain was the film to beat until Crash won in an 11th hour shocker.

    Episode Six - You Don't Understand My Plight

    Episode Six - You Don't Understand My Plight

    The year was 2004 -- Million Dollar Baby came in at the last minute and beat Martin Scorsese's The Aviator. But it was also the year that Alexander Payne's wonderful film Sideways entered the race.

    Episode Five - I'm Glad You Here With Me, Here at the End of All Things

    Episode Five - I'm Glad You Here With Me, Here at the End of All Things

    The year was 2003 and Lord of the Rings: Return of the King was about to win Best Picture. A new relationship would upend our lives and cause much damage. But it would be a learning experience like no other.

    Episode Four - And That's Showbiz, Kid

    Episode Four - And That's Showbiz, Kid

    It was the year Roman Polanski and Harvey Weinstein faced off for the Best Picture Oscar. Nicole Kidman, Adrien Brody won Oscars in lead. Chicago would be the big winner in Best Picture.

    Episode Three - To Be a Poet and Not Know the Trade

    Episode Three - To Be a Poet and Not Know the Trade

    A Beautiful Mind was hit with a smear campaign, a publicist makes contact, a bad break up and a new move, plus Halle Berry and Denzel Washington make history at the Oscars

    Episode Two - What We Do in Life Echoes in Eternity

    Episode Two - What We Do in Life Echoes in Eternity

    Gladiator beats Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and why Almost Famous continues to resonate over time. Oscars at the turn of the millennium, how social media has changed everything and what it was like to pretend to be a journalist.

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