OPINIONJoli Angel Robinson, Opinion contributor Published 6:00 a.m. ET April 12, 2020 If there was ever a moment we needed ‘Tiger King’ and the sense of connection it has created, it’s now — whether you’re #TeamJoe or #TeamCarole.It seems just about impossible to watch the story of Joe Exotic unfold in Netflix’s “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness,” the No.1 most-watched TV show in the U.S., and not have strong feelings for the many unique characters that are a part of this true-crime story. “Tiger King” gives a glimpse into the life of Joe Exotic and his Oklahoma Zoo, known as the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park. Parts of this story are unbelievable, but it has definitely been entertaining. President Donald Trump even got a question about a possible pardon for Joe Exotic at a recent press briefing. I was late in joining the “Tiger King” party, but I am fully invested in seeing how this story ends. With a new episode Sunday and even a call from the Joe Exotic from jail, the saga is not even close to being over. A way to remain connectedAlthough this documentary is far from anything that might be deemed good, wholesome, educational viewing, it has given many a collective sense of community

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