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    Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

    I feel the same way about Glengarry Glen Ross (another stage adaption). I haven't seen Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf in 20 years or so, but I recall liking it, and I recall liking George and Martha. I'd rather spend an evening with them than Nick and Honey.
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    Episode 217 - Jaws 3-D

    The interiors in this movie are lit in the same way as cheap '70s potboiler TV shows. Don't get me wrong, I'm drawn to that look, but it's pretty lazy for a big budget movie made in '83. Also, I don't like when they rag on Paul for his childhood asides. He obviously tells the stories because he knows they are funny and/or odd, but then he's made to feel bad about it. He just sounds like he was a kid with an over-active imagination.
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    Episode 216.5 - Minisode 216.5

    I remember when NBC premiered Manimal a few months after this movie, I was like, "Hey, it's that guy from Jaws 3". (It was a short-lived reference; now -- and forever more -- when I reference Simon MacCorkindale, I say, "that guy from Manimal.")
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    Episode 216.5 - Minisode 216.5

    I saw Jaws 3-D in the theater when I was 7. It was a fun experience (3-D movies were a rare novelty in '83) but a lackluster movie. Haven't seen it since. I can't imagine how bad it is NOT in 3-D. Can't wait to get re-acquainted.
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    Dickie Plugman

    bump https://soundcloud.com/toddfronauer/dickie-plugman
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    Episode 215 - The Country Bears (w/ Kulap Vilaysack)

    There ya go. The 70s.
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    Episode 215 - The Country Bears (w/ Kulap Vilaysack)

    In regards to the Studio 54 reference, I think Jason's brain creatively combined Jaid Barrymore and Bianca Jagger. While Jade Jagger is indeed a real person -- Bianca's and Mick's daughter -- she would've been in grade school during the Studio 54 heyday...and hopefully was not doing blow with Andy Warhol. But hey, the 70s were a different time, so who knows.
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    Horror & The AFI List: Live from the Overlook Film Festival

    "Everybody loves a good apocalypse story..." ...except Jessica St. Clair
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    Episode 604 - Hashtag Song Goals with Seth Green

    I was thinking that, too. It definitely made it even funnier. Especially on the Roger Stone song, where the tuneless screeching kept getting higher and higher as the song went on.
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    Halfway There Special

    "If this was real meme advertising...all the quotes should be wrong." He's 100% right. Sometimes logic is illogical.
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    To Kill A Mockingbird

    I do not like ranch dressing.
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    Episode 587 - No Relation

    Maya is humbly downplaying the fact that her dad is one of the greatest modern jazz drummers of the past 40 years. In fact, when Scott introduced her, I was like, "Huh, someone else has that last name." Nope, same family.
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    One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

    I never understood why the quote "Ain't nobody jerkin' off nowhere, motherfucker!" isn't up there with "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn" and "I've got a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore." etc.
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    Episode 580 - Legend of Mr. Met

    Scott seems happiest when the plug intro themes are around 15 seconds in length. Listening to a closing theme 3x that length every week might cause him to go insane.