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  1. I’m building a pool party playlist like one heard in this podcast! So far I’ve got: DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - “Summertime” Robin Thicke - “Blurred Lines” Will Smith - “Wild Wild West” Will Smith - “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It” Will Smith - “Men In Black” Did I miss anything? All of these songs are great for having fun in the summer sun!
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    Monkeybone (2001)

    I saw this with a friend in a theater and we both thought it was horrible. We went because we both like Henry Selick's animation work, but basically every other scene in this movie that isn't animated is horrendous. Also, as we were watching the movie, our theater seats collapsed. Like, they literally broke away from us. But for some reason, despite that frightening incident and the awfulness of the picture. were felt compelled to see this movie to the end. True story! Fun fact: this movie features a cameo by obese ginger and "Ain't It Cool News" founder Harry Knowles.
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    Episode 193 — What Else? What Else?

    The Rick Faber "self-loathing teenager" seemed to be crafted as a one-time character, but I loved his schtick ("I am just the worst!"). Chalk another vote from me to hear him meet Marissa Wompler, who is rising up my list of favorite guests.
  4. That song rules! It's almost too good.
  5. If the name sounds familiar, it's because it's one of the most imfamous movies of the 1990's. I have to say it's pretty much a definitive title for the question "How Does This Get Made?": It's the movie with the singing and dancing cockroaches. Yes, cockroaches, in all their filthy splendor. And while the budget for the movie was quite modest ($13 Million), it still has oddly competant animation of some highly entertaining cockroaches. What's more, the roaches all have squeaky "Alvin and the Chipmunks"-like voices -- they behave cartoonishly as though it were a children's movie. But this is NOT a movie for kids (it's the first movie release billed under "MTV Films" banner), and you would be a horrible parent to let kids watch this twisted movie, even if it is mostly free of explicit sex and violence. But how could a shitty (literally!) movie about gross cockroaches that dance around like they were in a Busby Berkeley musical be appealing to anyone? Well your answer is this: it made back less than $2 million in the box office, so it was a certafiable bomb. It attained cult film status on home video, and while it is certainly an awful movie, it's still rather silly gross fun, and it will definitely satisfy a morbid curiosity in how crezy an idea for a movie can be, and yet be fully realized into a feature length motion picture and then released in mainstream movie theaters across the country. Also, seeing as how it stars Jerry O'Connell, who has been a guest on Comedy Death Ray, perhaps you guys can get him in the studio to explain what the hell he was thinking. Anyway, "Joe's Apartment" is my nomination. Love the show, and I'm looking forward to more eps!
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    Episode 1 — Hand Putty

    I hope there are more lists in this podcast. I must have listened to and shared Bob's list of addictions from CBB about a dozen times.
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