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    Episode 48 — Sleepaway Camp

    The part of this movie that always made me laugh the hardest is that strange six man water balloon fight on the roof (!) that ends up setting Ricky off when one of the bros hit's Angela with a balloon. Ricky goes from zero to batshit insane in no time flat. "You fucking bastards are going to pay for this! Cocksuckers! Pricks! Come down here and fight, you chickenshit!" and so on. Just amazing.
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    Episode 183 — Return to Suicide House

    Singing "Bleed Hole Sun, won't you come" was so damn funny.
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    Episode 39 — Godzilla

    I laughed so hard when Jason said "Hey, guess what the ocean is full of? Fucking fish, you dummy."
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    Episode 154 — Finger Guns

    "Don't judge me. This is my fucked up mind."
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    Episode 150 — Time Bobby

    I would love for this to carry over and be an excuse to break out the Suicide House guys (in a non-Halloween episode) as Scott and ALW's ghosts go to that big afterlife podcasting space in the sky.
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    Episode 148 — Wipeout!

    my current favorite bit: Scott: "Let's talk about which album is the best by Steely Dan ... Countdown from one." Dalton: "I think it's 'Cosi Fan Tutti Frutti.'" Scott: "That's a Squeeze album, c'mon!" Dalton: "Oh, shit." I love that Dalton would be familiar with Squeeze's catalog.
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    Episode 148 — Wipeout!

    "His Cries of joy no one will hear. In case I'm not being clear. I'm saying that cowboy is gonna fuck a hole in the ground. We all do it. That's what i've found." When Dalton says "We all do it!", i just about shit my pants I was laughing so hard. Great fucking episode!
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    Episode 29.5 — Minisode 29.5

    Great choice on "Cool as Ice". That a slice of early 90's life that would terrify most invading alien hordes. Can't wait to hear your thoughts. As for "Splice" - it's not all that bad. There's no reason to do that flick when i'm sure you guys have a pile already in mind. If you want to know how "Splice" got made, look no further than the the director. Vincenzo Natali, that guy is batshit insane. He surely just enjoys the idea of fucking hot monster hermaphrodites. Then again, the thought of Adrian Brody and Sarah Polley as rock and roll scientists is pretty fucking absurd. Shit, i'm talking myself into it - no! It's just not bad enough. In a world with plenty of Nicolas Cage material still left to view, "Splice" is nowhere near the level of insanity that it takes to require asking, how did this get made.
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