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Episode 14 — Brian Huskey, Our Close Friend


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Posted 06 January 2014 - 11:58 PM

Sean and Hayes ring in the new year with a look back at their favorite podcast moments of 2013. Then BRIAN HUSKEY joins the boys for a table read of TEEN POPE, one of Brian's many scripts currently in development at studios.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 05:43 AM

Honestly,

I don't mean to disagree with some of Brian's points because I really felt like his input was beyond helpful. But I do think introducing Danny "four on the floor" Marcs as Jason's wheel chair bound tennis partner truly helped illustrate how far the character had come in his journey.

I think this was most apparent in the scene when Danny dove for a chip shot, hurting himself pretty badly, and Jason rushed over to his aid, rather than smashing the shit out of the ball, burying it deep in the opposing teams court. We'd like to believe that Jason was capable of this kind of selflessness all along, but I really think we needed this action to drive that point home. Plus Jason uses his empathy for Danny's handicap as motivation to win the game and teach the bullies a lesson. Thus proving that even 'special needs' people can help regular people achieve great things, in big ways. I wouldn't watch the fucking movie if it ended any other way.

Bravo gents. Look forward for the invite to design the movie poster when you get the kickstarter going.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 06:11 AM

If I had one note, I think the coach/southern judge character could have a little more of a Foghorn Leghorn type delivery. I thought the cancer throughline muddles the true meaning of the film: that we, as a society, are ALL the Pope.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 06:32 AM

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this show.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 06:49 AM

View PostMattCameron, on 07 January 2014 - 06:11 AM, said:

If I had one note, I think the coach/southern judge character could have a little more of a Foghorn Leghorn type delivery. I thought the cancer throughline muddles the true meaning of the film: that we, as a society, are ALL the Pope.


Good build Matt,

I also wanted to comment on the scoring choices. I feel strongly about what is going on here. When I think of a cool teenster bored in his bedroom, "jamming out" to punk music, I almost always think of something Greenday circa 1994. To me nothing captures the true feeling and sound of punkers. Smash Mouth needs no comments. That's obviously the right call on that.

The swelling emotion of Kings of Lions might be a little underwhelming, but it feels like it works for me. Maybe we can speak on it, but i'll take a bite.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 09:06 AM

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 09:35 AM

brian huskey was a perfect fit and gave me alot of insite in to bidding wars + stuff, a+ show
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Posted 07 January 2014 - 10:02 AM

So happy The Green Fister is being fast-tracked. I'm fed up with all the anti-environment porn. It makes me sick to see a chick getting nailed for 45 minutes to an hour in the shower with the water running the whole time! Or when I see a dude smokin' another dude and in the background his computer and television is on! Or when a babe is getting fully serviced in the laundry room and the washer is set on the hot-hot cycle!

It's about time people were made to feel guilty about their habits after they jerk off.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 10:23 AM

If I was a priest, I'd like to think I'd be as cool as Father Silvio.

Also, interesting creative decision to let the Holy Father get married. Very progressive.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 10:33 AM

View PostHaggplant Parmesialex, on 07 January 2014 - 10:02 AM, said:

So happy The Green Fister is being fast-tracked. I'm fed up with all the anti-environment porn. It makes me sick to see a chick getting nailed for 45 minutes to an hour in the shower with the water running the whole time! Or when I see a dude smokin' another dude and in the background his computer and television is on! Or when a babe is getting fully serviced in the laundry room and the washer is set on the hot-hot cycle!

It's about time people were made to feel guilty about their habits after they jerk off.


Don't even get me started on webcams.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 10:39 AM

It may have been in one of the scenes that wasn't discussed, but I feel like a scene where our hero, Pope Attitude, is walking across St. Peter's Square with a big pile of religious texts in his arms and gets bullied by a bunch of rough and tumble Cardinals who knock all of his papers to the ground would fit in well. Maybe even have the Cardinals in the tennis tournament???

This scene would pair well with more Green Day or Smash Mouth as Chanson mentioned.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 01:02 PM

I thought this was a really great episode, and not just because Brian Huskey read my name and a significant portion of my home address on the air.

I thought it was great because it endorsed marriage for teens and popes all at the same time.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 01:06 PM

That Green Fister script is a real creamer
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Posted 07 January 2014 - 03:44 PM

Oh man, talk about a cum-maker of an episode! Not to be vulgar, but when the ol' gf gets home I'm gonna have some splanin' to do.

because of all the jizz everywhere.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 03:49 PM

View PostMattCameron, on 07 January 2014 - 10:39 AM, said:

It may have been in one of the scenes that wasn't discussed, but I feel like a scene where our hero, Pope Attitude, is walking across St. Peter's Square with a big pile of religious texts in his arms and gets bullied by a bunch of rough and tumble Cardinals who knock all of his papers to the ground would fit in well. Maybe even have the Cardinals in the tennis tournament???

This scene would pair well with more Green Day or Smash Mouth as Chanson mentioned.


It's such a dick move for those Cardinals to vote for Pope Attitude only to then treat him badly. I mean, if God compelled you to vote for him then you could at least treat him decently. It's not his fault God likes him more than any of you old geezers. I think that really shows the hypocrisy of the Roman Catholic Church and really motivates the viewer to demand change of their clergy.

...or to become Episcopalian. But maybe they'll make a sequel about the Teen Archbishop of Canterbury.

...or it just doesn't make any sense and reflects an utter lack of knowledge about the workings of the Roman Catholic Church. That could be possible as well. I bet it's the first one though. Hollywood people always do their research. And plus, Hollywood is like the conscience of America, you know. Always showing us what we should care about. Like Tibet. They were all over that shit. And look, now Tibet's free... Besides the authoritarian communist rule and the state-sponsored in-migration of hundreds of thousands of ethnic Han Chinese to outnumber and marginalize the locals. But besides that, Tibet is pretty much free!

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 08:57 PM

View PostAndyKneis, on 07 January 2014 - 09:06 AM, said:

Hey check it out I made a little fun Popcorn Gallery theme for all my good friends here at the forums. Grab a big bag of the ol fluffy stuff (what I call popcorn) and enjoy f*ckers!!!

https://soundcloud.c...andbook-popcorn

slept on this a minute but it is v. good, high five
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Posted 07 January 2014 - 09:01 PM

View PostChanson, on 07 January 2014 - 03:49 PM, said:



It's such a dick move for those Cardinals to vote for Pope Attitude only to then treat him badly. I mean, if God compelled you to vote for him then you could at least treat him decently. It's not his fault God likes him more than any of you old geezers. I think that really shows the hypocrisy of the Roman Catholic Church and really motivates the viewer to demand change of their clergy.

...or to become Episcopalian. But maybe they'll make a sequel about the Teen Archbishop of Canterbury.

...or it just doesn't make any sense and reflects an utter lack of knowledge about the workings of the Roman Catholic Church. That could be possible as well. I bet it's the first one though. Hollywood people always do their research. And plus, Hollywood is like the conscience of America, you know. Always showing us what we should care about. Like Tibet. They were all over that shit. And look, now Tibet's free... Besides the authoritarian communist rule and the state-sponsored in-migration of hundreds of thousands of ethnic Han Chinese to outnumber and marginalize the locals. But besides that, Tibet is pretty much free!


I feel that if Rob Howard and Tim Hanks taught us anything, it's that Catholocism can be suuuuuuper badass and not make any sense historically. I mean, have you seen DaVinci Comb? Angel and Devils?

I don't want to be "the coolest guy in the forum," but I'm pretty sure I was the only one here that was actually present during Jim Cavizzel's audition (I was the script supervisor for the Aramaic). He came on a little strong but made Jesus his Hollywood coup de grace.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 09:22 PM

I think it's so freakin crazy how there is absolutely nothing else to talk about concerning the script for Teen Pope. We have literally talked about everything there is to talk about it and then some. So much so that any further discussion about the script/movie/storyboard/roughdrafts/tvshow/tvpilot/website or webisodes/fanfiction/slashfiction/studionotes/ for Teen Pope would be considered super rude. (start reading in Jamaican accent now) And I know there aint any rude boys or rude gals on this forum, lord have mercy.(End Jamaican accent)

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 11:16 PM

So I know you guys mainly go on this forum to hear me talk about Seattle, and this post will not disappoint.

It's finally raining again!!!!!!

This is a good thing because it means it will snow in the mountains and I will get to go skiing, which makes me happy.

It also means that people will stop saying how fucking nice it is outside every goddamn day. I get it you fucking cunts! It's sunny. Stop fucking talking about it! Jesus Christ!

I miss last year when we went 55 days without sun. That was nice. We also had the best ski season in years. That was fucking amazing.

...you know how some people have problems when it's rainy or cloudy for too long. I'm the opposite. Also if it's too warm. Also if people around me are happy about something that I'm not directly involved in or about to benefit from. That's the worst.

That is all.

PS - Something about the Seahawks and being good at sports and shit. I don't really care. Our teams always find a way to fuck it up for themselves. I'm not jumping on the bandwagon until I see results this time. I got burned with the Mariners when I was 10. Never again. This time I can drink if they succeed, though, so I guess that's an incentive to want them to succeed. Free alcohol is a surprisingly strong incentive. They never taught me that when I was getting my economics degree... Weird.

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Posted 08 January 2014 - 10:53 AM

Hey everybody, please start submitting your questions for next week's guest, Max Greenfield (Mr. Schmidt on News Girl). He will be discussing the Golden Globes and the new salt water gluten cleanse.