This is quite the international episode of Who Charted?! With Howard and Kulap in the cockpit, we take Andy Richter all over the world: From the top hits of the German charts, to the gay art of Finland. We'll take a quick stop at the Polish well that once housed Howard's grandmother before landing in Russia to learn about the language. Our in-flight entertainment is this week's charting movies (feel free to watch them silently, though) and a game of Chart Darts! You may now unfasten your seat-belt and recline your seat. Enjoy the ride!
Episode 39 — Transvaginal Mesh
Posted 31 August 2011 - 10:57 AM
Dear Howard and Kulap, Summah spelled backwards is Hammus, which sounds a lot like Hummus, the tasty Middle-Eastern dip made from chick peas, tahini, olive oil, and other fine ingredients. What does this mean? Could Hummus be the official food of Summah in this crazy mixed-up world of ours? Or am I just reaching?
Posted 31 August 2011 - 01:12 PM
People should see Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark. Sure it has a couple the usual silly spooky film plot conceits and contrivances but that's all part of the fun. If you like spooky films it's a really nicely made Guillermo Del Toro-ey spooky film, Katie Holmes is actually good in it and Guy Pearce is always great and the little girl does really good little girl acting too.
But Andy Richter was great. "Big candy bubbles coming out of a perfectly manicured asshole" is the most perfect description for that fruity, cheesball Euro house music in the history of bass. Top-notch work everybody.
Posted 31 August 2011 - 04:02 PM
Did they actually change it? The guests have never remembered to do it all the time.
I quite enjoy it too, although I can imagine it would start to get a bit old for them to do all that shouting.
(PS maybe it could be prerecorded and Kulap could just press a button?)
Can we get an official confirmation on that policy change?
I promise we'll understand... I mean, everyone eventually got over that Comedy Bang Bang thing, right?