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    The podcast where we celebrate the body of work of the one and only, Steve Guttenberg. Each episode we take you on a journey through one of his films. From Police Academy, to Cocoon, to Single Santa seeks Mrs. Claus, we chronologically explore Guttenberg's career, proving conclusively that you gotta love the Gute.
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    Episode 134 - Can't Stop the Music: LIVE!

    Why does Jason take issue with Paul's love of the Gute at the end of the episode? You gotta love the Gute! We have a podcast dedicated to celebrating his whole catalog in chronological order called Gotta Love the Gute. Our episode 3 is all about Can't Stop the Music. We were pretty hard on that movie, but in episode "05 - The Man Who Wasn't There" we realized the error we had made. If you are like Paul and love the Gute, check out our podcast!
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    EPISODE 122 - Death Spa: LIVE!

    Looking good guy! #RainbowVaginaCoat
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    EPISODE 121.5 - Minisode 121.5

    Death Spa! This movie looks amazing. Bring it on! https://twitter.com/lovethegute/status/658641168142438400
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    EPISODE 121 - Perfect: LIVE!

    No mini episode this week?
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    EPISODE 121 - Perfect: LIVE!

    Yeah, they really did cover this movie well. Not much to add. Omissions: A few thing did occur to me while struggling through this movie, I don't think Travolta can read aloud. He really stumbles while reading his note in the lunch scene with Jamie Lee Curtis. It's possible he's just having trouble reading his serial killer chicken scratch handwriting. Another point, Travolta seems to be having trouble walking in this movie. He's bumping into walls and falls down the stairs toward the end of the film. Finally, much like the phone call mashup, everyone in this movie is just phoning it in. I think the song I Sweat (Going Through The Motions) by Nona Hendryx used in the first aerobics scene and Dan Hartman's - Talking to the Wall used in the scene where Jamie Lee Curtis is reading Travolta's article sum up this entire film. Everyone in this thing seems to be going through the motions and any character interaction is like talking to a wall.
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    EPISODE 121 - Perfect: LIVE!

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    EPISODE 120.5 - Minisode 120.5

    Barry Gibb's got an armadillo in his trousers. Why are they making us watch this movie?!
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    EPISODE 120.5 - Minisode 120.5

    This movie looks terrifying.
  9. Did they shut this thing down? If so, maybe the link should be unpinned.
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    EPISODE 120 - Masters of the Universe

    That's not the Airborne I know. The Gute's Airborne from 1998 is a better candidate.
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    EPISODE 120 - Masters of the Universe

    I don't know if it's sad, but I listened to Naked Gun on cassette back in 1989. Ok. It does sound kind of sad.
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    EPISODE 120 - Masters of the Universe

    Corrections and Omissions: So what happened to the past versions of Courteney Cox and Robert Duncan McNeill?! If Cox and McNeill physically travel back in time (like they physically traveled to Eternia) then there must be past versions of themselves Wang Chunging it up in suburbia. So do future Cox and McNeill go into hiding so that that their dopey past selves can live their lives blissfully unaware that in an alternate timeline they had a stupid adventure with a greased up prince and mini-me Phil Spector? Or do they kill their past selves? I hope the script for the sequel at least addressed the time paradox they created.
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    EPISODE 115.5 — Minisode 115.5

    Unfortunately I couldn't fit June into this.
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    EPISODE 115 — Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

    Correction/Omissions First thanks to Paul for correcting Scott on his pronunciation of Lavalantula. It’s Lavalantula and not Lava-Tarantula. And yes you should watch it. Also, I find it odd that The Gute is playing Colton West his character in Lavalantula in Sharknado 3, but Ian Ziering is playing ‘Ian’ instead of Fin Shepard in Lavalantula. Really odd choice and it really doesn’t make any sense if they’re trying to cultivate a shared universe. They’ll probably correct this in 2 Lava 2 Lantula. Finally, I think you guys should just write a treatment for Shakenado 4. The producers will realize that your vision of the Sharknado saga is better than anything they could come up with. As for introducing the true villain of Sharknado, I’d like to see Jabberjaw cast as Shark N’ Ado. He’ll finally get the respect he deserves. Nate - Gotta Love the Gute podcast
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    Robot Jox (1989)

    Hell yeah! I haven't thought about this movie in a long time. I remember hating it as a kid and I can't imagine it hasn't held up well.