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    Episode 174 - Jason X: LIVE!

    So to be fair, Kay-Em 14 says 'cell reconstruction' not 'celery'. I can see how you could hear celery though.
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    Episode 133 - The Quest

    I think the line "A stowaway. You work for us. - Put him in chains." when JCVD wakes up on the boat finally explains why the sailors refuse to let Arnold leave in Hercules in New York. Paul's theory that there is some kind of rule that if you find someone in the sea then you get to enslave them appears to be correct. Maritime law is cruel.
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    Mother Goose Rock 'n' Rhyme (1990)

    Aka "Shelley Duvall's Mother Goose: Rock 'n' Rhyme" This was a made for TV movie on the Disney channel from 1990 that was about Mother Goose going missing and her son Gordon Goose, along with Little Bo Peep, searching Rhymeland for her. I remembered watching this as a kid and probably would normally just kind of shrug it off as my own nostalgia coming through, but just look at the cast... http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0100192/fullcredits/cast?ref_=m_tt_cl_sc It is such a random mix of actors, singers and comedians. It is ridiculous and conveniently on YouTube in its entirety.
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    Episode 131 - The Covenant

    I've lived in the south shore my whole life but went to school at Salem State on the north shore and Ipswich is so far north in Massachusetts that it is almost in New Hampshire. That being said, it is still like 40 minutes away from Marblehead so not exactly a quick meet up spot. I do love any mention about Jason being from Massachusetts. Come to Boston, please?
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    EPISODE 117 - Theodore Rex: LIVE!

    I'm sure this was probably already brought up but oh well. The "Mexican on a sombrero" guy was totally wrong. If you go back and listen, Jason actually said "A sombrero wearing Mexican". So "sombrero wearing" is describing the subject of the statement (Mexican). Also, did anyone else think that the transvestite dinosaur at the club totally sounded like the mom from Bob's Burgers?