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Posts posted by Breadbutt

  1. I don't know why this show works as well as it does, but it's great. My job is pretty dull and requires very little cerebral activity, so I spend most of my day listening to podcasts while I work. This is one of my favorites. It makes me laugh and helps me to not think about the vortex of pointless entropy that is my life for a little while. 
    thanks Paul, Lauren, Scott and Shevin! (Shevan?)

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  2. The grossest thing about that scene is that I feel like it took zero convincing for him to do it. Like if they hadn't asked him to he might have just done it anyways.

    just FYI, it was vaseline, or at least it was within the movie, would not be surprised if in reality they used baby oil for filming.


    Honestly, that's my favorite scene in the whole movie. I actually saw the movie around the time it came out and while I didn't care much for the rest of the film, I thought Reynolds portrayal of a corrupt congressman was fucking brilliant. He really nails the whole super-creepy, dissociated from reality guy. When his aid goes follows her to the laundrymat, I thought he was going to steal her underwear (which would be creepy enough) but he just gets the dryer lint (which he needed tongs for?). Congressman Dilbeck goes wild for it, inhaling it and talking about her "essence". I mean ... it would just smell like fabric softener or detergent right? I dunno, there's so much creepy going on I don't know where to start or end.


    There are a lot of things wrong with this movie, but casting Burt Reynolds as David Dilbeck was a stroke of genius.

  3. Courting Chaos

    "A Beverly Hills girl falls for a Venice Beach street clown called Chaos and she must overcome her inhibitions and become a clown herself for the relationship to survive. "


    I've been tempted to suggest a lot of movies, but they're usually a little on the nose. Courting Chaos is perfect for the podcast. It's hard to express how weird this movie gets, and I'm not good at making forum posts. I'm just hoping one or two people watch this, and get what I mean when I say that this movie is FULL of cringe.




    You can rent it for $1.99 on Amazon (or $0.99 for SD) and it's free with Amazon Prime.


    Interview with the director