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BonnyDamesRio last won the day on March 24 2014

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  1. BonnyDamesRio

    Episode 42 — Sinbad, Our Close Friend

    5. Mr. T 4. Carl Weathers 3. Hulk Hogan 2. Dolph Lundgren. 1. Believing you're not good enough and that Adrian can never love you.
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    Episode 300 — Oh, Golly! You Devil

    Guys. Big complaint. I've been looking up TOUR DE FORCE in my dictionary all night and this episode of this podcast keeps playing. Just give me the definition already!
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    Episode 10 — Fuego

    Could someone be a true bro (or lady bro) and edit this ep so there's no music in it? The parts where they talk over the music are ok. thanks!
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    Episode 14 — Staind Glass

    226 is the highest number there is!
  5. Anybody else think that "Wild Wild West" sounds a lot like "Pump it Up" by Elvis Costello?
  6. Serious suggestion for Scott2. Devote an episode to the movie "It Might Get Loud." It made me straight up hate The Edge for months. He drives a hedge fund manager-style Mercedes and seems like he can barely play guitar.
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    Episode 8 — Pop

    call it "Haim Wits." Do the whole thing in Kiss makeup. On the last second of the last episode, casually mention Gene Simmons' real name.
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    Episode 5 — Achtung Baby?

    "Please stop complaining." - Adam Scott, 2014.
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    Episode 4 — Rattle and Hum

    u talkin Uatu 2 me?
  10. It's funny that the Scotts almost FORGOT to talk about the album itself. (Sorry)
  11. BonnyDamesRio

    Episode 81 — Mortal Kombat

    This is such a wonderful idea.
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    Episode 79.5 — Minisode 79.5

    When Paul mentioned rants my first thought was Dennis Miller.
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    Episode 78 — Crossroads

    Art Garfunkel is a surprisingly good actor (Carnal Knowledge & Bad Timing are great). There's Tom Waits (Dracula, Mystery Men). Mick Jagger started pretty strong (Performance, which has a little bit of singing). Oh, and Frank Sinatra, Ricky Nelson & Barbra Streisand (She's legitimately great in What's Up, Doc). Insofar as longevity and not counting quality, Elvis Presley. Who's that Girl implied Madonna could do dramatic work; the rest of her acting career indicated otherwise. And holy guacamole, David Bowie in The Hunger & The Man Who Fell to Earth. But probably the best example of playing up acting instead of singing in a movie role "working for a pop star" is the dude from the early 90s who sang "Good Vibrations" and somehow parlayed the name Marky Mark into becoming a movie star.