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    Episode 404 - The Timeys Leap Year Celebration

    Okay. They finally acknowledged it. But it was 18 minutes into the episode! Sorry, to be trigger happy with the post but it was driving me crazy. Honestly. I guess I'm a psychopath because I could barely laugh or have fun listening to the conversation until they acknowledged he's not 128 years old. Hopefully Scott will keep this in mind when he interviews anyone else born on Feb 29. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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    Episode 404 - The Timeys Leap Year Celebration

    If the Time Keeper is a Leap Year Baby and he's 32 that means he's been alive 128 Earth years. He was born on Feb 29, 1888! I just started the episode but don't they ever figure this out. The Time Keeper is the one of the oldest men on Earth!
  3. Actually I just realized how many reads this post got. I'm sorry folks I didn't mean to cause a ruckus. This was just a catchphrase submission. Although I am the president of IFC and I assure you I'm waiting to cancel CBB after one episode has aired.
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    Delivery (2006)

    I don't know if this a movie that HDTGM could do. In the recent mini-EP FAQ Paul explained that any movie has to be known or notorious. And while I think this movie is awesomely bad I understand that no one has ever heard of it. HOWEVER, I want to share the awesome horribleness of this movie with as many people as I can. Even if it's not ready for the podcast I hope that other podcast listeners will find the pleasure of subjecting themselves to Delivery (2006). I truly believe this movie is as awesomely bad as The Room and Birdemic. It's a poor excuse for a horror movie that was released straight to DVD by Warner Brothers. The thing is marketed as a killer pizza man movie... but it's as much that as The Room is a Tennessee Williams play. The entire first 9/10's of the movie follows this fat shlub pizza guy inexplicably being treated like crap by everyone he knows. Only at the very end for about ten minutes does he start killing people in the most ill convinced ways. Other awesomely horrible moments include: scene after scene of this shirtless fat guy waking from nightmares and showing his hairy chest to the camera, some weird subplot about a cross dressing film producer hitting on him without his understanding, a really plain jane looking woman who thinks he's sexy and is the only character in the entire film who treats him nice, a pointless back story about his pizza delivery man father who went crazy and commited suicide, pointless references to Clerks, his douchebag pizza place boss who takes pity because his father worked for him. There's also a cold opening about an 18th century food delivery guy who kills someone... which has nothing to do with the rest of the movie! As a movie it really borders close to unwatchable... BUT... you can tell the people who made it believed in the project even though it's so ill-conceived. And that is what I think makes a great bad movie. I really can't recommend this movie enough. I personally am going to add clips online to show off the awesome awfulness of this thing since there isn't much out there right now. For now you can get it by disc from Netflix or see the trailer here: And please don't let the over stylized Nu-Metal music video trailer fool you. The movie is much more flat and bland. The trailer shows 43 seconds of a dream sequence and the the end of the movie to make you think it's something that it's not. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0819093/
  5. I had this idea: After a guest has made three or more appearances traditional Who Charted games don't work anymore since you already know everything about the guest. Case in point the most recent PFT episode. So I was thinking when a guest has been on so many times why not ask them to bring their own personal chart instead of a game? OR make it a game that the guest is moderating for Kulap and Howie to play. A bit of chart switcheroo. I think this could work because you're not asking every guest to come up with their own chart. You're only asking this of multi-time returning guests who know how Who Charted works. Guests could supply charts like "Top five shows sitting in my DVR" or "Top 5 best stand up shows in my career." Then Kulap and Howard follow up with questions about the guest's entries.
  6. You just made me run a gamut of emotions there.
  7. Bad news everybody! Production of the Comedy Bang Bang TV show has been cancelled.
  8. FYI, Diane Lane, the Tuscan sun is the same sun they have everywhere else.