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  1. I meant to post this earlier, but anyway: I just happened to listen to episode 112 right after this one, which had some strange similarities. For one thing, Al goes through another spiel about how you can't give 110% of yourself to something, but more spookily: there's a segment where Scott and Al talk about remixing Reggie Watts' Comedy Bang Bang theme song, which he then proceeds to do. Was this practice for his eventual takeover on the TV show? Has he been playing the long con for years?

  2. I saw this movie on Turner Classic Movies a couple weeks ago and let me tell you: it puts the "classic" in TCM. My friends and I even rewatched it a few days ago. It's so good, and there are so many great selling points. Coked-up Stephen King's only directed movie? Emilio Estevez and Yeardley Smith? An original AC/DC soundtrack? Pop machines shooting cans at people's nuts? This movie is perfect for HDTGM.

  3. I'm only 30 minutes in, but I think this movie would be fantastic for How Did This Get Made. I feel like a lot of movies that get picked could be seen as alright, whereas this is just abysmal. The Star Wars similarities are really obvious too. Even the opening shot is clearly ripping off Star Wars. There's so much wrong with this movie, like the makeup and acting. Also, for some reason, humanoid androids talk like robots, while the ship computer sounds just like a human. It also feels like it's the wrong voice, like David Prowse reading his Darth Vader lines.



    (I don't really know how to embed Youtube videos)

  4. I would like to submit Zardoz for consideration. Here's the main problem: I actually legitimately love it. I started out thinking it was terrible and was won over by the end. I only saw it once, though, so I might be "wrong" (but I'm not).

    Either way it's a fun movie to watch and there's still plenty to talk about on the podcast. Here's the trailer: