Episode #20 – 10,000 B.C.

If you like CGI mammoths, have we got the film for you! Otherwise, you’re pretty much on your own. Also, this podcast is unedited. Why? Because sometimes Dan has too many other things to do to worry about cutting these things (or writing actual show notes). But he still gets the episodes out on time! We think you’ll notice very little difference (which suggest that Dan has been wasting a lot of time).

0:00 – 0:33 – Introduction and theme.
0:33 – 2:47 – We have our usual difficulty getting down to business.
2:48 – 30:30 – Would 10,000 B.C. have been better if it had starred Ringo Starr and Shelly Long? Yes. Yes it would.
30:31 – 34:13 – Final judgments.
34:14 – 36:45 – A brief digression about the films of Brendan Fraser.
36:46 – 46:13 – The sad bastards recommend.
46:14 – 52:57 – A greater explication of the Flop House contest, surveys, podcasty business, and goodbyes.
52:58 – 53:39 – Theme and outtakes.

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**In this episode Dan misidentifies the computer animated film about the fly astronauts as “Flyboys.” It’s “Fly Me to the Moon.”

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