We’re joined by comedian and writer Ritch Duncan to talk about Wild Hogs, the movie that posits that middle aged actors on motorcycles is inherently funny. Meanwhile, Elliott does his scarily accurate Ray Liotta laugh, Dan delves into John Travolta’s tortured psyche, and Ritch proposes a Bruce Springsteen simile that perfectly sums up The Flop House.
0:00 – 0:32 – Introduction and theme.
0:33 – 2:45 – We welcome back Elliott Kalan, make fun of Stuart, and reintroduce Ritch Duncan.
2:46 – 40:22 – We make up for our spottily-released late summer shows by making this our second-longest episode ever and spending far too much time discussing Wild Hogs– possibly more than the screenwriter took to write it.
40:23 – 44:30 – Final judgments.
44:31 – 49:10 – We congratulate Elliott on some huge news, and spend a little time discussing the Ewe Boll contest (with a brief R.I.P. for Dan’s local video rental place).
49:11 – 55:56 – The sad bastards recommend.
55:57 – 57:28 – Goodbyes, theme, and outtakes.
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