Episodes

Episode 60 – All About Steve

Since Dan is gone this weekend at a wedding, Flopsmas is coming early this year! Enjoy a rare Thursday-posted episode!

We’ll say this for Sandra Bullock – she throws herself into every role, even the ones she shouldn’t, like the lead in All About Steve. Meanwhile, Brock makes a plea for simple job competence, Dan questions the film’s view of the high-stakes crosswords world, and Stuart gives a recap lesson in cookery.

0:00 – 0:34 – Introduction and theme
0:35 – 2:30 – We reintroduce special guest host Brock Mahan.
2:31 – 36:53 – We put on our critics’ high-heeled red leather boots to take on the no-rom, no-com, rom-com All About Steve
40:56 – 40:55 – Final judgments
40:56 – 44:07 – An all-comments Flop House mailbag.
48:45 – 55:07- The sad bastards recommend.
55:08 – 57:53 – Plugs, goodbyes, theme, and outtakes.

Press the play button above to listen to this episode
Download Mp3

Paste theflophouse.libsyn.com/rss into iTunes (or your favorite podcatching software) to have new episodes of The Flop House delivered to you directly, as they’re released.

Wikipedia synopsis of All About Steve

Tags: , , , ,

May 20th, 2010

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Perhaps the low volume of comments on this site has something to do with Dan’s repeated broadcasting of the incorrect website URL. (Twice, starting at 47:10 in this episode, FYI.) Hint: there’s no “the” in the hostname. (There’s also no “i” in the word “general,” but I digress…)

  2. Kate says:

    Aw, boo. I happen to love that movie, and think Sandra was adorable in it!

  3. Dan McCoy says:

    Kate, you have opened our eyes. Never again will we make fun of a Sandra Bullock romantic comedy… as long as it is loved by a cute female Flop House Fan.

    Yes. We can be bought.

  4. Christine says:

    My son is Autistic. He is incredibly intelligent, generous and kind. He has a crippling fear of people and it takes tremendous courage for him to go to his job at Kent State University five days a week. Thousands of men, women and children suffer from this condition in varying degrees. Stuart, thousands of people listen to you at the Flop House Podcast everyday. Please encourage your fans to be understanding of Autistic people and to show them some compassion and, yes, maybe even a helping hand. Thank you.

    Christine

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *