Episode #119 – The Odd Life of Timothy Green

We take on the age-old story of a magical adopted boy with leaf ankles, The Odd Life of Timothy Green. Meanwhile, Elliott dreams of a world where we could make a musical out of leaves, Stuart advises on how we could make Timothy into a cool dude, and we learn of Dan’s latest infirmity.

0:00 – 0:34 – Introduction and theme.
0:35 – 34:36 – That kid’s really turning over a new leaf. A NEW LEAF. GET IT? Aaaaah, you don’t get it.
34:37 – 37:20 – Final judgments
37:21 – 38:06 – Plugs
38:07 – 54:29 – The only helpful edition of the Flop House Movie Mailbag
54:30 – 1:01:28 – The sad bastards recommend.
1:01:29 – 1:03:00 – Goodbyes, theme, and outtakes.

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That’s going to chafe.

Wikipedia synopsis of The Odd Life of Timothy Green

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January 26th, 2013



  1. wildride says:

    Did you guys and How Did This Get Made call each other and co-ordinate when to do this episode? 😉 If Red Letter Media covers this on this week, I’ll know it’s a conspiracy. I mean, a really weird, pointless conspiracy, but still …

  2. Dan McCoy says:

    It was an odd (life of timothy green) coincidence that we covered the same ground this week. Goes to show that there’s a limited pool of crazy new movies out there.

  3. Ben Newman says:

    woo! cheers for the link.

  4. Evan Ryer says:

    When the plot was being summarized I immediately thought of ‘Little Otik’ by Svankmajer. A better version of this story for sure.

  5. Wildride says:

    Btw: Did Anyone suggest Mr. Stitch:Mr. Stitch for the write in movie?


  6. Skylar says:

    Just to add to the cannon of magical being movies that end with the being becoming a US citizen “the cat from outer space”, where, when he raises his right paw to swear the oath, lifts the judge into the air telekinetically. So, yeah, that happened.

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