Episode #182 – Strange Magic

In this episode, Jordan Morris of terrific MaxFun sister podcast Jordan, Jesse, Go! stops by to co-host while Elliott’s in England, a move he immediately regretted when we watched Strange Magic. Meanwhile, Dan explains the proper way to drink beer, Stuart evinces his disdain for improv, and Jordan displays his surprisingly deep knowledge of Three Ninjas.

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We have come here to chew bubblegum and sing shitty versions of pop songs. And we're all out of bubblegum.

We have come here to chew bubblegum and sing shitty versions of pop songs. And we’re all out of bubblegum.

Wikipedia synopsis for Strange Magic

Movies recommended in this episode:

The Super Cops
The Overnight


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July 11th, 2015



  1. David Berkson says:

    Is Elliott Kallan gone forever or is it just temporary?

  2. El Santo says:

    I just wanted to say that Jordan Morris was pretty awesome, guys. When Elliot’s missing, the usually fast paced natured of the podcast slows down a bit, but Jordan kept everything humming along.

    Also, beautiful women getting together with ugly looking dudes isn’t a new thing, guys. The Bronte sisters were all about that kind of action, and their books are still being read today. It’s really all just part of the “women are attracted to the bad boys” trope.

  3. Jedd Jong says:

    There is a post-credit scene in which we see the Prince fall in love with a multi-eyed insect of some kind.

    George Lucas came to Singapore where the poor, poor animators at Lucasfilm toiled away on this. Diring the press conference, he basically said he doesn’t understand why critics like one of his films and dislike others. He strikes me as a delusional but loveable old uncle who is at heart quite sweet, even if he’s often wrong.

    • Lev says:

      Lucas = Gene Roddenberry. Both had amazing early concepts, then after a point developed the reverse Midas touch where everything they touched turned to shit. Roddenberry’s heavy involvement with Star Trek: The Motion Picture and the disastrous first season of The Next Generation is more or less equivalent to Lucas and the prequels. Roddenberry at least accepted this to some extent and allowed himself to become more of a creative consultant after a point. Lucas just needs to retire.

  4. Andy says:

    Is Jordan Morris not the vocal doppelganger of David Cross?

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