Episode #191 – Men, Women & Children

Think you’re too good for the Oxford comma, Men, Women & Children? WELL WE’RE TOO GOOD FOR YOU. Meanwhile Stu explains “X-Men nudity,” Dan makes a call for an annotated Flop House, and Elliott explains the music your kids’ kids are gonna love. Oh, and also there’s a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT.

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Movies recommended in this episode:

The Ipcress File

What is this, a health textbook from the 70's?

What is this, a health textbook from the 70’s?

Wikipedia summary of Men, Women & Children


Sophomore Lit

The Loose Canon Podcast

Dolores Claiborne Minute LIVE

and lastly


January 15, 2016
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November 14th, 2015



  1. Cutts the Butcher says:

    I thought the story behind mr Thesis-Statement’s baby leaving him was well known.
    She was a waitress in the bar where he used to play before he moved to Chicago to become a professional musician. His girlfriend suspected him of having an affair with the lady he was working for as a gardener. But that relationship was only Platonic. She used to sit in the garden an read Tintin comics to him. It is well documented in his early recordings with Chess Records.

  2. Wildride says:

    “My God, it’s full of stars.”
    “What — The monolith?”
    “No, this movie.”
    “Oh, because I was hoping it’d be a monolith. Our, you know, literally anything else besides this terrible movie. Seriously, these multi-star vehicles are almost universally awful.”

  3. Wildride says:

    What would happen if Teen Wolf’s team faced off against the team from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie where one of the players was a vampire?

  4. Andy says:

    Dan, you were a guest on your brother’s podcast, Sophomore Lit, in January of this year???? You weren’t kidding when you said you’ve been neglecting to plug that. Well, off I go to listen to the epidode.

    P.s. A couple of Charles Dickens cereals:
    Oliver Crisp and A Tale of Two Wheaties

  5. That Guy says:

    The Oxford comma isn’t used before ampersands.

  6. Roose says:

    In the words of Stripe: Internet caca!

  7. Roose says:

    Where do we find out how to be a contestant for America’s Next Big Celebrity? This sounds like a totally fake contest that would really appeal to greater swath of humankind.

  8. Baldanders Dreaming says:

    Pssst. The stinger (“Watch out for snakes!”) cuts off in the middle.

  9. Baldanders Dreaming says:

    I’ve now realized that I posted that comment on the wrong page. I think I meant the stinger for the episode about that Rastafarian leprechaun movie. No, not Leprechaun: Origins. I think it was called Wee Jah. No, wait, maybe it was the stinger for the episode about that son of a mobster movie? No, not The Last Godfather. Pretty sure it was called Wee G.

  10. Chip says:

    I can only hope there’s a Pixels episode in the not too distant future.

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