Episode #203 – Look Who’s Talking Now

This episode is part three in a podcrawl with the guys at Read it and Weep, and at Too Beautiful to Live, covering the entire Look Who’s Talking trilogy. We got to handle the thrilling conclusion, Look Who’s Talking Now. Meanwhile we discover what’s in the file titled “Things Stuart Knows,” Dan reveals his shameful Simpsons past, and Elliott pitches “Fiddler on the Wolf Goes West.”

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Movies recommended in this episode:

Ricki and the Flash
The Invitation
China 9, Liberty 37

Is it dogs? I'm guessing it's dogs.

Is it dogs? I’m guessing it’s dogs.

Wikipedia synopsis for Look Who’s Talking Now



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April 30th, 2016



  1. Wildride says:

    They are all named after oil companies and the joke is that people, quite wrongly, believe oil is dinosaurs, when it is vegetable matter.

  2. HellToupee says:

    Karyn Kusama directed the Invitation. She also directed Jennifer’s Body.

  3. Adam T says:

    The Score is set in Quebec.

  4. Kurt S says:

    Was that a Rifts/Dog Boy reference? Damn snap, if that cut were any deeper it would’ve released a balrog.

  5. Tim says:

    Archie not happy about this dog-centric episode and lack of access to laps of the allergic.

  6. Herman Last Name Withheld says:

    Movies about talking shit?

    Twilight of the Cockroaches
    Flesh Gordon Meets the Cosmic Cheerleaders
    South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut

    All quality stuff.

  7. Jeremiah says:

    Looks like China 9, Liberty 37 is available on Amazon now.

  8. Vardulon says:

    Adam T is right, it’s the rare American movie to be shot in Montreal and also be set there. I missed a chance to be an extra on the film, but was in ‘Heist’, the David Mamet film!

  9. MARIA says:

    OK, yes, I do think we are all a little sick of the Look Who’s Talking sequels, even though I did enjoy Look Who’s Talking Too, it was just taking a really great concept and not putting the effort into it. Look Who’s Talking Now is just plain pathetic on the level that it’s more for the kids vs. the adults, I think because they found that Look Who’s Talking had a children’s love as well as an adult’s, because it was just all together a great comedy. ginecologo online consulta online medico online pediatra online medico online With Look Who’s Talking Now, we have a more “family friendly” movie with puppies that surprise, surprise talk. Not to mention that the silly plot line that they put in where it seems like the dogs more revolve around the characters instead of the characters we have grown to love.

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