Kevin Spacey as a cat sounds just purrrrfect (TM) for the Flop House, so we watched Nine Lives. Meanwhile, Stuart tells of his adventures with Kirsten Dunst, Dan suggests a terrible new method of shooting porn, and Elliott tells an offensive phone book joke.
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Wikipedia synopsis for Nine Lives
Movies recommended in this episode:
Waxwork II: Lost in Time
Encounters at the End of the World
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Correct me, since I’m wrong, but Dunstin the orangutan’s baseball movie would be Dunstin Check Swings. Why they’d make a movie about the drama over whether some orangutan swung at a pitch or not, well they made a movie about an orangutan playing baseball, so they don’t get to have standing to be all precious about what it’s about.
But, that’s not important right now.
Hey Elliot — I do believe that cat/thermometer joke was made by one Jonathan Stewart Leibowitz. Wonder what happened to that guy?
A villain sounding name of a crooked business mogul is Conrad Black. An evil sounding name of a non evil person is Raven Symoné.
“That’s so Raven!” – Professor X after learning that Mystique impersonated someone to gain access to classified weapons research, probably.
“That’s so Raven!” – the only appropriate response when someone else says, “Nevermore.”
Jon Stewart was the comic with the cat who thinks every time someone leaves the apartment it’s to be anally penetrated.
I really enjoy this podcast and have listened to every one of them, but does an hour-and-a-half podcast really have to eat up 162mb of data? Marc Maron’s WTF typically runs nearly that and a download of one of his is almost always under 30(!)mb. What gives? Why 5X as much? Those of us on limited data plans take a big hit with this.
The Bugs Bunny cartoon you’re thinking of is “Falling Hare”. There’s also a similar cartoon with Bugs and Yosemite Sam in a plane titled “Hare Lift”.
Had to go back to 1992, but yes, that’s a young Jon Stewart talking about his cat around the 6:00 mark