Lee tackles Run Lola Run. Lee really stretches his genre-legs this week, while we discuss the relative merits of movie length and language origin.
Do normal shoes get ya down? Do you require various forms of lubrication for wildly different scenarios? We've got ya... don't worry about it.
Seth tackles Happy Texas. This one's been on the list for a long while -- we delight in it's virtues and Seth writes some genuine podcast universe lore, keeping the magical world going. Tune in this week for exploration and child beauty pageants.
Tiff tackles Jerry Maguire. What a week -- we really get into it. Everybody was a bit loose, we had some computer problems, and went way long. This should not, however deter you from listening, as this movie is wildly famous and Tiff really shoots for the moon on her plot.
How would you decorate a home? or a restaurant? How might a summer job go in your youth? Find out on this mini-ep.
Zak tackles Dead Again. It's either 6 actors playing 8 people or 3 crossovers this week. The math doesn't really add up either way. Tune in for our final boo-spooky dead-isode this week!
Lee tackles Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead. God what a long title, I'm sick of typing it already. Lee takes a bit of a departure from the usual format, and we cover some strange casting choices and the incredible earnings for this movie.
Seth tackles Dead Ringers. Reeling from ep 69, and starting off our admitedly-slightly-offest October "DEAD" series, Seth provides some classic Seth goofage while we revisit a pod-favorite director. Lee and Zak don't totally agree with ratings -- tune in to see how it shakes out!
Sarah tackles The Voyage Home. Out of the ashes, she rose, phoenix-like, having endured the most abuse of any guest, past or possibly future, to tackle a truly monumentous film. Having hit our comma budget in one sentence we can only say tune in this week for an animal-filled romp on both sides -- you will not be dissapointed. (Turns out em-dashes are very useful when you're out of commas)