The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are back with another week of raw podcastin', giving you the unedited recording with some extra podcast goodness. This week, for the Christmas season, the guys are pitching different applications of their favorite Christmas film, "Die Hard." It's a week of "Die Hard" in a... pitches. The game this week is another new try-out, Aslyum-Ize, where the guys try and come up with low-rent knockoffs to some of the biggest box-office hits of 2013.
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Episode 66 includes:
-Remember gettin' nasty with a calculator? Relive the upside down memories of childhood.
-Nate thinks the Coen's "Inside Llewyn Davis" is another winner, but if you don't care for folk music, you may be out of luck. And despite the name, no anal probing.
-Eric says "Saving Mr. Banks" is two movies for the price of one, though he'd prefer less of the drunken father in the Outback. More whimsical Tom Hanks as Walt Disney, please.
-Ben and Nate reveal their wounds having watched "A Madea Christmas" on opening day.
-This Week's Pitch -- Die Hard in a...!
-Eric pitches "Die Hard" in a museum without power and a professor thrown into the mix.
-Nate pitches "Die Hard" in an art museum with Nazi swiss bank account numbers hidden under paintings.
-Ben pitches "Die Hard" in a WWII camp, zombie apocalypse, and an orgy.
-This Week's Game -- Asylum-Ize It!
-The guys play a new game, following the production company Asylum's M.O. and knocking off Hollywood hits. the guys come up with their own cheap knockoffs for "World War Z," "Fast and the Furious," "Man of Steel," and, "Gravity."
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