Sun, 20 May 2012
Don't have a cow, man! The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are reliving the glory that were the 1990s. So snap on your slap braclet, break out your Trapper Keeper, and get ready for nostalgia mixed with our signature pop-culture insanity. The guys talk about getting their first press review, pitch their version of the ultimate 90s movie collaborations, and then take famous 90s movies and adapt them to wildly different genres. As usual, Nate, Eric, and Ben also find time to talk about yogurt fetishes, extreme marketing, quad breasts, extreme therapy sessions of Kate Winslet, where actor Wallace Shawn hoards his gold, the ration of computer hacking to kung-fu for a 90s movie, and what Ben would do with a Chik-Fil-A in his own home (hint: dispute the existence of God).
We're taking a short time off, but in between the next podcast (Episode 11) we'll be releasing an audio commentary for a film available upon Netflix streaming and also a "Best of: Volume One" for newcomers. Keep coming back valued listeners because we'll have plenty more to entertain your ear holes with.
Episode 10 includes:
-The guys get into an extended conversation about GoGurt before they even introduce their names
-We got reviewed by another podcast -- "Poddammit." Affirmation that what you're listening to is awesome!
-Nate tears apart "Shark Night 3D" and villainous rednecks using terms like "moral relativism"
-Ben found the only thing that could top "Total Recal"'s three-boobed woman... a four-boobed woman
-This Week's Pitch -- Ultimate 90s Movie!
-Eric pitches an adaptation of "Toe Jam and Earl" with Will Smith and Jim Carrey
-Nate pithes a romantic comedy/girl power all-star venture (there will be pogs as well)
-Ben pitches a movie that has surf skaters, gold, and Cowabunga Mountain
-This Week's Game -- Genre Swap!
-We swap "Forrest Gump," "Home Alone," "Clueless," "Clerks," "Titanic," "Jurassic Park," and "Armegeddon"
-Nate defends "Titanic" and the principles of weight displacement, volume, and floating doors
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