Sat, 2 September 2017
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are doing their best to try and understand what exactly is happening at the Warner Bros offices right now as news item after news item seems to confirm that nobody knows what to do with their DC superhero properties. The guys speculate about the avalanche of prospective news, chat about Joss Whedon's turn of events, the passing of comedy legend Jerry Lewis, and in honor of the live-action "Death Note" film on Netflix, they answer a series of challenging moral questions.
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Episode 186 includes:
-Jerry Lewis has died... now when do we get to see "The Day the Clown Cried"?
-WB and DC throw anything at everything at the wall to see what sticks, and Joss Whedon's wife comes forward to argue he is no feminist.
-The new animated Batman and Harley Quinn movie betrays the animated series... and it's got fart jokes too and... rape?
-Nate declares "The Only Living Boy in New York" to be insufferable hipster prattle.
-The Netflix "Death Note" movie is about as disappointing as you knew it would be.
-This Week's Pitch -- None!
-This Week's Game -- Moral Quandaries!
-Ben quizzes Nate on a series of challenging questions inspired by the moral quandary at heart with "Death Note." Nate learns just how far he'll go for money.