The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are all about Westerns this week as they embrace Eric's favorite genre. After pitching their own Westerns, the gang play a new game, Versus, where they tack an actor and pit two of their roles against one another in a duel. Along the way the guys get distracted tlaking about apocalypse by sloth, the use of "antithetical," starting off right with your "hellos," the metaphor of Nicole Kidman peeing on Zac Efron, the power of lieracy against the mentally ill and homocidal, the physicality needed to be a serial killer, and the disadvantages of having your head chopped off.
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Episode 36 includes:
-J.J. Abrams will direct "Star Wars," so how many lens flares should we expect?
-Despite disliking "donnie Darko," Eric watches "Southland Tales" for some reason.
-"Seeking a Friend for the End of the World": Do you save the heroin addiction for the final day?
-Ben reaches new lows of despairity talking about "The Paperboy" and "The Master," his worst films of 2012.
-This Week's Pitch -- Westerns!
-Eric pitches "The Crow" set during the Wild West.
-Nate pitches a neo-Western with today's bankers as your villainous black hats.
-Ben pitches a monster reunion Western as well as adapts "Les Miserables" as a Western.
-This Week's Game -- Versus!
-In this new game, an actor is chosen and then two roles he or she played will duke it out for hypothetical supremacy. They pit roles from Tom Hanks, Russell Crowe, and Christopher Walken.
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