The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are reunited for the first time in a month, and they welcome their pal Alan along for the fun. In honor of a new Muppets movie, the gents are pitching puppet-related films and shows. they talk about the new trailers for "Hercules" and Michael Bay's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" reboot, but mostly they talk about weird tangents and inappropriate conversation topics. The gang plays another round of the newest game, Movies Against Humanity, and it leads to similar hilarious results.
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Episode 78 includes:
-Learn about Zest's earlier, ill-conceived ad campaign. You'll never feel Zestfully clean again.
-Could the relationship between Goofy/Pluto relate to Oscar-winning "12 Years a Slave"?
-Alan praises Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel" and its fast-paced Andersonian whimsy.
-Ben is surprised by how interesting he finds the world of "Divergent."
-Eric (indoctrinated in the ways of "Legally Blonde 2") catches up with "Mr. Peabody," "John Carter," "Dallas Buyers Club," and "Muppets Most Wanted."
-This Week's Pitch -- Puppets!
-Alan pitches a mockumentry on the skeleton puppet from the Grateful Dead "Touch of Gray" video.
-Ben pitches a puppet serial killer, puppets within puppets within puppets, and a film described as "The Face of Love" meets "Lars and the Real Girl."
-Nate pitches a rom-com involving a famous puppet living in our world, and unknowingly rips off "Magic."
-Eric pitches a big-screen version of "Jim Henson's Storytellers" and a film noir with marionettes.
-This Week's Game -- Movies Against Humanity
-The guys draw a hand of movie titles and have to play one for a category. HOWEVER, they must defend and argue their choices to a judge. Enjoy the nonsense.