Sun, 13 May 2012
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" welcome back special guest, George, as we take a look back to TV shows we cherished as children and update them to into modern re-imaginings. The guys then play another round of What That Is? trying to come up with movie synopses via title and cast. Along the way they get sidetracked by discussions over the exact number of beads Ben is worth, Rutger Hauer and his amazing train that runs on dreams, reasons for the decline of mummies, whether John Turturro's testicles can be a metaphor, the 80-year-old man in charge of the Hollywood Remake department, the many Steve Urkels, the quality of "A Goofy Movie" and its soundtrack, and the Butter Commission's emergency response to "Last Tango in Paris."
Episode 9 includes:
-The Avengers vs. orphans! Hulk smash feelings of isolation!
-Rutger Hauer makes a surprise guest appearance! Thank you, enchanted railroad industry.
-George sees "1000 Words" and has a bone to pick with the magic tree of death
-"Dark Shadows" both sucks and blows; does Tim Burton ruin every remake?
-This Week's Pitch -- Childhood TV Show!
-George pitches a reunion of "Boy Meets World" and Mr. Feeny's ghost
-The gang goes on an extra long trip down memory lane with the TGIF family comedies
-Ben pitches "Power Rangers" as an examination on 9/11 anxiety
-Nate pitches an "Exo Squad" update; Eric angles a few ways to make ALF relevant again
-This Week's Game -- What That Is?
-"Spinning into Butter" (2009): A tale of Rumspringa gone wrong?
-"The Man From Left Field" (1993): Burt Reynolds finds redemption and spicy hobo-on-hobo love?
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