(A note from Derek: This week, we're trying a new format. As I mentioned during last week's show, I wanted to record while we were watching the movie, that way the listener doesn't miss out on all the ridiculous stuff we say that doesn't get mentioned when we record after. And let's be honest; the main reason we do this is so we can make fun of the movies.
That said, we still talk about the cast, the budget, the box office, etc., and there are still segments like Inside My Head, but they're just before and after we watch the movie. In between, there might be some spots where we aren't saying anything, but you can sort of hear the movie in the background. This is because we're a super low-budget show, and we lack the necessary equipment to just record isolate our voices.
We would really like to hear what you have to say about this new format. Is it better? Worse? Too much of a pain because you'll probably need to watch as you listen? Feel free to let us know. Is it something that's kind of cool once in a while? Or does it anger you? Let us know, either in the comments section here, or on our Facebook page, or our Twitter timelines. But make sure to send the angry replies to Larry. I'm very delicate and my feelings get hurt easily. And, as always, thank you for listening!)
|Sean Spicer and Kellyanne Conway discuss strategy.|
|So much cocaine, you guys.|
Some little person version of Indiana Jones (Phil Fondacaro) finds a mysterious key somewhere in an isolated jungle. This seems completely unrelated to anything else in the movie.
Meanwhile when Katherine Verdoux's (Erika Eleniak) brother, Caleb (Corey Feldman!), goes missing while out partying with his friends, private detective Rafe Guttman more or less insinuates himself into the case, despite Katherine's complete disinterest in even being in the same room with him. (A reasonable response to Dennis Miller.)
|"I smell vicodin and whiskey and failure...|
Oh, god...He's right behind me, isn't he?"
|Exhibit A (for "Angie"!) displaying her deft wit against Dennis goddamn Miller.|
The answer is Chris Sarandon as Reverend Current, that douchey televangelist asshole!
|This man has never touched a guitar in his life.|
There's only a 23% chance he'd ever seen one before this moment.
Oh, and remember Caleb? Same deal, but he seems to be adapting to it well. Of course, he's already adapted to being Corey Feldman, and if that didn't kill him...
|Did you learn nothing from being in The Lost Boys, Corey?|
|Ann Coulter seems okay with the ending.|
Larry thought it was pretty awful. He also thought the cast acted terribly, and wants someone to be held accountable for Dennis Miller being cast as the lead in a movie. But he also offers kudos to Miller because he actually manages to be more lucid and coherent than he ever was on SNL.
Derek agrees that this is stupid fun, but still questions the casting choices. There was some debate as to whether Corey Feldman was on drugs at the time or recovering, but then it was realized that nobody gives a shit. Corey Feldman should have known better. Hell, Angie Everhart should have known better.
So crawl out of your coffin, fire up the VCR, and listen to this week's show while you watch the movie!