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Episode 100 · 4 months ago

100th EPISODE SPECTACTULAR

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Parth and Trent finally reach the 100th episode. They also reveal the top secret topic of said episode.

Edited by Parth Marathe

We are tonight's entertainment. You can't handle the true the fire risals pizza. You're a wizard, Harry, you know? Do you think that's air you're breathing? Groovy, I don't have friends. Part, Oh, high part. We kind of spoke at the same time there, but hey, we made it. This is what a hundred episodes looks like. Part Way, way to go. How long did it take us? Like two years, right, just over one month of it was June. It was June, it was June. Six, I think, is when our first episode went up. Oh, Star Wars, the Fourth Awakens. Yeah, some would say our best episode, a riveting discussion. Um, I think it wouldn't. It wouldn't be good for anyone to go back and listen to that, but that's like our most listened to episode, both because it's the first end because it's discussing, Um, a mainstream movie. Isn't that depressing? And the audio quality is so bad compared to now. We didn't have real mikes until our third episode and we didn't know how to edit well until like our thirtieth episode, and we still continue to struggle. Part doesn't I do well, you said it. I didn't but part doesn't use slomo nearly as much as I do, which is worth no and I think that the audience really is pissed at me for that. But let's let's get back to basics. Trent, what have you been eating? Um, hello, you're looking well. Um. You just saw it happen. I was like scrambling before the episode, Um, because potting on an empty belly is a recipe for disaster, as I'm sure you know. And so I had like a shot glass worth of orange shoes left and in this carton, and so I keep that back. And then I don't have any milk, and so I've just been eating these frosted mini wheat knockoff from trader Joe's, Um, which are called frosted shredded bite size wheats. Um, I've just been pouring those outside the box and eating them dry, which I know that you do. That's like your preferred method. As I've said before on previous episodes, both spoken at length on the issue. I had cereal with milk once when I was three and then I threw up and ever since then I've always been a little like, I'm fine, I'll have it dry, which actually kind of ties into what I had because I uh, cinnamon toast crunch was good dry. Well, I had that. So, listeners, I just came back. You've been having episodes every week to listen to, but we rushed advance. Yeah, but the last two weeks I've been in India, so my sleeping schedule has been a little bit messed up. What's the time difference? I'm just I'm there. Are Ahead by nine and a half hours. Jet, jet lag. Am I right? Yeah, I mean it wasn't too bad. Um, but two days ago I woke up at five o'clock, then yesterday I woke up at six o'clock and today I was able to wake up at six forty five. So I'm kind of moving closer towards wing at a normal time. But Um, an hour into waking up I had some cereal and then just before potting, as you said, potting on an empty stomach is recipe for disaster, and I started feeling a little Tekish, m hm, and so I went downstairs to our freezer, found a box of Eggo waffles and put that in the toaster. Dude, stranger, stranger things, am I right? Eleven, Eleven, eleven pop popa waffles. Wait, so where does the SEM a toast crunch come in? I told you that was...

...the first thing I had. I woke up an hour and I had it, and then afterwards I had waffles, because you're like stranger things. Yeah, I was really in my l era, if you will. Um, you know part. We've had our ups and our downs, but in your L era. No complaints here. Yeah, my l as an e l not my l era as a as a as in a loss. No, yes, no, Um, but, Trent, we have a really insane topic, don't we? UH, prepared for this episode, and so we should probably just cut into our intro because the audience is just clamoring for it because about insane it's going to be. No, I mean like you guys, you are not prepared. Even I'm excited and I know what it is. Yeah, prepared for the reveal. Guys, you're you're ready. Two one transition. Welcome back to craft services, where we talk about the movies. Each week we talked about a film and hopefully have a crew member of that film to talk with us about their experience working on the picture. But this week is a different week. It's the hundred week. That we've done this, not in a row because we've had some missteps along the way, but haven't we only haven't. We only delayed like two or three times, and like only most of them were my fault, but one of them was both of our faults. So what? Well, so we've okay. When we first started the podcast, we were doing episodes every week, but they were coming out at different times every week, and then we took like a month long break or we just stopped doing it Um for a while. Then we came back with a with a vengeance um in towards the end of and then going into then we were pretty consistent. I think we only skipped once or something like that, because you were busy or something like that. Then this Um, this January, we took three week break Um while we were it was our winter break, but we were coming up with the episodes we're gonna have to release during the school year, m m. and then we took a break. We took a one week break a few weeks ago. Right, yeah, but Apollo ten and a half discussion was delayed by one week. But apolitan and a half is so wild that I think we made it worth everyone's worth. Everyone's while, but I think people were happy in the all in all, it's been slightly over two years and I guess they're fifty two weeks in a year. So if we were good, there would be we this would be the one hundred and fourth episode special, but we were doing the best we can. Here's here's. We're not perfect. No, but triple digits. I mean the next digit would be one thousand, and no offense to US part, but I don't know about that. I don't. I don't know about that. Yeah, I think to two hundred. Does that sound like a good number to you? I could do two hundred. So it's like we're starting a new podcast basically and doing everything we just did again, essentially. Yeah, no, the countdown goes back to zero now and we just start counting back up to a hundred. I know we have episodes like in the can and all this momentum, but I say we canceled this one and start from scratch. Call it craft services too. We should do crafts pervices, just so we confuse what little followership. We...

...have. Um. Yeah, Um, but I alluded to a special topic, did I not? You did, and I think at this point in the episode. You're going to have to get creative, given the fact that I guess maybe this episode is just labeled the one hundred episodes special and you didn't reveal within the type of what what exactly the topic is. That's what we can continue to specials. The problem with our previous specials that our title gave it away. Yeah, there was no numerical significance because, I mean, what specials do we have that? Only we had our fiftie special, but it was like our director bracket. Remember, I do. But that thus in order to encourage able to click on the episode. Fifty. Isn't that cool? But you know, one. Yeah, but now we can stall as long as possible because we've got people here in the palm of our hands because they're celebrating. They're celebrating, you know, the power of the sun and the palm of our hands. I mean some would say that not all. Trent, do you think it's time we were? I mean it's pretty special this topic and I think it's something that people are going to be really excited about. They've been clamoring for it. They've been just waiting for a nine episodes, just hoping that we'd cover this Um. We've discussed a lot of movies, we've talked with some cool people, but I think what you've really all been waiting for is for what parts is about to reveal. Guys, this episode, today's topic is, I'm going to insert a drum roll because I'm editing this episode. Today's is no topic. Semn sense, sum, cans and cans, because that sense for this mom pump bump bump bumps from space. Sam, can't you edit in the song? No, no, I was planning on it. I'm not a heathen. Um. We have been wondering what we were gonna do with this episode for several months. We had no idea. We'd asked the listeners what was gonna what they would like to see. They gave some interesting suggestions. No, they well, and we'll get to that and we we will discuss that later on that that may be incorporated. We didn't come unprepared. No, guys, we're not monsters. But Um, we were talking about it and talking about it and then Trent and I were texting and we're doing dobe commentary. Do we up until this morning? Do we rank our episodes? What do we do? And then I sent that magical little text to Trent and I said Trent, which should I read the text? The text conversation allowed. Sure, I mean it was only from a few hours ago, so this is very fresh. Um, start as high up as you want. You can reveal the personal stuff. So I I text Trent, Trent question mark at ten am. Yeah, no, it's like it's like that's a classic Trent move. But enough about that. Hello, I'm just waking up at Jordan's. I'm free this morning pretty much whenever. Any ideas on what you would like to discuss? Keep in mind this is about an hour before we say that we're going to start recording this episode. So we have no idea and I say let's get on not sure. Let's get on Mike at Eleven and try to come up with ideas by then. And Trent came up with the idea of what if we live watched something and essentially did commentary, and I said what do you want to do it on? and He sends IMDB list of...

...good movies under ninety minutes, says a few movies that maybe we will do that for. So I'll keep them a secret, which is maybe maybe we can do something shorter or more abstract top ten and bottom ten movies we've covered. I go and yeah, well, when part says hmm, I'm like, I hope I don't have to respond because I think that just means he's digesting information. That it is. Whenever I send I'm not expecting the person to like give a response, like I know that's a strange thing to have to respond to, but I'm kind of like, because you're not like anything to work with, it just shows that you're processing. What the thing is that like I'm when I'm when I don't have anything to say, I still like the other person to know that I've seen it and like acknowledge so that they know, so they're not left in the dark. It's better than the thumbs up and it's not as flirting as a heart. You know? Yeah, no, I don't. I've tried flirting with Trent and it's not gotten me anywhere good. So and then I come up with them magical text the topic colon, no topic and trnk goes, I like that. So that's how we got here. It was a long and arduous journey, but we figured we we've been churning out content every week most of the time every week actually, Um, and it's all been very focused. We've had an interview or discussion or ranking. And what if we just talked? Is that enough for you guys? WOULD THAT BE ENOUGH? Focused is a really nice way to put it. Yeah, I mean that's that's being generous. But like the episodes of themselves have an intent? I would say no, that's for sure. But there are most certainly episodes where, like we set out to discuss Apollo ten and a half and or a lock. I was going to bring that up. Yeah, and then, uh, and then we're talking about like interstellar travel, and then we're and then we're talking about death and dying and like gravitational time differences and you know, all good stuff. It's good stuff, just everything that people, yea, you know that people in the eighteen to twenty three range one to hear. Yeah, no, people, people are excited about that. Maybe the we want, maybe the listeners just want to know what's going on with us. What are we up to? How have we been? It should be fire off some of the suggestions that of what we should have talked should have talked about. Sure, let's so. The thing that Trent had said was we received. A few months ago I posted a thing on the story saying give us ideas for our hundredth episode, and a few people um responded to that. So one person Said Samurai cop one and two. Do you know about Samurai Cop, Trent I, I think, like maybe maybe I'm crazy, but it's not like mystery science theater or like do you know what that is like? It's like a different modern version of that and it's just like three guys with microphones and that is not Samurai Cup. No, no, no, no, but like you go to the movies and then there's like commentary with three guys and they like say bad jokes about the movie. But I think one of the movies they did with Samurai cop and I saw in high school. Oh, okay, yeah, that's where it was going. I know it took a long, a long time to get there. What Samurai cop one is like an unintentionally bad movie, and then Samurai Cop two is a movie that was made after Samurai COPP became infamous and it's intentionally bad. So I don't know how much fun we have. The first one is accidentally bad, yeah, but it was made by someone that was trying to make a good movie, which is always more fun. That's why I don't care much for Sharknado movies because, like, we've had more than one person recommend that we like do like...

...the room, but I think that what would hold us back is trying to get someone who worked on it. But it's actually kind of a recent movie, so that's not completely without of our range. But Um, up until this point we've held off on not doing movies that we couldn't get a person for, but until what we have coming up soon, well, yeah, we're gonna. We're gonna break our own rule. Well, we're gonna, and tonight you're gonna break your one rule. But anyways, part we were watching the dark night last night and I was like, I wish you was here. You. Well, what happened is we we couldn't decide. Were like people were about to leave and I was like, how can I hook people in? And so I turned on the opening sequence of the dark night and then we watched a good thing, and then we watched that through. Well, when, when does the Batman? When does the Dark Knights slowed down for the first time it was like after the the investigation is ongoing thing. The investigation is ongoing. Yeah, and so it was like how and is that like fifteen minutes or something? Yeah, that's when they're like they cut to the establishing shots of Gotham and stuff, and then, yeah, anyways, wait, well, what comes after that, because I want to know how far we watched? Well, after that is my dogs are hungry. Okay, we got this far. One of you is it. Did you get? Did you get to Harvey Dent in the courtroom? No, no, I think we stopped right after the fake Batman sequence of what's the difference between you and me? I'm occupied, you know, nice and M I said my product would take you places. I didn't say the places you wanted to go. I always get the quotes a little bit wrong, so I apologize now that that one was correct. You got it. I think the reading on that was a little I said my compound would take you places. I never said they'd be places you wanted to go. Uh, for anyone at home, like, if you get the chance, like watch the Dark Knight and or Spider Man Two with part like it'll be a hoot in half and better if he's like if he's if he's a few drinks deep and he's transformed into his alter ego Perth. He knows the words even better. Trent, do you want to explain alter ego Perth, because I don't think the audience has ever, has ever heard of this character? Yeah, because you've never been drunk on the POD, sadly. Maybe we should do one. Has that ever been suggested? I mean no, I don't think it has. You just said that and I was like, that would be kind of a fun episode. That would just be two chaps. I think we should that one should be in person, though. We should drink on we should take shots on Cam. Oh, that'd be awesome. I feel like there could be a spill and uh like and a technical malfunction, but that that does sound fun and we are like not even under age, so it wouldn't even be controversial and our parents can't even be mad at us. Do you think it would bring down the level of conversation? I think if anything, it would increase the level of conversation, though maybe decrease the level of Um, good conversation, I mean intelligible. I don't want to give anything away, but for the latter installments of our summer series, I think that this would be a welcome surprise. M We'll talk about well, maybe, yeah, maybe the latter we can. Yeah, no, well, we'll discuss this, but no, good. Explain. Perth, Trent, Perth happens to be at I was introduced to Perth. Who? Who? Who? Can even say? But Um, I I quickly found out. Then, when part consumes a little bit of alcohol, Um, he kind of turns into a different person and he's like really chatty with people on the street. And you like to like say something really loud out at a group of...

...people and then and then, like they don't respond and or respond either with a nice thing or with a mean thing, and then you get really self conscious and then you're like, I hope they're not mad at me. Do you think that they thought I was annoying? And then you will say that I'm like, I'm sorry, I have a nice night. And I'd say that is like the M O of Perth Um. But like any like, I mean, as I'm sure everyone can imagine, um, he's just like a tilted like bizarro version of parts. But yeah, it's it's like like certain aspects of me come out. It's like it's like you have symbio on you it's like your venom, like you're just enhanced. One of the first parties I ever went to when when I came first to college, Um, not to give anything away, Um, but one of the first parties ever went to, I realized that when I get when I'm lost in the sauce under the influence. Yeah, Um, I gain a I gained a proclivity towards shaking people's hands and like meeting them, and I found that, like at other people's parties, I'll start being like, Hey, can I get you anything, like I'm hosting the Party. They're like, Hey, meet my friend here, and like I'll start being like, guys, were all one big group human kind. We can do better, and I start getting really optimistic. Um, yeah, but it's interesting when you're in a frat basement and you start shaking the brothers hands and the djs hands, but everyone seems to have a good time. Um Perth doesn't seem to be too problematic of a figure. Um, I would say the most problematic thing is just in public on the streets. Sometimes in the streets of New Brunswick, gets a good thing, not too things at random people. Do you think the destination dogs Perth story has ever been shared. My God, I don't know. If may I where's where is it going to start from? Um, what? Who? Oh, it was after the senior showcase. No, it was. Oh, you weren't there for a part portion of it. Um, oh, because you started drinking before that was okay. So backstory is it was my twenty one birthday. Well, it was the day after my twenty one birthday, but my birthday was on a Thursday. So we were all hanging out on a Friday and Um, a bunch of my so like some some craft services regulars. Trent, obviously, uh, Sophia, Alexis, Jackson Clark, Um, did Jordan was there for a period of time. Brendon Lupetti was there for a period of time. Um, Clara Pell was there, UM, and a few other UM characters, extra extraneous members and the intercast of characters that have that have yet to join the roster of craft services. We're all hanging out. We had a plan to go, Um to a few bars for my birthday and so we went to and, if there's any new brunswick listeners, we went to old queen's first, where I got a large t shirt. Was this night, the night. Was this the night of the senior showcase? or Yes, no, it was. It was, but that time you were during that period, you were not there because you were at the showcase. But yeah, so this was just Jackson, me, Sophia, Tom and and Jackson. Wait, did I say that? Yeah, yeah, but this even you got your free t shirt. Yeah, so I got a free t shirt and I got it. I guess all they had was a large and if you know me, I do not fit in a large t shirt. But I put it over a medium. Usually a medium. Sometimes if it's a big small, it's a small, but it's great, the great equalizer. Amend's meat...

...you, anyone can work if I have to, but Um, I I didn't feel like carrying it, so I put it over the sweater that I was already wearing. So there's some funny photos of me from that night. Just putting that out there. Then we went over to scarlet fever. Is that the name? Scarlett fever? Is the name Scarlett pub? Scarlett pub, scarlet fever is the name of like the merchandizing store. Oh, you know, we did. We we did not drink there, but scar fever is like a better name. I wish that was a bar right. And then we went to Alan Wich Um, which was fun. And then, but don't you not remember the events of that? Or is that Jackson? No, Jackson doesn't remember the events of that Um. But you know, anyways, by the time we get to by the time we're about to leave Alan witch, we're pretty but now we're hungry and drunk. We're very hungry and logical stop is someplace that we can get not only food but alcohol, which, if for anyone who doesn't know, in New Brunswick is a hot dog restaurant named destination dogs and we joke because there are domestic and international themed hot dogs in addition other things. Um. But we went there and UH, part was really I mean part. Can I cut to the meat of the story, or do you have anything to add the meat of the story? Um, I guess all that we can, we should add, is that one of the people working there was an actress that had worked in Jackson's thing and she was very nice to us and she was our server, and so so I think we were allowed to be a little bit more rowdy because we were in good company with and and and she kind of knew what we needed at that point, Um, and which was shout out to Aleen, you know, yeah, from from de dogs hip, your waitress as well. Um. But basically everyone was going around and ordering and getting whatever crazy hot dog that your heart can dream up. And Part I, I believe you were. You're kind of down the table from me. But Jordan sick foose, friend, friend on the show, friend of the show, we seated next to you and, according to her, you, I believe, not only you were touching her a lot, which isn't a problem, but that's just touching her a lot. Well, just like, I believe, a lot of hugs, I believe. But that's just perfectly that. That's perfect, um, but that's just like you, like unionized, and that's you bring the group together for the time shaking hands, kissing babies like John F Kennedy. Yeah, you'll get there, um. But basically, in your drunkenness, you were like fairly subdued, but you were just like hot dog, and that's like the only thing that you could get out. And you just like repeated the fact that you wanted a hot dog, but you didn't articulate any of the details. And so when the waitress came around. Allen, our friend, you didn't okay, so what? What? What? Okay, here's what had happened was that I was I was talking with another person, um at the other end of the table, and I had said, because so you and I had worked on George's project and then after we'd worked on his project, he took us out to d dogs at separate times and he when I went with him, I had had the rocky Belboa or something like that, and so I was trying to ask George what was the hot dog that I got when we were here, and he said the rocky Belboa, and I was like, okay, so I want that, and so I thought I thought that George would tell the waitress, okay, he wants the rocky Belboa, because he was pretty sober relatively. George would also be ordering for you because of how incapacitated you were. And so it's taking a while for a food, for the waitress to come or whatever,...

...and I'm like, Oh boy, I'm this is insane. Like I'm in I'm in a pretty I'm in a pretty interesting stay at that point, and I don't remember this, but allegedly Allen came over and said what does everybody went, everybody gave their order and then they turned to me and they said part what do you want? And Me, thinking that George had told them, I guess, I just went hot dog, and they went what? I just went hot dog. Um. And so Jordan's scaphus, in a well minded move, said I guess just get him a plain hot dog. But that is not what I was expecting. And so I was getting really excited because I was like, wow, this is great. Hot Dog that I had ordered last time is going to be coming again, and I was remembering the taste, I was remembering the feeling I got one way ticket to your mouth and I was just like this is this is this is insane, this is exciting and I love this. I love my birthday, I love my friends. Um, per dog, per per hot dog, you know, and and Perth was in full swing. Um. And then out of the key my my plate comes and Trent, you can take it from here. I mean that's something everyone can imagine. At this point in the story. It was a plain hot dog and you were really disappointed. Well, I I don't remember this, but I guess I was like pissed and I was just like, what is this like? I could not comprehend what it was because I was just like what did you order? What I was like appalled, I guess. When you're so drunk that you can't order your own hot dog, you kind of are in no position to be upset about what hot dog comes your way. No, but I wasn't in my right well, I thought I had order because I did not know. The hot dog story of me is going hot dog. I don't remember that. I was built to me afterwards. So I fully believe that hot dog, all you can remember is the emotions and the cravings. All I remember is the hunger. You know, Um, but yeah, so I got but that's that's I would say that's the most intense Perth story that exists is that night. Other than that it's mostly just like I get like Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't I didn't mean to bother you, and then everyone's like what yeah, anyways, back to our suggestions. It wasn't that we're a minute. We're at minute thirty eight and I think that we only we only shared the first suggestion. WHAT'S THE NEXT ONE? Um, great movies with so so endings. Oh yeah, I forgot I forgot that. This started with US Talking About Samurai cop one and two. I was like, have you even get to this point? And then it was us being drunk, and then Perth. I understand. Wow, this is the free form conversation you all is in fearing nobody's listening at this point. They've all clicked, clicked away. You can say anything, you're free to say anything and no one will ever know. Christianity is a lie. No, who have been the secret service and like a nun are about to knock on my door. Yeah, wait, can I so? I should. I shared the story last night because we were watching a documentary. It was have you seen the documentary? Tickled? It's on HBO Max. I saw that you and Jackson had, or maybe you have Brendan the petty and him both log yeah. Well,...

...well, it's good and it's on Hbo Max and it's from like this, yeah, New Zealand, uh, journalist, and that now is on the podcast armchair expert with like dex shepherd, not, as I'm sure you know, that podcast. Yeah, Um, but he's now like a fixture of that and they do like fun episodes. But this was sort of like what I guess got him into the mainstream. But needless to say, we were watching that and it reminded me of this story that a friend from high school told me, and it was that Barack Obama, during his presidency, for whatever reason, like came to New Jersey for a time and I don't know it went to the shop or what. What do you mean? You were there. That place was ten minutes away from my Um. Well, I don't remember, but I just know that it was. But I was like what, ten or no, I would'st have been like eight or something. When this was happening, my mom came and she was like, Oh, President Obama is coming to New Jersey and he's coming ten minutes away from us. We have to go see him, and I was like yeah, I guess so. And so us and a few family friends went over and there it was like a whole barricaded place or whatever, and I didn't I wasn't in the shop or anything, but I did see him coming out of his car and walking down. So that's because there was so much of a crowd you couldn't get closer. Well, I was in the front, but it was like they blocked it off, I guess by because of the Secret Service. What was the shop and what was he doing here? Or does a president just have to go out to all the states to drum support? I could not tell you, but I guess maybe the I don't think the time frame is the same because I think this happened when they were in high school. But I'm sure President Obama, in his eight year term, two terms, came to New Jersey more than twice. But Um, President Obama was in New Jersey and this stupid high school, high schooler who I don't know in some capacity, on his snapchat, I guess maybe he was right wing, but made some sort of abstract threat to President Obama, however unfounded, and he was like I'm gonna kill him or whatever, and the secret service knocks on his door and they have a very serious talk with his parents and him and then they say we're going to stay here until President Obama has left New Jersey. Wow, isn't that crazy? I mean just because you're sixteen and you say and you threaten the president on Snapchat, like I guess that will get flagged of all the stupid snapchats that are being sent every day. I mean that's like a dumb thing to do just in general, you know. But Oh wait, great, great movies with socio endings. Can you think of a good example? Um last night in Soho? MM HMM. That's a good movie that I think like. I don't like. I think people really don't like the mending and I'm kind of just like on it, but I guess that's a SOC ending path. Moved to London, become a big Jim fashion to China. London. I was doing Um and actually, basically I was doing a British accent the other day and I was just like a little bit of I was at work and I was like a little bit of clocking out and then someone said and I had no last night in Soho basis at all. And someone said are you doing the last night in Soho Voice? And I was like when did a British accent become a last night in Soho Voice? All right, so Tom Merkel, uh friend of Perth and friend off the show. It's recently mentioned in the anecdote, said Mega Mind. I can't like I've definitely seen that movie in parts. I can't...

...say in its entirety, I'm sure. I think it's like considered like an above average movie. Yeah, I'm not wholly opposed. Is it illumination? Is it like the Minions Company? I feel like the animation. I think it's dreamworks actually, Um. But okay. So the next is, who's the voice of mega mind, since this is and WHO's the villain? Isn't Jonah Hill? Do you know Jonah Hill? It's Jonah Hill. It looks like Jonah Hill too. Okay, continue forward. So, Dylan Lembo, if you're one of our listeners, you give us three suggestions. Employee of the month, dead man on campus and dude wears my car, and I have seen none of these films. I haven't either. I heard that I've, during sicks has been recommending dude, where's My car, as I've been recommended that as well. Yeah, I mean for many years, speaking of stoner favorites, Harold and Kumar go to Whitecastle. That was a movie I um, I didn't, I didn't show any interest in for a long time and then I watched it and it's awesome. But then there's movies like Um half baked, which are stoner favorites but are just bad movies. MM HMM. This next one, no, I haven't. This next one is going to be interesting to us. Um, so this is from Nathan Snyder. Yeah, listen and it's he says Spielberg episode in parentheses. Pick any UM, wow, choose your player, Uncle Steve. Have we discussed? Do we just do we release reveal that? Honestly, we should, because that's coming out next, or we could have that other interview that we did come out before it. But I kind of want to just release this because it's the summertime. Yeah, UM, are we talking about the shark one? Maybe? I mean, wait, wait, wait, wait, let me play some music and let's see if you can figure out what are new mini series for the summer is going to entail. Guys, we're doing we're doing jaws, yeah, but not only like the good jaws. We're doing jaws two, and Jaws Three D and jaws the revenge. WHOA. And I'm looking at our folders and we've got some crazy shis lined up after that too. I mean you're gonna have to sit through some shark episodes, one of which, as I recommended before, we should be drunk for. I mean, since we're on the record now. Uh, if we're not drunk for jaws the revenge, like we're doing something wrong because in that movie jaws, the shark or a Um like a son or daughter of the original jaws or, I guess, just any sort of distant relation to the original jaws, follows the wife of Roy Schneider from the first movie to the Bahamas, where...

...she moves there to get away from Cape Cod because she's like there's too many sharks here, goes to Mohamas, the shark follows her and then reeks antics. And so basically, if I'm not drunk, like what, what's good with that? We do know what happens in Jaws Three D I've only ever seen the first one and I know that and I hadn't seen it. Yeah, I saw it last year for the first time and well, I mean I I will find out. We have a platform to discuss these things. So Dylan Freno recommended that we review and critique are old work from freshman year and while I appreciate the sentiment, I don't think the world needs to hear about it. No, not particularly. I think we have enough trouble drumming up attention to talk about like movies that people do care about. So our work that people don't care about I think we'd be shooting ourselves in the foot. No, yeah, but the the sentiment is appreciated. But part, part are we? I know that we've never covered a spielberg movie, but there and that we're and that we're about to dive into the deep end of Spielberg. But there's so many more we'd like to do. No, but I mean it's just hard. Maybe maybe certain things are maybe certain things are pending in that category. Who knows? We would need unless we were doing a post nine eleven spielberg, it would be hard. I mean guest, wise, unless we were breaking our own rules, like with jaws. But Jaws, like you break your rules for jaws summer. Wait, should we reveal that? The interesting part about the first draws movie, about someone who may come on? No, let's let's leave that. Let's leave that as a surprise. Okay, there's gonna be a special guest for the first draws episode. That's all we'll say. All right. So I have a follower that said Amazon buying mgm and I feel like that happened quite a bit ago, so it wouldn't make too much sense now to be talking about it. Made Sense when they submitted that a whole episode on that would be a lot, given I know nothing about that situation, nor does it sound very compelling. But, like, I'm sure, I'm sure, I'm sure it has a lot to do with the downfall of cinema or whatever. Emily UH Francois of of TC and J fame suggested turning red. Kate Rotunda of rutgers film fame suggested Jennifer's body. Um, I'd be cool with either of those movies, but and with Jennifer's body, there may be interesting developments that could happen there. Just putting that up there. Kevbo the clown suggested take in three, and to that I say no, no, thank you, because I mean not not to take ourselves too seriously, but to do take in three for our one episode would be a little consulting. The podcast would have to be taken away from me. Uh, for that to happen. Cody, Lawrence said, talk about your own stuff. Did a very friend O Esk of you, cody. Yes, I did. Did Dolan Freno submitted before, or was friend or was Dylan Freno being Lawrence Eske or friend of friend of submitted it before? Okay, so, so cody lawrences being friend O S Justin Gensch, a cousin of Sophia Alexis, said, still waiting for the proposal episode. Is the proposal like the famous movie poster with like, like, like, yes, like. who were the actors right doing the motion of a of a woman grabbing a man's tie, as in like a bad early two thousand's rum comes sort of way? It's Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock. But like, both of those are like respectable act they know they...

...are. But I don't know, I've never I've never seen it. I mean I really can't insult the proposal directly, but you know, Cool Fella Eleven, is that Zack? It is who has been on our our shows, end of the show, Zachary Basil, who I met two weeks ago for the first time a Trans Party. Um, said the angry birds movie. If you asked me, is there an angry birds movie five minutes ago, I would have had to take a minute to think about it. Um, is there more than one, or just there's two angry birds movies? You couldn't there's not enough money in the world for me to try to describe the plot of what happens in the angry birds movie. But actually maybe they're they're definitely trying to kill pigs, probably through propelling their bodies in like a warlike sort of way. You haven't seen them happy? No, I can't say that I have. Those are movies that came out way too late. They should have come out in like two thousand and eight or nine or something. Um. And our last suggestion is by a friend of the show, Um, Adam Vullerich, whoa, and this says, talk about one third of three hundred in reference to this being our hundredth episode. Um, isn't three hundred directed by someone interesting, Zack Snyder? We talked to the editor of three hundred. Who did? William? William Hoy? Oh wait, you mean that or the Batman? That's my boy right there. That no, like Loki. That is our boy, that right there. Oh. What I forgot to share, I mean earlier about US watching the Dark Knight and Um, is that after after the fake Batman scene, we then thought, okay, let's watch the opening scene from the Batman. Or really what we wanted was the opening like the rain monologue, but we also thought it would be wrong to skip over like the first five minutes with like the riddler, and so we watched that and then we skipped forward to the like the penguin aboutmobile chase, and then we watched that and then everyone was tired and everyone went home. But like we watched some major scenes from two of the Best Batman movies. Yeah, that sounds like a hoot and a Holler. That's how you get people to postpone leaving for like forty five minutes turn on Batman Batman scenes. Well, we've been able to go through everyone's suggestions. I guess we didn't make separate episodes on them, but uh, if you were interested, we at least mentioned your idea. I don't know if we had the capacity to discuss or for any of those to be an entire episode. I think that this was perhaps the best case scenario for everyone involved, just because they've all generated about five or six minutes of content. I agree, but I mean, I I had fun reading them. You know, I do eventually want to explore the idea of US doing a commentary in which, I mean the reason we did at a sub ninety minute movie is so it wouldn't be too tortuous. But, like, I know this podcast, like the big picture. Um, they did a live commentary for Oh, it is actual nighter's Justice League, which is how long? Like two and a half hours? Four hours? Okay, which is four hours long. and Um, it was like a marathon for them. But I'm not capable of that and weren't. Maybe we're not capable of that. So we were looking at great ninety minute movies. But maybe we'll do one eventually, because I think that sounds fun and you can. I think that'd be a fun episode and you can right now. We weren't ready for that. No, but like the people at home, can sync up the movie and then you can actually hear part and I talk over it like we directed it, despite having nothing to do with it creatively. Yeah, and that would actually require...

...pretty much no editing. Yeah, I mean, if we edit it at all, it would be we would ruin it. Timing. We could maybe add sound effects or something, but that's pretty much. We could only add but not subtract. Yeah. Well, uh, we're coming up on an hour. It's fifty six minutes of recording thus far. I'm kind of tired part I mean, and perhaps in our in our final moments here, let me I was just gonna share with you in confidence that my computer is learning me, that I only have eleven minutes of storage space remaining, but which I was afraid was gonna become an issue and I was gonna have to tell us to stop and then, which would cause conflict between us. But maybe, like the universe just knows that you're you're tired of my computer, are running out of like steam. At the same time, maybe God does exist, you know. Oh, I mean, that's a big to take give, especially given that I I it's elusive. Okay, that's that's yeah, alright, guys, we have one minute, happy one. Give us good rating and stuff and, uh, follow our social media guys. Bye. We'll see you for jaws next week.

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