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Episode 149: Paranoia

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"On this episode we discuss Paranoia... for no reason. What are you trying to say? Why are you looking at me like that?"

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Han Solo vs. Commissioner Gordon sounds awesome, until you realize the star of Paranoia is actually a Hemsworth brother. And not the good one. Meanwhile Elliott doubles down on the size of Gary Oldman’s penis, Stuart disturbs us by talking about intimate times and Dan introduces the notion of a California Raisins fetish.

Movie SummaryEdit

PremiseEdit

StoryEdit

Final JudgmentsEdit

  • Bad-Bad Movie (Stuart) @39:50
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @40:05
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @40:55

Episode HighlightsEdit

TangentsEdit

Movie PitchesEdit

  • Pair o' Noodles @24:10

QuotesEdit

  • ­Harrison Ford, in all of his movies, never cares. And that's his charm. But at a certain — when you're a young guy and you just don't care, that's charming. When you're an old man who doesn't care, it's lazy.
         —Elliott @39:25

Listener MailEdit

Mailbag SongEdit

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LettersEdit

"Rent-A-Center®" from Chad Lastnamewithheld @42:40
Ziggy @42:55
Egon Schiele @44:40
Phantasm @45:15, @47:00
"'It's My Party' as Sung by The Cryptkeeper" from Chris Lastnamewithheld @46:10
"An Invisible Mania" from Jay Lastnamewithheld @47:45
Castle Freak
Head of the Family
"Tattoo Ideas" from Shawn Lastnamewithheld @50:00
Phantasm @51:20
Scrimm-tattoo

RecommendationsEdit

  • The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) by Wes Anderson (Elliott) @53:55
  • Repentance (1987) by Tengiz Abuladze (Elliott) @57:40
  • The Sweet Smell of Success (1957) by Alexander Mackendrick (Dan) @58:35
  • The Visitor (1979) by Giulio Paradisi (Stuart) @1:02:00

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