"Good news, everyone: God's not dead. He just needs a better agent."

Official Show NotesEdit

"The OP's are all back in action, celebrating the all-NEW made-up holiday of 'Smallvember.' First up, the Christsploitation film God's Not Dead, filled with the straw-manny-est straw men outside of a county fair. Meanwhile Elliott and Detective Columbo disprove the flat Earth theory, Stuart reveals a surprising knowledge of the Christian rock genre, and Dan announces a new contest!"

Movie SummaryEdit



  • ­[Dr. Radisson] was bitten by a radioactive hotel, and was given all the powers of an atheistic philosophy professor.
         —Elliott @07:05

Final JudgmentsEdit

  • Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @41:05
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @41:15
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Stuart) @42:20

Episode HighlightsEdit


Movie PitchesEdit

Bullet to the Godhead
The sequel to Bullet to the Head. Sylvester Stallone's mercenary character Bobo has a bigger target on his hands this time: the divine godhead itself. @06:25
Night Papal Court
It's just the Pope booking prostitutes and purse thieves. Starring John Larroquette as the horny bishop. @25:05


  • ­Anyway... Josh Wheaton, a college student — he said for the fourth fucking time...
         —Elliott @08:55
Dan: The premise of this movie is built on sand. This —
Elliott: Just like the movie The House of Sand and Fog, but they don't even have the fog to shore up the house.
Stuart: And I hate sand.
Dan: The idea —
Elliott: It's so rough.
Stuart: It gets everywhere.
Elliott: Not like Natalie Portman's skin.
Dan: It gets in your butt...
Elliott: What?
Stuart: Whoa! You're misremembering that movie!
Elliott: It would have been so great if Anakin Skywalker's running his hands over Princess Amidala and he just goes: "I hate sand. It gets into your butt." And she's like, "Whoa, what?"
Stuart: "What did Watto do to you?"
— @13:55
Dan: When you complain about how late you're getting back to your newborn child, just remember the time you wasted.
Elliott: Hey, just remember: you should say words correctly the first time.
— @43:30

Listener MailEdit

Mailbag SongEdit



"Scenes from Movies that Made You Want to Kill Yourself" from Cathy Lastnamewithheld @52:15
"Stuart: Don't Worry, I've Got Your Back." from Charlie Lastnamewithheld @58:55
The Cryptkeeper's penis
"Ralph Kiner, R.I.P." from David Lastnamewithheld (Elliott's brother) @1:03:05
Episode 114: Abduction


  • Jodorowsky's Dune (2013) by Frank Pavich (Elliott) @1:06:30
  • The Last of Sheila (1973) by Herbert Ross (Dan) @1:11:10
  • The One I Love (2014) by Charlie McDowell (Stuart) @1:13:55

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