Dan: On this episode we watched The Cobbler.
Stuart: Starring...
Elliott: Shoes
Stuart: And...
Elliott: Other shoes
Dan: Sandler
Stuart: Sandals
Elliott: The resort

Official Show NotesEdit

"It's the Jewish magical realism tale that almost made Elliott hate his own Judaism: The Cobbler. Meanwhile, Stuart suffers from cartoon eye degeneration, Dan would like you to know very much that he's a wealthy murderer, and Elliott's singing has started to bleed dangerously outside the letters section."

Movie SummaryEdit


Adam Sandler has some magic shoes.


­Speaking of things that don't really go and just sit around and don't do a lot, The Cobbler starring Adam Sandler.
     —Elliott @06:18

­[Dustin Hoffman] reveals, 'Oh yeah, all craft tradesmen– dry cleaners, etc.– they all have these secret societies. Anyway, there's a lot of danger and a lot of excitement. Let's go son!' And they drive off into the distance and that's the end of the movie.
     —Elliott @42:52

Final JudgmentsEdit

  • Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @46:13
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @47:32
  • "Whatever you guys said" (Stuart) @47:47

Episode HighlightsEdit


  • The Cartoon Medical School @01:48
  • Dan loses his mind @03:30
  • Baking @04:14
  • Miami Shoe Machine @08:16
  • Archie @08:44
  • Men, Women & Children @12:54
  • Cobbler cosplay @14:20
  • Shoe @19:32
  • Fred "Limp Bizkit" Durst is not Robert "The Jinx" Durst @21:36
  • Dunesbury @26:02
  • Pickle pocket protector @27:57
  • Dave Sim @29:44
  • Method Man, the final man @32:46
  • Shoe-lly Joel @34:11
  • What would you do with magic shoes? @35:07
    • Stuart: "I would ask Marc Summers to borrow his shoes so I could cobble them and then be Marc Summers for a day. I would climb through that giant set of teeth and I would find the flag. He's allowed to do that, right?"
    • Pervazoid Number One: "Wouldn't you want to be a lady? Just to see what that's like? [...] I'm not saying I wouldn't take a peek."
    • Elliott: "Uh, I actually had no answer for that. Yeah, I guess a lady makes sense."
  • Elliott has the same size feet as his wife @37:42
  • A Goofy Movie @44:05
  • The Floppers are moving in together @45:32

Movie PitchesEdit

All Shoes Go To Heaven @18:31

Elliott's childrens' movie where shoes go to heaven but people go to hell for abusing shoes by walking on them, forcing them to slave away for nothing. Jimmy Pixar loved it, calling it their best movie since Monsters University.

The Cobbler: Rated R @16:44

Same basic premise as The Cobbler, but the shoes come to life and give Adam Sandler romantic advice. Sample dialogue: "Hey, ask her out! I'll be your wingtip man!"


­'And then Goldberry came to the door it was as if an elf maiden had come to the door, a thing that has not shown up in this book yet.'
     —Stuart improves on Lord of the Rings @04:43

­It is also a moment for the director to be like, 'My audience is pretty stupid. They are not going to be able to follow this. They're just going to think we're following a random person around for some reason.'
     —Stuart @13:46

Listener MailEdit

Mailbag SongEdit



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  • The Deer Hunter (1978) by Michael Cimino (Flopper) @Time
  • The Witch (2015) by Robert Eggers (Flopper) @Time


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