- "On this episode of The Flop House we discuss Wild Hogs. It's like City Slickers, with twice as much leather."
Floppers And Their LivesEdit
- Dan, Elliott and Rich Duncan, bad comedy specialist of the Flophouse.
Stuart's scorpion belt buckle is described ("Imagine a scorpion paperweight...") and discussed.
- "Pardon me while I belch." "It's a regular Algonquin round table here at the Flophouse."
Wild Hogs is one of the most star-studded movies the floppers tackled.
"Gay Stuart Wellington" is a search term that brought someone to the podcast.
Actual Stuff About the MovieEdit
Flophouse Movie Pitches and Other TangentsEdit
Gay Panic: a 1960s thriller about a bomb being set off that would turn everyone gay, starring Walter Matthau and Bruce Dern. Ernest Borngnine as the leader of the gay terrorists ("He was terrible." - Dan)
An alternate Jaws 2 in which there is no shark, just Roy Scheider with PTSD.
Elliott re-imagines the opening of Wild Hogs: Four guys who are friends, lamenting how boring their lives are, and then one sees four motorcycles for sale across the street at the motorcycle warehouse. "Come on guys!"
Elliott: Bad bad movie. Did not create characters. "It was no Bratz Movie."
Dan: Bad comedy cliches make this a good bad movie for comedy people. But the lack of fart jokes at the chili festival makes it a bad bad movie.
Rich: Good bad movie. Like getting a chance to meet Bruce Springsteen, but he's slamming your hand in a desk drawer five or six times.
Elliott: The Honeymoon Killers
Dan: The Bank Job and The Naked Jungle
- “How many times have I told you people I don't want this show to be a referendum on me defending the film Mimic?”