- "On this episode of The Flop House we discuss the surprisingly long 88 Minutes."
Official Show NotesEdit
- "It's a new day in America, and what better way to celebrate the first African-American president than with Al Pacino's thriller 88 Minutes? What, you don't understand why that's appropriate? Maybe that's because you're racist. Meanwhile, Dan makes a baldfaced plea for sponsorship, Elliott proves his facility with numbers (as long as they're in the titles of movies), and the ghost of Stuart looms large over this episode."
- Pacino rents a taxi but insists on doing all the driving. @19:25
- It's neither Crank nor D.O.A. @22:40
- 27 Dresses (Episode 27: 27 Dresses @36:40)
- Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @33:00
- Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @35:30
- President-elect Obama unknowingly owes his victory to Elliott's radioactive Doritos® dust @01:50
- Elliott dreams of having an endorsement deal from Popeyes which is paid in kind @03:20
- Bratz @07:40
- Road House @26:20
- Dan's Cat attempts to knock over a lamp. @35:00
- Elliott remembers watching Memento in college. @37:15
- “I was so excited about 88 Minutes, and being as depressed about it as I am now, it makes me second — it makes me double think my excitement about our eventual watching of Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, which is another one I've been very excited about.”
- “Mr. Magorium better be good (in a bad way).”
- “Man, the Comedy Central party. 30 Rock was there. [...] Gina Gershon was there, I saw her in person... Who else was there...?”
- No listener mail this time.
- Synecdoche, New York (2008) by Charlie Kaufman (Elliott) @37:35
- Winter Beast (1991) by Christopher Thies (Dan) @42:10
- Episode 65: Old Dogs @31:00