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"Just in time for the gift-centered holiday of your choice, we discuss the toy store film Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium."

Official Show NotesEdit

"How can a movie centered around a lisping, fright-wigged Dustin Hoffman possibly go wrong? Anything's possible in Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium! Meanwhile, Dan busts out another one of his 101 voices, Stuart uncovers the lost, obscene Mark Knopfler album, and Elliott reveals the rampant incompetence of medical droids."

Movie SummaryEdit

PremiseEdit

StoryEdit

Magorium: I'm absent-minded! Blaaaa!
Cop: You're coming with us, Mr. Magorium. You haven't paid your taxes in 100 years.
Magorium: But — but I can't go to prison! I'm Mr. Magorium! I'll just break out! I'll kill you all!
@26:30

Final JudgmentsEdit

  • Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @36:30
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Stuart) @38:05
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @38:45

Episode HighlightsEdit

TangentsEdit

  • Elliott's mic needs "Mic-agra", and if it stays erect for more than four hours, he'll need to call a mic doctor.
  • The Palindromic Man @07:40
Stuart: She had babies, Darth Vader's babies.
Elliott: Yeah, and then she died out of a "lack of will to live." That was so, it's like, "she lost the will to live." And I got so mad because I was like: "What about the fucking kids she just had?"

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RecommendationsEdit

  • Jewel Robbery (1932) by William Dieterle (Elliot) @Time
  • Hollow Triumph (1948) by Steve Sekely (Elliot) @Time
  • Title (Year) by Director (Flopper) @Time

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