- For the fictional criminal, see Seven Pounds (Batman Villain).
- "In this episode, we struggle to find three ounces of things to say about Seven Pounds."
- Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @27:15
- Bad-Bad Movie (Stuart) @27:20
- Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @28:00
Batman Villain CreatedEdit
- Seven Pounds (Batman Villain). Ironically, though Seven Pounds clearly originated here, the floppers barely mention him in the episode. He takes on a much more vivid career later.
- Well, Batman, I've stolen SEVEN POUNDS from Gotham's metro! [See, pounds are a unit of size for railroads.]
- Executor of the State (TV sitcom) @17:55
- “R-O-C-K in the U-S-A!”
- “It's similar to the opposite of the movie Body Parts...”
- “After I saw The Incredible Shrinking Man, it genuinely made me sad me to think about, like, 'Oh, you know what? If I shrank down, my cat would eat me without a second thought.'”
- “So I guess what I'm saying is: I don't know how old A.O. Scott is, but he's an old man with dementia and he should no longer be writing film reviews.”
- Tell No One (2006) by Guillaume Canet (Stuart) @30:00
- During which Stuart struggles to explain how to use Netflix. @31:00
- Monkey Business (1931) Marx Brothers film @33:40
- Real Life (1979) by Albert Brooks (Elliott) @31:40
- Nothing in the Flop House Movie Mailbag.
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