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."

Official Show NotesEdit

"When America said, "Surely they can't make a dull movie starring Will Smith," Hollywood responded, "Oh yeah?" and gave us Seven Pounds of proof. Meanwhile Dan exhibits his terrible taste in painters, Stuart explains how this movie would improve with the addition of Jeff Fahey, and Elliott reveals his sadistic side."

Movie SummaryEdit




Better ThanEdit

Worse ThanEdit

Final JudgmentsEdit

  • Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @27:15
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Stuart) @27:20
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @28:00

Mentioned InEdit

Episode HighlightsEdit

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.]

Movie PitchesEdit

  • Executor of the State (TV sitcom) @17:55


  • ­R-O-C-K in the U-S-A!
         —Elliott @03:35
  • ­It's similar to the opposite of the movie Body Parts...
         —Stuart @06:30
  • ­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.'
         —Dan @09:30
  • ­I actually, I'm legally not allowed to do my racist Mexican accent anymore.
         —Stuart @20:51
  • ­So the cops go up to him and they're like, 'Hey buddy, what the fuck? This dude killed himself with a jellyfish.' And the guy's like, 'OH MY GOD REGRETS.'
         —Stuart @20:58

Celebrity Smack TalkEdit

­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.
     —Elliott @25:45


  • 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

Listener MailEdit

Nothing in the Flop House Movie Mailbag.