- "In this episode of The Flop House we review The Number 23 — the scariest of all the base 10 integers.
- "And now, the special Halloween remix of The Flop House theme."
Special Halloween Remix of the Flophouse ThemeEdit
This theme, the precursor to Shocktober's public-domain scary-sounds remix, has the following lyrics:
When I was working in my laboratory, Two skeletons came in And a mummy was also dancing And uhhh... vampires came in And the vampires had a friend It was the creature from the Black Lagoon And there were other Frankensteins there One of them was a serial killer. (That enough? I guess.)
Jim Carrey, an animal control officer, goes crazy with 23? It's the most ridiculous plot ever, basically.
In The FlophouseEdit
"What I don't understand is why they had to put 'the number' in the title. Is it copyrighted? Or is it a prequel movie for the popular series 24?" - Stuart
Simon thinks Square One was a bullshit show.
Remember in the old days when movies had antagonists?
Dan discusses films with "two levels" and why they never work.
Detective Fingerling has named himself after the sexual act that he most enjoys.
Dan would shoot Jim Carrey in the most erotic way possible.
The best line in the movie: "Kill me right now in front of all of these beautiful twenty-threes." When that line was written, someone sat back from their typewriter, took a sip of their martini, said, "That's money in the bank. That's solid movie gold." Then he called his broker and told him to risk it all on 23.
Simon goes crazy about twist endings again and again. "They persist..."
Favorite names in the movie:Edit
Dan: Topsy Kritz
Stuart: Dr. Sirius Leary, Ph.D.
Simon: Robin "Bird Eagle" Sparrow
Movie names are great, here are some more: Laura Tollins, Chet Granite, Dr. Inferno Fireburns, Walter Sparrow, Jonathan Chad, Nicholas Steelewolf, Meanman Cruelsome, Badguy Guyyouwannahate, Jerk Monsterly, Mitch Couchwall, Table Podcast, Beercan Cowboyboots, Tolliver St. Claire
Special Categories: A total frightmare? Scarifyingly funny? Snorifying?
Simon: "The second one." Stupid but watchable.
Stuart: On the one hand it was really stupid. Totally snorifying, dude.
Dan: Scarifyingly funny. Joel Schumacher, not a good director, but competent.
- Brain Damage (1988) by Frank Henenlotter (Dan)
- In the Mouth of Madness (1994) by John Carpenter (Simon)
- Night of the Demons (1988) by Kevin Tenney (Stuart)
- Episode 211: Godzilla @54:20