- After I inquire about the health of McCoy's cat Lulu (somewhat of a Flop House regular), he told me she just passed away and will include an update on the next episode.
- "Yeah, let's bum everyone out right at the top," Kalan said improvising McCoy's imagined opening for their final Halloween-themed episode of the month. "Nothing is scarier than death. I put my cat down. Shocktober, everybody!"
- To rub extra comedic salt in the wounds, Kalan added, "It was her time... because you chose to do it at that time."
- Instead of being saddened or uncomfortable (as, I must admit, I was), McCoy began laughing and cracking jokes, too. "Come on, she died in our arms... tonight."
- "Must have been something you said," finished Kalan.
- Lulu falls asleep. (Movie Minute Number 25: Remake Reuse Recycle @00:20)
- Lulu meows a lot. (Episode 7: Mr. Brooks)
- Lulu bats around the computer cables, and is ultimately taken out of the room. (Episode 9: Next @02:30, 06:15)
- Dan explains what he did to earn Lulu's affection. (Episode 20: 10,000 BC @06:00)
- Lulu attempts to knock over a lamp. (Episode 26: 88 Minutes @35:00)
- “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, Episode 37: Seven Pounds @09:30
- Lulu jumps into a cardboard box and furiously scratches at it. (Episode 71: The Last Airbender @36:50)
- Episode 78: Gooby @07:30
Dan: Hey! Hey cat! [...] That's a little podcast bonus for you: me yelling at my cat. Everyone will enjoy that. Andy: I don't — do you normally — I don't think I've ever heard you yell at your cat. Dan: Normally she doesn't claw at the furniture in the middle of a podcast. Stuart: She, you know, has a sense of decorum normally. Not today.
- Episode 84: Sucker Punch @32:55
- Episode 166: Pompeii @47:00
- ↑ Emily Shire "Meet the Buddies Behind 'Flop House,' the Internet's Funniest Film Critics" The Daily Beast, 28 October 2015. http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/10/28/meet-the-buddies-behind-flop-house-the-internet-s-funniest-film-critics.html (accessed 3 November 2015)