A Good-Bad Wiki about a Good Podcast about Bad MoviesEdit

­[O]ur references to past episodes and our in-jokes have become so thick now that at times I'm sure it's impossible to comprehend for new listeners.
Floppers ties

Dan's Knee
Pervazoid #1
Watched on a Plane


Castle Freak
Head of the Family
The Invisible Maniac


Anne Hathaway
Words That Sound...
Popeyes Fried Chicken

The Flop House (est. 2007) is a fortnightly audio podcast about movie flops.[2] On the appointed day,[3] the trio musters at the Flop House Studios,[4] watches a movie, and then records an episode — the most recent of which is Episode 261: The Hurricane Heist
This acclaimed podcast is hosted by professional comedy writers Dan McCoy and Elliott Kalan (each of whom work [or worked] at The Daily Show) along with "equally funny"[5] barkeep Stuart Wellington. Collectively, they are known to mankind as The Original Peaches.
The trio usually confine themselves to major-studio films advertised and released within the past year or so, which tends to keep things current.[6] Check out the movie titles in the episode list.
Because the guys are close friends and their corpus spans an entire decade, their podcast is rife with inside jokes and callbacks — hence the challenge facing new listeners yearning to catch up.
To that end, this Wiki presently contains 728 articles. (Although, to be fair, this impressive-sounding figure does include 240 stubs. But that still means there are 488 non-stubs, which is not too shabby.)

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  1. Colin Griffith "Dan McCoy, Elliott Kalan, and Stuart Wellington discuss their three favorite episodes of The Flop House" The A.V. Club, 8 August 2013. (accessed 8 November 2015)
  2. Defined as failures of the financial and/or artistic variety.
  3. Wednesdays, usually. Episodes are released on Saturdays.
  4. Dan's apartment.
  5. Erik Adams, D.X. Ferris, Marcus Gilmer, Steve Heisler, Steven Hyden, Genevieve Koski, Steve Moore, Steven Moore, Nathan Rabin, Tasha Robinson, Kyle Ryan, Dan Telfer, Scott Tobias, Christian Williams, Emily Withrow, and Claire Zulkey "Podmass" The A.V. Club, 10 June 2011. (accessed 3 November 2015)
  6. Besides, how many takedowns of Sharknado or Birdemic does humanity need?