Friday, July 30, 2010
Take a long walk down memory lane with Nick and I as we celebrate The O.U.P.'s 50th EPISODE EXTRAVAGANZA! Included in these proceedings: a look back at all the 49 previous episodes, a discussion of the (to date) two lost episodes, and an exploration of the history of profanity. Plus, a special (really quiet, despite all my best editorial efforts) opening musical performance by two music legends! (I warn you. Don't turn up your volume. Just roll with it. You'll thank me later.)
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Thursday, July 22, 2010
Words cannot sufficiently express my joy, as I finally get to introduce Nick (and you, the lucky listener) to, bar-none, the best cultural satire of the last decade...2001's "Josie and the Pussycats"! ...Avert your disbelieving gaze, fair listener, for here you'll find hilarious consumerism, fabulous cameos, and an original soundtrack that is second-to-none; all in quite possibly "The Best Movie of All-Time!" (part of "No Squeakuel Summer"). (Seriously, folks. SEE IT. It will improve your cinematic life eleventy billion-fold.)
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Friday, July 16, 2010
Legend tells of this episode in which Nick and I embark on a conversational journey to analyze our dreams, wax fearful and wondrous about the ocean, concoct the next big western, and profess our love for "True Blood". Plus, a treatise in defense of Ewoks and more classic O.U.P. self-doubt!
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Friday, July 9, 2010
Deep in the heart of The Town, the "No Squeakuel Summer" swings on as Nick and I take on 1997's "George of the Jungle"! Marvel as we spend fifteen minutes on the cast list, divert into a forum on coffee, possibly discover a new recurring segment, and pinpoint why one of us really didn't care for this movie. (I'll give you a hint. His name isn't Jeff.) Watch out for that..."Best Movie of All-Time"!
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Sunday, July 4, 2010
The holiday tradition continues as Nick brings "Cinemantics" with him to join me for a discussion of Roland Emmerich's 1996 masterpiece (yeah, I said it) "Independence Day"! Celebrate America with beautiful destruction, a pastiche of world cultures, incredible music and, of course, ROBERT LOGGIA! Plus, one of the dumbest alternate endings in cinema history!
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Friday, July 2, 2010
Nick's tutelage on the merits of crap begins here, as a viewing of the first season of "Mr. Belvedere" leads to an analysis of his 1980s pop culture prowess (or lack thereof), which somehow leads to a discussion of Adam Sandler's place in the future of comedy. We just might live the good life yet...and you will, too!
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