Thursday, April 4, 2013

Episode #1 - "Well, It Was A Good Night. Nobody Died." - Show Notes



Alternate Episode Title: "Say Anyway. Better Yet, Don't."

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Our maiden voyage did better than the Titanic's, but that's a rather low bar to clear, now isn't it?

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The death of legendary film critic Roger Ebert set the tone for the discussion as we touched upon his influence, his varied life beyond criticism and the movies he really hated including The Brown Bunny which set off a wild digression about porn.

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The April Fools Day video run by YouTube that claimed they'd be shutting down for 10 years to judge and select a winning video leads to the highlight reel moment of the show at the 29:00 mark and the ensuing two minutes.

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The odd lack of Southern actors and the overwhelming amount of foreigners playing Southerners on shows like True Blood and The Walking Dead came up which lead to this picture illustrating why McHatin thought proved Anna Paquin was really skinny:


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Movies discussed: Red Dawn (2012), Killer Joe, John Dies at the End.

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Music played:





So anyway...

Finally, Detroit chanteuse Audra Kubat dropped by to talk about her upcoming album she's recording, sing a couple of new songs, and plays the Deep Thoughts Musicians Quiz game.

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