Thursday, May 1, 2014

Episode #42 - "J.Law Pudding" - Show Notes

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Alternate Title: "Female Problems"
  • Special Co-Hosts: Otto the Autopilot.
  • Tonight's Beverage: Same stuff we've been drinking, but aren't going to advertise for free.
  • We set up a future revisiting of Heathers and discuss Winona Ryder's career.
  • We backtrack to items that got left out of last week's discussion of Hollyweird double-standards: Mel Gibson's exclusion from Hangover Part II and the accusations against X-Men director Bryan Singer.
  • Lauren Cohan in The Vampire Diaries as a dying vampire:
  • What the "gentrification" reference was about:
  • Bret Easton Ellis is gay and here's an essay in which he lays into the Gay Establishment for their strict orthodoxies.
  • Pharrell says that Cee-Lo almost had "Happy" for his own hit and a fan of the song killed herself while sharing her love for it.
  • The Soundcloud page for neilcic, who did this killer mashup:
  • The Elisha Cuthbert photo:
  • Otto's lengthy report on the Motor City Nightmares convention and the celebs he met.
  • Dirk's epic DVD review of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.
  • Good Guy Rob Ford:

  • A rundown of people at the upcoming Motor City Comic-Con.
  • Dirk's brief recap of the Detroit Music Awards and insights on the veracity of things.
  • The difference between how music artists were signed and developed in the past vs. now and how only Britain seems to still spot and promote talent quickly.

  • Discussion of the first cast announcements for Star Wars: Episode VII and the knee-jerk complaints about the lack of diversity.
  • A promo piece for Attack the Block with John Boyega:
  • Legendary video store Thomas Video is closing, a victim of progress.
  • Odds & Ends: J.Law tops FHM's Sexiest 100 list; Emma Stone lipsync master (see below); someone stole the head off a giant Jimmy Howard bobblehead from downtown Detroit.

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