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1. Episode 21 - Crap Movies Saved By Great Soundtracks

Episode 21 -  Crap Movies Saved By Great Soundtracks

Destroy the movie and listen to the soundtrack instead, because some films are just pure crap and deserve to be erased. Occasionally we find an unwatchable film that lives on in our collective culture by sole virtue of a great soundtrack. It is the healing power of music alone that prevents us from gouging out our eyeballs again rather than watch one more crap movie that is touted as a classic by the unwashed masses. Classic soundtrack, yes. But burn that bad movie, kill it with fire, and enjoy the awesome music instead. 0:00 Intro 6:35 Blade Runner 2049 19:43 ComiXology 23:42 Cher 25:45 Yello - Stella 27:40 Star Wars (yet again) 29:56 Rocky 31:09 Space Jam 33:24 Cat People 33:35 American Gigolo 34:53 Koyaanisqatsi 36:08 Eric's 90210 spec script 37:32 Purple Rain 41:44 Xanadu 48:43 The Bodyguard 49:53 The Lost Boys 52:10 Valley Girl 55:22 The Crow 59:36 Saturday Night Fever 1:02:37 Singles 1:04:30 Reality Bites 1:05:28 Pump Up The Volume 1:07:42 A Life Less Ordinary 1:10:01 Cool World 1:12:43 Love and a .45 1:13:34 Empire Records 1:14:35 Caddyshack Music and Samples Scratching The Itch - Sex Cult Girl Duran Duran - A View To A Kill Kool & the Gang - Fresh / clip from Bridesmaids / Beside - Change the Beat Hans Zimmer - Blade Runner 2049 Soundtrack Stinky Wizzleteats - Happy Happy Joy Joy Cher - Gypsies Tramps and Thieves Cher - Fire and Rain Cher - He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother Cheap Trick - Dream Police / Simpsons Yello - Oh Yeah Yello - Koladi-Ola Mentos Jingle / Outkast - So Fresh and So Clean / Devo - Fresh John Williams - The Duel of the Fates John Williams - A New Hope and End Credits Bill Conti - Theme from Rocky Quad City DJs - Space Jam Seal - Fly Like an Eagle R. Kelly - I Believe I Can Fly Giorgio Moroder - Paul’s Theme (Jogging Chase) from Cat People Clip from American Gigolo Blondie - Call Me Giorgio Moroder / David Bowie - The Myth Philip Glass - Koyaanisqatsi Philip Glass - The Grid (Koyaanisqatsi) Prince & the Revolution - Purple Rain Prince & the Revolution - Let’s Go Crazy The Time - Jungle Love Prince & the Revolution - Under The Cherry Moon Electric Light Orchestra - I’m Alive Olivia Newton John and Cliff Richard - Suddenly Electric Light Orchestra - All Over The World Olivia Newton John - Magic Olivia Newton John and Electric Light Orchestra - Xanadu Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You Whitney Houston - I’m Every Woman Roger Daltrey - Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me Echo & the Bunnymen - People Are Strange Gerard McMann - Cry Little Sister Tim Cappello - I Still Believe Bonnie Hayes & the Wild Combo - Girls Like Me Plimsouls - Million Miles Away Josie Cotton - Johnny Are You Queer? Payolas - Eyes of a Stranger The Psychedelic Furs - Love My Way Sparks - Eaten by the Monster of Love Total Coelo - I Eat Cannibals (Part One) Stone Temple Pilots - Big Empty Rage Against The Machine - Darkness The Cure - Burn Pantera - The Badge Machines of Loving Grace - Golgotha Tenement Blues Machines of Loving Grace - Perfect Tan Bee Gees - Stayin’ Alive The Trammps - Disco Inferno Walter Murphy - A Fifth of Beethoven David Shire - Night on Disco Mountain Kool & the Gang - Open Sesame K.C. & the Sunshine Band - Boogie Shoes Bee Gees - You Should Be Dancin’ Paul Westerberg - Dyslexic Heart Alice In Chains - Would? Pearl Jam - State of Love and Trust Mudhoney - Overblown Ethan Hawke - I’m Nuthin’ Ethan Hawke - Add It Up Pixies - Wave of Mutilation (UK Surf) Concrete Blonde - Everybody Knows Beck - Deadweight Luscious Jackson - Love Is Here Sneaker Pimps - Velvet Divorce The Cardigans - It’s War My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult - Sex on Wheelz Electronic - Disappointed Pure - Greedy Kenny Loggins - I’m Alright (theme from Caddyshack) Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas

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2. Episode 31 - 2017: The Obligatory Year In Review Show

Episode 31 - 2017: The Obligatory Year In Review Show

2017 was a year. And now it is over. Here, then, is our obligatory Year in Review show full of all the cultural nostalgia we could muster for yet another revolution around the sun by Spaceship Earth. Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana. And so say all of us. Here’s to 2018 being another year! Introductions 2017 - is it worse than other years? 2017 in movies Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi The Fate of the Furious Logan Despicable Me 3 Cars 3 Thor: Ragnarok Ben Affleck It Spider-Man Homecoming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 The Disaster Artist Wonder Woman Beauty and the Beast Disney movies being converted to Broadway and live action Favorite movies of the year Worst movies of the year 2017 in Technology Technology flops Snapchat Spectacles Juicero Digital security breaches of 2017 Self Driving Vehicles Xbox One X Nintendo Switch Blockchain and Bitcoin Net Neutrality Best TV Shows Ozark GLOW Curb Your Enthusiasm Billions Star Trek: Discovery The Good Place Stranger Things Game of Thrones Silicon Valley Mindhunter Twin Peaks: The Return The Straight Story Julee Cruise - Floating into the night The Handmaid's Tale Podcasts The Rachel Maddow Show Pod Save America S-Town Fake The Nation Best of the Left Podcast Kotaku Splitscreen Easy Allies How Did This Get Made? Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People The Infinite Monkey Cage Late Night With Seth Meyers Embedded (NPR) Clips Scratching The Itch - Sex Cult Girl Kenny G - Auld Lang Syne The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis - Eat, Drink and be Merry...For Tomorrow, Ker-Boom! The Kids In The Hall - Captain Wonderful The Dead Milkmen - Life is Shit Julee Cruise - Falling Brian Cox - Wonders of the Universe The Smithereens - Only A Memory

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3. Episode 40 - TV Spinoffs

Episode 40 - TV Spinoffs

The TV spinoff. For every “Maude” or “Frasier” there are dozens more like “Joey” or “After M*A*S*H.” Are spinoffs just a creatively-bankrupt way to extend a familiar brand? Or, do they actually improve upon the best qualities of their original to create something unique? We may not always get the spinoff we want, but sometimes we get the spinoff we deserve. 0:00 Intros 3:12 Supertrain 6:55 Mute 8:55 Black Panther 19:43 Creed 23:40 Game Night 25:25 Blockers (trailer) 28:00 Spinoff Introductions 29:18 The first spinoff character 31:46 The Honeymooners 32:43 Swearing 33:40 How do you define a spinoff? 36:51 Sidequels, NCIS, Law & Order, etc 38:33 Shows talking about other shows (The Talking Dead) 39:17 Beloved character spinoffs 41:28 Back door pilots 48:30 Unintentional pilots 50:40 Variety shows that spawn series 51:40 Spinoffs of spinoffs 55:40 Different Strokes 58:30 Spinoffs that are better than the original show 1:01:27 Spinoffs of soap operas 1:04:25 Would you consider these to be spinoffs? 1:08:00 This podcast is itself a spinoff 1:08:50 Spinoffs we want to see made Clips Scratching The Itch - Sex Cult Girl Blur - Coffee & TV Kool & the Gang - Fresh / clip from Bridesmaids / B-Side - Change the Beat Bob Cobert - Supertrain theme Twelve Titans Music - Pilgrimage" from "Mute" Official Trailer Kendrick Lamar, SZA - All The Stars (from “Black Panther”) Ludwig Göransson - Killmonger (from “Black Panther”) Ludwig Göransson - Wakanda (from “Black Panther”) Future - Last Breath (from “Creed”) Clip from The Princess Bride Blockers Trailer John Cena - Where Is My Mind Mentos Jingle / Outkast - So Fresh and So Clean / Devo - Fresh God I Hate Shakespeare - Something Rotten (Original Broadway Cast Recording) Clip from Fibber McGee and Molly Clip from The Honeymooners Theme to Mayberry R.F.D. Theme to 704 Hauser Theme to The Golden Girls (Thank You For Being A Friend) Clip from Star Trek S2:E26, “Assignment: Earth” Clip from The Brady Bunch S5:E14 “The Kelly Kids” Theme to The Greatest American Hero Theme to The Bionic Woman Theme to Enos Gloria Loring - The Facts Of Life (theme) Jerry Goldsmith - Star Trek: The Next Generation (theme) John Sebastian - “Welcome Back” (Theme to Welcome Back Kotter) Mase - Welcome Back

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4. Episode 38 - Desert Island Discs

Episode 38 - Desert Island Discs

Suppose you were put in an arbitrary and unrealistically restrictive situation and were forced to whittle your music collection down to 10 albums. Suppose you still think of music as coming packaged as “albums”. Suppose you still consider albums to be things that come on "discs". Suppose that you had a way to play those discs on a desert island. Okay, it’s a stupid hypothetical, but this week the MagHuge crew is talking about the music we just couldn’t live without, so come along for the ride! We’ve made playlists of the songs in this episode. You can find them here. Spotify: Apple Music: 0:00 Intros 3:00 “Listener” emails 5:00 Godzilla: Monster Planet 5:52 Altered Carbon 7:40 Happy! 10:35 Travel Man 12:43 The Goldbergs: 1990 something 15:42 The Good Place 16:50 AWOLNATION Here Come The Runts 19:00 People keep talking in the theater, people who use screens with no headphones in public 22:20 Hamilton 31:12 Desert Island Disc introduction 34:20 Eric’s bottom five (sort of) 38:30 Chris’s bottom five 44:21 Brian’s bottom five 54:00 Our Number 5 albums 1:02:02 Our Number 4 albums 1:09:35 Our Number 3 albums 1:18:17 Our Number 2 albums 1:25:17 Our Number 1 albums! Clips Scratching The Itch - Sex Cult Girl Pink Floyd - Marooned Kool & the Gang - Fresh / clip from Bridesmaids / B-Side - Change the Beat Godzilla: Monster Planet Altered Carbon - Main Title Theme Stinky Wizzleteats - Happy Happy Joy Joy The Morning Blend - Tim Meadows interview AWOLNATION - Sail AWOLNATION - Miracle Man Lin Manuel Miranda & Cast - My Shot - Hamilton: Original Broadway Cast Recording Original Broadway Cast - Non Stop - Hamilton: Original Broadway Cast Recording Leslie Odom, Jr. & Cast - Wait For It - Hamilton: Original Broadway Cast Recording Mentos Jingle / Outkast - So Fresh and So Clean / Devo - Fresh Negativland - Stress in Marriage Negativland - The Playboy Channel Gnarls Barkley - Crazy Pink Floyd - Time Pixies - Wave of Mutilation (UK Surf Mix) Blondie - Hanging on the Telephone Blondie - Heart of Glass New Order - Fine Time GoGos - We Got The Beat GoGos - Skidmarks On My Heart GoGos - Head Over Heels Journey - Don’t Stop Belivin’ Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer Peter Gabriel - In Your Eyes Love and Rockets! - If There’s A Heaven Above Love and Rockets! - Haunted When The Minutes Drag Ben Folds Five - One Angry Dwarf And 200 Solemn Faces Ben Folds Five - The Ballad Of Who Could Care Less Ben Folds Five - Song For The Dumped bt - Suddenly Zero 7 - Simple Things Zero 7 - Distractions Steely Dan - Aja XTC - Grass XTC - 1000 Umbrellas XTC - Dear God Pink Floyd - What Do You Want From Me? Pink Floyd - Keep Talking Pink Floyd - High Hopes Black Sabbath - Paranoid Black Sabbath - Fairies Wear Boots The Kinks - Muswell Hillbilly The Kinks - 20th Century Man The Kinks - Complicated Life Scratching The Itch - Why Bother? Scratching The Itch - Let Me Leave This All Behind Pixies - Debaser Pixies - No. 13 Baby Pixies - Gouge Away String Quartet - Here Comes Your Man Damned - Neat Neat Neat Damned - New Rose Nine Inch Nails - Head Like A Hole Nine Inch Nails - Terrible Lie Nine Inch Nails - Get Down Make Love Dr. Demento - “Number 3” bumper David Bowie - Watch That Man David Bowie - Cracked Actor David Bowie - Aladdin Sane Miles Davis - So What Poe - Haunted Poe - Walk The Walk Poe - Amazed Dr. Demento - “Number 1” bumper Pink Floyd - Eclipse Minor Threat - Out of Step Minor Threat - Think Again Violent Femmes - Blister In The Sun Violent Femmes - Kiss Off Violent Femmes - Add It Up Michael Jackson - Dangerous Depeche Mode - Black Celebration Depeche Mode - Stripped Depeche Mode - World Full Of Nothing Depeche Mode - But Not Tonight Dead Milkmen - Instant Club Hit (You’ll Dance to Anything)

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5. Episode 46 - They Can't All Be Winners

Episode 46 - They Can't All Be Winners

There's more to comic book movies than just your Avengers and Justice League, kiddo. "The Watchmen," "Dredd," the original Christopher Reeve "Superman" - if you like action heroes, there are tons of movies from decades past that get the concept right, even if they didn't have the effects technology yet. This is the ultimate superhero booty call. This week, the MagHuge crew tackle the subject of the best comic book movies you've never heard of, with a complete lack of preparation that makes this one of our worst shows. Truly. If you're an uber-fan, you'll listen through to the end. But if you're just finding us now, please, listen to any one of our other shows. You'll be doing us both a favor. Check out a playlist of music from this episode on Spotify here: 0:00 Intros 5:15 Racism 8:09 Skankin’ Pickle 12:45 The Titan 14:05 Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle 16:50 Isle Of Dogs 19:30 Engineering disasters 23:48 Intro to this week’s topic 24:38 Dredd (2012) 26:09 Trainspotting (1996) 28:45 Captain America 31:00 Watchmen (2009) 32:28 V For Vendetta (2005) 33:30 X-Men (2000) 34:00 Iron Man (2008) 35:29 Wesley Snipes 36:20 Actors who get to be more than one superhero 37:56 Forgotten 80s superhero movies 38:45 The Rocketeer (1991) 40:24 Batman Forever (1995) 48:00 The Incredibles (2004) Clips Mervyn Warren - Steel (Theme) (original motion picture soundtrack) The Specials - Racist Friend Mike Epps pitches “That’s Racist” / “That’s Racist” kid Skankin’ Pickle - It’s Margaret Cho They Might Be Giants - Your Racist Friend Clip from Rick and Morty Skankin’ Pickle - Onyonghashayo Ice Cube - Black Korea Skankin’ Pickle - Ice Cube, Korea Wants A Word With You Skankin’ Pickle - Racist World Grant Kirkhope - Two Worlds Collide (Theme from Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle) Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit Alexandre Desplay - Shinto Shrine (Isle of Dogs original motion picture soundtrack) Clip from The Towering Inferno (1974) Bob Seger - Her Strut Clip from Trainspotting (1996) Boots Randolph - Yakety Sax Captain America (1990) trailer Captain America (1979) trailer Tyler Bates - Rescue Mission - Watchmen (Original Motion Picture Score) Condorman (1981) - opening titles Elton John - Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going To Be A Long, Long Time) U2 - Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me Seal - Kiss From A Rose Clip from Batman Forever (1995) Michael Giacchino - The Incredits (The Incredibles music from the motion picture)

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6. Episode 26 - Cover Songs

Episode 26 - Cover Songs

This week, we talk all about covers - those great songs made better or worse by someone else performing them. From punker bands that speed them up, to choral groups that slow them way down, covers are music's way of paying tribute to its favorite past musicians - or riding their coat tails. Check out this YouTube playlist of all these awesome covers and more: Who we're covering - oh! Puns! Woo hoo! Soft Cell - Tainted Love Gloria Jones - Tainted Love UB40 - Red Red Wine Neil Diamond - Red Red Wine Dionne Warwick - (There’s) Always Something There To Remind Me Naked Eyes - (There’s) Always Something There To Remind Me Bananarama - Venus Bangles - Going Down To Liverpool Katrina and the Waves - Going Down To Liverpool Devo - (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction Phyllis Diller - (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction William Shatner - Mr Tambourine Man William Shatner - Common People Fugees - Killing Me Softly With His Song Engelbert Humperdinck - Killing Me Softly Erasure - Lay All Your Love On Me ABBA - Lay All Your Love On Me Information Society - Lay All Your Love On Me Erasure - S.O.S. Men Without Hats - S.O.S. Pierce Brosnan & Meryl Streep - Sos (Mamma Mia! Original Motion Picture Sountrack) Russell Crowe - Stars (Les Miserables) Red Kross - Dancing Queen Erasure - The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Pet Shop Boys - Always On My Mind Gary Jules - Mad World Lorde - Everybody Wants To Rule The World Think Up Anger ft Malia J - Smells Like Teen Spirit Nouela - Black Hole Sun Scala & Kolacny Brothers - California Dreamin’ Scala Choir - Creep Postmodern Jukebox - Creep Postmodern Jukebox - Seven Nation Army Richard Cheese - Smack My Bitch Up Richard Cheese - Creep The BossHoss - Word Up Tom T-Bone Stankus - Purple Rain Hayseed Dixie - Dirty Deeds (Done Dirt Cheap) Powerman 5000 - Relax Blondie - Relax Nouvelle Vague - Too Drunk To Fuck Aerosmith - Come Together Steve Martin - Maxwell’s Silver Hammer Orgy - Blue Monday Joan Jett & the Blackhearts – Bad Reputation Joan Jett & the Blackhearts – I Love Rock & Roll Joan Jett & the Blackhearts – ACDC Joan Jett & the Blackhearts – MCA Joan Jett & the Blackhearts – Do You Wanna Touch Me Gary Glitter – Rock and Roll, Pt. 2 The Timelords - Doctorin’ The Tardis Age of Chance – Kiss Age of Chance – Disco Inferno Age of Chance – We Got Trouble Cake – War Pigs Orkestra Obsolete – Blue Monday Apocalyptica – One Perpetuum Jazzile – Africa Brown Derbies – In Your Eyes Brown Derbies – Karma Police Tom Waits – Brother Can You Spare A Dime The Con Men – Brother Can You Spare A Dime Ben Folds – Bitches Ain’t Shit Dynamite Hack – Boyz in the Hood The Gourds – Gin and Juice Weezer – Life’s What You Make It Hannah Montana – Life’s What You Make It Buddy Rich – Norwegian Wood Type O Negative - Summer breeze Primal Scream - Some velvet morning Duckies - Nights in white satin Dead Kennedys - Viva Las vegas Flaming lips - knives out 0:00 Intros and Eric’s connection dropping 3:00 Eric loves driving an EV 6:10 Fresh Shit 8:35 Canada’s Worst Handyman 10:30 Free Fire 12:33 Spider-Man: Homecoming 17:35 Arrival 21:27 Covers intro 24:20 Covers where artists take ownership of a song 28:32 Covers that are very different from the original 33:50 ABBA 40:37 Slow, sad versions of older pop songs 43:10 Creep 46:15 Covers made funny by changing style 52:00 Covers that add nothing to the original 54:52 Marilyn Manson 55:50 Joan Jett 58:18 Pedophiles / Gary Glitter 1:00:54 Age of Chance 1:03:10 Cake 1:03:37 Eric cuts out again 1:05:30 Unusual Instruments 1:07:08 A Cappella covers 1:09:46 Brother Can You Spare A Dime 1:11:23 Even more about owning it and/or cultural appropriation 1:17:10 Eric’s top 5 covers

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7. Episode 32 – Reboots Are Reediculous

Episode 32 – Reboots Are Reediculous

Episode 32 – Reboots Are Reediculous A reboot is just another name for a remake. But not all remakes are reboots. And some reboots are actually sequels. Unless they reimagine a previous remake. Confused? You won’t be after this episode of Magnificently Huge. Well, okay, you probably will be confused like us, because we have no idea what the hell the difference is between a reboot and a remake. All we know for certain is that reboots are ridiculous. 0:00 Intros 5:09 Ash vs Evil Dead 7:50 Travel Man 9:54 Bright 13:04 Black Mirror series 4 14:40 Train to Busan 16:00 Ellen’s Game of Games 16:19 Doctor Who - Twice Upon a Time 17:00 Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi 17:45 The Greatest Showman 21:57 The Shape of Water 24:17 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 26:35 Reboot vs Remake vs Sequel vs Modernization (featuring Batman, James Bond, and Spider-Man) 31:50 Can you reboot a single previous movie? (featuring Fantastic 4 and A Star Is Born) 33:28 Does a reboot imply future movies? (featuring Gus Van Sant’s Psycho and Ghostbusters) 34:22 What justifies a reboot? (featuring Spider-Man again, and Planet of the Apes) 36:00 Is it down to the audience? (featuring Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Batman cartoons, and Ducktales) 37:25 Are there series that are reboot proof? (featuring Harry Potter and The Wizard Of OZ, Star Wars, and The Godfather) 38:53 What if it’s just become dated? (featuring technical difficulties with our phones) 40:00 J.J. Abrams Treks to the Star Wars for the Impossible Mission of rebooting both 45:05 How many different reboots of The Punisher have there been? 47:44 Our favorite reboots (featuring Mad Max and Superman, but not necessarily the way you think) 52:50 TV show reboots (featuring Battlestar Galactica and the sasquatch, among others) 57:59 Platinum Dunes (featuring even more technical difficulties) Clips Scratching The Itch - Sex Cult Girl Approaching Nirvana - Reboot Kool & the Gang - Fresh / clip from Bridesmaids / Beside - Change the Beat Deep Purple - Space Truckin’ Camila Cabello & Grey - Crown (from Bright: the album) Black Mirror opening In The Loop (Peter Capaldi) The Greatest Show (from The Greatest Showman official soundtrack) Never Enough (from The Greatest Showman official soundtrack) Guns N’ Roses - Welcome to the Jungle Mentos Jingle / Outkast - So Fresh and So Clean / Devo - Fresh Beastie Boys - Sabotage The Beach Boys - Do It Again

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8. Episode 45 - After School Special (A.S.S.)

Episode 45 -  After School Special (A.S.S.)

Every day after school we had the greatest babysitter the world has ever known - Television. Spending time outside with “friends” was for suckers. Instead, we ate our body weight in junk food and consumed ALL the cartoons, reruns and MTV that the glorious idiot box would provide. Then our parents showed up and forced us to do rubbish like eat our vegetables and finish our homework until we became sullen teenagers and, eventually, stunted adults. And the moral of the story is that TV rots your brain, kids. This podcast is living proof. 0:00 Intros 4:55 Jessica Jones 5:18 Santa Clarita Diet 6:58 Silicon Valley 7:25 The Director and the Jedi (from Star Wars: The Last Jedi) 10:00 Get Out 12:50 Ready Player One 20:07 Henry Rollins spoken word 21:35 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 24:35 The Bad Batch 27:47 Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff 32:40 GenX After School Special intro 34:00 Latchkey kids vs modern parenting 36:20 Internet in your pocket 37:23 Go outside and do stuff 41:19 Video games and basements 44:20 After school snack routines 52:58 UHF reruns and cartoons 56:46 Chris sings the theme to Hogan’s Heroes 58:40 KCTV movie theme weeks 59:36 Cartoons 1:08:09 MTV 1:09:27 Nickelodeon 1:12:00 Showtime 1:12:30 PBS 1:12:35 Eric sings the theme to Reading Rainbow 1:13:46 Chris and Brian sing the theme to Villa Alegre 1:16:30 Uncle Ed Muscare (“Edmus Scarey”) from KC to PHX 1:20:09 After School Specials Clips Theme to Jonny Quest Kool & the Gang - Fresh / clip from Bridesmaids / B-Side - Change the Beat Sean Callery - Jessica Jones - Opening credits music Silicon Valley title sequence Michael Abels - Sikiliza Kwa Wahenga (Main Title) - Get Out (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Alan Silvestri - Ready Player One - End Credits Rachel Bloom - Heavy Boobs (from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) Black Light Smoke - Screws In My Head (from The Bad Batch) Clip from V For Vendetta Mentos Jingle / Outkast - So Fresh and So Clean / Devo - Fresh Chuck Berry - My Ding-A-Ling (Live) Powerball (Sega Genesis game) Theme to Gilligan’s Island Theme to Hogan’s Heroes Theme to Battle of the Planets Theme to the Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show Eep Opp Ork Ah-Ah (from The Jetsons) Clip from Scooby Doo Clip from That Mitchell and Webb Look I want my MTV promo Theme to You Can’t Do That On Television Alanis Morissette - Ironic Theme to Reading Rainbow Theme to Villa Alegre Theme from Zoom Theme from 3-2-1 Contact Theme from The Bloodhound Gang Clip from Edmus Scarey STOP DON’T USE THIS The week the @MagHuge crew is splitting up the format. This episode is just the part where we talk about the movies, music, TV, games and books we’ve been into for the last week. We’ll be discussing everything from Ready Player One, to Henry Rollins, to Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Sean Penn’s debut novel! ALTERNATE: Minisode 4 - The Fresh S#!% from Episode 45 The @MagHuge crew talked way too much Fresh S#!% in Episode 45, so we decided to give it a minisode all its own. This is just the part where we talk general nonsense about all the media and more we’ve enjoyed over the last week. This round we palaver about the new Ready Player One flick and a Henry Rollins live show. Plus, we saw Crazy Ex-Girlfriend on stage and heard about Sean Penn’s baffling debut novel! Follow the MagHuge podcast to get the rest of this week’s Episode 45 content, when we discuss after school time as unsupervised GenX kiddos who rotted our brains with way too much T.V.

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9. Episode 56 - Faster Food, Kill! Kill!

Episode 56 - Faster Food, Kill!  Kill!

Soylent Podcast is made of people! It’s our supersized look at fast food, America’s culinary gift to the world… Accompanied by a side of deep-fried regret full of empty calories and washed down with an ice-cold cup of sugary self-loathing. But who cares, so long as you can put more bacon on it? 0:00 Intros 7:40 School of Rock (broadway musical) 11:00 Joywave - Content 13:40 Son of Zorn 17:29 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 22:40 The Supreme Court 25:50 Westworld 27:00 The Venture Bros. 30:45 Listener Mail !?!? 33:45 Fast food vs fast casual dining 37:40 Pizza 42:11 The Big Ones 44:30 Regional fast food joints 51:08 Fish places 53:45 Chicken 55:00 Working together at Dairy Queen 59:42 What was the worst fast food job you’ve had? 1:03:35 Russian Pizza 1:05:13 Grossest fast food menu items 1:09:41 Places that try to do one thing really well 1:11:12 Barbeque 1:13:36 Special limited time menu items 1:18:50 Fictional fast food joints 1:21:34 Our favorite fast food joints Clips Scratching The Itch - Sex Cult Girl Charley Pride - Burgers and Fries Kool & the Gang - Fresh / clip from Bridesmaids / B-Side - Change the Beat The Original Broadway Cast of School Of Rock - You’re In The Band Stevie Nicks - Edge of Seventeen Big Data - Dangerous (feat. Joywave) Joywave - Content Joywave - Shutdown Son of Zorn - s1e1: Return To Orange County Michael Giacchino - This Title Makes Me Jurassic - Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Ramin Djawadi - Main Title Theme: Westworld Clip from Blue’s Clues (mail time) Mentos Jingle / Outkast - So Fresh and So Clean / Devo - Fresh Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus John Cougar Mellencamp - Jack and Diane Mel Tillis Whataburger commercial Wham! - Wake Me Up Before You Go Go (karaoke) Meat Loaf - I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That) Commercial for “The Most American Thickburger” Commercial for the “Angry Whopper” 70s Taco Bell commercial Clip from Hollywood Shuffle Clip from Tapeheads Wendy’s commercial with Dave Thomas Das Racist - Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell (Wallpaper remix)

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10. Episode 25 – Dropping Deuces: The Sequels Episode

Episode 25 – Dropping Deuces:  The Sequels Episode

Not every movie deserves a sequel, but some movies deserve the sequels they get. The MagHuge team drops trou on unnecessary sequels and discovers that very few are worth your time! Plus, hear the lads pitch their own sequel ideas for follow-ups that will never get made. Not in a million years. Sad emoji. 0:00 - Intros 5:00 - Something Rotten! 17:19 - Too Funny To Fail 22:00 - Sequel discussion intro 22:38 - “Road House 2000” 23:52 - Road House: Last Call 24:35 - Howard’s End sequel and prequel ideas 25:15 - E.T.: Nocturnal Fears 26:14 - Tara 27:30 - John Carpenter 28:40 - Ghostbusters 2 29:08 - Pitch for a sequel to Little Shop of Horrors 29:54 - A possible sequel to Honey I Shrunk the Kids 30:20 - Grease 2 32:06 - 300: Rise of an Empire 32:42 - Batman Sequels 33:22 - What would “Fabulous Baker Boys 2” be like? 34:02 - A possible sequel to Boyz In Da Hood 34:20 - Sequels made decades later 35:00 - Movies that are sequel proof 35:29 - Brian’s pitch for a Ferris Bueller sequel 36:33 - Mrs. Doubtfire 2 38:14 - Matthew Broderick’s takes on adult Ferris Bueller 39:40 - A possible sequel to Face Off 40:44 - Weekend at Bernie’s 2 and other sequels that shouldn’t be/have been made 42:03 - Oliver Stone 43:52 - Speed 2: Cruise Control 45:22 - Possible sequels to Fight Club 47:44 - Ghostbusters (2016) 48:53 - Dan Aykroyd 50:05 - The Matrix Sequels 50:37 - We need Buckaroo Banzai vs The World Crime League 51:38 - Possible sequels to Big Trouble In Little China 52:56 - Back to the Future sequels 57:20 - Roger Rabbit 2 58:23 - Christopher Nolan sequels 59:53 - A sequel to Leon: The Professional 1:01:30 - Sequels that “can’t” be made 1:02:42 - What do you consider the best sequel? 1:05:15 - There’s no shortage of sh*t sequels 1:05:44 - Eric’s Schindler’s List sequel pitch Clips ------------ Scratching The Itch - Sex Cult Girl Harry Nilsson- One is the Loneliest Number Red Hot Chili Peppers - Tell Me Baby Kool & the Gang - Fresh / clip from Bridesmaids / Beside - Change the Beat Something Rotten - God, I Hate Shakespeare Kentucky Fried Movie - Count Pointercount Book of Mormon - Spooky Mormon Hell Dream Something Rotten! - A Musical Team America: World Police - Everyone Has AIDS Michigan J. Frog - Hello My Baby A Gentleman’s Guide To Love And Murder - Poison In My Pocket Too Funny To Fail Dana Carvey Show - All The Ingredients of Mountain Dew Mentos Jingle / Outkast - So Fresh and So Clean / Devo - Fresh John Williams - E.T. Is Dying Peter Frechette - Do It For Our Country (Grease 2) The Cast of Grease 2 - Rock-A-Hula-Luau Michelle Pfeiffer - Cool Rider (Grease 2) Danny Elfman - Batman Theme The English Beat - March of the Swivelheads Yello - Oh Yeah Mrs. Doubtfire as a horror movie Matthew Broderick - Honda CRV commercial Ennio Morricone - Navajo Joe Limahl - The Neverending Story TK - Speed TK Remix Speed 2: Cruise Control Trailer Clip from Speed Pixies - Where Is My Mind? Fall Out Boy - I’m Not Afraid (Ghostbusters) Michael Boddicker - End Credits (Long Version) - The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across The 8th Dimension (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) The Coupe de Villes - Big Trouble In Little China Alan Silvestri - Main Title - Back To The Future Part II (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Rick & Morty - Mortys killing Mortys The Dirty Dozen clip Leon: The Professional clip Kenny Loggins - Danger Zone Key & Peele - Gremlins 2 Pitch sketch Styx - Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)

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11. Episode 34 - Fire and Fury and Fear and Loathing and Donald

Episode 34 - Fire and Fury and Fear and Loathing and Donald

Everyone talks about President Donald Trump, but nobody does anything about it. That is, until Michael Wolff’s book, “Fire and Fury” came along! This week we talk about “Fire and Fury,” how it may or may not blow the lid off of the most corrupt and criminal presidency in American history, and how it’s just plain hilarious. We also dig into some fresh s**t, talk about movies music and everything that red-blooded Americans consider entertainment. Except sports. Because, hey - f**k sports. 0:00 Intros 4:26 Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond 8:09 Baroque! 9:28 The Toys That Made Us 11:02 Akira 13:04 My Next Guest Needs No Introduction: Obama 14:02 Hawaiian missile attack 14:40 Black Mirror series 4 16:24 The End of the F**king World 17:48 The Hitman’s Bodyguard 19:50 The Post 27:55 The Shape of Water 31:26 Eric is watching car chases 32:17 Good Omens 33:00 Fire and Fury Clips “Weird Al” Yankovic - Tacky Parliament - We Got The Funk Kool & the Gang - Fresh / clip from Bridesmaids / Beside - Change the Beat R.E.M. Man on the Moon Geingh Yamashirogumi - Kaneda (Akira Original Soundtrack) Black Mirror opening credits Buzzcocks - Why Can’t I Touch It? Dmitri Golobko - Amsterdam Chase (The Hitman’s Bodyguard Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Meryl Streep - Golden Globes acceptance speech 2017 Reel 2 Real feat. The Mad Stuntman - I Like To Move It Alexandre Desplat - The Shape of Water (from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Clip from Take Shelter Clip from Groundhog Day Mentos Jingle / Outkast - So Fresh and So Clean / Devo - Fresh Clip from The Producers (1968) Monty Python - The Argument Clinic Clip from The Terminator (1984) Clip from The Untouchables (1987) Clips from Back The The Future Part II (1989) Randy Rainbow - Desperate Cheeto

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12. Episode 44 - Judging the Dreddful Spawn Of The 90's: ID4

Episode 44 - Judging the Dreddful Spawn Of The 90's: ID4

We get our 90s on to remember a time when superhero flicks were rare and even good CGI effects looked like frisbees on strings. Hear about all the junk culture of the decade that would lay the foundation for every big, dumb movie spectacle we get saddled with now in the 21st Century. Yes, the 90s were plain awful. And awfully necessary. Check out a playlist of the songs in this episode here: 0:00 Intros 4:20 Jessica Jones 5:27 Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets 7:17 The Breeders - All Nerve 9:20 90s female alt-rock 12:35 Fight Club 18:15 El Barco 21:15 The Spy Who Dumped Me 22:25 Cobra Kai 24:49 Thor Ragnarok Blu-Ray commentary 26:28 The King and I 31:05 Pacific Rim Uprising 35:45 Late 90’s action movie intro 37:00 Judge Dredd 48:22 Spawn 59:45 Independence Day Clips Scratching The Itch - Sex Cult Girl The Crystal Method & Filter - Can’t You Trip Like I Do Kool & the Gang - Fresh / clip from Bridesmaids / B-Side - Change the Beat Sean Callery - Jessica Jones - Opening credits music Clip from Ren & Stimpy - “Don’t Whizz On The Electric Fence” Alexandre Desplat - Bus Attack (from Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets) The Breeders - Nervous Mary The Breeders - MetaGoth Hole - Doll Parts Elastica - Connection Garbage - Push It Cher - If I Could Turn Back Time Naufragos - (El Barco soundtrack) Waylon Jennings - Good Ol’ Boys (from The Dukes of Hazzard) The Spy Who Dumped Me (Trailer) Cobra Kai (Trailer) Yul Brynner anti-smoking commercial Ted Sperling & Orchestra - Overture - The King and I (2015 Broadway Cast Recording) Jerry Goldsmith - Anna and the King (TV Suite) Lorne Balfe - Victory - Pacific Rim Uprising (Motion Picture Soundtrack) MC Frontalot - I’ll Form The Head The Cure - Dredd Song Clips from Judge Dredd (1995) Orbital & Kirk Hammett - Satan Clips from Spawn (1997) Nicholas Dodd - Fire Storm - Independence Day (Motion Picture Soundtrack) Aerosmith - I Don’t Want To Miss a Thing

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13. Episode 43 - You're Wrong

Episode 43 - You're Wrong

This week, the movies and music with hidden meanings, agendas, or that were just poorly thought out. (Like rooting for rapists - even if they are nerds.) But first, as ever, Brian, Chris, and Eric dish the Fresh S**t. It’s all the movies, TV shows, music and games of the week that were discussed but that I cannot remember because it was recorded days ago and I’m getting so, so sleepy now. I think I’ll just take a little nap… Check out a playlist of the music from this episode here: 0:00 Intros 5:00 Future Man 8:50 Tomb Raider 13:35 Jessica Jones 16:10 Run The Jewels - Oh Mama 18:40 Crackdown 20:00 Mad Dog Time 23:38 Invasion of the Bee Girls 25:15 Intro to main topic of the week 25:40 Pretty Woman 27:25 Time Bandits 29:05 Natural Born Killers 29:45 Say Anything 31:10 Revenge of the Nerds 32:40 300 34:45 The Parent Trap 39:30 Every Breath You Take 40:15 Born in the U.S.A. 41:45 Pumped Up Kicks 43:00 Mamma Mia 44:05 Good Riddance 45:25 The Smiths 48:10 You’re Beautiful 50:00 It’s My Party 51:10 Willy Wonka 52:30 Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind 55:25 Fight Club 57:05 2012 Clips Scratching The Itch - Sex Cult Girl Tim Cavanaugh - I Wanna Kiss Her Kool & the Gang - Fresh / clip from Bridesmaids / B-Side - Change the Beat Clip from Future Man S1E10: Natal Attraction Halli Cauthery - Future Man - End credits music 2WEI - Survivor (from Tomb Raider) Clip from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Michelle Pfeiffer - Cool Rider (from Grease 2) Sean Callery - Jessica Jones - Opening credits music Run the Jewels - Oh Mama Rick and Morty Season 4 Trailer The Kids in the Hall - Captain Wonderful MGM HD promo for Mad Dog Time Invasion of the Bee Girls trailer Mentos Jingle / Outkast - So Fresh and So Clean / Devo - Fresh Clip from Time Bandits Clip from Say Anything Hayley Mills - Let’s Get Together (from The Parent Trap) Theme to The Patty Duke Show 38 Special - Caught Up In You The Police - Every Breath You Take Bruce Springsteen - Born in the U.S.A. Foster The People - Pumped Up Kicks “Weird Al” Yankovic - NOW That’s What I Call Polka! ABBA - Mamma Mia Green Day - Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) Harry Nilsson - You’re Breakin’ My Heart The Smiths - Sheila Take A Bow The Smiths - Bigmouth Strikes Again James Blunt - You’re Beautiful John Mayer - Your Body is a Wonderland Lesley Gore - It’s My Party Clip from The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

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14. Episode 29 - Christmas Adjacent Movies

Episode 29 - Christmas Adjacent Movies

Should #DieHard and #LethalWeapon be considered #Christmas #movies by sole virtue of their being set at Christmastime? If you answered Yes, then give a listen and find out why you are wrong. Like, REALLY WRONG. So completely wrong it is almost laughable how wrong you are. We empty the coal from our stockings and scorch the Yule log but good this round with our War on Christmas-Adjacent Movies That Have Absolutely Nothing Whatsoever to do With Christmas.

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15. Episode 13 - The Norman Lear Cinematic Universe

Episode  13 - The Norman Lear Cinematic Universe

In the 1970's, television producer Norman Lear beat Marvel to the punch by several decades with the creation of a sitcom universe filled with individual shows whose characters formed an unstoppable team of comedy heroes to defeat an array of social issues. Archie Bunker is Iron Man. Maude is Thor. George Jefferson is The Hulk. Also: Adrienne Barbeau is Adrienne Barbeau.

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16. Episode 6 - Star Trek: He's Dead, Jim.

Episode 6 - Star Trek: He's Dead, Jim.

Geek out with a not-entirely-kind reflection on the cultural juggernaut that is Star Trek.

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17. Episode 35 - Summer Of 86

Episode 35 - Summer Of 86

Where were you in 1986? If you’re like most of our listeners, you weren’t even born yet. Goddamn Millennials. But for the rest of us who were there for it, most would all agree that 1986 was most definitely a year. This week, we’re taking a look back at another watershed moment in pop culture - 1986: When Mav first turned and burned, when Eddie Murphy was the #1 everything, and real nerds listened to They Might Be Giants. (Years before the cool kids would hijack the term “nerd” and make it their own, taking our last shred of dignity. Jerks.) So sit back and listen to three guys talk about neat stuff. From 1986. 0:00 Intros 4:19 The End of the F**king World 5:27 Heathers (reboot trailer) 6:55 Valley Girl (musical) 7:40 Schitt$ Creek 9:05 Flight of the Phoenix 10:50 Oregon people have to pump their own gas 13:28 “Weird Al” Yankovic - Mandatory Fun 17:00 S-Town 17:20 They Might Be Giants - I Like Fun 19:00 Halt and Catch Fire 19:40 The Good Place 21:40 Cobra 24:50 Short Circuit 26:38 Space Camp 27:50 Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Back to School 30:00 Legal Eagles 31:45 Labyrinth 32:30 Running Scared 34:30 Ruthless People 35:12 Psycho III vs The Great Mouse Detective vs About Last Night 35:55 Big Trouble In Little China 38:11 Under The Cherry Moon 38:42 Club Paradise 39:25 Aliens 43:50 Haunted Honeymoon 44:29 Nothing in Common 44:43 Maximum Overdrive 45:44 Pirates 47:27 Howard The Duck 48:37 Transformers: The Movie 48:51 One Crazy Summer 51:30 She’s Gotta Have It 53:12 The Fly 55:54 Stand by Me 57:42 The Manhattan Project 59:04 There were also good movies in 1986 Clips Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer Clip from Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery Kool & the Gang - Fresh / clip from Bridesmaids / Beside - Change the Beat Buzzcocks - Why Can’t I Touch It? Phantogram - Run Run Blood Schitt$ Creek - End Theme “Weird Al” Yankovic - Foil “Weird Al” Yankovic - First World Problems “Weird Al” Yankovic - Word Crimes “Weird Al” Yankovic - NOW That’s What I Call Polka! They Might Be Giants - By the Time You Get This Halt and Catch Fire - Theme Mentos Jingle / Outkast - So Fresh and So Clean / Devo - Fresh Clip from Poltergeist 2: The Other Side Kenny Loggins - Danger Zone Clip from Cobra El Debarge - Who’s Johnny Space Camp trailer Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam - Lost In Emotion Rod Stewart - Love Touch Michael McDonald - Sweet Freedom Clip from Running Scared John Carpenter - Pork Chop Express (Main Title) - Big Trouble in Little China Prince and the Revolution - Under the Cherry Moon James Horner - Bishop’s Countdown (Aliens - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Clips from Aliens Sesame Street - One Of These Things Is Not Like The Others Dom DeLuise and Gilda Radner - Ballin’ The Jack Pirates trailer Dolby's Cube featuring Cherry Bomb (lead vocals: Lea Thompson, background vocals: George Clinton, guitar: Joe Walsh) - Howard The Duck Theme Clip from One Crazy Summer The Kids in the Hall - Captain Wonderful Ben E. King - Stand By Me Eddie Murphy - Party All The Time

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18. Episode 57 - Fun With Cell Phones

Episode 57 - Fun With Cell Phones

This round we’re talking all about cell phone technology - Apple iPhones, Google Androids, plus a little bit of BlackBerry (mostly because Eric’s a luddite who still thinks those are awesome and we try to set him straight). If you had said 20 years ago that we would all eventually carry a device in our pockets that let governments and corporations track everything we say, every place we go, and pay several hundreds of dollars for the privilege, no one would believe you. But thanks to streaming movies, Wikipedia knowledge, and oodles of pornography, that’s where we are!

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19. Episode 36 - Logman Vol. 3: Caddyshack

Episode 36 - Logman Vol. 3: Caddyshack

Gophers, golfers and the uneven comedy juggernaut known as “Caddyshack”! It’s Volume 3 of our ongoing series about the movie soundtracks of Mr. Kenny Loggins. We take a mulligan and decide to be the ball as we work through our very complicated feelings for this shambolic mess of undeniable classic comedy gold. Gunga galunga, America! I’m alright… 0:00 Intros 4:30 Book of Mormon 11:45 Black Mirror - Metalhead 12:02 Super Mario Odyssey 12:33 John Debney 13:45 Santa Clarita Diet 16:34 The Clapper 21:03 A Futile And Stupid Gesture 23:16 National Lampoon Radio Hour 25:49 Kenny Loggins 30:48 Pink Floyd does the Caddyshack soundtrack 35:42 Is Caddyshack funny if you’re not high? 37:00 Origins of Caddyshack 40:00 Dangerfield is Trump 41:55 What is Caddyshack even about? 48:00 Bill Murray and Chevy Chase share the screen 51:20 Cindy Morgan’s character makes no sense 52:11 Harold Ramis claims Caddyshack is structured as a Marx Brothers movie 58:10 Funny for 1980? 1:07:30 re-cast the remake 1:15:00 bring it back to Mr. Loggins Clips Kenny Loggins - I’m Alright Kenny Loggins - Make The Move Spooky Mormon Hell Dream - Book of Mormon (Original Broadway Cast Recording) Hasa Diga Eebowai - Book of Mormon (Original Broadway Cast Recording) Hello! - Book of Mormon (Original Broadway Cast Recording) Jump Up Super Star! - Super Mario Odyssey Santa Clarita Diet S1:E3 “The Farting Sex Tourist” The Travelling Wilburys - Handle With Care Michael O’Donoghue - Ed Sullivan Roast Kenny Loggins - I’m Alright Kenny Loggins - Nobody’s Fool (Theme from Caddyshack 2) Kenny Loggins - Art of the Deal Magnificently Huge Podcast Episode 1: Star Wars Day Pink Floyd - In The Flesh? Kenny Loggins - Playing With The Boys Bryan Adams - (Everything I Do) I Do It For You Celine Dion - My Heart Will Go On Pink Floyd - Heart Beat, Pig Meat Various scenes from Caddyshack Monty Python - Every Sperm Is Sacred (Monty Python’s The Meaning Of Life)

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