Friday, February 26, 2010

206: Your Three Favourite Acting Performances

The Paul And Spike Show: February 26th, 2010.



0:00:00 - Not only is there talk of lawyers, cheap tequila, taxes and FM morning radio, the show gets legitimised by talk of politics and Tiger Woods.

0:19:51 - Pickin' And Grinnin'; what the week's news looks like from the bottom of a jug of moonshine.

0:22:05 - This Week In Stuff; the section of the show where The Boys share their media week, in order to recommend you toward or warn you away from what they've been indulging in. Paul has been enjoying monster movie Cloverfield and he got to see MIA guest Eve Mauro's threepenny bits in high definition. From the Ebert list, The Passion Of Joan Of Arc, and through perfectly legal means, The Six Million Dollar Man. Spike's got, but not seen, the remastered Metropolis (obtained through perfectly legal means), the restoration of which leads on to a lengthy discussion about whether CGI special effects belong in The Trek, The Wars and The Who. (not *the* Who but... oh, it doesn't matter). He's been recapturing his youth by watching, no joke, "The Multi-Coloured Swap Shop" and ye olde BBC schools program "Science Topics" and was thoroughly entertained by "2012".

1:00:32 - Stiffed by their guest, and not in a good way, The Boys press on regardless and discuss their three favourite acting performances with the commentariat.


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