Friday, September 10, 2010

podcast #307: "That Burt Reynolds Laugh"

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This week: haa haaaaaaaaa!

0:00:00 - Quick reminder about next week's Too Grumpy Movie Club, which you have scant time to track down and let P&S know what you think. It's going to be 1980's "Flash Gordon", so if you love it or hate it or have any thoughts, get in touch toute de suite at The Usual Address, or sign in at PaulAndSpike.com with your existing Facebook or Twitter accounts and comment.  

0:06:37 - Good news turns to bad news regarding the DVD release of the cinematic classic "MegaForce", the climactic flying motorcycle scene you will have seen in the "Youtubic Addendum" post at PaulAndSpike.com. But fear not, the bad news turns back into good news as something that threatens to be a show meme rears it's line-gaffing head. Haa haaaaaaa.  

0:11:10 - Show friend AllClick recommended "Shiver" to Paul, to start his week in stuff. (Show amigo AllClick recomendado "Shiver" a Pablo, para empezar su semana en la materia.) Potential spoiler alert for "The Book Of Eli" as P&S reveal the title of said book in the review. Doors doco "When You're Strange" starts a discussion on Jim Morrison; if he hadn't died, would he be dead by now? Work that one out. The universe gets smaller (but Spike gets more frantic) with Paul's viewing of Carl Sagan's masterpiece "Cosmos". US-based non-Netflixers can watch it bullions and bullions of times for free (with limited commercial interruption) at Hulu. Finally, what's chicken soup for Paul's soul? It's reading "The Fellowship Of The Ring" out on the addition to the deck his daughter is building. Nice.

0:28:48 - Spike's been getting handy (with the help of his mum... aaw!) with two knackered iPods and, in the process, re-discovered some good music (Will To Power excluded). First up was the Crash Test Dummies' 1995 masterpiece "God Shuffled His Feet", followed by some free music by Tom Robinson. For all you non-geeks, the update on UVB-76, the Russian buzzing station, starts at 38:18 and ends at 45:55. Don't crash your car trying to skip forward, you XYN's. Also, find out why Tim Roth's performance as a skinhead makes very uncomfortable viewing of Fox's "Lie To Me". Do you want a time check on the Dr Who discussion as well? Oh, alright then. It starts at

51:31 and ends at 55:37, but it does feature a fascinating discussion on how Colin Baker, as Paul's first doctor, altered his perception of the doctors who came bef... oh, never mind. You don't care.

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Our friends over at popculture website PopBunker provide their own breakdown of the show every Friday night! In addition to providing episode updates on your favourite shows (or soon-to-be-favourite shows) , you'll find weekly updates of Too Grumpy Critics, written in their own inimitable fashion. Be sure to toddle over there this weekend and check out not only what they had to say about Too Grumpy Critics, but movies, tv shows and comic books too!

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Have you updated your email address for the show yet? Please read carefully, as our options have changed. You can now email the show at the Usual Address, which is the same, only this time at live.com.

You can also find us at The Twitter: @paulandspike - @jockopablo - @spikester - @popbunker

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The Paul And Spike Show is syndicated weekly by Radio Six International, and is available on their audio stream at 10pm UTC on Friday nights at www.radiosix.com, and on 88.2 World FM in Wellington New Zealand at 7pm local time on Saturday nights (saturday 0700 UTC, 3am EST). To add the show to your radio station or internet station, contact Radio Six International Syndication.

 

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