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We mean the movie. You know, the one that came out on 2000 and aged like a bowl of spoiled yogurt left out in the sun.
Because you obviously thought it was a shitty movie 20 years ago, and that opinion hasn't changed... right? Yeah, I'm sure that's right. Even *you* wouldn't be *that* ...
Also wrong: everyone else who thought this was a good movie.
A convoluted title for a convoluted movie. But you're probably wrong about the games, too.
No Subway combos were harmed in the making of this episode.
The conclusion to the shenanigans at Hellmouth High! The party at Beckee's house is going to be LIT... or will it?
Season's Beatings, everyone!
An idyllic town, a school chock full of supernatural secrets and a group of teenagers with lots of hormones and too much self-esteem: the perfect ingredients for a gig...
Alternate title: "You're Wrong About How Many People We Can Offend in 100 Minutes".
Are... are the authors of these lists OK?
Simon also says that these nerds would have gone bankrupt a *long* time ago if a verbal morality statute were in effect nowadays.
Because you almost certainly haven't watched it, and that's *exactly* how things should remain.
He's a fucking idiot most of the time, but even a broken clock is right twice a day.
Almost a quarter of a century later and you're STILL trying to ice-skate uphill.
The movie, not the holiday. Well, probably the holiday, too.
Looks like they ARE listening to our podcast, after all. Good.
Presented to you by the top 4 podcasters that were unsure about what the *actual* theme of the episode was!
You're also wrong about this episode being a focused conversation about "Nope".
An interesting question, no doubt. But I have one that's a lot more "out there": what if these nerds were able to stay on topic? (¬_¬)
Quite frankly, no horror villain can be scariest than living in one of these nerds' minds. They have problems, is what I'm saying.
You're reading the title wrong.
You probably are though. And you're also definitely wrong about how many people were in this episode.
A short detour from our usual subjects. Same insanity-laden conversation.
Ah, finally a thoroughly wholesome subject that nobody, not even *we*, could possibly find a way to turn into filth...
A movie that answers the age-old question, "what if the Hindenburg disaster were a feature-length film?".
You're also wrong about TV series, games and books of 2004, but let's tackle one thing at a time, shall we?
Imagine, if you will, a world in which Warner Bros. didn't *completely* suck at the job of making DC movies. I know, I know — this is the most unlikely scenario we've ...
One day we will understand why all of these turn out as racy as they do. But today is not that day.
Nice. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)