Goose packed up his Gateway 2000 laptop and microphones so we could go mobile with this one. Either Goose’s wife can’t handle high levels of mirth or there’s possibly some other explanation.
Irregardless (my hot new word for 2011), our itch to record podcasts has again flared up.
After the jump comes a lot of audio/visual references to references we made.
If you aren’t already subscribed, search iTunes for “Popcorn Trick” or click here.
UPDATE: It’s showing up in some people’s iTunes, but not others. What worked for me was right-clicking “The Popcorn Trick” in the Podcasts section and choosing “Show all available episodes”. Also, removing and re-adding the podcast should work.
A live version of the intro/outro music Goose chose:
The full list of movies that I extracted from Comcast On Demand and sent to Goose (note the solitary exclamation point by Hot Dog):
- Butch Cassidy & Sundance Kid
- Cop & 1/2
- Darjeeling Limited
- Deck the Halls
- Great Outdoors
- Hot Dog: The Movie (YES!)
- Jack (Robin Williams as a kid in an adult's body)
- Loch Ness (Danson investigates Nessie)
- Nine Lives (Paris Hilton trapped in a Scottish castle)
- Robot Holocaust
- The Rock
- Ski School
- Ski Patrol
- Street Fighter
- Three O'clock High
- Time Guardian (Dean Stockwell, Carrie Fisher)
- You Belong to Me (Lifetime movie w/ Shannon Elizabeth: Alex discovers that her young colleague Michael has an obsessive interest in her. Driven by her rejection, he attempts murder-suicide. She survives, he does not. He returns from the grave and she must fight his supernatural power)
The original storyboard for Dolly Parton’s “Straight Talk”:
Because we mentioned Paul Harvey, here’s possibly the best spoof of his unique delivery and aesthetic style:
“Be that as it may, Alex, those people have never been in my kitchen”
Here are both of the Gylne Tider videos:
And an example of what Michael Winslow could have done, if he were only given the chance:
And what may warrant its own blog post/podcast at some point soonish, the most underrated celebrity all-star charity video:
A trailer for Goose’s favorite thing of 2010:
Could not find an embeddable clip of “Louie”, but watch the poker scene and prepare to be blown away. It manages to be simultaneously funny, insightful, moving, and then funny again.
Goose’s favorite album of 2010:
Cline’s favorite album of 2010:
Saw this live and it was awesome (“I don’t know. Take it easy, bro.”):
Thanks for listening and reading! Happy New Year!