019 – Sometimes I’m A Teenager, Sometimes I’m An Intern With Griffin Newman

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Plus RICH WEDDING COUNTDOWN and Rick and Morty!

This week, Katey, Patches, Da7e and David realize Katey’s wedding is upon us and decide to talk a few Marriage Movies, starting with 1940′s The Philadelphia Story. Then, Da7e makes a quick monologue encouraging you to catch Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty (he seriously thinks it’s the best show currently airing).  FINALLY, Griffin Newman, hot off his newest appearance as “Rick the Intern” in Ivan Reitman’s Draft Day  joins us for a segment about Kevin Costner’s band, how Jennifer Garner smells and what part he might be playing in Star Wars: Episode VII. All that plus THE MOST IMPORTANT LIGHTNING ROUND QUESTION OF THE YEAR.

Take a listen, embed and/or download below; for more from all of us on Twitter: follow the show (@FITWR),  Patches (@misterpatches), Da7e (@Da7e), David (@davidehrlich or @CriterionCorner),  and Katey (@kateyrich).

Make sure to SEE DRAFT DAY or, at the very least, Follow Griffin Newman on Twitter (@GriffLightning)

We also welcome your feedback, and there are lots of new places you can find us!
Find us and like us at our Facebook page 

Call and leave us a voicemail (OR YOUR NIC CAGE IMPRESSION!)  at (914) 410-6450– if we like it, we may play it on an upcoming show.

Please subscribe on iTunes and KICK US A REVIEW if you like what you hear! It helps us with expanding to new listeners, especially in these early days of the new podcast!

FORMAT

00:00 – 01:11: Lightning Round: 90s Movies to TV!

01:11  - 01:45:   Intro: Welcome To Episode 19! 

01:45- 12:11:   Rich Wedding Countdown: The Philadelphia Story

12:12 – 18:33 – Mini-Segment: Da7e Says: “Watch Rick and Morty”

18:33 – 49:19 – Segment 3 - Special Guest Griffin Newman from Draft Day! 

49:19 – 53:14  Outro

 

This week’s music:

“Rick and Morty (remix)” by ABSRDST

“Opening” from Draft Day OST by John Debney

1000 Pieces of Light” by Jess

Griffin Newman

STORM OF SPOILERS – ‘The Lion: A Hitch With The Wardrobe’

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A PODCAST FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE ALL CAUGHT UP.

WARNING

If you’re looking for spoiler-free dissection of the highest caliber, you’re looking for A CAST OF KINGS (click there)

SPOILERS START AT 1:56

This week, Da7e and Joanna dig into that thing that happened to Joffery and how it came about. Then they discuss people who are at King’s Landing but shouldn’t be yet. Joanna assures Dave it isn’t his masculinity that’s making him dislike Shae. Also covered: Has the show dealt with Theon well?Can GOT ever do flashbacks?

Follow Joanna (@jowrotethis) and Da7e (@da7e) on Twitter!

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This week’s closing track:

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Reviews – Boys Under The Skin, Sports Over The Top, Stupid Birds, Nic Cage, Vampires!

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Covering Under The Skin, Rio 2, Joe, Draft Day and Only Lovers Left Alone

This week, Katey is out and Da7e is in, joining Review regulars Matt and David as they do everything in their power to not talk about The Raid 2 expanding. That’s right, this week’s review segment is obsessed with the multiple layers of Jonathan Glazer lyrically cryptic Under The Skin. Then, it’s a catch-all of other things you could see this weekend, with Patches and David talking NFL drama in  Draft Day, Patches and Da7e on David Gordon Green’s Joe, David on Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alone, then Patches warns all against Rio 2. All that, plus YOUR favorite unconventional horror villains!

Take a listen, embed and/or download below; for more from all of us: follow the show (@FITWR), Patches (@misterpatches), and David (@davidehrlich or @CriterionCorner), and Da7e (@Da7e)  on Twitter.

Please subscribe on iTunes and KICK US A REVIEW if you like what you hear! It helps us with expanding to new listeners, especially in these early days of the new podcast!

This week’s music:

“Drift” by Mica Levi

“Batucada Pagode” by Carlinhos Brown & John Powell
“I’ve Got You Under My Skin” by Frank Sinatra
FITWR BINGO - based on a design by Wesley Emblidge - https://twitter.com/WesleyEmblidge

FITWR BINGO – based on a design by Wesley Emblidge – https://twitter.com/WesleyEmblidge

 

018 – The Workmanlike Sweet Spot For Changing Hearts And Minds

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Plus each host’s Nic Cage impression!

This week, Katey, Patches, Da7e and David take on this exact moment in the cultural landscape in three distinct ways: First, Da7e has seen and enjoyed Captain America: The Winter Soldier but gets very confused once he starts drawing parallels to the reviled Iron Man 2. Also, Patches is convinced that Fox’s Cosmos is aggressively drawing a line against Creationism while Da7e suggests it’s time to take a stand against religion in science-based programming. Can Katey and David unlock the antlers of these sparring bucks? Also, in celebration of this week’s Joe, each podcast host choses a Nicolas Cage line and delivers it in their best Cage impression and in recognition of Oculus, a lighting round question about unique horror villains.

Take a listen, embed and/or download below; for more from all of us on Twitter: follow the show (@FITWR),  Patches (@misterpatches), Da7e (@Da7e), David (@davidehrlich or @CriterionCorner),  and Katey (@kateyrich).

We also welcome your feedback, and there are lots of new places you can find us! Find us and like us at our Facebook page or call and leave us a voicemail at (914) 410-6450– if we like it, we may play it on an upcoming show.

Please subscribe on iTunes and KICK US A REVIEW if you like what you hear! It helps us with expanding to new listeners, especially in these early days of the new podcast!

FORMAT

00:00 – 00:38: Lightning Round: Unconventional Horror Villains

00:38  - 02:25:   Intro: Welcome To Episode 18! iTunes Review

02:25- 15:11:   Da7e’s Tidbit: Captain America 2

15:11 – 19:54 – Mini-Segment: Favorite Nic Cage Lines

19:54 – 41:19 – Segment 3 - God In COSMOS 

41:19 – 44:28  Outro

 

This week’s music:

“Captain America” by moe.

“New God Flow” by Kanye West with Pusha T

“The Death Song” by Marilyn Manson

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