Plus Film Centipede 2004 Edition!
This week, Katey, Patches and Da7e welcome David back to New York with a River of Fundament a five-and-a-half hour Matthew Barney art film that Patches saw. It’s about the resurrection of Norman Mailer through a river of feces, and that’s just the beginning. Please make note of the show times below if you’re a sensitive listener. After that, our run of February trivia segments continues with the Film Centipede Game and a discussion about the first episode of BBC’s Sherlock and how TV Meta Commentary can be good and bad for the story.
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00:00 – 00:56: Lightning Round: DISASTERPIECE!
00:56 – 01:51 Intro: Welcome To Episode 11!
01:51- 14:12 Patches Tidbit : River of Fundament
14:12 – 25:52 Mini-Segment: Film Centipede ’04 Edition
25:52 – 48:03 Segment 3: TV Meta Commentary
48:03 – 52:26 Outro
This week’s “music:”
The Poop That Took A Pee – South Park, “Scrotie McBoogerBalls”
“United States of Whatever” by Liam Lynch
“Seventy Cops” by Steroid Maximus
“1000 Pieces of Light” by Jess