47 – “The Big Wave and The Sadness”

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Featuring Katey Rich and Elizabeth Taylor’s Corpse In Space

This week, Joanna Robinson takes the reigns to bring her residency to a climactic happy ending, much like romantic comedies. That’s right, Manhattan Love Story and A to Z failed at bringing serialized rom-com to the TV screen so it’s time to examine this genre: can it be drawn out and still be satisfying? Did the genre grind to a halt after the execution of Love Actually? IMPORTANT THINGS! Also discussed: The theater critic in Birdman has us thinking about professions portrayed on film and John Wick has each host picking a favorite dumbly plotted movie.

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00:00 – Lightning Round: Oscar Winners In Space!

01:47 –   Intro: Welcome To Episode 47! REVIEW! 

4:11 – Joanna’s Tidbit: Professions on Screen

18:3 – Mini-Segment: Awesomely dumb plots

26:40 – Segment 3 – State Of the Rom Com 2014

51:30:  Outro


This week’s music:

“The Simple Plot of Final Fantasy 7” by Starbomb

“Blank Space ” by Taylor Swift

A to Z - Season Pilot

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