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It's The season premiere! Scott Welcomes back Maggie & Ashleigh from Rock Candy back to talk about more music videos! They're talking about everything from Alice Cooper's Restaurant to Paul Abdul's strange relationship with MC Skat Katt. Also Scott pitches a romcom that should have been made. Check it out! You can follow along with us by watching t…
 
Scott welcomes back Rock Candy's Maggie & Ashleigh to talk about the 90s rock comedy "Airheads." They talk about how they were supposed to record this episode in April, but it wasn't streaming anywhere. There's a huge discussion about Brendan Fraser bum, and more Joe Mantegna impression than you can shake a stick at. Check it out!Check out Rock Can…
 
Stars & Gripes continues with Scott welcoming first time guest Jenna Sokalski to talk about "Pleasantville." They dive deep into the age old hunk debate of William H. Macy vs. Jeff Daniels. They also try to figure out why Tobey Maguire would be so foolish to leave Pleasantville when he is a God, and there's more Dashboard Confessional talk than exp…
 
Scott kicks off talking about Reese Witherspoon for Stars and Gripes with Hayleigh! They're talking about the 2001 comedy "Legally Blonde." Hayleigh talks about how the movie mirrors her life, they go into a million Jennifer Coolidge impressions, and there's a ton of talk about the awful hair trends boys did in the 90s. Let's just say they're talki…
 
Scott ends his birthday month right with return guest Christopher Brown. They're talking about Scott's second favorite movie of all time "The Thin Man." Christopher never has seen it and loves. They talk about knowing real life Gilberts, Scott auditioning for movies as a child, and the podcast full stops when Scott finds a tick on himself. Check it…
 
Scott welcomes back his Father Jon Kurland (the reason for the Blockbuster rule)to talk about, "To Kill A Mockingbird." They dive into the awkward reveal of Boo Radley, the career and look of child actor John Menga, and they wonder if there are animal method actors. Also Jon has a connection to one of the actors in the film via dentistry. Check it …
 
Scott's Birthday Month Kicks off with him and Hayleigh talking about the 1999 cult classis "Mystery Men." Scott goes into how this was the first DVD he ever bought, they discuss the problematic nature of the Blue Raja, and there's plenty of Tom Waits talk! Check it out!Thank you to DJ QUADS FOR THE TRACK USE OF LIVING IN STEREO.Listen to Scott's ne…
 
It's a little late, but we end AniMAYtion with the worst film we've done on this podcast. Scott and Hayleigh are talking the 90s nightmare that is Don Bluth's "Rock-A-Doodle." Scott would have preferred an Eddie Vedder style music lead, and Hayleigh tries tying this movie's lore with the Salem witch trials. Scott thinks there's a Jacob's Ladder sty…
 
Scott continues AniMAYtion month with Jordan Morris (Jordan, Jesse, Go Podcast & the new Graphic Novel Bubble.) They're discussing the 1980s Saturday Morning cartoon Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends. Scott gets fixated on the Hulk handing a sweaty dollar bill to a bus driver, while Jordan points out the similarities of this doomed movie and "Spider…
 
Scott kicks off AniMAYytion Month with a doozy. Scott's talking about the 2017 Anime movie "Your Name" with Malorie Savran. They dive deep into the beautiful animation. Scott loves the story and admits this is one of a few films that makes him cry. Malorie says what she would do first if she swapped bodies with the opposite gender. They also think …
 
Scott welcomes back Christopher Brown to talk about the 1992 classic heist film "Sneakers." They go deep into this star studded cast, the locations of San Francisco including the food of Sneakers. Christopher can't stand eating the loose noodles from a Chinese food container , and Scott wants to see some of that San Francisco Bay style Sourdough. T…
 
Scott Welcomes first time guest Danielle Brown to the podcast to discuss Boy Meets World. They're talking Cult Fiction BABY! They go over the tragic TV life that is Shawn Hunter, the raw power of Alan Matthews, and Scott pitches a Dick Wolf style TV show starring Mr. Feeney.Thank you to DJ QUADS FOR THE TRACK USE OF LIVING IN STEREO.Listen to Danie…
 
Scott welcomes back Malorie Savran to talk about the most confusing toxic relationship, "Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind." The more they discuss Joel and Clementine's relationship the sweeter than find it, while acknowledging it's super toxic....we told you...confusing. They also both debate who is worse Elijah Wood's Patrick "Babyboy" or Tom…
 
Scott is joined by Tony from Flicks XRayed podcast to talk about Batman the animated series from the 90s. Specifically they're discussing "Mad Love." They dive into how shocking it was as children to see such a dark topic on a kids cartoon show. They also have trouble thinking of healthy relationships on TV, and they talk about the term "the birds …
 
Scott welcomes back Christopher Brown to help transition from "What is love month" to "Baby don't hurt me." They're talking about the confusing relationships in Shaun of the Dead. Scott goes on about not liking the Character of Daffs, and Christopher speculates that Scott likes watching parental figures die in films. They also speculate what a figh…
 
For the last "What Is Love?" Scott welcomes back David Allen Prescott to talk about the 2014 Canadian RomCom "What If..." or "The F Word" as it's known in Canada. They Talk about how this film doesn't go into the classic norms of the RomCom formula. They also go into the charm of the leads, and how great it is that this film was made before Adam Dr…
 
It's like New York is a character in the movie because Scott & Hayleigh are talking about the 1998 Rom-Com "You've Got Mail." They dive deep into this movie and the fact that our leading man is technical the film's villain. They also discuss how this is a accurate remake , and they talk the most amicable break up in film history. If you want to sup…
 
Scott and Malorie are talking about the unconventional love story from "Black Mirror's San Junipero." They talk about how this is Saved By The Bell fanfiction, the true age difference between Yorkie and Kelley, and most importantly what happens to this community in a power outage. Spoiler for the episode and spoilers for "Palm Springs." Check it ou…
 
Scott welcomes back Maggie & Ashleigh from Rock Candy to go over more Music Videos. They're tackling sixteen music videos ranging from George Harrison in a giant mansion to Tom Waits busking in the night. Scott even creates his on 90s style Disney movie. Check it out!Watch the videos with us right here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBPgTb…
 
Scott welcomes back Lilz Martin to end Snubs and Shrugs with the 1996 Dramedy "Big Night." They're talking about the Tuc! Stanley Tucci that is, and how he wrote this role for himself. They also dive deep into the masterful performances from Ian Holm (and make Hobbit jokes), Minnie Driver, and Tony Shaloub. Plus, they bring back and old bit they ha…
 
(Please note that due to the situation that occurred in Washington last week, the "VICE" episode will not be released until possibly the end of the month, if at all. )This week Scott welcomes back Christopher Brown back to look at the highly underrated Sci-Fi masterpiece, "Dark City." Scott and Chris talk about the amazing performance from Sutherla…
 
Scott & Dwight are talking about both "Home Alone" and "Home Alone 2: Lost In New York." They dive deep into how iconic these films are. Scott releases his disdain for the entire McCallister Family not counting Kevin and Peter. Both Dwight and Scott gush about the chemistry of Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern, and Scott gives his film theory about Peter …
 
Scott and Hayleigh are talking about a huge shrug of an award nominee for the 150th episode. They're going after Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street." Scott is convince this movie an episode of "Saved by the Bell" on drugs. Hayleigh is convinced this movie is terrible. They also talk about Jonah Hill's teeth. Check it out!Thank you to DJ QUA…
 
Scott welcomes back David to kick off snubs and shrugs award season to talk about the highly underrated "Addams Family Values." They talk about how shameful it is that comedies are overlooked. They dive deep in to the incredible performances from Anjelica Huston, Joan Cusack, and Christina Ricci. Check it out.Also check out David's online bakery Wi…
 
Scott welcomes Ashley back for 90s November to talk about the Disney tv show "Gargoyles." They dive deep into the show chronicling everything from possible fan fiction, the use of Star Trek stars, and the laziness of naming themselves after New York landmarks.Support all of Ashley's work:SCOWL:https://www.scowlfight.com/https://www.indiegogo.com/pr…
 
Scott welcomes back David Allen Prescott for a special election day movie of "The American President." They go deep into the casting history of this film, including the shocking realization that 90s action star was almost cast. David and Scott were also surprised that Michael Douglas played a good hearted guy, they talk Sorkin's writing, and they g…
 
Scott and Dwight are talking Aboot the Canadian/FOX Kids produced series GOOSEBUMPS, specifically "Say Cheese and Die." They talk about watching the trainwreck that is this series. They examine the career of Ryan Gosling, the terrible driving of the dad, and how the villain is totally Brent Spiner from "Independence Day." Also Dwight apparently lov…
 
Scott participates in the annual #AllTheHorror once again. This time he's sharing the mic with Tony & Ryan from Flicks Xrayed to talk about the 1990 horror thriller "Flatliners." They dive deep into the monster that is Billy Baldwin, the lack of horror in a so-called horror movie, and the true fear of watching this in 2020 and someone spitting in y…
 
Scott & Dwight kick off SHOCKtober with a bang. They're discussing the FX comedy "What We Do In The Shadows" specifically 'the trial' episode from season one. They dive deep into the guest stars playing meta versions of themselves as vampire. Scott gushes over his love of Matt Berry, and Dwight explains how half marathons are working in 2020. They …
 
On a special Writer's Bagel Basket Scott welcomes first time guest Rob Kutner (Writer for the Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Conan, and creator of the new TUBI tv show "Gander") on to talk VH1's behind the music. For these two it seemed like there was no where to go but up......then came rock band "Journey." Scott & Rob go deep into subtext of the ep…
 
Scott ends "Not Your Average Saturday Morning" with Christopher Brown talking about the 1985 Joe Dante film, "Explorers." They dive deep into how this film was released unfinished, the falling star that was the third lead of this film, and more Werner Herzog impressions! Check it out.Thank you to DJ QUADS FOR THE TRACK USE OF LIVING IN STEREO.Liste…
 
Scottpocket and Lilypad are talking about the early 2000s MTV series CLONE HIGH. They talk about the shows before its time genius, Lord & Miller becoming mega stars, and how dark the animated death scene in this show was. Not to mention the return of DAVID LYNCH! Check it out!Thank you to DJ QUADS FOR THE TRACK USE OF LIVING IN STEREO.Listen to Lil…
 
Scott welcomes back Ally to the Podcast to talk about the infamous "Challenger" episode of "Punky Brewster." They discuss everything from poor 10 year old career choices, a Punky/"King of The Hill crossover, and why the hell these students are calling their teacher by his first name. Also we talk about how dark Punky episodes were. Check it out!Tha…
 
SEASON PREMIERE!! It's Bagel Basket Classic with Dwight joining Scott to talk about one of Scott's Favorite movies of all time, "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure." The boys talk about the lighthearted joy of the film, the insanity of Missy marrying Bill's Dad, and this movie makes Scott cry! Check it out!Thank you to DJ QUADS FOR THE TRACK USE OF L…
 
The Season Finale is here!!! Scott is once again doing another music video Extravaganza this time with Rock Candy's Maggie and Ashleigh to talk everything from Stevie Nicks, the frustration that is the King of Wishful Thinking music video and we talk about the NANNY....again. You can follow along with the music videos right here.: https://www.youtu…
 
Scott and DWIGHT are back together talking about the 2019 Nicolas Cage film "Color Out of Space" to end the month! They dive deep into the dense writing style of H.P. Lovecraft, the troubled past of Richard, Stanley, and they make some Stevie Nicks references....plus NICOLAS CAGE TALK!! Check it out!Thank you to DJ QUADS FOR THE TRACK USE OF LIVING…
 
Scott and Hayleigh talk about the 1998 Romance film "City of Angels." Scott can't believe how charming and endearing Cage is in this film, Hayleigh hates that the soundtrack is so on the nose, and of course they discuss the unrealistic death scenes in the film. Check it out.Listen to Scott's Mini-series podcast: www.spreaker.com/show/where-in-th…s-…
 
After two years of planning, and plans falling through Make It Stop is finally on the podcast talking about CONAIR!!! They dive deep Mike touches on how ridiculous the Jerry Bruckheimer justice system is. Heather is shocked at how woke a movie from 1997 is, and Scott is baffled why Leeanne Rimes' How Do I Live is the movies theme song. Check it out…
 
Scott welcomes first time guest, Comedian Ryan Beck to the Podcast to talk about the 1997 Action film "Face/Off." They dive into the deep questions of this film, like why no one automatically knew they swapped faces. Ryan pitches a period piece Face/Off set in Victorian times, and most importantly they talk about Nicolas Cage! Check it out.Follow R…
 
Stars & Gripes month kicks off with a bang! Scott welcomes long time friend and first time guest Janelle Draper to the podcast to talk about "Moonstruck." Our first Nicolas Cage films reveals a lot including Scott not being a big fan of the film, Janelle being able to quote the movie backwards and forwards, and Scott wanting to see "Moonstruck" fro…
 
Start ugly crying, for our belated Father's Day episode Scott welcomes back his Dad to talk about one of Scott's favorite RomComs, "About Time." They discuss what a delight Bill Nighy is, Is the film like "Groundhog Day" (it's not but Dad thinks so.)Most importantly you can hear Scott start to cry like a little baby, Check it out!Thank you to DJ QU…
 
Scott kicks off his birthday month with his favorite movie of all time, "The Sting." Christopher Brown & Lilz Martin join him to talk about the Oscar winning Conman movie, but they get side tracked ALOT. Talking about everything from "Growing Pains," Stephen King, and eventually they get around to "The Sting." Check it out!Thank you to DJ QUADS FOR…
 
AniMAYtion Ends with the horrible and unrelenting nightmare that was Ted Turner's collaboration with Warner Brothers..."Cats Don't Dance." This was a nightmare of a lucid dream, and Scott plus his wife Hayleigh go in deep. They talk about the original idea of the film, which was a live action animated hybrid starring Michael Jackson. They also talk…
 
Scott welcomes Pat back for his first solo episode. They're talking about the 1988 Disney classic(?) "Oliver & Company." Scott is enraged by the choice to have Huey Lewis sing the opening song. Pat is tickled to learn that Robert Loggia did 90s Orange Juice Commercials. But most importantly they don't give two damns about the movie. Check it out!Ch…
 
Scott and Christopher Brown talk about the 1980's Ewoks series. They dive deep into the poor choices of George Lucas. What if their was 1920s style prohibition on Endor. But most importantly this is a show Scott had never seen!! Check it out!!!Thank you to DJ QUADS FOR THE TRACK USE OF LIVING IN STEREO.Listen to Chris' podcast right here on the zer…
 
Scott kicks off AniMAYtion with welcoming Lilz and Patrick from Jukebox Zeroes back to talk about "Animalympics." They discuss everything from animators who add too much detail, to one voice actor trying to dominate the entire TV special, oh and Scott gives everyone nicknames. Check it out!Check out the Jukebox Zeroes podcast right here: https://ww…
 
Scott & Hayleigh talk about the 90s Comedy "The Birdcage." They dive deep into this remake of a French classic, while tackling the complex questions of this film including why the hell did it not get more awards!!!! Also Scott talks about seeing this as a ten year old boy and understanding EVERYTHING!!! Check it out!Listen to Scott's Mini-series po…
 
Scott welcomes the crew from Clamshell Case Files (Matt, Quintin, and Bridget) to the show to talk about the "David Zucker Game" that is "BASEketball." They go into the elaborateness of the "Pysch-outs," Robert Vaughn being in local Massachusetts law commercials, and Scott talks about being friends with a Book of Mormon star.Check out Clamshell Cas…
 
(Please Note: This Episode was recorded before the stay at home order was in place back at the beginning of March.)Scott and Hayleigh welcome David Allen Prescott to talk about the 1980s cocaine fueled nightmare television series that was, "Shelley Duvall's Faerie Tale Theatre." They're talking about The Three Little Pigs, but get sidetracked with …
 
Scott welcomes back Christopher Brown to do the film Christopher has been begging for...sigh..."Nothing But Trouble." They go deep into this flop including the conspiracy theory from Dan Aykroyd that movie flopped in favor of the date movie...."Silence of the Lambs...." They also talk about Kelly Kapowski in the digital underground and a lot more. …
 
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