- "In this episode of The Flop House, we do our best to stay conscious while watching Awake."
Official Show NotesEdit
- "Jessica Alba and Hayden Christensen apply all of their Flop House star power to Awake, a strangely sedate thriller about a man who spends much of the movie paralyzed. Then dead. But don't worry about it; it has a happy ending. Meanwhile, Elliott takes our very first caller, Dan admires the bravery of Sean Conner's Medicine Man, and Stu introduces the review sensation that's sweeping the nation.
Featured In This EpisodeEdit
- The extra microphones make Dan open up about his sad life working at an Admissions office. But luckily it gives him plenty of time to listen to himself on an MP3 player. Elliott is too busy to listen to the show after recording it.
- Stuart's Quest @4:10
- What Star Wars films? (aka. Stu's lobotomy)
- Fisher Stevens
- appearance on Lost @13:25
- resemblance to a turtle @15:30
- “I will not get my hair cut by a native-born American. They don't do as good a job.”
- Nicolas Cage, Script Doctor @23:25
- Elliott discusses the death of Padmé in Star Wars Episode III, where the nurse robot declares that "it's as if she lost the will to live." @25:30
- The Frighteners @34:20
- Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @29:55
- Bad-Bad Movie (Stuart) @30:30
- Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @30:55
- The Laughing Policeman (1973) by Stuart Rosenberg by Dan @40:15
- The Party (1968) by Blake Edwards by Dan @Time
- Bug (2006) by William Friedkin by Stuart @Time
- Live Free or Die Hard (2007) by Len Wiseman by Stuart @Time
- The Mad Miss Manton (1938) by Leigh Jason by Elliott @Time
- Kansas City (1996) by Robert Altman by Elliott @Time
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