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"In this episode we discuss the movie that proves love can conquer even basic science: Upside Down."

Official Show Notes[]

"Unfortunately not the sequel to Topsy-Turvy.
"Upside Down is a movie about two young lovers from planets with reverse gravity, and we somehow make it through the whole episode without making a joke about 69-ing. Meanwhile, Stuart gets his annual review, Dan can't stop getting all science-y, Elliott discusses autoerotic time travel, and...we'll let you enjoy the surprise."

Movie Summary[]

Premise[]

Two planets are gravity locked together, and all matter originating on a given planet is continually drawn back to its planet of origin, so no matter can be transferred between these two planets, even though they are close enough that residents can jump from one to the other. Also, all of this has some kind of socio-economic implications.

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Final Judgments[]

  • Bad-Bad Movie (Hallie) @38:00
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @40:15
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @40:20
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Stuart) @40:25

Episode Highlights[]

Tangents[]

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Quotes[]

  • ­When you masturbate to a scene from a movie, you stand up right by the TV. Because you want to feel that static electricity on your ball hairs...I'm gonna stop talking now.
           —Stuart @58:00

Listener Mail[]

Mailbag Song[]

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Letters[]

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Recommendations[]

  • Dredd 3D (Year) by Director (Stuart) @1:00:55
  • Miami Connection (1987) by Richard Park (Dan) @1:01
  • The Act of Killing (Year) by Director (Hallie) @1:04:45
  • Bed & Board (1970) by François Truffaut (Elliot) @1:06
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