- "In this unedited edition of The Flop House we learn the error of our ways, by watching the slapstick right-wing comedy An American Carol."
Official Show NotesEdit
- "Due to outside circumstances, there was not time to post show notes (or, for that matter, editing the show beyond adding the theme/introduction/outtakes) this week. But enjoy the episode."
- An America-hating Michael Moore lookalike is confronted by patriotic ghosts.
- Featuring...ACLU zombies and irrational hatred of Columbia University!
- Regarding Rosie O'Donnell: "I mean, I know she's a bitch." (Stuart) @22:20
- Red Dawn @25:20
- Big Money Rustlas (Episode 69: Big Money Rustlas @19:50, 31:10)
- Mirrors (Episode 34: Mirrors @30:15)
- Bad-Bad Movie (Stuart) @32:10
- Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @32:25
- Bad-Bad Movie (Elliott) @33:30
- ALF @01:50
- Videodrome @04:00
- Stuart is obsessed with the idea of shooting a bear with a flamethrower, and says that his ideal bachelor party would involve riding in a tank, shooting a bear with a flamethrower, and probably naked girls. From there, he and Elliott invent a scenario in which Stuart meets a gorgeous Eastern European woman with a vendetta against a bear.
- Species II @26:10
- Next @34:05
- X-Men @46:30
- Meet the Feebles @51:15
- The Mummy 4D @29:30
- Dan objects that designing a film simply to suit Stuart might not be a very profitable move, and Elliot replies that he expects Stuart to see it multiple times.
- Then Elliott decides to rename it An American Mummy in Paris: The Quickening, and throws in the title of its sequel, An American Mummy in the Mesozoic. Also, he plans to create a time machine, go back to 1981, bring back Mel Gibson, and put him in the movie as Mad Max.
- "Yeah, knock him down a few notches. 'Cause, c'mon. I mean, like, Wolverine? Fuck that guy." (Stuart) @44:00
- "Best Original Screenplay Is Confusing" from Andrew Lastnamewithheld @37:00
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