"In this episode we learn All About Steve. But really, can anyone learn all about Steve?"

Movie SummaryEdit



  • Sandra Bullock is a crazy stalker in a role that really doesn't work for her. Everyone in this movie is horrible at their jobs, like the chaperones who let a bunch of deaf kids run ahead of them and fall down a hole into an abandoned mine, or the newspaper editor who runs Sandra Bullock's ridiculous crossword without actually editing it.
  • Dan describes in excruciating detail the logistics of a woman sliding down a bannister on her bare vagina. @30:00

Final JudgmentsEdit

  • Between Good-Bad and Bad-Bad (Stuart) @37:20
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Brock) @38:00
  • Good-Bad Movie (Dan) @38:40

Episode HighlightsEdit


Movie PitchesEdit


Brock: If you're gonna want to see Sandra Bullock slide down a banister in nothing but a towel and a bathing cap...
Dan: Why would she think that's a good idea?! She's coming out of the bathroom, she's put a towel around herself —
Stuart: The actress, or the character?
Dan: Well, anyone! Anyone!
Brock: The screenwriter?
Dan: Anyone involved in the film. She's coming out of the bathroom, she's had a bath, she has just a towel around, and she's going to slide down a banister. And literally, you can imagine —
Stuart: She seems wet. You don't slide very well.
Dan: No, but, like, also: she slings her leg over. You can imagine her bare vagina is what is sliding down this banister. You, you're looking at me, Stuart...
Stuart: I just — I'm thinking about a bear's vagina right now.
Dan: I thought you were looking at me as if you weren't imagining that, but that's the only thing you can think about.
Brock: It's enough —
Dan: Like, she is nude, and she's sliding down this banister.
Brock: It's an image that gets stuck in your head, and it makes you realize why some people have sex with Nazis.
— @30:00

Listener MailEdit

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  • The Man Who Wasn't There (2001) by The Coen Brothers (Dan) @51:20
  • A New Leaf (1971) by Elaine May (Brock) @48:55
  • Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) by George P. Cosmatos (Stuart) @54:00