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"In this episode we discuss Conan the Barbarian because Crom demanded it."

Movie Summary[]


A movie about a man, and his Crom, and his father's axe, and his desire for REVENGE. A movie everyone kind of liked, but Stu needed assurance that everyone wasn't going to hate him for not hating it. It had a naked pirate party , but it could have used more interesting moments in the movie.


A remake of the 1982 classic Conan the Barbarian.

Final Judgments[]

  • between Bad-Bad and Movie I Kinda Liked (Dan) @35:50
  • between Bad-Bad and Movie I Kinda Liked (Elliott) @37:15
  • between Bad-Bad and Movie I Kinda Liked (Stuart) @37:20

Episode Highlights[]


  • Dan's Trivia–A sneak-peek of Dan's film-viewing traits turns into mockery, as usual.
  • The Floppers bring up Zardoz, the insane postapocalyptic film starring Sean Connery in a red diaper. As they start wrapping up the main segment, Dan relates this tangent to an old favorite when he mispronounces Zardoz as "Zardox." Elliott suggests that it's a cleaning supply, but Dan realizes that, obviously, "Zardocks" is where the ship that has the Porthole of Time on it docks. @14:30

Movie Pitches[]


Listener Mail[]

Mailbag Song[]



"Mail Title" from Listener Lastnamewithheld @Time
"Mail Title" from Listener Lastnamewithheld @Time
"Mail Title" from Listener Lastnamewithheld @Time
­When it's time for lunch, I sing like: Lunch time! Time to eat lunch..! And then when we get down to the lunchroom, I talk out loud my interior monologue about what I'm going to eat and what I'm not going to eat, like: Oh, lasagna! I'll take some of this. Doo-doo doo doo. Potatoes? No thanks, not today! Dah-dah dah-dah dah...
       —Elliott @39:25

"Werewolf Satanic Scandal" from from Kristin Lastnamewithheld @47:55

Elliott: For the audience, just so you can know, we're not into any satanic stuff (or satanish stuff).
Dan: We are into threesomes, however.
Elliott: But just among the three of us. There's a story about it.
Stuart: We read it, burned the story, and scrubbed out our eyeballs and ear holes.
Dan: And swore never to talk about that again, Elliott!
Elliott: We put burning Q-tips® in our ears, hoping to burn that knowledge out of our brain. Didn't work, it only burned it further into my brain.
Later, Stuart reveals that Dan's Pervazoid antics are just an elaborate ruse intended to disguise Dan's homosexuality. @48:55


  • Duck Soup (1933) by Leo McCarey (Dan) @Time
  • Super (2010) by James Gunn (Stuart) @Time
  • The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid (1972) by Philip Kaufman (Elliott) @Time