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Audio Note
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Noticeable radio interference.

Guest host: Frank Lesser

Tag[]

"This is the Next episode of The Flop House. I mean, this Flop House is the Next Flop House. I mean, this episode is Next. I mean..."

Official Show Notes[]

"In this episode, Colbert Report staff writer Frank Lesser joins us, to see what happens next, in Next (hint: it has something to do with Nicholas Cage's hair). Meanwhile, Stuart reveals his vulnerability to bullets, Dan describes his super-power, and Frank pitches a romantic comedy built on Next 's charred remains."

Movie Summary[]

Knee Injuries
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Casino security chief Roybal (José Zúñiga) is shot in the left knee. @20:45

Premise[]

A Las Vegas magician who can see into the future is pursued by FBI agents seeking to use his abilities to prevent a nuclear terrorist attack.

Story[]

  • You see, it's called "Next" because he knows what's coming next. Not to be confused with the movie called Knowing, in which, eventually, he knows what's going to happen next.

Final Judgments[]

  • Movie I Kinda Liked (Frank) @34:10
  • Good-Bad Movie (Stuart) @35:05
  • Movie I Kinda Liked (Dan) @35:30

Episode Highlights[]

Tangents[]

  • ...and thus begins Stu referencing/comparing every Nicolas Cage character in every movie to his character in this movie: "Next."
  • Dan's cat bats around the computer cables, and is ultimately taken out of the room. @2:30, 6:15
  • ­I think he could use it.
           —Stuart, explaining why M. Night Shyamalan ought to be punched in the face, in front of his family @3:55

Movie Pitches[]

Quotes[]

Listener Mail[]

Mailbag Song[]

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Letters[]

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Recommendations[]

  • Disturbia (2007) by D.J. Caruso by Dan @Time
  • Onibaba (1964) by Kaneto Shindô by Dan @Time
  • Teeth (2007) by Mitchell Lichtenstein by Stuart @Time
  • Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007) by Tim Burton by Frank @Time
  • City Lights (1931) by Charles Chaplin by Frank @Time

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