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0:00:00 - 0:01:10 - INTROS - This week we have itinerant (and first returnings?) panel guest Jared Lewis. The audio on this one is a pretty rough at the beginning, our apologies for that. Recording without Skype is difficult and we're still figuring it out. This was actually recorded the day following Delocated's cancellation and I've been messing around with editing and levels since, and it's still very rough. Deal with it.
0:01:11 - 0:13:35 - To start off this week we both watched Out Of Sight (1998), directed by Steven Soderbergh, and starring George Clooney, Jennifer Lopez, Don Cheadle, Ving Rhames, Michael Keaton, Albert Brooks, Steve Zahn, and Dennis Farina. We spend a lot of time in this section discussing Soderbergh's career.
0:13:36 - 0:21:31 - Jared watched Django Unchained (2012), directed by Quentin Tarantino, starring all the people we listed the last time we talked about this movie on here.
0:21:32 - 0:30:33 - Both of us watched No More Excuses (1968), directed by Robert Downey Sr. We also talk about Louie and this video of Paul Thomas Anderson / Downey Sr talking about No More Excuses.
0:30:34 - 0:42:14 - Jared watched Safety Not Guaranteed (2012), directed by Colin Trevorow, starring Mark Duplass, Aubrey Plaza, Jake Johnson, Karan Sorni, Jeff Garlin, and Mary Lynn Rajskub. In this section we also discuss Mark Duplass on WTF, The Puffy Chair, and Mystery Team.
0:42:15 - 46:25 - Sean watched Murder A La Mod (1968) directed by Brian De Palma, starring William Finley, Andra Akers, Margo Norton, Jared Martin. In this section we talk about young De Palma, Wes Anderson, and Takeshi Koike.
0:46:26 - 1:12:29 - We spend the longest amount of time this episode talking about Delocated, a tv show created, written by and starring Jon Glaser, which we were both very big fans of. Like the way Tucker loves The Shield, I love Delocated. The show recently had it's standalone finale and went kind of unheralded, so we felt the need to spend the time and actually memorialize it.
I do have to correct myself that 30 Rock is a rare recent sitcom that had an amazing final episode, and if I was forced, East Bound And Down did too (though I think it's finale was weak compared to season 2's), but I think Delocated would stack up pound for pound better than both of those finales.
And this week our intro and outro clips are from Delocated, and are stupid in-jokes that will likely turn people off who don't already love the series. Sorryz, had to be done.
NEXT WEEK: SOME OTHER THING SOMEPLACE.