- - -
This episode no timecodes because we only covered - some tv show called Breaking Bad, another tv show called East Bound and Down, and a movie called They All Laughed (1981), directed by Peter Bogdanovich, starring Ben Gazzara, Audrey Hepburn, John Ritter, Dorothy Stratten, and Colleen Camp.
THAT'S IT. Also we talk about a play Tucker once starred in, Sean confuses Home Fries with Hope Floats (which was directed by Forest Whittaker? What? And Tucker went and saw it in the theater twice in a row, because he was such a good boyfriend? YUP!), and he keeps saying 20's screwball when he means 30's, the essential oral history of the making of Clue, and what/who tv recap writing is for...? Oh and you can watch Wes Anderson interviewing Bogdanovich about They All Laughed here in three parts, and read Emily Nussbaum's piece on Breaking Bad here. Elmo shows up. Tucker praises Ellen Degeneres wardrobe choices. Kevin Bacon has a point to make about Code Reds, but it's not as good as the point Tom Cruise has to make about food and bewilderement. This episode: it's a doozy.
NEXT WEEK: NOT TO 50!
Our outro music this week is: "Will This Be the Song I'll Be Singing Tomorrow" by Colleen Camp and the John Barry Orchestra, from the movie Game of Death.