The train keeps on rolling, so won’t you join us for a while?
- What’s one of the best ways Craig can give you nightmares?
- How do the three sea shells work in Demolition Man?
- Was John Madden nuts?
- Why won’t Craig’s draconian boss let him have an 11am Happy Hour?
- Should you drink the mystery moonshine?
- What piece of movie memoribilia do they most want;
- How Craig defines “good food” (in response to a call challenging his “Hooters Wings” defense of a few episodes ago);
- Prince’s Batman album was the official soundtrack to the 1989 film;
- AFI’s list making skills are as abysmal now as BuzzFeed’s
There’s so much worth hearing in this episode you should buy an extra set of ears.
Here’s a quick reference guide for some things on the show:
No, Really. The 1989 Album Batman by Prince is the soundtrack to that film. The later album was called the “score” — and was released after much fan demand.
I remember the distinct disappointment of listening to that Prince album for the first time and thinking, “Yeah, the music is good, but…where’s that awesome stuff that played while he was kicking ass?”
The debate between which is better, the Death Star or the Death Star II…
…was settled here, by me.
The mystery of the three seashells
…to boot, see how Rob Scheider started his “Sylvester Stallone’s Sidekick” run.