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The Worst Pictures IV

Geek Juice Radio – Episode 188
The fourth and final part of our look at the worst pictures.
Featuring: Alex Jowski, mister X, Kevin Daley

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    Black Doug
    July 16, 2015 at 8:11 am

    To give you an idea of how bad that Renny Harlin Hercules movie is: the Disney version is more mythologically accurate. Yes, the version where Pegasus was his best friend/pet and where Hera is his mother is closer to the source material.

    Also, FWIW, I hated the new TMNT purely for the horrific designs of the Turtles. I didn’t mind that they were CGI–the 2007 movie had great animated versions–but the designs themselves were just distended and awful.

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    Alex Stockwell
    July 16, 2015 at 9:44 am

    I wouldn’t fuck Paris Hilton with a stolen dick.

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    July 16, 2015 at 1:01 pm

    i like how X interrupt.every.other.person.that.try.to.talk.and.say.half.of.a.meaning.then.takes.a.paus.so.other
    ITS ANNOYING. that guy sure likes attention ;)

    anyway,liked this episode,altough i like the ones that has an actual theme more.but thats just me.

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    July 16, 2015 at 2:45 pm

    Kevin, Alex, please restrain Mister X, he literally trumpets over you two and just kills this podcast, it’s almost a monologue.

  • guest
    July 17, 2015 at 5:12 am

    was mr.x drunkk

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    July 17, 2015 at 7:50 pm

    Okay. Like Ricky Ricardo says “You got some ‘splainin to do.” Only in this scenario I guess I’m Lucy, but that’s okay because I could only dream of coveting hair that red.

    Regarding X interrupting or sounding -nay, not sounding, being – kinda drunk. There’s a reason for that – and it’s apparent in the FULL uncut version (not to self-promote but you can buy that on Patreon). Cut into 4 edited chunks (and there was quite a lot edited out) it makes sense, you can see (or rather, hear) why.

    This was a 4 almost 5 hour recording. X is a night person but both Kevin and I both had to work the next morning and we didn’t finish recording this episode until way into the early morning. It was much longer than anticipated because we thought this was only gonna be a 2hr discussion. So that’s why in episode 1 we’re all full of energy, the discussion is rapid and concise but come episode 4 it sounds all different. Kevin and I are both exhausted and just trying to get to the end. X is accustomed to having a couple drinks when we record, which is fine for something that’s usually an hour or two but this ended up being almost 5 hours. Yeah, he was drunk at the end. Energetic, but drunk. And Kevin and I were both fighting sleep so we just let him talk. He would interrupt (which is common on Skype when you can’t see each other and the visual cues of discussion) and Kevin and I would just let him go on because we were practically asleep. 5 hours of conversation is draining.

    Okay, millennials that grew up with texting and social media might not get this reference but Do you remember high school or middle school and you had that first love (or maybe second or third, teenage “romance” is pretty much all the same bullshit regardless of sequence). Those LONG conversations on the telephone with a boyfriend/girlfriend that would last hours. They were exhausting even then when one had the energy for shit like that. Parents would be trying to call or use the phone but you’ve got it all tied up because “It’s [boyfriend/girlfriend] and this is IMPORTANT!” while you’re in the marathon sixth hour of a phone call that doesn’t even include phone sex. The point I’m making here is that when you’re a kid having a conversation for 5 hours, that’s totally normal and it’s exciting. As an adult, once you get past a couple hours in it’s a chore. After 3 hours, nobody cares. After 4 hours it’s painful, I mean physically painful to keep slogging on.

    Needless to say, that’s why we’re not doing these marathon recordings anymore. Like the Brian DePalma episodes (Hey, the next part is posted next week). We could have covered it all in 1 huge session but didn’t – instead recorded two 90 minute sessions a month apart, and they are both better recordings for that.

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