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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Episode XXXII: The Podcast for Spock

First it was Joe Pa that got the hook... and now?  Matty resigns from The Deucecast, at least as a regular co-host.  What did Matt know?  What didn't Matt know?  We may never know.

So, in the final show for Mattypoo, we kick it off by discussing everything from Shatner's Captain film... Mikey's concert update... "Once Upon a Time"... breaking into Matt's house... more Sons of Anarchy... a move to Missouri... and ear molds.  Not ear mold, but actual ear molds.

The Big Three fills us in on movie technology from older movies that were supposed to be futuristic, yet their version of futuristic technology never panned out... Why didn't Snake Plissken have a cell phone in "Escape from New York"?  Shouldn't memory planted in your head be bigger than like, 2 gigabytes, in "Johnny Mnemonic"?  Why aren't we wiping with seashells, like in "Demolition Man"?  These questions and more... plus a great "Total Recall" discussion.

Matt gives his final Smorg, on gaming, Mikey shows off his musical Scars and two great rounds of The Movie Game, with a great shout-out to veteran actor Christopher Plummer.

We wrap up with a huge tribute (and by "huge", I mean a lot more than any of us thought it would be) to the recently late Heavy D... some Demi Lovato love news... a review of "Yo Mama" on MTV... a welcome to "Beavis & Butthead" back to the airwaves...

And... the Final Seagal Watch.

But The Deucecast Rolls On, sans Matt... Hurricane Rhett joins us next week for a fresh Facebook rant, while we discuss "TV Shows We Loved as a Kid but Just Don't Hold Up Now" on The Big Three... that and more, on The Deucecast Ep XXXIII:  The Podcast Voyage Home
 
 
Week in Review:
Music Minute by Mike:
 
Smörgåsbord by Matt:

The Big 3: The One Where Future Tech in Movies That Just Didn't Ever Happen is Discussed:
Roundtable Randomness:
Seagal of the Week:

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