Remember When
The official Geek Out show from Remember When is dedicated to all the TV shows, cartoons, and movies from years past that have made us the geeks we are.
Go get your shinebox

No, your eyes aren't deceiving you.  This really IS a brand new episode of the Remember When show, and our third consecutive show in as many weeks!

It's a Gangster's Paradise in Episode 30, as we pull double duty in this week's segment of "Great Movies Jay Has Never Seen".  Our first feature film is Johnny Dangerously, the 1984 gangster movie spoof starring Michael Keaton and Joe Piscopo.  Written by the same scribe that brought us Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Look Who's Talking, and Night at the Roxbury, Johnny Dangerously is a farging awesome comedy in Parris' mind.  But will Jay find an appreciation for a comedy that's over a quarter of a century old?

Then we dive into our second film of the week, Goodfellas.  Recognized by the AFI as one of the greatest movies of all time, Jay braces himself for a 2 hour journey into one of his least favorite genres of film while Parris braces himself for Jay's feedback on the movie.

We also take a look back at this past week's episode of LOST.  "Lighthouse" deals with the journey of two characters as they race to save the island, but that's the only real fast-paced action we see in this week's episode.  Parris compares the show's sixth season to the Sopranos finale, we talk about our misgivings with the Sideways Universe, and discuss our most feared potential ending for the show.

We also talk a bit about Ricky Gervais' comedy brilliance, and Parris needs the paramedics after Jay surprises him with some unexpected news.

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Direct download: rw-ep30-go_get_shinebox.mp3
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