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Oct 8, 2010

Movie Meltdown - Episode 98.1

This week, in addition to our Geek Activities and The Buzz we also feature our interview with Amanda Bearse. Star of Fright Night, Married with Children and an established director in her own right! 

Plus along the way we ponder the questions of the universe that touch on...where is the third-dimension?, The Kid’s in the Hall, H2, Population 351, Alien, Raising Hope, hating your new job, Amen, searching for a unicorn, Nathan Fillion, 3D Star Wars, High School Musical…on a train, beating the hell out of Vinnie Jones, The Last Airbender‘s not worth a dollar, Kate Hudson, Chili, The Longshots, Bob Hope and Bing Crosby and a monkey, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Misty’s celebrity dream match (according to the internet), Bryce Dallas Howard, having Jonie’s arm growing out of you, Tracy Morgan, the little rat-man, duct taping Marlena’s mouth shut, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-along Blog, Oscar-winner Fred Durst?, the monster cereals are back, Batman 3, hate mail from space, The Education of Charlie Banks, Sigourney Weaver in her bikini briefs, it’s a lot easier to be Southern than blind, jonsin’ for Boo Berry, people that look like ALF, Mick Foley - the movie, the flaccid Justin Guarini, Maximilian kicks ass!, doing man-stuff, revamping Colonel Sanders, I couldn’t get the tongue tattoo to work right, a gator driving Nascar, you don’t touch Hitchcock, why is a Gas attendant coming to give me a kiss goodnight?, Martha Plimpton is a Grandma, the introduction of “The Marlena Moment”, lovin’ some choose-your-own-adventure and pop-up books and the continuing tale of Suck-and-Blow.

“Ice Cube IS Al Bundy in this movie.”