Hola, Sneakers! Welcome to Episode 517 of the Internet’s favourite provider on non-dragon related content, Sneaky Dragon!
This week: late start; gym warts; small feet; neighbourhood creep; less-than-optimum Prime; too good for the Joes; unfortunate voice; hot dog bait; bad workmate; one of the Jones boys; performance art; self-incrimination; soap opera dummies; the Squad 51-cast; too much Dick Wolf; a case of the Munchies; ceramic frogs; indignant about Malignant; Chilliwackiness; Wes Anderson bingo card; boring gray movies; giving a fuck; I to the max; Dune lore; Midnight Massive; werewolves anonymous; zombie fatigue; crying over Cry Macho; a bag of bones rides a horse; scalp removal; Top 5 Halloween songs; goofy greatness; chipmunks trivia; Question of the Week – Sneakers respond; international Halloween; self-improvement; the awful truth; whole lotta school; self-spoilers; fictional monsters; the sound of melon; locked into your comedy past; the wounded ego of Mort Sahl; and, finally, it’s okay to hurt our feelings.
Top 5 Halloween Songs!
- Teddy Durant – “The Beast of Sunset Strip” – Impression Records single b/w “The Night Stalker”, 1965 – 2:15:20
- The Ghouls – “The Little Old Lady from Transylvania”, Dracula’s Deuce,1964 – 2:21:06
- Dave Edmunds – “The Creature from the Black Lagoon” – Repeat When Necessary, 1979 – 2:26:28
- Lambert, Hendricks and Ross – “Halloween Spooks” – The Way Out Voices of…, 1960 – 2:33:25
- Round Robin – “I’m the Wolfman” – Domain Records single b/w “Sit and Dance”, 1965 – 2:37:23
Question of the Week: Do you celebrate Halloween where you live? Is it a big whoop?
Sub-question of the Week: What’s the best Halloween costume you saw this year?
Sub-question of the Week: What, in your opinion, has been the most pointless remake of a beloved piece of fiction?
Thanks for listening.
Here is the bingo card Mary and Dave created with guesses of what they might see in Wes Anderson’s very good new film, The French Dispatch:
If you want to see a once respected comedian humiliate himself, watch this: