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The Hughes adjacent episodes continue, with one for South Park's 80s teen-centric Season 6 episode, Asspen. Darren and Tim return from their hiatus, and immediately shots are fired at one of last week's guests, Emily Wilson. Tim gets a song off his chest, and Darren can't keep his cool at the movie theater. The guys talk about wetting the bed, what not to eat when you go out, and skiing. A special guest appears at Anthony's door, and Joe Cocker dies for the second time! Tim and Darren try out their bad standup. Serious Michael Jackson talk closes out the show. The boys leave you with a song in your hearts. 

Direct download: SouthParkLookHughes.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 3:10am EDT

While Tim and Darren are away, Anthony will play, and he's joined by fresh, new guest, Jeanette Maus and weathered, Bueller veteran, Emily Wilson for the Lifetime movie of a lifetime, A Deadly Adoption (Kristen Wiig, Will Ferrell). They talk about bad husbands, shelter living for the fashionable, and the best excuse when someone finds out you're not really pregnant. This crew witnesses the politest sex scene in the history of TV moviedom. Emily teaches us about dirty "thots" and learns about the Crash Test Dummies, Jeanette eats breakfast, and Anthony airs his apartment grievances. We get some personal stories about Kristen Wiig and Tori Spelling, then delve into the at home classics, Evil Bong and the Gingerdead Man. Never forget Charlie, and the Dock is a character! 

Direct download: DeadlAdoptionLookHughes.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 11:30pm EDT

This week's movie, Flubber (Robin Williams, Marcia Gay Harden, Christopher McDonald, Ted Levine, Clancy Brown, Wil Wheaton, Edie McClurg, Jodi Benson) angers Tim, excites Darren, and makes Anthony feel nostalgic. The guys talk about missing Robin Williams, robot great, Weebo, and what it takes to win a college basketball game. John Hughes gives us yet another movie with two bumbling flunkies. Plus, it's okay to enslave sentient beings created in a lab. Anthony shares a traumatic Halloween experience, and reveals that he's already finished season 3 of Orange Is the New Black. Darren tries to sabotage the show, and the gang alienate alleged listeners Wil Wheaton and Fatboy Slim. Everyone shares the terrible things they'd do to Flubber. 

Direct download: FlubberLookHughes.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 1:05am EDT

Tim and Anthony welcome Tony Czech to the show for this week's 101 Dalamatians (Glenn Close, Jeff Daniels, Hugh Laurie, Joely Richardson, Joan Plowright, Mark Williams) episode. Before they recap the movie, Anthony reads a list of director Stephen Herek's most influential films, including The Mighty Ducks and the unapologetic Mark Wahlberg vehicle, Rock Star. Tony defends NCIS, Anthony has a bone to pick with CSI, and Tim can't wrap his head around the number of dogs in the movie. Two of the guys have their world rocked, when they learn about Clarence Carter and his 1985 hit, "Strokin'". Glenn Close survives a vat molasses, and delivers a number of maniacal laughs. The 90s classic Sega CD is mentioned. 

Direct download: 101DalmationsLookHughes.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 11:30pm EDT

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