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http://www.wdibt.com Explaining My DVD Collection, One Film At A Time Fri, 04 Mar 2016 05:20:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.3 Copyright © Why Did I Buy This? 2018 dgomiller@lordofdance.com dgomiller@lordofdance.com 1440 http://www.wdibt.com/wdibticonrss.jpg Why Did I Buy This? » Podcast Feed http://www.wdibt.com 144 144 Explaining My DVD Collection, One Film At A Time dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no Episode 034: The Muppets Take Manhattan http://www.wdibt.com/episode-034-the-muppets-take-manhattan/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-034-the-muppets-take-manhattan/#respond Fri, 04 Mar 2016 05:20:33 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=710 Continue reading ]]> 0034posterIn this episode, Ari and Dan explore magical land of Manhattan, as only Jim Henson could envision it.  They discuss The Muppets Take Manahattan (1984), as well as briefly hit on Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas (1977).  Also we find out why Ari thought The Muppet Movie (1979) ended right after they met Miss Piggy,

POD Question:  What is your favorite Muppet song?

Opening:
“Why Did I Buy This?”
Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm

Closing:
“I’m Gonna Always Love You”
Music and Lyrics by Jeff Moss
Performed by Frank Oz, Jim Henson, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, and Dave Goelz

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-034-the-muppets-take-manhattan/feed/ 0 0:53:49 In this episode, Ari and Dan explore magical land of Manhattan, as only Jim Henson could envision it.  They discuss The Muppets Take Manahattan (1984), as well as briefly hit on Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas (1977).  Also we find out why Ar[...] In this episode, Ari and Dan explore magical land of Manhattan, as only Jim Henson could envision it.  They discuss The Muppets Take Manahattan (1984), as well as briefly hit on Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas (1977).  Also we find out why Ari thought The Muppet Movie (1979) ended right after they met Miss Piggy, POD Question:  What is your favorite Muppet song? Opening: “Why Did I Buy This?” Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm Closing: “I’m Gonna Always Love You” Music and Lyrics by Jeff Moss Performed by Frank Oz, Jim Henson, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, and Dave Goelz Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 033: Hocus Pocus http://www.wdibt.com/episode-033-hocus-pocus/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-033-hocus-pocus/#comments Wed, 04 Nov 2015 08:01:46 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=644 Continue reading ]]> 0033posterAri and Dan explore the halloween classic, Hocus Pocus (1993).  They are joined once again by sister-wives Shannon Gomiller and Kimberley Gomiller.  Check your volume levels, as the fun had got a bit noisy.

Kimberley and Ari also discuss the writing marathon, NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) and Ari is raising donations to help fight child illiteracy!  Go to https://www.classy.org/AridawnSponsors to donate!

POD Question:  What is a movie you would introduce to the next generation?

Opening:
“Why Did I Buy This?”
Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm

Closing:
“I Put a Spell on You”
Written by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins
Performed by Bette Midler

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-033-hocus-pocus/feed/ 1 0:56:01 Ari and Dan explore the halloween classic, Hocus Pocus (1993).  They are joined once again by sister-wives Shannon Gomiller and Kimberley Gomiller.  Check your volume levels, as the fun had got a bit noisy. Kimberley and Ari also discuss the writing[...] Ari and Dan explore the halloween classic, Hocus Pocus (1993).  They are joined once again by sister-wives Shannon Gomiller and Kimberley Gomiller.  Check your volume levels, as the fun had got a bit noisy. Kimberley and Ari also discuss the writing marathon, NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) and Ari is raising donations to help fight child illiteracy!  Go to https://www.classy.org/AridawnSponsors to donate! POD Question:  What is a movie you would introduce to the next generation? Opening: “Why Did I Buy This?” Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm Closing: “I Put a Spell on You” Written by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins Performed by Bette Midler Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 032: Frequency http://www.wdibt.com/episode-032-frequency/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-032-frequency/#comments Thu, 22 Oct 2015 08:30:46 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=636 Continue reading ]]> 0032posterJoin Ari and and Dan as they discuss yet another time-fuckery movie.  This one is a Lakehouse-esque murder-mystery starring Dennis Quaid and Jim Cavievezel.  A discussion establishes the practicalities of the time-line changes.

POD Question:  What’s your favorite father/son bonding movie.


Music –

Opening:
“Why Did I Buy This?”
Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm

Closing:
“Take Me Out to the Ballgame”
Written by Jack Norworth and Albert von Tilzer
Arranged by Carly Simon and Matthias Gohl (as Teese Gohl)
Performed by Carly Simon

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-032-frequency/feed/ 1 0:42:52 Join Ari and and Dan as they discuss yet another time-fuckery movie.  This one is a Lakehouse-esque murder-mystery starring Dennis Quaid and Jim Cavievezel.  A discussion establishes the practicalities of the time-line changes. POD Question:  What[...] Join Ari and and Dan as they discuss yet another time-fuckery movie.  This one is a Lakehouse-esque murder-mystery starring Dennis Quaid and Jim Cavievezel.  A discussion establishes the practicalities of the time-line changes. POD Question:  What’s your favorite father/son bonding movie. Music – Opening: “Why Did I Buy This?” Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm Closing: “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” Written by Jack Norworth and Albert von Tilzer Arranged by Carly Simon and Matthias Gohl (as Teese Gohl) Performed by Carly Simon Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 031: Back To the Future http://www.wdibt.com/episode-031-back-to-the-future/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-031-back-to-the-future/#comments Thu, 01 Oct 2015 08:01:04 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=626 Continue reading ]]> 0031posterAri and Dan travel through time to meet Jason Klamm (Comedy on Vinyl) and discuss the classic Back To the Future Trilogy (1985, 1989, 1990).  A deep discussion is had utterly SHREDDING Doc Brown’s theory of time.  Also we wish there were more fax machines in our homes.

This episode was recorded to help draw attention to the Million McFly March happening in L.A. on October 21, 1985!  The MMM is raising money for Team Fox and Parkinson’s research.  Find out more on their facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1616435401903934/

Pod Question:  What is your favorite time-fuckery movie.

Music –

Opening:
“Why Did I Buy This?”
Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm

Closing:
“Back in Time”
Performed by Huey Lewis & The News (as Huey Lewis and The News)
Courtesy of Chrysalis Records, Inc.
Written by Huey Lewis and Chris Hayes
Published by Hulex Music, Administered by Red Admiral Music, Inc.
Buy on iTunes

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-031-back-to-the-future/feed/ 1 1:28:54 Ari and Dan travel through time to meet Jason Klamm (Comedy on Vinyl) and discuss the classic Back To the Future Trilogy (1985, 1989, 1990).  A deep discussion is had utterly SHREDDING Doc Brown’s theory of time.  Also we wish there were more [...] Ari and Dan travel through time to meet Jason Klamm (Comedy on Vinyl) and discuss the classic Back To the Future Trilogy (1985, 1989, 1990).  A deep discussion is had utterly SHREDDING Doc Brown’s theory of time.  Also we wish there were more fax machines in our homes. This episode was recorded to help draw attention to the Million McFly March happening in L.A. on October 21, 1985!  The MMM is raising money for Team Fox and Parkinson’s research.  Find out more on their facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1616435401903934/ Pod Question:  What is your favorite time-fuckery movie. Music – Opening: “Why Did I Buy This?” Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm Closing: “Back in Time” Performed by Huey Lewis & The News (as Huey Lewis and The News) Courtesy of Chrysalis Records, Inc. Written by Huey Lewis and Chris Hayes Published by Hulex Music, Administered by Red Admiral Music, Inc. Buy on iTunes Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 030: It Follows http://www.wdibt.com/episode-030-it-follows/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-030-it-follows/#respond Thu, 17 Sep 2015 08:30:30 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=620 Continue reading ]]> 0030posterAri and Dan begin their countdown to Halloween this week by discussing the indie horror file It Follows (2014).  Listen as they discuss STGs and ambiguous time periods.  Also tune in for a special promo for the Million McFly March, happening October 21, 2015 at 9am!

Pod Question:  What is the slowest (pacing wise) movie that you enjoy?

Enjoy the trailer to the movie below!

Music –

Opening:
“Why Did I Buy This?”
Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm

Closing:
“The Safer Parts of the City”
Written by Steven Tyler Slovacek (as Steven Slovacek)
Performed by Company Man
Courtesy of Dugout Sounds
Buy on iTunes

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-030-it-follows/feed/ 0 0:36:24 Ari and Dan begin their countdown to Halloween this week by discussing the indie horror file It Follows (2014).  Listen as they discuss STGs and ambiguous time periods.  Also tune in for a special promo for the Million McFly March, happening October[...] Ari and Dan begin their countdown to Halloween this week by discussing the indie horror file It Follows (2014).  Listen as they discuss STGs and ambiguous time periods.  Also tune in for a special promo for the Million McFly March, happening October 21, 2015 at 9am! Pod Question:  What is the slowest (pacing wise) movie that you enjoy? Enjoy the trailer to the movie below! Music – Opening: “Why Did I Buy This?” Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm Closing: “The Safer Parts of the City” Written by Steven Tyler Slovacek (as Steven Slovacek) Performed by Company Man Courtesy of Dugout Sounds Buy on iTunes Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 029: Kung Fu Hustle http://www.wdibt.com/episode-029-kung-fu-hustle/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-029-kung-fu-hustle/#respond Thu, 03 Sep 2015 09:00:56 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=612 Continue reading ]]> 0029posterThis week Ari and Dan beat people Looney Tunes style by reviewing the Stephen Chow film, Kung Fu Hustle (2004).  They discuss their favorite parts and Ari finds out Dan didn’t really even watch it the first time.  It’s a thrill ride through and through!  PS:  Sing is Wolverine!

Pod Question:  What is your favorite non-american film?

Due to the chinese-ness of the film, there are no scenes in the podcast.  So enjoy this youtube video of the opening dance number!

Music –

Opening:
“Why Did I Buy This?”
Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm

Closing:
“Ballroom Blitz”
Written by Michael Chapman (as Mike Chapman) and Nicolas Chinn (as Nicky Chinn)
Performed by The Sweet
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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-029-kung-fu-hustle/feed/ 0 0:45:44 This week Ari and Dan beat people Looney Tunes style by reviewing the Stephen Chow film, Kung Fu Hustle (2004).  They discuss their favorite parts and Ari finds out Dan didn’t really even watch it the first time.  It’s a thrill ride thro[...] This week Ari and Dan beat people Looney Tunes style by reviewing the Stephen Chow film, Kung Fu Hustle (2004).  They discuss their favorite parts and Ari finds out Dan didn’t really even watch it the first time.  It’s a thrill ride through and through!  PS:  Sing is Wolverine! Pod Question:  What is your favorite non-american film? Due to the chinese-ness of the film, there are no scenes in the podcast.  So enjoy this youtube video of the opening dance number! Music – Opening: “Why Did I Buy This?” Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm Closing: “Ballroom Blitz” Written by Michael Chapman (as Mike Chapman) and Nicolas Chinn (as Nicky Chinn) Performed by The Sweet Buy on iTunes Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 028: The Mummy http://www.wdibt.com/episode-028-the-mummy/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-028-the-mummy/#comments Thu, 06 Aug 2015 08:30:41 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=608 Continue reading ]]> 0028posterJoin Ari and Dan as they take Kimberley to ancient Egypt!  In this episode they discuss The Mummy (1999).  As “High Priestess of the First Church of Brendan Fraser“, listen as Kimberley sighs at the mention of his name and Ari swoons over Rachel Weisz.

Pod Question:  Who is your favorite movie couple?

 

Music –

Opening:
“Why Did I Buy This?” Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm

Closing:
Revive La Ilusion
Written by German Pedro Ibanez
Performed by Septeto Habanero
Buy on iTunes

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-028-the-mummy/feed/ 1 0:51:35 Join Ari and Dan as they take Kimberley to ancient Egypt!  In this episode they discuss The Mummy (1999).  As “High Priestess of the First Church of Brendan Fraser“, listen as Kimberley sighs at the mention of his name and Ari swoons ove[...] Join Ari and Dan as they take Kimberley to ancient Egypt!  In this episode they discuss The Mummy (1999).  As “High Priestess of the First Church of Brendan Fraser“, listen as Kimberley sighs at the mention of his name and Ari swoons over Rachel Weisz. Pod Question:  Who is your favorite movie couple?   Music – Opening: “Why Did I Buy This?” Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm Closing: Revive La Ilusion Written by German Pedro Ibanez Performed by Septeto Habanero Buy on iTunes Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 027: Hot Shots! http://www.wdibt.com/episode-027-hot-shots/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-027-hot-shots/#comments Thu, 23 Jul 2015 08:30:40 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=581 Continue reading ]]> 0027poster

In this installment of Why Did I Buy This?, Dan and Ari discuss the classic Top Gun parody, Hot Shots! (1991).  Dan learns that all his favorite spoofs are a genre of one man, Jim Abrahams, and realizes he probably has to watch Scary Movie 4.  Meanwhile, Ari discusses her hatred for the love interest, Ramada.

Pod Question:  What is your favorite spoof movie (and Mel Brooks spoof movie!)?

Answer in the comments!

Music –

Opening
“Why Did I Buy This?” Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm

Closing
“The Man I Love”
Written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin
Performed by Valeria Golino and Rachel Sweet
Buy on iTunes (does not include this song)
Buy CD on Amazon (full track list)

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-027-hot-shots/feed/ 1 0:53:19 In this installment of Why Did I Buy This?, Dan and Ari discuss the classic Top Gun parody, Hot Shots! (1991).  Dan learns that all his favorite spoofs are a genre of one man, Jim Abrahams, and realizes he probably has to watch Scary Movie 4.  Mean[...] In this installment of Why Did I Buy This?, Dan and Ari discuss the classic Top Gun parody, Hot Shots! (1991).  Dan learns that all his favorite spoofs are a genre of one man, Jim Abrahams, and realizes he probably has to watch Scary Movie 4.  Meanwhile, Ari discusses her hatred for the love interest, Ramada. Pod Question:  What is your favorite spoof movie (and Mel Brooks spoof movie!)? Answer in the comments! Music – Opening “Why Did I Buy This?” Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm Closing “The Man I Love” Written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin Performed by Valeria Golino and Rachel Sweet Buy on iTunes (does not include this song) Buy CD on Amazon (full track list) Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 026: The Princess Bride http://www.wdibt.com/episode-026-the-princess-bride/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-026-the-princess-bride/#respond Thu, 09 Jul 2015 09:00:43 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=573 Continue reading ]]> 0026posterIn this episode, Dan and Ari are joined by their friends Kimberley and Shannon.  A raucous time is had discussing and dissecting the story and tropes of The Princess Bride (1987), and comparisons are made with the book.

Pod Question:  What movie do you know so well you find yourself able to quote it forwards and backwards?

Bonus Pod Question:  If you have one, what is your favorite line from The Princess Bride?

Music –

Opening:
“Why Did I Buy This?”
Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm

Closing:
“Storybook Love”
Written and Performed by Willy DeVille
Buy on iTunes

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-026-the-princess-bride/feed/ 0 0:54:49 In this episode, Dan and Ari are joined by their friends Kimberley and Shannon.  A raucous time is had discussing and dissecting the story and tropes of The Princess Bride (1987), and comparisons are made with the book. Pod Question:  What movie do [...] In this episode, Dan and Ari are joined by their friends Kimberley and Shannon.  A raucous time is had discussing and dissecting the story and tropes of The Princess Bride (1987), and comparisons are made with the book. Pod Question:  What movie do you know so well you find yourself able to quote it forwards and backwards? Bonus Pod Question:  If you have one, what is your favorite line from The Princess Bride? Music – Opening: “Why Did I Buy This?” Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm Closing: “Storybook Love” Written and Performed by Willy DeVille Buy on iTunes Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 025: Three to Tango http://www.wdibt.com/episode-025-three-to-tango/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-025-three-to-tango/#comments Thu, 25 Jun 2015 09:00:06 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=566 Continue reading ]]> 0025posterIn this episode, Dan and Ari discuss the Matthew Perry vehicle, Three to Tango (1999).  They discuss stereotypes and breaking through them.  They also examine how Neve Campbell plays a savvy Pixie Dream Girl.  All that, and more, inside!

Pod Question:  What is a movie that you enjoy that pushes the boundaries of political correctness?
Answer in the comments!

Music –

Opening
“Why Did I Buy This?”Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm

Closing
“Jumpin’ East of Java”
Performed by The Brian Setzer Orchestra
Buy on iTunes

 

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-025-three-to-tango/feed/ 1 0:45:17 In this episode, Dan and Ari discuss the Matthew Perry vehicle, Three to Tango (1999).  They discuss stereotypes and breaking through them.  They also examine how Neve Campbell plays a savvy Pixie Dream Girl.  All that, and more, inside! Pod Questio[...] In this episode, Dan and Ari discuss the Matthew Perry vehicle, Three to Tango (1999).  They discuss stereotypes and breaking through them.  They also examine how Neve Campbell plays a savvy Pixie Dream Girl.  All that, and more, inside! Pod Question:  What is a movie that you enjoy that pushes the boundaries of political correctness? Answer in the comments! Music – Opening “Why Did I Buy This?”Written, Performed, and Recorded by Jason Klamm Closing “Jumpin’ East of Java” Performed by The Brian Setzer Orchestra Buy on iTunes   Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
No Podcast This Week, But New Theme! http://www.wdibt.com/no-podcast-this-week-but-new-theme/ http://www.wdibt.com/no-podcast-this-week-but-new-theme/#comments Thu, 11 Jun 2015 23:30:21 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=556 Continue reading ]]> wdibticonDue to Ari having her wisdom teeth out, we do not have a new podcast this week.  What we DO have is a new theme song written, created, and performed by Jason Klamm, so enjoy that!

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http://www.wdibt.com/no-podcast-this-week-but-new-theme/feed/ 1 0:02:46 Due to Ari having her wisdom teeth out, we do not have a new podcast this week.  What we DO have is a new theme song written, created, and performed by Jason Klamm, so enjoy that! Due to Ari having her wisdom teeth out, we do not have a new podcast this week.  What we DO have is a new theme song written, created, and performed by Jason Klamm, so enjoy that! News, Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 024: The Emperor’s New Groove http://www.wdibt.com/episode-024-the-emperors-new-groove/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-024-the-emperors-new-groove/#comments Thu, 28 May 2015 06:21:19 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=551 Continue reading ]]> 0024posterDan and Ari discuss the severely underrated Disney film, The Emperor’s New Groove (2000).  They discuss lamp-shading and breaking the fourth wall.  Prepare for 00’s depression as Ari divulges how much she’s seen the film, and even more so when she discusses how much she’s heard the film.  Tune in!

Pod Question:  Who is your favorite talking animal in a movie?  Answer in the comments!

Music

Opening
“Walk the Llama Llama”
Performed by Rascal Flatts
Buy on iTunes

Closing
“My Funny Friend and Me”
Lyrics by Sting
Music by Sting & Dave Hartley
Performed by Sting
Buy on iTunes

 

 

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-024-the-emperors-new-groove/feed/ 1 0:44:33 Dan and Ari discuss the severely underrated Disney film, The Emperor’s New Groove (2000).  They discuss lamp-shading and breaking the fourth wall.  Prepare for 00’s depression as Ari divulges how much she’s seen the film, and even [...] Dan and Ari discuss the severely underrated Disney film, The Emperor’s New Groove (2000).  They discuss lamp-shading and breaking the fourth wall.  Prepare for 00’s depression as Ari divulges how much she’s seen the film, and even more so when she discusses how much she’s heard the film.  Tune in! Pod Question:  Who is your favorite talking animal in a movie?  Answer in the comments! Music Opening “Walk the Llama Llama” Performed by Rascal Flatts Buy on iTunes Closing “My Funny Friend and Me” Lyrics by Sting Music by Sting & Dave Hartley Performed by Sting Buy on iTunes     Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 023: Idiocracy http://www.wdibt.com/episode-023-idiocracy/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-023-idiocracy/#comments Fri, 01 May 2015 00:26:06 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=540 Continue reading ]]> 0023posterIn this episode, Ari and Dan are joined by the foremost experts in the field of Idiocraciology, Jason Klamm (Comedy on Vinyl) and Kimberley.  There are discussions on the realities foretold by Idiocracy (2006) and Mike Judge.  Also, Jay quotes Dax Shepard.  A lot.  It’s because they are so similar in their loves of money and ‘batin’.  Sit back and enjoy!

 

Opening
Buckaroo
Written by Bob Morris
Performed by Buck Owens’ Buckaroos
Buy on iTunes

Closing
Nuevos Tiempos
Written by Anthony ‘Citric’ Campos (as Anthony Campos), Rosalio Cruz and Jose Jimenez Jr.
Performed by Pueblo Café
Buy on iTunes

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-023-idiocracy/feed/ 1 1:01:35 In this episode, Ari and Dan are joined by the foremost experts in the field of Idiocraciology, Jason Klamm (Comedy on Vinyl) and Kimberley.  There are discussions on the realities foretold by Idiocracy (2006) and Mike Judge.  Also, Jay quotes Dax S[...] In this episode, Ari and Dan are joined by the foremost experts in the field of Idiocraciology, Jason Klamm (Comedy on Vinyl) and Kimberley.  There are discussions on the realities foretold by Idiocracy (2006) and Mike Judge.  Also, Jay quotes Dax Shepard.  A lot.  It’s because they are so similar in their loves of money and ‘batin’.  Sit back and enjoy!   Opening Buckaroo Written by Bob Morris Performed by Buck Owens’ Buckaroos Buy on iTunes Closing Nuevos Tiempos Written by Anthony ‘Citric’ Campos (as Anthony Campos), Rosalio Cruz and Jose Jimenez Jr. Performed by Pueblo Café Buy on iTunes Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 022: Insidious and Housebound http://www.wdibt.com/532/ http://www.wdibt.com/532/#respond Thu, 16 Apr 2015 12:00:30 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=532 Continue reading ]]> 0022posterIn this episode, Ari and Dan are joined by their friend Shannon to discuss why they bought Insidious (2010) and also why Shannon bought the kiwi made movie Housebound (2014) half an hour into watching it on Netflix.  Laughs and screams are had and, of course, there are shenanigans.  We apologize for any poorly done New Zealish accents you may encounter.

 

Opening
“Tip Toe Thru’ the Tulips”
Written by Joseph A. Burke and Al Dubin
Performed by Tiny Tim
Buy on iTunes

Closing
“Angel”
Written by Alastair Riddell (as A Riddell)
Performed by Alastair Riddell (as Space Waltz)
Buy on Amplifier.co.nz

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http://www.wdibt.com/532/feed/ 0 1:08:23 In this episode, Ari and Dan are joined by their friend Shannon to discuss why they bought Insidious (2010) and also why Shannon bought the kiwi made movie Housebound (2014) half an hour into watching it on Netflix.  Laughs and screams are had and, [...] In this episode, Ari and Dan are joined by their friend Shannon to discuss why they bought Insidious (2010) and also why Shannon bought the kiwi made movie Housebound (2014) half an hour into watching it on Netflix.  Laughs and screams are had and, of course, there are shenanigans.  We apologize for any poorly done New Zealish accents you may encounter.   Opening “Tip Toe Thru’ the Tulips” Written by Joseph A. Burke and Al Dubin Performed by Tiny Tim Buy on iTunes Closing “Angel” Written by Alastair Riddell (as A Riddell) Performed by Alastair Riddell (as Space Waltz) Buy on Amplifier.co.nz Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 021: Fantastic Mr. Fox http://www.wdibt.com/episode-021-fantastic-mr-fox/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-021-fantastic-mr-fox/#respond Fri, 03 Apr 2015 01:21:47 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=524 Continue reading ]]> 0021posterTo commemorate International Children’s Book Day, Ari and Dan discuss the Wes Anderson animated film Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) based upon the Roald Dahl book of the same name.  A discussion on how not liking this film is wrong is had.

 

 

Opening
“Petey’s Song”
Written by Jarvis Cocker, Wes Anderson, and Noah Baumbach
Performed by Jarvis Cocker
Buy on iTunes

Closing
“Let Her Dance”
Written by Bobby Fuller
Performed by The Bobby Fuller Four
Buy on iTunes

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-021-fantastic-mr-fox/feed/ 0 0:37:04 To commemorate International Children’s Book Day, Ari and Dan discuss the Wes Anderson animated film Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) based upon the Roald Dahl book of the same name.  A discussion on how not liking this film is wrong is had.   [...] To commemorate International Children’s Book Day, Ari and Dan discuss the Wes Anderson animated film Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) based upon the Roald Dahl book of the same name.  A discussion on how not liking this film is wrong is had.     Opening “Petey’s Song” Written by Jarvis Cocker, Wes Anderson, and Noah Baumbach Performed by Jarvis Cocker Buy on iTunes Closing “Let Her Dance” Written by Bobby Fuller Performed by The Bobby Fuller Four Buy on iTunes Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 020: The Hard Way http://www.wdibt.com/episode-020-the-hard-way/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-020-the-hard-way/#respond Thu, 19 Mar 2015 13:00:01 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=510 Continue reading ]]> 0020posterIn this episode Ari and Dan discuss the very eighties nineties buddy cop film The Hard Way (1991).  An examination of whether or not Michael J. Fox makes a convincing action star as well as the purpose and decline of movie novelizations is had.

 

 

Music

Opening
“Mama Said Knock You Out”
Written by James Todd Smith
Performed by LL Cool J
Buy on iTunes

Closing
“Big Girls Don’t Cry”
Written by Bob Crewe and Bob Gaudio
Performed by Frankie Valli &The Four Seasons
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Episode 019: The Incredibles http://www.wdibt.com/episode-019-the-incredibles/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-019-the-incredibles/#respond Thu, 05 Mar 2015 13:00:29 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=447 Continue reading ]]> 0019postersmAri and Dan Make a triumphant return to podcasting with the help of Comedy on Vinyl‘s Jason Klamm.  In this episode they discuss Pixar’s famous superhero movie, The Incredibles (2004).  They discuss similarly themed media, such as Watchmen (2009) and Robert Mayer’s 1977 novel Super-Folks.

 

Music

Opening
“The Glory Days”
Written by Michael Giacchino
Buy on iTunes

Closing
“Superman”
Written and Performed by Taylor Swift
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Episode 018: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home http://www.wdibt.com/episode-018-star-trek-ii-the-wrath-of-khan-and-star-trek-iv-the-voyage-home/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-018-star-trek-ii-the-wrath-of-khan-and-star-trek-iv-the-voyage-home/#respond Wed, 31 Jul 2013 05:18:09 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=432 Continue reading ]]> OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

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Ari and Dan are joined by Kimberley Reynolds to discuss their nerdy passion for everything Star Trek, specifically The Wrath of Khan (1982) and The Voyage Home (1986).  A good portion is spent comparing and contrasting with Into Darkness (2013).  Live long and prosper!

 

Music

Opening
“Star Trek IV – The Voyage Home (End Credits)”
Written by Leonard Rosenman
Buy on iTunes

Closing
“Star Trek II – The Wrath Of Khan (End Credits)”
Written by James Horner
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Episode 017: Beetlejuice and Casper http://www.wdibt.com/episode-017-beetlejuice-and-casper/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-017-beetlejuice-and-casper/#respond Mon, 22 Jul 2013 00:11:41 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=394 Continue reading ]]> Ari and Dan get spooky in this nostalgic episode when they review Beetlejuice (1988) and Casper (1995).

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Music

Opening
“Casper The Friendly Ghost”
Written by Mack David and Jerry Livingston
Performed by Little Richard
Produced by Richie Zito and Little Richard
Arranged by Richie Zito
Buy on iTunes

Closing
“Day-O”
Written by Irving Burgie (as Lord Burgess) and William A. Attaway
Performed by Harry Belafonte
Courtesy of RCA Records
Buy on iTunes

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Episode 016: When Harry Met Sally and The Story of Us http://www.wdibt.com/episode-016-when-harry-met-sally-and-the-story-of-us/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-016-when-harry-met-sally-and-the-story-of-us/#respond Wed, 10 Jul 2013 04:23:07 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=387 Continue reading ]]> In the first episode of the second season, Ari and Dan are inspired by multiple marriages to discuss the relationship heavy films When Harry Met Sally (1989) and The Story of Us (1999).

Music

Opening
“It Had to Be You”
Written by Isham Jones and Gus Kahn
Performed by Harry Connick, Jr.
Buy on iTunes

Closing
“I Get Lost”
By Eric Clapton
From the Motion Picture Soundtrack
Buy on iTunes

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Episode 015: Con Air and Die Hard http://www.wdibt.com/episode-015-con-air-and-die-hard/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-015-con-air-and-die-hard/#respond Sun, 04 Dec 2011 20:14:16 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=341 Continue reading ]]> In this episode, Ari and Dan are joined by Jason Klamm and Jennifer Smith as they review Con Air (1997) and Die Hard (1988).  ACTION, YEAH!

Music

Opening
“How Do I Live”
Written by Diane Warren
Performed by Trisha Yearwood
Buy on iTunes

Closing
“Die Hard”
By Guyz Nite
From the album Guyz Nite Meanz Everything
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Episode 014: ¡Three Amigos! and Galaxy Quest http://www.wdibt.com/episode-014-%c2%a1three-amigos-and-galaxy-quest/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-014-%c2%a1three-amigos-and-galaxy-quest/#respond Mon, 31 Oct 2011 05:42:29 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=335 Continue reading ]]> In this special episode, Ari and Dan are joined by Jason Klamm and Jennifer Smith as they review ¡Three Amigos! (1987) and Galaxy Quest (1999).  First though they recap ALL the movies that came out during the five-month accidental hiatus.  If you think they are blathering on way too long about stuff you don’t care about, you may want to fast forward to 43:00.  No joke.

Music

Opening
“Galaxy Quest”
Composed by David Newman
Performed by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra (2002)

Closing
“My Little Buttercup”
Written by Randy Newman
Performed by Chevy Chase, Steve Martin and Martin Short

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Episode 013: Shoot ‘Em Up and Knight and Day http://www.wdibt.com/episode-013-shoot-em-up-and-knight-and-day/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-013-shoot-em-up-and-knight-and-day/#comments Thu, 02 Jun 2011 05:43:17 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=333 Continue reading ]]> In this episode, Ari and Dan are joined by Julie Elbogen.  Explore the ridiculous action and fun with the movies Shoot ‘Em Up (2007) and Knight and Day (2010).

Music

Opening
“Warehouse Shootout”
Composed by Paul Haslinger
From Shoot ‘Em Up (2007)

Closing
“SOMEDAY (THEME FROM KNIGHT AND DAY)”
Written by Will i Am (as William Adams), Stacy Ferguson, George Pajon Jr. (as George Pajon, Jr.), Apl.de.Ap (as Allan Pineda)
Performed by The Black Eyed Peas
Produced by Will i Am (as will.i.am)

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Episode 012: Jane Eyre and Other Period Pieces http://www.wdibt.com/episode-012-jane-eyre-and-other-period-pieces/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-012-jane-eyre-and-other-period-pieces/#comments Sun, 29 May 2011 07:54:49 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=328 Continue reading ]]> Join Ari, Dan, and special guest Lauren Klamm as they take a circuitous path through the new Jane Eyre (2011) as well as all its other iterations then take a trip through the world of Anastasia (1997) and Pride and Prejudice and land on their faces in North and South (2004).

Music

Opening
“The Wedding”
Composed by Bernard Herrmann
Performed by the CBS Symphony Orchestra
From Jane Eyre (1944)

Closing
“The Wedding Dress”
Composed by Dario Marianelli
From Jane Eyre (2011)

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Episode 011: Meet the Robinsons and How to Train Your Dragon http://www.wdibt.com/episode-011-meet-the-robinsons-and-how-to-train-your-dragon/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-011-meet-the-robinsons-and-how-to-train-your-dragon/#respond Sat, 21 May 2011 06:00:36 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=320 Continue reading ]]> In this episode Dan and Ari pontificate on the merits of two childrens’ movies.  Travel to the future to fight dragons with Disney’s Meet the Robinsons (2007) and Dreamwork’s How to Train Your Dragon (2010).  Also Bridesmaids (2011).

Music

Opening
“The Future Has Arrived”
Written by Danny Elfman
Performed by The All-American Rejects
Arranged and Produced by Nick Wheeler and Tyson Ritter
Recorded by Karl Egsieker
Mixed by Mike Shipley

Closing
“Sticks and Stones”
Written by Jon Thor Birgisson
Performed by Jon Thor Birgisson (as Jónsi)

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-011-meet-the-robinsons-and-how-to-train-your-dragon/feed/ 0 0:59:04 In this episode Dan and Ari pontificate on the merits of two childrens’ movies.  Travel to the future to fight dragons with Disney’s Meet the Robinsons (2007) and Dreamwork’s How to Train Your Dragon (2010).  Also Bridesmaids (2011[...] In this episode Dan and Ari pontificate on the merits of two childrens’ movies.  Travel to the future to fight dragons with Disney’s Meet the Robinsons (2007) and Dreamwork’s How to Train Your Dragon (2010).  Also Bridesmaids (2011). Music Opening “The Future Has Arrived” Written by Danny Elfman Performed by The All-American Rejects Arranged and Produced by Nick Wheeler and Tyson Ritter Recorded by Karl Egsieker Mixed by Mike Shipley Closing “Sticks and Stones” Written by Jon Thor Birgisson Performed by Jon Thor Birgisson (as Jónsi) Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 010: Baseketball and Fired Up! http://www.wdibt.com/episode-010-baseketball-and-fired-up/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-010-baseketball-and-fired-up/#respond Wed, 11 May 2011 15:32:55 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=279 Continue reading ]]> Carrie Dufresne joins Ari and Dan again as they discuss the sports comedies Basketball (1998) and Fired Up! (2009).  As an FYI, they consider cheerleading a sport.

Music

Opening
“Psyched Out”
Written by Supersuckers
Performed by Supersuckers

Closing
“Tubthumping”
Written by Judith Abbot (as Judith Abbott), Bruce Duncan, Paul Greco, Darren Hammer (as Darren Hamer), Nigel Hunter, Louise Watts, Allen Whalley and Alice Nutter
Performed by Chumbawamba

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Episode 009: Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz http://www.wdibt.com/episode-009-shaun-of-the-dead-and-hot-fuzz/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-009-shaun-of-the-dead-and-hot-fuzz/#respond Wed, 04 May 2011 08:01:47 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=273 Continue reading ]]> Dan and Ari are joined by special guest Jason Klamm (Comedy on Vinyl) as they review two of their favorite movies.  Be horror-struck and then jump into some action as they review Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Hot Fuzz (2007)

Music:

Opening
“Ghost Town”
( Jerry Dammers (as Dammers) )
Performed by The Specials
Courtesy of EMI Records Limited

Closing
“Village Green Preservation Society”
Written by Ray Davies (as Raymond Davies)
Performed by The Kinks
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.

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Episode 008: Poltergeist and Paranormal Activity http://www.wdibt.com/episode-008-poltergeist-and-paranormal-activity/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-008-poltergeist-and-paranormal-activity/#respond Thu, 28 Apr 2011 03:05:50 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=263 Continue reading ]]> Dan and Ari explore the ethereal and try to free themselves from the grip of ghouls and daemons in this episode.  Tune in to hear their opinions on Poltergeist (1982) and Paranormal Activity (2007).

Music:

Opening
“Carol Ann’s Theme (End Title)”
Music by Jerry Goldsmith

Closing
“Want You Gone”
Written by Jonathon Coulton
Performed by Ellen McLain
From the game Portal 2

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Episode 007: The Scream Series http://www.wdibt.com/episode-007-the-scream-series/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-007-the-scream-series/#respond Tue, 19 Apr 2011 06:38:40 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=258 Continue reading ]]> To celebrate seeing Scream 4 (2011) opening night, Dan and Ari convince their roommate Carrie to join in on reviewing the whole series.  See how long they last before making an inappropriate comment.  The answer MAY surprise you!

Scream (1996)
Scream 2 (1997)
Scream 3 (2000)

Music:

Opening
“Red Right Hand”
Performed by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (as Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds)
Written by Nick Cave, Mick Harvey & Thomas Wydler

Closing
“Devils”
Written and Performed by Say Hi

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Episode 006: The Little Mermaid and Tangled http://www.wdibt.com/episode-006-the-little-mermaid-and-tangled/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-006-the-little-mermaid-and-tangled/#respond Thu, 07 Apr 2011 12:00:01 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=225 Continue reading ]]> In this episode Ari and Dan discuss the merits of Disney princess movies while reviewing The Little Mermaid (1989) and Tangled (2010).  Also Ari is terrified of Insidious (2011).

Music:

Opening
“Under the Sea”
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Performed by Samuel E. Wright (Sebastain)
Reprised by Wright during the end credits

Closing
“I’ve Got a Dream”
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Glenn Slater
Performed by Brad Garrett, Jeffrey Tambor, Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi,
and the Thug Chorus
Produced by Alan Menken
Arranged and Orchestrated by Michael Starobin
Recorded and Mixed by Frank Wolf
Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (BMI)/Walt Disney Music Company (ASCAP)

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Episode 005: Left Behind, Religulous, and Life of Brian http://www.wdibt.com/episode-005-left-behind-religulous-and-life-of-brian/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-005-left-behind-religulous-and-life-of-brian/#respond Thu, 31 Mar 2011 06:29:33 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=205 Continue reading ]]> In this special extra-long episode, Dan and Ari risk alienating their audience by reviewing three religiously based movies: Left Behind (2001), Religulous (2008), and Monty Python’s Life of Brian (1979).  But before all this:  Sucker Punch (2011)


Music:

Opening
“Believer (Buck’s Song)”
Written by Toby Penner & Eldon Winter
Performed by Jake

Closing
“Always Look on the Bright Side Of Life”
Written by Eric Idle
Arranged by John Altman
Sung by Eric Idle and chorus

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Episode 004: Wet Hot American Summer and Role Models http://www.wdibt.com/episode-004-wet-hot-american-summer-and-role-models/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-004-wet-hot-american-summer-and-role-models/#comments Thu, 24 Mar 2011 06:04:07 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=167 Continue reading ]]> Dan and Ari talk about two movies starring many of the members of Mtv’s The State.  Enjoy the great ensemble casts of Wet Hot American Summer (1991) and Role Models (2008).  Also they saw Paul (2011).


Music:

Opening
“Wet Hot American Dream”
Written by Peter Salett
Performed by Peter Salett
Courtesy of Dusty Shoes Music

Closing
“Love Take Me Down (to the Streets)”
Written by Charles Gansa and A.D. Miles
Performed by David Wain

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Episode 003: Hook and Peter Pan http://www.wdibt.com/episode-003-hook-and-peter-pan/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-003-hook-and-peter-pan/#respond Fri, 18 Mar 2011 03:52:45 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=159 Continue reading ]]> Ari and Dan explore their inner child and will to never grow up in this episode.  Fly and swash-buckle while they review Hook (1991) and Peter Pan (2003).

Music:

Opening
“Presenting The Hook”
Music by John Williams

Closing
“Peter Pan Main Title”
Music by James Newton Howard

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-003-hook-and-peter-pan/feed/ 0 0:58:12 Ari and Dan explore their inner child and will to never grow up in this episode.  Fly and swash-buckle while they review Hook (1991) and Peter Pan (2003). Music: Opening “Presenting The Hook” Music by John Williams Closing “Peter P[...] Ari and Dan explore their inner child and will to never grow up in this episode.  Fly and swash-buckle while they review Hook (1991) and Peter Pan (2003). Music: Opening “Presenting The Hook” Music by John Williams Closing “Peter Pan Main Title” Music by James Newton Howard Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 002: The Sixth Sense and 127 Hours http://www.wdibt.com/episode-002-the-sixth-sense-and-127-hours/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode-002-the-sixth-sense-and-127-hours/#respond Wed, 09 Mar 2011 08:03:04 +0000 http://www.wdibt.com/?p=130 Continue reading ]]> Ari and Dan see dead people drinking their own pee under a red boulder in this episode.  Sit back and listen to Dan and Ari discussing The Sixth Sense (1999) and 127 Hours (2010).

Music:

Opening
“Never Hear Surf Music Again”
(John Pugh)
Published by Rong Music (ASCAP)
Performed by Free Blood
Courtesy of Rong Music

Closing
“Run To The Church”
Written by James Newton Howard

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode-002-the-sixth-sense-and-127-hours/feed/ 0 0:57:38 Ari and Dan see dead people drinking their own pee under a red boulder in this episode.  Sit back and listen to Dan and Ari discussing The Sixth Sense (1999) and 127 Hours (2010). Music: Opening “Never Hear Surf Music Again” (John Pugh) [...] Ari and Dan see dead people drinking their own pee under a red boulder in this episode.  Sit back and listen to Dan and Ari discussing The Sixth Sense (1999) and 127 Hours (2010). Music: Opening “Never Hear Surf Music Again” (John Pugh) Published by Rong Music (ASCAP) Performed by Free Blood Courtesy of Rong Music Closing “Run To The Church” Written by James Newton Howard Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no
Episode 001: The Goodbye Girl and Megamind http://www.wdibt.com/episode001/ http://www.wdibt.com/episode001/#comments Thu, 03 Mar 2011 01:01:29 +0000 http://whydidibuythis.lordofdance.com/?p=10 Continue reading ]]> In this episode, Ari and Dan discuss the ins and outs of ownership of the movies The Goodbye Girl (1977) and Megamind (2010).

Music:

Opening
“Highway To Hell”
Written by Bon Scott, Angus Young and Malcolm Young
Performed by AC/DC
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

Closing
“My Rules / Elliot Garfield Grant”
Lyrics by David Zippel
Music by Marvin Hamlisch
Performed by Martin Short and Bernadette Peters

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http://www.wdibt.com/episode001/feed/ 2 1:03:27 In this episode, Ari and Dan discuss the ins and outs of ownership of the movies The Goodbye Girl (1977) and Megamind (2010). Music: Opening “Highway To Hell” Written by Bon Scott, Angus Young and Malcolm Young Performed by AC/DC Courtes[...] In this episode, Ari and Dan discuss the ins and outs of ownership of the movies The Goodbye Girl (1977) and Megamind (2010). Music: Opening “Highway To Hell” Written by Bon Scott, Angus Young and Malcolm Young Performed by AC/DC Courtesy of Columbia Records By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing Closing “My Rules / Elliot Garfield Grant” Lyrics by David Zippel Music by Marvin Hamlisch Performed by Martin Short and Bernadette Peters Podcast dgomiller@lordofdance.com no no