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This show also known as: Oh It Burns, Burns So Good.

Things more interesting than Coyote Ragtime Show: storage ottomans, new computers, Metro 2033, Cheeseburgers with eggs on it, Australian Cuisine (wallabes), Portuguese rolls, Mr. Mister, who founded Google, spoilers for The Prestige, David Bowie, and audio going out of sync towards the end for reasons I can’t discern.

Music Selection: IN THE ANIME SERIES ELFEN LIED?????

This show is about:

MAKE SURE YOU WATCH THIS MOVIE BEFORE LISTENING TO THIS PODCAST BECAUSE APPARENTLY THE FIRST THING THAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU MENTION TELEPORTATION IS THE PERSON YOU’RE TALKING TO SPOILS THIS MOVIE FOR YOU.

  • Onomarchus

    Wow. I haven’t listened to this yet, but it’s pretty bad when your spoiler warning for a movie spoils the movie all by itself.

  • Sugar-Chan

    David Bowie and Iman are the undisputed King and Queen of the universe. I’m not sure you knew that, but I figured I should fill you in.

  • the joel

    The fact that the Prestige includes teleportation isn’t really a spoiler.

  • steven

    An iron baby, if brought up in the right environment and stays away from bad elements with forged resolve, may some day become a steel samurai.

  • Kamon

    When I was a kid, we had the Beverly Hills Cop Theme single on LP. For some reason it had Kyrie Eleison on the B-side. Back then (I must have been six or seven years old at the time) I always thought they were singing about “carrying a laser down the road that I must travel/through the darkness of the night” which always sounded really awesome to me.

    Good times.

    I’m sure it’s still in my parents’ LP collection somewhere. I should try to hunt it down some time.

  • wayintothe7thart

    “An iron baby, if brought up in the right environment and stays away from bad elements with forged resolve, may some day become a steel samurai” – Steven

    And then he will fight a Wolverine.

  • Railith

    Dave and Joel’s Fast Food for the Gentleman is fantastic and should go on longer.

  • Eustace

    “Dave and Joel’s Fast Food for the Gentleman is fantastic and should go on longer.”

    I second this motion.

  • Kyrie Eleison is in Greek phrase used often alongsides the Latin Language. The Elfen Lied opener song, “Lilium”, sung by Kumiko Noma is sung in Latin with he exception of that phrase.

  • Second you mentioned beefburgers I had to search:

    http://www.random-good-stuff.com/2007/08/10/the-worlds-biggest-beef-burger-competition/

    Also beefburger with fried egg? That’s seperate right? No way that would taste good together in the same bun.

  • The Joel

    At least part of the joke for me was that the cause for my outrage completely ignored the millenia-old meaning of kyrie eleison and emphasized a Mr. Mister song.

    This is not the actual video but it is terrible and awesome:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=belrNpqqA2g

  • Not enough 80s Kung-fu treachery. Here is the original music video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNKbHJ3PTu4

  • Ian

    This one is all over the place and I love it. Good stuff, though I’ll admit that I could watch CRS despite it’s obvious attempts to parody/homage(re: steal) other genre/character elements it had a few fun moments and in the end I guess that’s mostly what I expect from a cartoon.