After a long hiatus, Lisa Tobias makes a welcome return to the
show. John decides to eat during this momentous occasion, loudly.
Yeah, totally professional. Not rude at all. :)
00:03:29 - Lisa is bummed about the end of Battlestar Galactica.
They talk briefly about Caprica.
00:06:55 - Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist is discussed. Lisa
loved it. John, not so much with the love.
00:12:28 - Is it acceptable to punch someone in the throat if they
call you "jealous"?
00:19:30 - Summer Glau + The Big Bang Theory = Awesome! General
appreciation for the Sitcom genre is also discussed, again.
00:28:42 - Ever heard of a horror movie called Midnight Meat Train?
Yeah, we thought not.
00:33:50 - Lisa enjoyed He's Just Not That Into You, despite the
off-putting, mixed message at the end.
00:37:26 - Apparently, the mixture of Cool Ranch Doritos and French
Onion Dip causes toxic air pollution. Who knew?
00:40:12 - John and Lisa highly recommend the Hyperlink film,
00:47:18 - Canada's own, Marshal writes in to the show with a
double dose of emails, prompting discussions about Alias, Dollhouse
and Dead Like Me: Life After Death.
00:55:38 - Marshal also asks about the mystery clip at the top of
the previous episode. The answer is a Kevin Smith-type film called
What Love Is.
01:05:18 - John and Lisa close out the show with discussion of
Heroes. Can it be saved, and is Bryan Fuller the best man for the
The following artists can be heard in this episode:
Billy West & John Di Maggio, Kimberly Cole, Vampire Weekend,
Mark Mothersbaugh, Band Of Horses, The Real Tuesday Weld, Barenaked
Ladies, The Avalanches, Oasis, Nine Inch Nails, Heather Nova,
Coldplay, Electric President, Organic Audio, Josh Kramon, Etta
James, Stewart Copeland, Vast, Cary Brothers, That Dog and We Are