Jul 27, 2015
The first episode we recorded during Stuart's U.S.A. tour (which as of now has sadly come to an end, he's gone back to the Citadel in Australia with the War Boys), Hunter and Stu got pizza, beer, and decided to watch an old favorite that we knew John wouldn't mind missing out on. The movie we went with: Weird Al's cult opus UHF, a tribute to the bizarre corners of the TV world from back in the day. Funnily enough, film also feature two comedians that are currently hated in pop culture: Michael Richards and Victoria Jackson. Ever wondered if poodles can fly? Tune in and find out.
The wait is over, folks. We managed to trick the mad, sun-baked Australian, Stuart Baulk, into watching Mad Max: Fury Road, and the results were, um, maddening. John and Hunter are joined by returning guests Leslie Dowd of The Right Angle, and the Armenian madman himself, Garo Nigoghossian.
The MMC is officially back for 2015, kicking things off with John and Hunter discussing the life and career of David Carradine, with a specific focus on his legendary TV series, Kung Fu. Films are discussed, stories and legends are recounted, and myths are debunked (let's just say one involves a false story involving Kung Fu and Bruce Lee).
In case you missed last week's secret show with Stuart and returning guest Bill O'Keefe (aka Defend Wall St. of Soopermexican fame), be sure to check it out here, as it is a site-exclusive, and did not appear any of our feeds.
Stuart has gone to Queensland to meet the Queen, so it's just John and Hunter this week discussing the oddball posthumous Bruce Lee movie, Game of Death II, and how it's so much better than Robert Clouse's lousy Game of Death.