Tuesday, March 27th, 2012 March 28, 2012

from Natural Home Remedies· ·

The unexpected day off has led to the show returning on a bit of a strange track - not too many people would expect the show to kick off with an examination of Don Henley, Steve Miller, and nostalgic leathery white-guy rock of the mid 80s, but that's how David Walker rolls. He's an enigma. From there, we delve deeper into the world of Eddie Murphy, his accidental film career, and the versions of Star Trek IV and Batman & Robin he almost made. After a quick break in which David lays out his plans for Mike Russell's cartooning career, …



The unexpected day off has led to the show returning on a bit of a strange track - not too many people would expect the show to kick off with an examination of Don Henley, Steve Miller, and nostalgic leathery white-guy rock of the mid 80s, but that's how David Walker rolls. He's an enigma. From there, we delve deeper into the world of Eddie Murphy, his accidental film career, and the versions of Star Trek IV and Batman & Robin he almost made. After a quick break in which David lays out his plans for Mike Russell's cartooning career, we get into some more Hunger Games talk - specifically, the contingent of closet racists who unwittingly fell out of their hidey hole of hate onto twitter, face first; The nature of adaptation is explored, and David wonders if he can even watch a movie adapted from a book he's read again, which leads into a discussion on director's cuts/extended editions, and whether the majority of them are even worth the time and effort it takes to sit through them. All that, and new euphemisms for you to use in conversation, to amaze and astound your friends.

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