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Slandering Others Anonymously Podcast Episode #3

The podcast is no longer a one man show, as I’m joined by my good friend Matthew Burt on this episode. The bulk of our discussion centres on the Oscars, but in true Slandering Others Anonymously fashion we manage to veer off into a number of other subjects as well.

Listen to or download the show below, and click “read more of this post” to view a complete breakdown of the topics discussed in this episode.

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Show notes:
[0:00-1:57] Intro

What We’ve Watched
[1:57-11:00] Spartan
[11:00-21:45] The Social Network

[21:45-23:23] Intro
[23:23-26:17] Melissa Leo’s f-bomb
[26:17-29:16] Kirk Douglas
[29:16-37:10] The winners: surprises, disappointments, etc.
[37:10-52:22] The Social Network vs. The King’s Speech

[52:22-1:00:12] The King’s Speech re-cut for PG-13 release

[1:00:12-1:02:00] Outro/contact info


5 responses to “Slandering Others Anonymously Podcast Episode #3

  1. Michael March 5, 2011 at 2:44 am

    Good podcast, guys. Liked it. I think it works better when it flows between two people.

    Also, you should rename the show: Open the Podcast Door, HAL

    • Mike Lake March 5, 2011 at 4:25 am

      Thanks Walls! Yep, two people definitely works better, hopefully that’s how it’ll be from here on out.

      Haha, that title is pretty genius! I reserve the right to steal it in the future. 🙂

      • michaelwalls March 5, 2011 at 7:40 pm

        Steal away!

        Your others were good too though. I look forward to listening to more topics and features.

        And co-hosts who know who David Mamet is 😉

        (Kidding, Matthew.)

  2. Matthew March 7, 2011 at 5:49 pm

    Maybe, but I’m also the noob on this podcast. And I’m content with that. I do the lion’s share of the talking on our other show.

    All’s fair in love and war….though neither exists here, I assure you.

  3. Luis Ramirez March 9, 2011 at 6:02 pm

    Good podcast. Two people conversing is definitely better than going it alone. Looking forward to hearing more.

    As for favorite Mamet directed efforts, I guide you to “Heist” with Gene Hackman and Danny Devito. I thought the acting and dialogue were top notch.

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