TGB Episode 84: Boners With Heart? (Guest: Comedian DC Pierson)
by Tim Buel
November 10, 2011
On this week's episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim & Jeremy are joined by comedian/actor/writer DC Pierson (@DCPierson) of Derrick Comedy to go over their Picks of the Week, the newest DVD & Blu-Ray releases, chat about new trailers for Denzel Washington's Safe House and the remake of 21 Jump Street, and much more. The main topic of the night was a discussion on dumb comedies and their place in cinema, in honor of Jack and Jill hitting theaters this weekend. The guys talk about if they serve any purpose other than financial gain and if they've ever enjoyed any of these stupid comedies. (See our new iTunes image!)
The Golden Briefcase is also broadcast LIVE on Wednesday nights starting ~7:30PM PST. You can listen in via our Ustream page or by visiting our own live page right here on FS. The podcast is just as fun to listen to live while it's being recorded, with plenty of special guests, so I suggest you tune in the next time it records!
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Previous Episode: The Offbeat Holiday (Guest: FSR's Cole Abaius)
DC Pierson: @DCPierson
Picks of the Week:
Pick of the Week: 4:05
New Releases: 22:00
Trailer Watch: Safe House: 32:24
Trailer Watch: 21 Jump Street: 36:54
Topic of the Night: Stupid Comedies: 43:29
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Another GREAT podcast fellas. I apologize for not being at the live shows lately, but I am currently living in China, and they do not allow UStream here. But rest assured, I have been listening every week to your stellar show. Keep up the good work! To Tim, I have been voraciously absorbing SUPERNATURAL, and yes it is one outstanding fantasy show, have you ever done a podcast on it? Right now I am on the beginning of Season Five, well episode one to be honest. I don't know why I didn't watch this show from the start. It has everything a fantasy/scifi lover needs: good acting, great story, and convoluted plots for days! Regarding BREAKING BAD, HOLY SH*T! What a terrific piece of programming! On par, with anything HBO has put out, and arguably the best show basic* cable has ever produced! Amazing how I didn't watch this show from the beginning (like SUPERNATURAL. *grumpf*) Cranston well deserved those Emmys, as his acting is tack sharp in each and every episode. Paul is also an extreme talent, and seeing him MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 3 (as Cruise's love-interest's brother) was a shock. Season 4 was some of the best storytelling I have ever been witness to. And although I cannot sing its praises enough, it still will not topple my all-time favorite TV show, DEADWOOD.
DAVIDPD on Nov 18, 2011
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