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Summonable Guys Have All The Luck
Summonable Guys Have All The Luck The mighty Mokele-Mbembe is accidentally summoned! Announcer 1 is missing! Back cave double crossing deals? Joy Behar? Weaponized Bunyips? Chistopher Walken is back for some reason? Cliff hangars out the wazoo? You know it! It's the Squatch Smasher's Season 2 Finale! Thank you for listening to Squatch Smashers. The Season 2 Finale. Why end Season 2 after only 8 episodes.? Well the reason is a secret for now but I think you will find it veryâ€¦ moving. I know I will. We will be back after something important happens. Something very moving. It will be moving for me I can tell you that. We will have some mini episodes in the meantime. Fake commercials and whatnot. Probably not vital backstory information like the last set of mini episodes. This episode was written by Darren Esler, Matt McDonald, and George Caleodis Zeke Delfour and sort of David Attenborough like announcer, Announcer 1, 2, and 3 were played by Darren Esler Vlad, Football Announcer, Mafia Announcer were played by George Pete Caleodis Elvis and Christopher Walken were played by Phil Porter Jenny the stylish steampunk robot was played by Mary Ellen Clark The Deadly Tripodis was played by Dino Tripodis Charlie Weirauch played Timmy Pillows Theme Song and Ending Credits Song by David Paige Squatch Smasher Comedy Podcast Website It's Already Been Done Presents Support Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast by donating to the tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/SquatchSmashers Find out more on the Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast website. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
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Episode 402: House Party (1990)
Jay Scott Smith and Patrick Bromley join Mike to discuss the 1990 film from writer director Reginald Hudlin, House Party. Starring Christopher Reid and Christopher Martin, AKA Kid Nâ€™ Play, the film is about a House Party and the wild shenanigans surrounding it. Itâ€™s also about a lot more than just that and weâ€™ll be discussing the ins-and-outs of the film and the four other films it inspired.