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Eric & Molly are Back! And they brought Brad. They are biting the bullet for an Escape from LA Watch-A-Long!
The end credits end, and Eric and Molly look back on the show and give out guest awards.
What's the difference between craft services and meals? What's it like living near a location shoot? What future New York Met appears in the end credits? Listen to this episode to find out. Guest: Daniel Gehen, the Chock Full O' Nuts contest
As the end credits keep rolling, we realize a lot of the people who worked on the movie are long-time John Carpenter collaborators. Guest: Brian Campus
Interesting facts are shared about the cast and crew as the end credits continue. Guest: Alex Thompson
The President plays the all-important tape for the all-important summit, but it turns out Snake swapped it for swing music. Then the movie fades out and the end credits begin. Guest: Alex Thompson
Hauk offers Snake a job, which Snake isn't even remotely interested in. Guest: Alex Thompson
Snake wants only one thing from the President for rescuing him - an answer to a simple question. Guest: Jon Bampton
The countdown clock hits zero, and Snake is still alive. Also, our guest talks about being the inventor of the replica countdown clock wrist watch. Guest: Jonathan Zufi
Snake makes it over the wall and has the mini bombs in his arteries neutralized. Also, our guest talks about being the writer of the Escape From New York comic book. Guest: Christopher Sebela
The President saves the day when he blows away The Duke. Guest: Ryan Clarey
The President is pulled up and over the wall, but The Duke prevents Snake from also escaping. Guest: Ryan Clarey
Maggie tries to shoot The Duke, but instead is killed when he runs her over with his car. Guest: Ryan Clarey
Rodger Bumpass is the voice of Squidward. But he also is one of the dancers in the Broadway show scene in Escape From New York. He joins Eric and Molly to discuss that scene, plus Spongebob Squarepants and some other voice roles in his long car
Instead of continuing to try to escape with Snake, Maggie stays behind to try to avenge Brain's death. Guest: Pete Wright
Major deaths fill the minute - first Cabbie, then Brain. Guest: Pete Wright
The taxi hits a mine and blows in half. Guest: Pete Wright
Nicholas James has a long career in sound that includes a lot more than being the foley editor on Escape From New York. He joins Eric and Molly to discuss the interesting way he got into the industry, Terminator 2, Starship Troopers, Total Reca
Snake starts driving across the 69th Street Bridge. Also, a discussion breaks out about when kids should start watching R-rated movies. Guest: Maddie Deutsch
Cabbie arrives in the nick of time to help Snake and the crew get away, and also reveals he has the all-important tape. Guest: Maddie Deutsch
Snake and the crew have a peculiar type of car trouble. Guest: Maddie Deutsch
Snake is the only one not exhausted after walking down to the World Trade Center lobby, and Brain once again talks his way out of a jam. Guest: Jason Stephens
Snake reaches the roof of the World Trade Center, only to find himself in the middle of a battle, and the Gullfire being tossed over the edge. Guest: Jason Stephens
The crowd takes off after being told Brain took the President, and Snake goes back to the World Trade Center. Guest: Jason Stephens
The crowd starts chanting Snake's name, and The Duke is made aware Brain took the President. Also, the episode goes completely off the rails after Molly disgustingly admits she likes pineapple on pizza. Guest: Sean German
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