We discuss the 2014 Oscar nominees and tell you what you need to know about the films, and also do a full review of the Dawson’s Creek Pilot episode. Also in the show we talk to Dale J. Gordon about people living outside of their means, and Jack Rooney blows us off in favor of catching some z’s
Films that were not nominated for an Oscar this year, but everybody thought they would be? The Butler with Oprah Winfrey, Tim’s Vermeer by Teller of Penn & Teller and Black Fish.
Films that were nominated for an Oscar include The Act of Killing, 20 Feet from Stardom, The Square, Cutie & the Boxer, Dirty Wars, Wolf of Wall Street, Captain Phillips, American Hustle, Dallas Buyers Club, Gravity, Philomena, Her, Nebraska and, for Best Makeup & Hairstyling, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.
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In this episode’s Ask Dale J. segment, Dale tells us about people trying to live outside of their means, and shares a story about a 4-car pileup that he witnessed today when a really fancy Cadillac Escalade ran out of gas.
Dale also happened upon a real-life hobo jumping on the back of a utility van today to hitch a free ride, and talks about trying to find new clothes that aren’t already pre-ripped or pre-soiled, saying, “These new pants have more holes and dirt on them than my old pants!”
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This is a real treat here, folks. We’re reviewing episodes of Dawson’s Creek on the show, starting with the very first episode ever of Dawson’s Creek: Season 1, Episode 1 – “Pilot”. We point out various interesting aspects of the show, including boom mics in the scenes, James Van Der Beek on Clarissa Explains it All and other interesting bits of trivia and factoids about the pilot episode of Dawson’s Creek.
Chris gets snubbed by some hipster chicks when trying to visit the real-life store they used for Screenplay Video, the video store where Pacey and Dawson work.
You’ll also hear the song “Beer Belly” from Dale J. Gordon’s album “White Trash Jazz” at the end of the show.