Two guys chew over their favorite Mamet movie - one minute at a time.
Glengarry Glen Ross Infinite Intro Trailer
Get the chalk! Glengarry Glen Ross Infinite is here!
Bill and Matt struggle to start the new podcast, much like the old podcast. Eventually, they get around to introducing how they hope to continue expounding on Glengarry Glen Ross using an advanced AI they bought at a mall kiosk.
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Finale: The WWTP Fantasy Draft Spectacular
The Write-up Guy is too forlorn and despondent about the results of the “Shelly” draft to even begin to make an effort.He would like to express his T.Hanks, though. Anyway, the fellas choose one person from each character corral and then duke it out to create one final fantasy cast. Sigh.
Minute 95: We Don’t Got No Tip Jar
Bill never slid a garter up a leg for a prom picture, nor did he ever nail a protest manifesto to a door. The fellas realize that they just sit and lie to each other to get thru the show. In the first of entirely too many WWTP’s in this episode, the fellas double dip Sam Sheppard and Scott Glenn. Matt don’t trust no-one with their own code. Bill interrupts Matt’s rendition of En Vogues’ “Never Gonna Get It.” Matt, hates having to talk Laker basketball but with Bill’s help, he gets through it. Nick Cage gets the high hat. Jeff Bridges gets high praise. The fellas discuss, as old men often do, the history and variation in personal day planners. We get a snapshot of George having his Wheaties and preparing for the work day. Ricky trusts George to let folks know where he’ll be, just like Mitch and Murray trust phone-tech Jimmy. Oh and here comes the third, and maybe the biggest WWTP thus far, John Goodman. The fellas discuss, only quasi-emotionally, the end of the film and the end of the show. In a fourth WTTP, David Strathairn then gets the same treatment that he and Matt gave that sink, that time. Bill runs us through some credit sequence tidbits and some stats and fun-facts. The fellas awkwardly get through some underwhelming “Thank you’s” and then engage in a denouement that takes entirely too long. Finally, Matt completely f***s up the end of the final episode, which he’s feeling really great about! Thanks to one and all for the most fun two guys ever had with microphones… No wait… that's probably… ahhh f**k it.
Minute 94: You Can't Floss One Tooth
Bill is a flosser from way back. The boys start the episode by giving an oft overlooked genius, and a blockbuster movie-star the WWTP treatment. Plutonium gets its day in the sun, but please, don’t keep your plutonium in the sun. Matt gets very nervous that Bill is gonna utter this actor’s name, and then, it keeps coming up. Matt is flabbergasted that the space shuttle Columbia got used more times than some of his gym socks. Bill would have no trouble ordering a fluffy squirrel on-line, in Moscow. Bill tortures Matt with more punny allusions to a Cage. Evan Fournier gets combed over. Ricky is apparently into being watched. There is a kinder, gentler, Baylen, for a moment, then a taunty, menacing Baylen comes to play. It is Euclid. Georgie boy comes back to the office refreshed and ready to get back to work. Ricky knows something, we just don’t know exactly what he knows. The fellas wind-down this episode by, discussing some the more effective and ineffective denouements in their movie preferences. A veritable inception of denouements.
Minisode 6: Best Performances
In this week’s extra-mini Minisode, the fellas pick their favorite, non-GGGR performance from each member of the unrivaled, inimitable, and vaunted cast members.It goes better than anyone could have expected.
Minute 93: Watch Me Eat?
Bill almost choked to death, and Matt enjoys being so close to his goals with such little effort. Rain Man was a wasteful a*****e. Matt explains cake numbers and Bill gets hungry. Bill loves Neptunium. Dean-o swings by to inquire about the poppies, Daddy-o. The boys sniff around classical Persian finger counting. Spidey’s web shooting sound-effect gets recreated by the jackasses, far too many times. Bill has a mini-stroke after the break. Shelly is beaming, but that won’t last. Phone Tech Jimmy is the best there ever was. Bill needs to work out his own jaw. Shelly realizes what he’s done. Lemmon acts the f**k out of this minute with practically zero dialogue. Ricky is squarely on his run o’ luck. Turns out, Baylen’s alter ego is a huge, jazz-douche. Everyone stay tuned for “Pod-iums”, Bill’s next podium-based, podcast endeavor. Matt just wants a courtesy wave. To end the Epstein, the fellas have a bit of a Katz-corner, ya know, for the Mamet.
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GGGR Great Great Great Radical!
Love you guys. I’d buy as many units as you had available. If the president of the company flew in and had additional lots pulled from the computer, I’d buy them. If my wife called the State Attorneys General, I’d tell her to stuff it and buy more land. You guys love what you do and it shows (or sounds, whatever).
Can’t have enough of these guys. If you know this movie by heart like me, you’ll laugh it along and feel like you’ve known them for years.
Okay I know I am late to the party but I just discovered the minute podcast and I can’t stop listening. Bill and Matt share so many great insights about the movie, the making of art and life in general. Any wannabe writers like me can take great lessons in their observations about what distinguishes great from pedestrian writing. Their tangents are hysterical and their banter is fun. Matt tends to poke fun of Bill more than vice versa, but the gentle barbs are always funny. Even episode is a really enjoyable, informative and fun listen.