Podcast #74 – The Bacon: Why Was This Popular? + Golden Globes

With Skelton down with holiday plague, sommelier Stephen Falk takes fellow Film Pig Todd Robert Anderson on a sophisticated journey of wines, inexplicably acclaimed movies, Golden Globes, and much more on this special presentation of The Bacon. Also, they talk about going to a strip club in the Valley like a couple of creepy dads.

This time, on a very special episode of The Film Pigs Podcast:

  • Intro
  • Host Stephen Falk presents The Bacon: Why Was This Popular? + Golden Globes
  • Outro

5 thoughts on “Podcast #74 – The Bacon: Why Was This Popular? + Golden Globes”

  1. When thinking about something that was wildly popular that I hated the first thing I can think of is THE HANGOVER.

    I still don’t get why people thought that movie was funny. Everyone was talking about Galifinakis like he was the next Bill Murray and all I saw was a deadpan man-child act.

    I’m sure more examples will come to me but that’s the one that screams the loudest.

      1. Feeling much better, thanks. Few years back, Sunday afternoons were a relaxing double-bill of Stargate Atlantis/Farscape reruns. Now they’re both on Hulu.

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