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Episode 152 – Kingsman: The Secret Service & Fifty Shades of Grey

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On Episode 152 of See You Next Wednesday, Greg and Dan spy on Kingsman: The Secret Service while Casey gets tied up in Fifty Shades of Grey. Then they tackle Beyonce‘s self titled 2014 release and (mostly) enjoy the current art pop aesthetic in hip hop and RnB.

All this plus talk of Cameron Crowe‘s trailer for Aloha, talk about the Saturday Night Live anniversary special, reviews of Dogfight, Better Off Dead, The One I Love, and PRIDE in The Itty Bitty Tidbit Committee, plus a run-down of another Season 2 Beverly Hills episode in 9021Oh Yeah! Relay!

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  • David Followes

    I’m no Uwe Boll fan, but Bloodrayne is an awesome gorefest! The gore is all practical effects. People get split in two down the middle… need I say more?

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  • Joseph J. Finn

    Oh, in a good way! (And you’re damn right about how good Moss is in it.)

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  • See You Next Wednesday

    In a good or bad way?!

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  • Joseph J. Finn

    Dang it, now I have to think more about that Love ending. Now I’m not sure about it at all.

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  • See You Next Wednesday

    James: Good call on the spoiler alert alert, we’ll do that in the future. Also, good call on the BB/Louie comparison. I am already crazy about this show.

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  • James Cain

    Also Casey, does Saul feel to you like Breaking Bad with a side of Louie?

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  • James Cain

    It’s always tough when you guys go on a spoiler ride because it’s tough to know whether it’s one quick point or a long conversation, but those points/conversations definitely need to be in there. Any consideration for putting the spoiler run on the podcast page in the description?
    Example:
    “The Smurfs 2 – spoiler discussion from 58:23 to 1:02:12”

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