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Episode 96 - Night At The Museum feat. Alex Jones (4/2/17)  

The show receives another celebrity call as a prominent broadcaster sets the record straight about the globalist demon media. The lads then discuss Mike Pence’s Rules For Dating Mother, the sad sacks at the DNC, why American health care sucks (more on that next week) and a magical reading series from National Review’s Jay Nerdlinger about his field trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture. He did not like it. Special thanks to Tim Heidecker Here’s the Museum Nerdlinger: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/445336/permanent-february-some-personal-notes-blacksonian-national-african-american-museum

#626 w/ Danny Boyle: Top 5 Boyle Characters / FS Madness / Varda #2 - The Creatures  

TRAINSPOTTING was never a huge hit in its day, but the 1996 film made a huge impression on a generation of young film fans thanks to its visual flair, memorable soundtrack and its quartet of talented stars. That quartet - lead by Ewan McGregor’s Mark Renton - is making a surprise comeback 20 years later with the release of T2: TRAINSPOTTING. Also back: director Danny Boyle. This week on the show, Boyle sits down with Adam to talk about how he approached the sequel and contributes his own picks to the Top 5 Danny Boyle Characters. (Spoiler: they're all women.)

Also on the show, a surreal chat with Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington from Adult Swim's "On Cinema," Filmspotting Madness Round 2 results and Film Comment's Violet Lucca joins Adam and Josh for week 2 of the Agnes Varda Marathon.

0:00-2:00 - Billboard
3:45-39:01 - Danny Boyle: Top 5 Boyle Characters
Young Fathers, "Only God Knows"
40:37-1:01:17 - T2: Trainspotting / Top 5 Boyle Characters, cont
1:01:17-1:13:35 - Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington (Adult Swim's "On Cinema")
1:13:35-1:42:55 - Filmspotting Madness
Young Fathers, "Low"
1:49:17-2:00:31 - Filmspotting Madness, cont
2:00:31-2:25:44 - Varda #2: "The Creatures" w/Violet Lucca
2:25:44-2:30:22 - Close

Episode 79 - Our Values Are Under Attack feat. Tim Heidecker (2/6/17)  

The genius Tim Heidecker is on the show, we talk about Alex Jones selling out, comedy in the age of Trump, and President Hamburgler wandering around the White House in the dark with old cartoon-style pajamas and a candle. We conclude with a new entry of "True Allegiance," with a special reading from Tim as Brett Hawthorne.

(((Tim Heidecker)))  

Comedic powerhouse (((TIM HEIDECKER))), (Tim and Eric, Decker) returns to the DTFH to talk about his new album "In Glendale" and the upcoming season of DECKER.

BEST SHOW BESTS #35 – An Anonymous 'Muppets' Writer Who May Or May Not Be Tim Heidecker Calls In  

New to the Best Show? Check out Best Show Bests, the greatest hits of The Best Show! In this episode, an anonymous 'Muppets' writer who may or may not be Tim Heidecker calls in.

Gist: Tim Heidecker Is Tired of Being Meta  

His comedy dumps on the mainstream. His music is a bit more earnest.

Tim Heidecker Is Tired of Being Meta  

His comedy dumps on the mainstream. His music is a bit more earnest.

HAYES DAVENPORT! TIM HEIDECKER! COACH HAYES! COMMENTS SECTION! AT BEST SHOW!  

HAYES DAVENPORT from Hollywood Handbook live in the studio! TIM HEIDECKER calls up and tell us all about his new album IN GLENDALE! COACH HAYES recaps Tom throwing the first pitch at the Newbridge Ratmen game! The exciting conclusion of AT BEST SHOW! COMMENTS SECTIONS are dramatically read by Tom and Hayes! Plus, exciting announcements and MORE!

Director Jodie Foster, comic Tim Heidecker, Veep star Tony Hale 05/09/2016  

Director Jodie Foster on Money Monster and why acting alone isn't enough. Comic Tim Heidecker's new soft-rock album is no laughing matter. Veep star Tony Hale on satirizing politics in the age of Trump.

You're A Kite Dancing In a Hurricane  

This week, Sean Witzke and Tucker Stone talk about:

0:00:00 - 0:37:58 - Spectre (2015), directed by Sam Mendes, starring Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Cristoph Waltz, Dave Bautista, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Andrew Scott, Monica Bellucci, Jesper Christensen and Rory Kinnear.  Also discussed in this section: Sherlock, Christopher Nolan's Batman, Casino Royale, Skyfall, Green Hornet, Hateful 8, Joy, Revenant, Star Wars 7, the Point Break  remake, In the Heart of the Sea, Ron Howard, Mockingjay part 2, Transformers 4, Transformers 3, Preacher, East Bound & Down, David Gordon Green, Walking Dead, Our Brand is Crisis, Manglehorn, Joe, Prince Avalanche, Pineapple Express, Suspiria, George Washington, Danny McBride, Let The Right One In, John Landis, Spies Like Us, The X-Files, Heaven's Gate, Superman 4, Indiana Jones 4, Titanic, Sicario, Roger Deakins, Creed, The Great White Hype, Dolemite, Richard Kiel, 28 Days Later, Dr. Evil, You Only Live Twice, other Bond actors, Mission Impossible Rogue Nation, Matt Damon, the Bourne films, Idris Elba, Guardians of the Galaxy, Suicide Squad, Lethal Weapon 2, Michel Gondry, Kevin Smith, Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen, The Interview, 12 Years A Slave, Roland Emmerich, Superman, Spider-Man, Zero Dark Thirty, Baz Luhrman, Moulin Rogue, Spock, the Last Witchhunter, Last Airbender, Ride Along, Barbershop 4, Wet Hot American Summer, Kill List, First Sunday, and Passion of the Christ. 0:37:59 - 0:44:39 - China Gate (1957), directed by Sam Fuller, starring Angie Dickinson, Nat King Cole, Yves Montand, Gene Barry, Paul Dubov, Lee Van Cleef, and James Hong. Also discussed in this section: Fixed Bayonets, Children of Men, House of Bamboo, The Crimson Kimono, Fury, Forty Guns, The Third Face, Ann Nocenti, Ronin, and Frank Miller.  0:44:40 - 1:06:05 - Entertainment (2015), directed by Rick Alverson, starring Greg Turkington, John C. Reilly, Amy Seimetz, Michael Cera, Annabelle Lwin, Tye Sheridan, Tim Heidecker, and Dean Stockwell.  Also discussed in this section: The Comedy, Computer Chess, Boy, David Lynch, John Carpenter, Wim Wenders, John Hyams' Universal Soldier movies, Amour, Atonement, Mystery Science Theater, Brian De Palma, 31, 13 Days, The Fighter, I Heart Huckabees, Martin Scorsese, Paul Thomas Anderson, Lars Von Trier, Domino, Beverly Hills Cop 2, Carlos, Bend it Like Beckham, Blast From the Past, The Dead Zone, Joe Dirt, Iron Man 2, Lord of the Rings, Crimson Tide, Angel Heart, Glory, Hoosiers, and The Last Castle. Next Week: Creed. Our outro music this week: "Mountains and Sunsets" by John Bary from You Only Live Twice. And our intro, as always, is from Escape From New York. You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. For a quick look at who has been on the show before and what movies have been discussed in each episode, look at our one-page episode guide. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly criticism from Sean, Tucker, and Morgan.  You can follow the show on twittertumblr, and facebook. If you like this show, please check out Tucker’s other podcast Comic Books Are Burning In Hell (also located at TFO and here), TFO's music podcast Beat Connection with Marty Brown and Nate Patrin (at TFO and here), and Katie Skelly & Sarah Horrock’s Trash Twins (located here and here), which Sean edits. STARRING JAMES GANDOLFINI FROM LAST SUMMERS THE LAST CASTLE 
GARY THE SQUIRREL! MUPPET INSIDER T*M HEIDECK*R! I WAS LIED TO!  

Hear the first installment of: "Gary and Mike At The Movies"! Phones ring with true tales of embarrassment on the topic: I Was Lied To! Someone who may be Tim Heidecker calls in... and more!

367 Brett Gelman, Tim Heidecker, Jon Daly  

The three best friends of comedy, Brett Gelman of Married & Dinner with Family with Brett Gelman and Brett Gelman's Family, Tim Heidecker of Decker & On Cinema, and Jon Daly of Kroll Show & The Secret Life of Walter Mitty are back with bits and riffs galore on a bonus Comedy Bing Bong! Brett, Tim, and Jon reminisce of the good times they had an Italian restaurant and running into each other at the DMV before ranking comedians with Yay or Nay. Plus, Tim makes a special podcast related announcement in a CBB ‘sclusie!

67 - TIM  

TIM HEIDECKER VISITS

BEST SHOW BESTS #7 - Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington!  

New to the Best Show? Check out Best Show Bests, the greatest hits of The Best Show! In this episode, we hear an interview with Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington.

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TIM HEIDECKER and GREGG TURKINGTON! The Return of DARREN FROM WORK! The Return of SPIKE!  

The Return of Spike! Tom chats with Gregg Turkington & Tim Heidecker from Adult Swim's ON CINEMA! Darren From Work talks about the Newbridge Comedy Awards.

Episode 536 - Tim and Eric  

Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim created a comedy universe that defies easy explanation. But what Tim and Eric can explain to Marc is how they became friends and developed a signature style in unconventional ways. They also reflect on how that style is evolving as they star in a new TV series and tour the country with a live stage show. This episode is sponsored by Casper Matress, FanDuel and Audible

38: Tim Heidecker with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo  

On this week's show, comedian Tim Heidecker becomes an unconventional aerobics instructor, the Wits Game Show goes delightfully off the rails, and we hear new songs from singer/songwriters Aimee Mann and Ted Leo, who have joined forces in a super-duo called The Both.

253 Tim Heidecker, Jon Daly  

Titans of comedy Tim Heidecker and a newly Twitter verified Jon Daly are back on today's Comedy Bang! Bang! Unfortunately their friendship quickly hits the danger zone when they have conflicting opinions on Guy Fieri. Will the #230PST bros be able to overcome the bump in the road that is their friendship? You’ll have to tune in to find out!

197 Tim Heidecker, Paul Rust, Jon Daly  

Tim Heidecker is here to tell us about his new venture as Vice President of Alternative Merchandising for The Who on this week’s Comedy Bang Bang! Paul Rust is our cheesed off co-host who helps Scott demystify some American myths and brings in some brand new New No-Nos. Bill Cosby-Bukowski also drops by to talk about his love of Kroll Show, explain exactly what #230pst is, and performs a special inauguration inspired Jelloem. Plus, Tim becomes George Burns during a game of Would You Rather?

54 The Odd Life of Timothy Green  

Tim Heidecker joins us for what turns out to be a serious discussion about The Odd Life of Timothy Green. We talk about Timothy’s relationship with Baby Mila Kunis, the Titanic portrait drawing scene, and Common sizing up kids to be on a soccer team...

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