Tom takes a vacation within a vacation, so we talk about the Hateful Eight for quite some time. Turns out Tim isn’t a fan. Though if you like long movies with intermissions, this is basically your only option.
Lammers is in the spotlight today with almost the entire episode dedicated to him. Not for any particular reason, it just happened to end up that way. Hey, we’re not complaining; it’s a nice change of pace from the world in general.
If you’re a movie lover, find another hobby for the time being. But if you love paying bills, then you’ve found the right passion.
Mary has a new album out called Pig Woman. If you want to know why, then you’re in luck, because she explains it in graphic detail. Not quite as graphic as some of the shows Tim’s been watching, but close.
Pan hasn’t been getting very good reviews. And speaking of Pan, remember Hook? And speaking of Hook, remember Robin Williams? We managed to stay on topic for most of the rest of the episode once we got to Robin and his tragedy-filled life. Hooray!
We somehow get onto the topic of colonoscopies and drugs, both simultaneously and not. Luckily we had a lawyer in studio.
Cy has done what he’s always done and shown up with no warning. Thus Tim’s movie reviews has become Tim and Cy’s movie reviews. And you know what that means: Cinderella and Peter Pan.
From now on the Tom Barnard Show will cost $15,000 a week to listen to. If they can charge that for psoriatic arthritis, why can’t we? But just for you, the person reading this, we’ll keep it free as a loyalty reward.
We’ve decided that we’re now the official post show of the Emmys. Don’t listen to anyone else. The fact that we spend the entire show badmouthing it may hurt our chances of becoming sanctioned, but if they like anything over in Hollywood it’s new concepts, right?