Episode 17

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4th Jan 2020

EP. 17 - Death To Smoochy (2002)

Happy New Year 2020!

Josh and Zak talk about "Death to Smoochy"-

Tells the story of Rainbow Randolph (Robin Williams), the corrupt, costumed star of a popular children's TV show, who is fired over a bribery scandal and replaced by squeaky-clean Smoochy (Edward Norton), a puffy fuscia rhinoceros. As Smoochy catapults to fame - scoring hit ratings and the affections of a network executive (Catherine Keener) - Randolph makes the unsuspecting rhino the target of his numerous outrageous attempts to exact revenge and reclaim his status as America's sweetheart.

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Duckin' the Usher
A weekly talk about films you wouldn't pay to see
On Duckin' the Usher, Josh and Zak will discuss movies you wanted to see... but did not pay to view at the theater. Ranging from cult classics, sleeper hits, total flops, and the hidden gems that you may have forgotten existed at all! We delve into the facts, troubles, and triumphs of the production while - hopefully - providing the listener an entertaining, educated, and enlightened experience as we take you on a roller-coaster of nostalgia.

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Joshua Stenkamp

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Joshua Stenkamp hails from a small city in Central Florida. He has been a professional magician, actor, performance instructor and jack of all trades. In addition to magic Josh is an accomplished live event host and has a deep knowledge of useless information ranging from movies, television, music and theatrical arts (he is a walking talking Google).

Zak Fisher

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Zachery W Fisher was born and raised in Central Florida near the “House of Mouse” and is a lifelong fan of all things geek culture.
He’s worked as a body piercer, bartender, server and various other occupations. Always with an interest in the arts he was a member of his high school drama club and even briefly fronted a metal band. He brings with him a vast well of interesting tidbits from comics, movies, sci-fi, video games and TV. Never one to duck a conversation he’ll take any opportunity to inform, entertain or otherwise engage.