May
04

BMFcast123 – S.H.I.E.L.D.’s HR Department

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Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1998) wraps up the Before Marvel F*cking Cared About Standards Trilogy previously presented by Stan Lee.* The Hoff takes on the challenging role of the one eyed man with a plan. Lisa Rinna effortlessly manages to annoy the ever loving piss out of us by being the worst agent in the history of espionage.

Second half we take a voicemail and some email. What an original idea huh? We also talk Asylum & Roger Corman movies, GI Joe: Rise of Cobra, Rango, The People Vs. George Lucas, Thor and Captain America. Enjoy!

 

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  1. Strelnikov says:

    You friggin’ geeks….

    I sent you an email and a phone call a fortnight ago; you never ran either.

  2. Maki Maki says:

    We cut it for time. If you want to get on the show you have to be concise, and 2000 word e-mails are not concise.

  3. MusiM says:

    So you’ve never given it to me straight: Have you seen The Return of the Incredible Hulk? If you enjoyed all the bits with Thor out of his element in then you probably should check it out.

  4. Strelnikov says:

    “We cut it for time. If you want to get on the show you have to be concise, and 2000 word e-mails are not concise.”

    Yes, but you never gave it a word like “Strelnikov wrote again but it was too long” or something.

  5. Chuck says:

    The explanation that it was cut for time was also cut for time.

  6. Strelnikov says:

    “The explanation that it was cut for time was also cut for time.”

    Cute, but still bullshit.

  7. Maki Maki says:

    Don’t take it personally. We edit segments out of almost every single episode. Sometimes it’s one of us talking about seeing an older movie. Sometimes it’s a tangent that’s not pertinent. Sometimes it’s a voicemail that doesn’t yield good discussion. Sometimes it’s us just talking about something that isn’t funny and/or interesting. There are plenty of reasons, and taking the time to point out that we removed them only draws more attention to the fact that we removed them.

    We read every e-mail we get and listen to each voicemail. We appreciate that people listen to us and take the time to send mails our way. We just can’t always get them into the published episode, unfortunately.

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