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Yeah, Leave It Here – Ep 3: Practical Magic

Welcome to Episode 3 of “Yeah, Leave It Here.” Today’s movie is 1998’s Practical Magic. Hear us talk about witches and curses and tequila and Dianne Wiest and why Queta loves this movie so. Also, how hot was Nicole Kidman in this? (Spoiler: … Continue reading

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Yeah, Leave It Here – Ep 2: Crazy Stupid Love

Welcome to Episode 2 of “Yeah, Leave It Here.” Today’s movie is 2011’s Crazy Stupid Love. SEE a bunch of different plots that add up to little in the way of real consequences! MARVEL at Josh Groban being a shitbag before he actually became … Continue reading

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Yeah, Leave It Here – Ep 1: Julie and Julia

Welcome to another new podcast under the Satellite Show umbrella, “Yeah, Leave It Here.” Hosted by Louis and Queta, it’s a discussion on the various movies they (usually Queta) find themselves watching over and over again on TV. First up … Continue reading

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The Mazda5 Game Project: Week 1

Welcome to the inaugural post of the Mazda5 Game Project, a limited series chronicling my experience with the shitty games preloaded on the DVD system in our new car. For more details, please refer to this primer. #7 – Table … Continue reading

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Introducing the Mazda5 Game Project

Last month, my trusty Mazda Protege was rear-ended by someone a half-block from my apartment. Seeing as it was an 11-year-old car, even the modest damage it suffered caused my insurance company to total out the Protege and pay me … Continue reading

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The World’s Biggest Horse Race

This is not a post about the films of the Oscars, since the only of those I’ve seen is Her. This is also not a review of the Oscars, which can be summarized thusly: not bad, Ellen had some fun, … Continue reading

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Movies I Finally Saw: “Martha Marcy May Marlene”

Martha Marcy May Marlene is notable for living on our DVR for approximately 6 months. We had nothing against it in advance of us watching it, we just never got around to it. It took an executive decision to start … Continue reading

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