Episode 245

Warren gives a thumbs down to Canadian tourists, Jordan gives the finger to a pair of hitchhikers, & Chris gives a hand to Lady Dynamite.

We get on the same stink cycle, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Updates & Corrections

The movie with Joe Pesci where is a homeless man at Harvard is “With Honors”

That actor from Lady Dynamite that plays Maria’s manager Bruce Ben-Bacharach is Fred Melamed.

 

Show Notes

Lady Dynamite 

 

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Episode 244

This week it’s an explosive expose on one of the most lurid aspects of rock music:  bookkeeping.  Hot off a successful fundraising campaign for their band, Warren and Jordan bore Chris to tears as they talk revised budgets, expense receipts & credit card user fees.

We can’t hear of an avocado that is a person, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Updates & Corrections

The hat Warren was thinking of was the Greek Fisherman’s Hat.

Axhandle got his film title wrong. The film about East German police listening in to peoples lives is “The Lives of Others”.

 

Show Notes

Oliver! – You’ve Got To Picket A Pocket Or Two

 

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Episode 243

Warren get his head hunted, Jordan gives us a heads up on internet shopping, & Chris keeps his head on a swivel in bum town.

We’re too focused on Saskatoon Berry, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Updates & Corrections

The Revenant won the Academy Award for Best Director, Best Actor & Best Cinematography.

 

Show Notes

Abbotsford Police – Police Brutality Incident

 

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Episode 242

He eats garbage! He murders teen age girls for pie! He doesn’t want to know anything about sand people!

Come one! Come all! Come see Toren “Strangles Heartwater” Atkinson’s return to Horsingham Downs and hear tell of maggot infested roasts, Force ghost rollcall & G-rated hobbies.

Everybody’s Bothan Around, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Updates & Corrections

The main difference between a caulk and a sealant is elasticity. Caulks are fairly rigid when dry, and are intended for use in areas with minimal expansion and contraction. Sealants are made from flexible material–most commonly silicone–making them ideal for areas prone to expansion and contraction.

The European Union was formed on November 1, 1993.

The symbol for English pounds (currency) derives from a capital “L”, representing libra, the basic unit of weight in the Roman Empire, which in turn is derived from the Latin name of the same spelling for scales or a balance. The pound became an English unit of weight and was so named because it originally had the value of one tower pound (~350 grams) of fine (pure) silver.

 

Show Notes

The Beachcombers

 

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Episode 241

Hot Dog Updates!  Bahn Mi Updates!  Pie Updates!

All the food that’s fit to print gets updated this week as professional tennis player Toren “Strangles Heartwater” Atkinson joins the chaps to talk Crocodile Sex, Nazi Planes and Chest Rocks.

We’re out skiing water on a moat, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Updates & Corrections

The Canadian animated television show The Raccoons ran for six seasons airing sixty episodes.

 

Show Notes

Elton JohnCrocodile Rock

 

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Episode 240

Warren has the stupidest nightmare, Jordan dreams of being an airplane & Chris fills the gaps with white noise.

The news is for stupid people, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Updates & Corrections

The Asian anchor on CBC that Flat Cap was referring to is Andrew Chang.

The cinematographer for Hateful Eight was Robert Richardson.

The Øresund Bridge connects Copenhagen, Denmark with Malmö, Sweden.

The actual title for Canadian film involving two police detectives is Bon Cop, Bad Cop.

The curling movie Jordan was referring to was Men With Brooms.

The Tomahawk Barbecue has been active in North Vancouver since 1926.

 

Show Notes

The Thing (1982) – Grenade Scene

 

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Episode 239

You can eat it. You can take it home. You can sell it on the street for heroine. Charles “Bindle Stiff” Mair is back this week to talk chalky chocolate, fractional reserve banking systems & vending machines glory.

We’re throwing out a lot of stale stuff, this week on Horsetrack Hooligans.

 

 

Updates & Corrections

KISS Unmasked came out in 1980.

The vaccination mark on shoulders is typically a smallpox vaccination. The reason smallpox vaccination left such a distinctive scar is that the hallmark of this disease is that it forms really horrible skin pustules that leave some pretty hideous scarring. The vaccine typically made just 1 small pustule, at the site of injection, which left that distinctive round scar.

The Trailer Park Boys was filmed in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

John Burdett’s novels featuring the character Sonchai Jitpleecheep take place in Bangkok, Thailand.

In December 2010, the Canadian branch of Columbia House went into bankruptcy, and its websites began redirecting visitors to a letter of explanation from the companies’ trustees in bankruptcy

The movie involving cell phones mentioned by Bindle Stiff featuring Kim Bassinger is Cellular, not Cell Phone.

The comedy film featuring Abe Vigoda mentioned by Bindlestiff was likely the film Crime Spree. However, it did not feature Chris Kattan.

The actor from Smallville who also voiced The Flash is Michael Rosenbaum, not Michael Rosenberg as Axhandle initially claimed.

“Wibbly wobbly… time-y wimey… stuff” was initially said by the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) in the 2007 episode Blink.

ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps so the ‘C’ stands for Corps.

The latest film by Stephen Chow is The Mermaid (2016).  It is the highest grossing film of all time in China.

 

Show Notes

Way To Go You Movie! – Night Shift

 

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