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Here on the Large Marge Sent Us podcast, Sweety and Sweetie are our names and nostalgia is our game! Once a week (or more if you're lucky!) we watch movies from the 80s and 90s that shaped our childhoods

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Episode 85: The Silence of the Lambs
<p>It's October, so we thought we'd do a few movies that scared the crap out of us as wee ones. First up is 1991's Silence of the Lambs and we hope we don't need to tell you that this movie is....amazing. A rare psychological thriller/horror film that won an Oscar, we first watched this in its edited version on TV. And when that magical time came when we watched the full version...boy were we confused. So join us as we discuss: how utterly fantastic Jodie Foster is, how Hannibal Lecter is the sweetest serial killer we know, and hear our new smash hit, "I don't want no seed pods" </p> <p> </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p> <p> </p>
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Episode 84: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
<p>Rejoice! Our first trilogy is complete! We watched Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and then cried because there are none left now (That's right, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull does NOT count!) Released in 1989, The Last Crusade brings together the powerhouse duo of Harrison Ford and Sean Connery and provides so many comedic moments that it's almost hard to count. Join us as we discuss our favorite parts, our favorite lines AND hear Sweetie sing her new favorite song: the Third Reich anthem (just kidding!) (but actually that is a catchy tune goddamn you Nazis.) Plus, catch a first listen of our new track "The Penitent Man (Kneel)" courtesy of Sweetie Records.</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Bonus Episode! Sweetie was on Jeopardy!!!
<p>Today we're bringing you a very special bonus episode! As you know our very own Sweetie was on Jeopardy this past week and we can finally talk all about it! Listen as Sweetie spills all the deets on her Jeopardy experience including: the audition process, what meeting Alex was like and how frickin nervous she was! We'll answer questions posed by our Twitter followers and Sweetie will finally tell you all what the hell was up with that damn buzzer!!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. </p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p> <p> </p>
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Episode 83: My Girl 2 (Sequels September #6)
<p>Guys. It's our last Sequels September! We closed it off with a truly sweet sequel--My Girl 2! Released in 1994, My Girl 2 picks up the endearing story of Vada Sultenfuss now in her teenage awkward years, as she embarks on a quest to find out more about her mother in Los Angeles. While not as sad as the first one, My Girl 2 still delivers a healthy dose of tears, mostly in the form of Vada's mother singing the best rendition of 'Smile' EVER. So grab those tissues again and hear us talk about random things like that time we discovered that our father had been married before (gasp!), the magical story of how Ron and Carol first met, and hear us sing the first song that comes to mind in a little game we like to call, "Your friends awkwardly make you sing a song at a picnic...go!" </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 82: Grease 2 (Sequels September #5)
<p>Nearly done with September Sequels! Tonight we tackle our first sequel musical and man, we gotta say, Grease 2 is NOT the word.  From 1982, Grease 2 stars Michelle Pfeiffer and Rex Manning and some D list T-Birds and Pink Ladies.  Grease 2 has all the high school musical shenanigans - bowling alley dance parties, bad sexual euphemisms, bunker seductions that go bust, a talent show that gets side tracked by a sad sack drama queen and don't forget the world's worst rip off of Danny Zuko we've ever seen.  Sorry, we're being harsh.  Grease 2 provides a ton of nostalgia and it's a great bad movie that we'll cherish till our dying day.  We'll review all the good bad songs, let Sweetie do a timed 1 minute rant about Adrian Zmed, and talk about who are favorite season is from the Calendar Girls musical number.  Cool rider baby. Cool rider.  </p>
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Bonus Episode: The Disney Afternoon
<p>Remember The Disney Afternoon?! You'd come home from school, grab your snack and plop yourself down in front of the TV to watch the most magical few hours of Television programming that ever existed....The Disney Afternoon! In this episode, we'll cover three of our favorites: Gummi Bears, Duck Tales, and Rescue Rangers and debate about which was our fave and why. We'll sing the theme songs at the top of our lungs and go off on a weird tangent about cereal. Come on and get cozy with us!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 81: Wayne's World 2 (Sequels September #4)
<p>Next up in Sequels September is Waynes World 2 aka WW2 which as true Wayne's World's fans know, does NOT mean World War 2. Released in 1993 only a year after the previous film, WW2 picks up also a year later and finds Wayne and Garth moved out of their parents house and trying to make it in the real world as true 'adults'. Join us as we discuss a never ending list of Sweetie Confusions and discover that Sweetie is still very much confused about a few of them. We'll also look up some celebrity riders (cough cough Mariah Carey), and talk about how Aerosmith had a strange resurgence in the 90s. </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 80: Gremlins 2 (Sequels September #3)
<p>Our next stop on the Sequels September train is the followup to the 1984 horror/comedy classic Gremlins.....that's right...Gremlins 2. Picking up again with Billy Peltzer and now fiance Kate, Gremlins 2 takes the Gremlins and places them smack dab in the middle of NYC, wreaking havoc on a suped up 90s technological superbuilding! What could go wrong? Straight talk you guys, this movie is NOT good, but we friggin loved it when we were kids. So join as we discuss: why we loved it so, what scenes scared us the most, and hear the classic tale of how Sweetie gets horribly confused and cannot tell the difference between Marathon Man, The Running Man, and Blade Runner.</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSent</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
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Episode 79: Look Who's Talking Too (Sequels September #2)
<p>Our next Sequels September flick is the followup to Look Who's Talking....aptly titled Look Who's Talking Too and damn it we love it. How can you go wrong with babies voiced by Bruce Willis, Roseanne Barr AND Damon Wayans....HOW?!?!?! OK so it's not an Oscar contender...but Mr. Toilet man is voiced by Mel Brooks you guys. Mel Brooks! So join us as we discuss some classic Sweetie segments, talk about our favorite NYC moments, and hear us sing a lot of really great songs because wouldn't you know it...this movie has a kick ass soundtrack (again!) We're all shook up over our strange love of Look Who's Talking. Sorry not sorry! </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 78: The Neverending Story 2 (Sequels September #1)
<p>It's time for SEQUELS SEPTEMBER! A whole month where we cover amazing (but probably terrible sequels)! First up is the 1990 Sequel to the 80s classic The Neverending Story. Starring a young Jonathan Brandis, The Neverending Story 2 is...........pretty awful, but for some reason we remembered it fondly. Picking up sometime in the near future, Bastian is now a really annoying, horrible kid afraid of high diving who travels back to Fantasia to save the Childlike Empress (again) from 'The Emptiness" aka "The Nothing Part 2". Join us as we discuss: Xaida's (sp?) cool fashion sense, Bastian and Atreyu's weird forced friendship and hear Sweetie recount a story about that time Sweety missed Power Rangers and cried. Good times guys. Good times.</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. </p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Bonus Episode: Nick Arcade
<p>It's time for another Bonus Episode! This time we're taking you back to the early 90s game show Nick Arcade. A technical marvel for the 90s, Nick Arcade put two teams of kids against each other as they battled for a chance to compete in the elusive Video Zone----a massive blue screen (green screen?) that allowed the contestants to be players in a video game. Join us as we discuss the strange pop quizzes (guess what's in this vice?) (Weird AF.), why Phil Moore was da bomb.com, and how we finally got to see what it was like behind the scenes of the Video Zone. Game on bitches.</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargetSentUs</p>
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Episode 77: My Girl
<p>Get your box of tissues ready, we're tackling one of the saddest movies on the planet....My Girl! Released in 1991, My Girl gives us a tour of Vada Sultenfuss's summer as an 11 year old girl coming of age in 1972. We'll talk about hard hitting subjects like: life and death, blue eye shadow (is there such a thing as too much?) (Answer: YES), why Bingo is a great game but also sometimes scary, and of course, Tubas---- The #1 instrument you probably shouldn't adopt as a recreational hobby. Bonus! Everyone's favorite segment 'Call Carol" returns! WARNING we talk about periods at the end. Also get over it though. </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
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Episode 76: Clue
<p>Get ready because we're bringing you THE best ever board game to movie adaptation on the planet....Battleship. Just kidding! Like we'd give two and a half shits about that trash. We're talking about Clue! The whodunit classic from 1985 that brought to life one of our favorite board games to play at boring family functions! Starring the ever amazing Tim Curry, Clue taught us that communism was only a red herring and ALSO that scarlet is actually red and not a nice teal green as Miss Scarlet's dress would have you believe. So join us for a rousing discussion on our favorite board games and hear Sweetie get in the weeds about who the cutest boy on the Dream Phone cards is.</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 75: Sneakers
<p>Sneakers is the most underrated movie that came out of 1992 and we'll fight anyone to the death who thinks otherwise! People, this movie is the shit and not just because it has one of the best ensemble casts ever created - Robert Redford, Sidney Poitier, Dan Ackroyd, Ben Kingsley, River Phoenix, David Strathairn, James Earl Jones, NED RYERSON (Steven Tobolowsky) - but because it's about cool spying, hacking stuff, has an amazing score, and affirms the fact that you don't need sight to be a bad ass bitch. So if you haven't seen this movie yet - RENT IT - and then listen to our awesome podcast where we mostly just get boners talking about how great this movie is, why Ben Kingsley has 10 different accents, how Robert Redford is still a hottie, and why computer hacker movies are a lost art.  TOO MANY SECRETS.</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. </p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p> <p> </p>
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Episode 74: Back to the Future Part II
<p>This week we decided to leave the movie watching decision up to the fans and you picked: Back to the Future Part II! Released in 1989, the 2nd installment in Marty McFly's time traveling saga, takes us to the year 2015 and delivers the kind of futuristic excitement that only a movie made in the 80s could bring. And although we never got flying cars, auto-sizing clothes, power laces, OR a real hoverboard--we still love the sheer awesomeness that is an 80s version of 2015. Join us as we talk about the movie phenomena of kids looking exactly like their parents, how we were super spooked by the chaos strewn streets of the alternate 1985, and hear us exclaim about how we're basically stuck in an alternate version of 2017 right this very moment only instead of Biff running the world, we got Drumpf. So  put your lithium setting on high, we're going....forward in time! (And then back again) (and then back again again)</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 73: Mrs. Doubtfire
<p>IT'S OUR ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!!! We celebrated by drinking wine through straws, buying gross as fuck hair extensions from the dollar store AND watching Mrs. Doubtfire! NOT THE WORST DAY IN THE WORLD! Probably one of Robin William's most beloved films, released in 1993, Mrs. Doubtfire taught us all about divorce and what not to do in the event you aren't awarded joint custody of your children. Join us as we talk about the hijjinks that were involved when we tried to see this film in theaters in 1993, how this film could never be made today because it's a bit transphobic, how Stewart, while aggressively hot needs to fucking cool with his triple twist dive (that may or may not be a skating term), and we'll do a much deserved ode to Robin Williams, RIP. Thank you amazing fans for bringing us to one year!  </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 72: Bedknobs and Broomsticks
<p>It's time for another musical! Join us as we re-watch Bedknobs and Broomsticks and realize that it probably should have been called 'Mary Poppins But Not As Good". Released in 1971, B-knobs and B-sticks, stars the always adorable Angela Lansbury and Mr. Banks himself David Tomlinson and combines cartoons with live action for another thrilling magical adventure. We'll talk about many fascinating things including: why jerk face Charlie is essentially one of those pricky Gallagher brothers from Oasis, which songs and scenes are our favorite, and the thrilling tale of how a Jamaican steel drum band ends up on Portobello Road.  Grab your broomstick and mangy old sick cat and come get witchy with us!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 71: The Temple of Doom
<p>Today we return to the magical land of Indiana Jones, as we dive into our least favorite of the Indy trilogy (no, we do not count Kingdom of the Crystal Skullz) The Temple of Doom! Released in 1984, is actually a prequel to Raiders, and although we kind of hate it, we do admit that it is ACTION PACKED. It's filled with nail biting 'how will they get out of this scenarios', elaborate set pieces, and the charming comic relief of Short Round. We'll talk about why we think it's commonly know as the least favorite of the Indy films, how Willie Scott single-handedly set the women's movement back by about 100 years, and Sweety tells a moving story about accidentally watching Lion without subtitles. So join us, and our bud Mola Ram as we venture into the Temple err....... cave-like structure thing of Doom! </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 70: Tremors
<p>In 1990, we were just teeny tykes. We liked our movies and our GRABOIDS. Tremors is the first horror movie to cross the Sweeties threshold, but one we've come to always enjoy both for its quality bromance between Val and Earl, the scary but not too scary sand snake things, and the cool lady scientist who wows them all! Join us as we deep dive into our thoughts on Kevin Bacon (with a special round of Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon), how this movie compares to another man-eating franchise (Jaws!), how maybe there IS such a thing as too many sequels, and everyone's BURNING question (GET IT) about what is that zinc oxide stuff and why you don't rub it in like sunscreen.</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 69: Ghostbusters 2
<p>Guys, we've reached a true turning point for the Large Marge Sent Us podcast. We're covering our first sequel and we couldn't be happier about it! Released in 1989, Ghostbusters 2 proton packed itself into the Sweetie mindset quite early, and while far inferior to Ghostbusters, it still has us rolling in the aisles and loving all the cool ghosty stuff that enchanted us from the first film.  Set 5 years after the first film, we're back to NYC, where the Ghostbuster's are down on their luck in a world without a whole lotta ghosts until Vigo the Carpathian comes alive and wants to become a man baby by stealing the soul of poor Dana Barrett's baby. Join us as we talk about what makes a good sequel, how we really sort of hate Dana Barrett, why old fashioned baby carriages are nobody's friend, and if the fan theory that Oscar is the love child of Vinze Clortho and Zuul's, holds water. Plus amazing renditions of Bobby Brown's jam from the soundtrack and Jackie Wilson's iconic, "Higher and Higher"! </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p> <p>This episode is brought to you by Warby Parker! Visit warbyparkertrial.com/largemarge to get your 5 day home Try-On! </p>
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Episode 68: Spaceballs
<p>The fans have spoken (hey Markus!) and they requested we do a Mel Brooks film! Coincidentally we've been wanting to watch Spaceballs, a movie that the Sweeties saw perhaps before even the main movie that it spoofs, Stars Wars! What came first, the parody or the parodied? We have zero critiques for this movie and basically just had a blast reliving all of our favorite scenes and lines, waxing on endlessly for our love of Rick Moranis, playing another round of Bill Pullman or Bill Paxton (RIP) and gushing over the brilliance that is Mel Brooks in all his glory.  Come for the Dark Helmet impressions and leave with some great trivia tidbits about how the movie got its name (balls!) and how invested George Lucas was in the whole project.  May the Schwartz be with you!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 67: Grease
<p>BEST DAY EVER WE DID ANOTHER MUSICAL! The Sweetie's love to sing and what better way to show off our less than professional singing abilities than a trip down T-bird and Pink Lady Lane by doing Grease! We loved this movie hard as little kids (wayyyy before the Grease Mega Mix came out - thank you) though realized today that we didn't totally know all of the lyrics to the songs! Whoops.  Join us as we tackle all the important topics such as: the somewhat horrible message that you need to dress like a slut for your bf to truly love you, who is our favorite T-Bird and Pink Lady, why Rizzo is so damn cool but has got some issues, all of the many Sweetie confusion about all the many sexual innuendos that flew way over our tiny heads, and why whoever decided the drivel that is the song "Sandy" needed to be added to the soundtrack should be fired. </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 66: Innerspace
<p>Innerspace was released 30 years ago on July 1st of 1987. So to celebrate, we've joined forces with the Damage Control Podcast to bring you a rousing new episode!! Join the Sweeties as we record our first episode whilst in different locations! We'll recall how Innerspace first introduced Sweetie to the harmonious tones of Sam Cooke by getting her confused about 'the chicken slacks'. We'll stroll down memory lane and reminisce how we were scarred for life after seeing Mr. Igoe get digested, and then talk about scientific things that we have no idea about. When you're finished listening to our episode, head on over to the Damage Control Podcast and see how what those fellas think! </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 65: A League of Their Own
<p>Move over Field of Dreams.....A League of Their Own is the best damn baseball movie EVER. We'll bet all of our Rockford Peach baseball cards! ALoTO, from 1992 and directed by Penny Marshall chronicles the history of the All American Girls Professional Baseball League, a time from 1943 to 1954 when WOMEN played BASEBALL professionally because all of the men were at war! This movie will make you laugh, cry, hug your sister, and reminds you how awesome Tom Hanks and Gena Davis are.  We've seen this movie 1000 times with (or without sound) and love it so. Come on and listen to us do fine renditions of "We're the members of the All American League..." and "This Used to be Be My Playground", discuss if Dottie dropped the ball on purpose or just had a really bad day, which Rockford Peach we like the most, and how the big band soundtrack and women kicking baseball butt in several montages gives us the internal goosebumps just like when we saw Wonder Woman! PS We kept calling the pitcher Ellen Sue, Sue Ellen because we're both still on a high from our Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter is Dead episode.  </p> <p>Theme song sung by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 64: Men in Black
<p>If you didn't think Will Smith was the coolest thing EVER in 1997, then you can just leave right now. Men in Black represents a key point of the Will Smith action comedy oeuvre, right next to Independence Day and Wild Wild West.  We saw this movie multiple times in the movie theaters when it came out and worshipped Will Smith in all his jumpsuited glory (hey he was even Sweety's fake boyfriend for a couple years!). Bear with us as our synopsis goes off the rails a little bit, but stay for the in depth discussion of the creepiness of Vincent D'Onofrio, our forever love for Tommy Lee Jones, the MIB tag game Sweety came up with for her gym class, and Sweetie's many warblings of the Men in Black theme song.   </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Bonus Episode: Legends of the Hidden Temple!
<p>Alright Silver Snakes, it's time to grab those jungle vines, swing across a big pool of dry ice induced fog, and earn the right to scamper through LEGENDS OF THE HIDDEN TEMPLE. Airing from 1992 to 1994 on Nickelodeon, Legends of the Hidden Temple was the show for you if you could master a cargo net, had good listening comprehension skills when a giant rock sculpture told you a boring ass story about a lost Mesopotamian artifact AND if you didn't pee your pants when a temple guard jumps out of a dark corner! Join us as we discuss how drunk the host must have been to film 200 of these bad boys over 2 years, how shitty the prizes were (Hush Puppies, AGAIN!?), and how most of the boy contestants seemed jerky and probably have ghosted 25 girls on Tinder by now.  Don't forget your life pendants ....it's time to relive Legends! </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 63: Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead
<p>After two botched attempts back in November, we're FINALLY re-recording our Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's episode. Rejoice!!! This flick was a family classic that we'd watch every time it came on TV and although it gave us false hopes about how our adulthood would turn out, it still made us appreciate so much. It taught us important life lessons like, how to do QED reports (make your nice friend do them!), how to send a fax (wait for that same nice friend and then copy her!) all while jamming to some amazing soundtrack work. Join us as we discuss these lessons plus other important things like Brian's 'classic wedge cap' and how delightful Katrina is at whipping up excitement in her boots. We're right on top of that Rose!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 62: Coming to America
<p>Sexual Chocolate. SEXUAL CHOCOLATE! Tonight we watched one of Sweetie's favorite comedies---Coming to America! Starring Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall in about 5 roles apiece. Join us as we discuss the finer points of 80s fashion (Scrunchies AKA 'Bouffies (sp?)), how awesome McDonald's used to be and hear us do our very best Randy Watson impressions. We'll also relive Sweetie's worst job of all time. Trust us, you don't want to miss that. </p> <p> </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 61: Poltergeist
<p>They're here! The Sweeties are back and watching the first scary movie that ever truly spoke to us as children. Poltergeist scarred us for life when it brought us traumatic scenes like men peeling their faces off, scary AF clown dolls coming alive to strangle us, and grotesque skeletons swimming in a muddy pool. As adults we've come to love the movie and all of its Craig T. Nelson and Jo-Beth Williams glory and we'll never forget it. So join us as we: discuss our various theories on what exactly the 'other side' looks like, share our favorite lines we like to use in everyday situations AND lament Stephen's mansplaining and poor decision making. Do NOT go into the light you guys. Unless the light is listening to this episode in which case...RUN TO THE LIGHT BABY!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 60: Groundhog Day
<p>Disney once again thwarted our podcasting plans and wouldn't let us easily rent and stream Sleeping Beauty, so we watched Groundhog Day instead! As far plan B's go, Groundhog Day is the bees knees. Starring the beloved Bill Murray, Groundhog Day taught us many valuable lessons including but not limited to: How to easily rob an armored bank truck, Sweet Vermouth is gross, and that you should never get in the shower and then turn on the faucet. We'll discuss how the Phil Connors Suicide reel terrified us as kids, how Phil Connors is pretty much just a regular Joe in today's sarcastic and selfish world of 2016, AND we'll get into some pretty crazy conspiracy theories revolving around Ned Ryerson and whether or not he was a con man OR perhaps stuck in his own time loop! </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 59: Drop Dead Fred
<p>This week the Sweeties are covering part gross out comedy/part study on psychological well-being---Drop Dead Fred! This movie intrigued us as kids but confuses us as adults. Who is it for? WAS Fred in her imagination and conjured up due to her loneliness and abandonment issues? OR was he a real concept but just invisible to everyone but Lizzie. Who knows! Although we are eternally confused, we can still find things to get excited about.  So join us as we discuss the mysterious disappearance of Bridget Fonda, how stenography keyboards work and hear a full history of Sweety's imaginary friends (the written record of which is now lost because Sweetie threw out the diary in a massive cleaning frenzy!) </p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p>
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Episode 58: Mary Poppins
<p>It's Emily's/Sweetie's birthday and we're celebrating by watching her favorite movie of ALL time....Mary Poppins! Join us as we sing every song in the movie, discuss the eternal confusion of Mary and Bert's relationship status, and lament about how many freaking versions of the Bank song there needs to be. We'll also get sad about Julie Andrew's damaged singing voice, and discuss some possible sexual innuendos involving a cane and an umbrella. Get your singing voices ready IT'S STEP IN TIME! </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Bonus Episode: Supermarket Sweep!
<p>In the 90s, a time of economic prosperity and a budget surplus, was there a better game show out there than Supermarket Sweep? Couples with a better than average knowledge of how much a box of Bisquick costs would vie for the chance to race around a fake grocery store and pile their carts high with Pampers, hams, and expensive hair dye all in the hopes that their cart would be the most expensive so that they could go for the big $5,000 grand prize.  Maybe it was our secret dream of being grocery check out girls but the Sweeties loved this show! We watched a few episodes the other day and boy it has not lost its luster! Tune in as we chat about the peppier than usual host, what we determined  to be the best strategies, and how we have long term goals to create epic Supermarket Sweep Halloween costumes.  Somehow we also launched into a sing-along of the Gummi Bears theme song. YOU ARE WELCOME.</p> <p> Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 57: The Empire Strikes Back
<p>In  honor of Star Wars Day, we watched The Empire Strikes Back and then ran around the Dagobah System with a tiny 800 year old Yoda on our back. Honestly, is there any other way to celebrate? Join us as we discuss how our least favorite of the films (we were kids cut us some slack....swampy training sessions...snoozeville!) became one of our favorites in adulthood (Yoda, we HEAR YOU now in our old age). How the giant snow yeti scared the crap out of us, and how we still think Billy Dee Williams waved to us specifically at a parade even though there were hundreds of people there. May the force be with you (and also with you) (oops, wrong religion)!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 56: Labyrinth
<p>We felt like jumping head first back into the 80s so natch we picked Labyrinth to get us there! Released in 1986, and starring David Bowie as THE Goblin King or 'Jareth' aka Jared, Labyrinth has the 80s oozing out of its Muppet orifices.  Although we are by no means die hard Labyrinth fans, we can appreciate the full on creativity and amazement that is the work of Jim Henson. So join us as we discuss our least favorite Labyrinth stops, our favorite friendly companions, and how inappropriate David Bowie's giant bulging dong is. Dance Magic Dance? More like Junk Magic Junk. </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p> <p> </p>
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Episode 55: Ace Ventura Pet Detective
<p>The Sweeties are back from their Cali trip and ready to dive back into the hits with 1994's Ace Ventura Pet Detective! Starring Jim Carrey in his groundbreaking role as a lovable eccentric pet detective, Ace Ventura exists in the Sweetie canon of our top 10 flicks. We'll talk about our many levels of confusion involving (but not limited to) blowjobs, Einhorn's history as a missing hiker/failed football star, and, sexual intercourse and the importance of '3 times'. We'll also 'choose our own comedy' by indulging the listeners in our favorite misheard quotes AND fall down a rabbit hole of famous old lady actresses (Spoiler: they're all dead now! :(   )</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. </p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 54: The Sandlot
<p>The Sweeties are busy flying to L.A., so enjoy this sweet episode where we talk about everyone's favorite kid baseball flick--The Sandlot! We'll talk about the epic hotness of one Benny 'The Jet' Rodriguez, get into a discussion of the sexism that existed in 90s sports movies, and share stories of our short lived baseball careers. We'll ask important questions like, Why does Benny keep a spare hat in his pocket at all times? Did the kids just imagine the Beast's ferociousness AND was James Earl Jones a hoarder or did he just not give AF because he was blind? </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo Designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 53: Return to OZ
<p>In 1985 a Disney movie was born and quickly wormed its way into the fears of every child known to mankind. Sorry too dramatic? But for realz. Return to OZ is the movie that still haunts many of us today and is the reason why most of us panic and abandon a shopping cart at the first sign of squeak. Join us as we discuss those pesky Wheelers, the awesome/horrifying Princess Mombi and her weird man voice, and take a deep dive into Sweetie's latent fear of rock people wearing hidden dress shoes. There's no place like home but seriously, there has to be a better place than Kansas...Am I right?</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 52: Wayne's World
<p>IT'S WAYNE'S WORLD! PARTY TIME! EXCELLENT! *Guitar noises* The Sweeties are back and we're bringing you one of the movies on our top 10 lists! Wayne's World, released in 1992 is the SNL skit brought to life. Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar have a cable access show in a basement in Aurora, Illinois. Someone comes along and tries to exploit it, but that's not important because this movie is all about the hilarious one liners and even though we were a mere 9 and 6 years old, this movie soon became our most quotable--- even if we didn't get 85% of the jokes! So get in your Mirth mobile and grab your Fender Stratocaster and listen along as we chat about all the lines that we use in our daily life (Car! Game on!), our favorite Cassandra outfits and favorite Crucial Taunt songs, how much we miss windbreakers/tracksuits, and how Bohemian Rhapsody and Queen are best things since sliced bread. Plus, a fan favorite segment (Call Carol) returns! Do we know how to party or what?!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
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Episode 51: Who Framed Roger Rabbit
<p>Look out guys, today we're covering everyone's favorite movie that combines animation with live action (sorry Space Jam fans!). That's right, Who Framed Roger Rabbit! Released in 1988, Who Framed Roger Rabbit stars the delightful Bob Hoskins as a down on his luck and drunk detective who embarks on a mission to find out who framed cartoon Roger Rabbit and why. We'll discuss whether or not it's possible to have sex with a cartoon, our favorite cartoons from back in the day and BONUS... Sweety lives out her fantasy as a lounge singer! We're not bad. We're just drawn that way. </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 50: The Goonies
<p>BIG NEWS guys! Large Marge Sent Us has just hit 50 episodes and The Sweeties couldn't be more proud! In honor of such an amazing milestone, we thought it was time to trot out the movie that Sweetie deems responsible for shaping her childhood.... THE GOONIES.  Is there a better movie out there that captures 12 year old hijinks involving: a one eyed pirate, an Italian crime family, and a deformed possibly 40 year old with an unfortunate nickname? And no, this isn't the plot of The Godfather. We laughed, we cried, we argued about whether One Eyed Willy's boody, I mean booby traps would have ever really worked, the truth behind Sloth's deformities, clarify a list of Chunk's bullshit stories, and come up with an idea for a prequel which involves the life of Chester Copperpot (also our next Team Trivia name btw) and how he came to an unfortunate end (or did he???) searching for all that rich stuff. BONUS, we talk to the one, the only Hayley Nickerson (Sweetie's bff) about her love for The Goonies and make her prove if she's really a Goonie with a short quiz.  Thanks to our amazing listeners for helping us get to Episode 5-0! We love ya! </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 49: Weekend At Bernie's
<p>Remember that time when we were houseguests at our boss' Hampton's beach house, but when we showed up he had killed himself by od'ing on coke (just kidding he was murdered by a hitman, also doing lots of coke), and instead of calling the police we thought it was a better idea if we pretended he wasn't dead so we could continue to party, drink champagne, and make out with girls in thong bikinis?! Oh wait.  That never happened but it IS the plot to everyone's favorite movie about that loveable corpse, Weekend at Bernie's! Coming straight out of the golden year of Sweetie Sinema, 1989, Weekend at Bernie's is a horrible movie that for some reason continues to crack us up through it's slapstick humor and the hilarious duo of Richard and Larry.  Tune in as we talk about our consensus that this movie's real intention is to provide commentary on 90s yuppie culture, how Gwen is the oldest 21 year old we've ever seen, and which of Bernie's rich bitch toys we would want for ourselves. BONUS, we play everyone's favorite game: Andrew McCarthy or Emilio Estevez AND also get into an argument about Martin Sheen's real name (It's Ramon!) Happy Friday! </p>
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Bonus Episode: American Gladiators!
<p>Continuing with our awesome Bonus Episode series, we watched an episode from everyone's favorite show about normal people vs. body builders.....AMERICAN GLADIATORS! Join us as we talk about our favorite Gladiators, how lame The Eliminator really was, and how all we ever wanted in life was to go to a live taping at Universal Studios but it just never happened! We'll also discuss some awesome 90s commercials (raper vans! chocolate milk! 79 cent Subway sandwiches!), lament about how bullshit it was that the female Gladiator uniforms gave them perma-wedges (and possibly nip slips) AND we determine who the hottest Gladiator of them all was (NITRO 4EVER). (Uhh Sweety here, what about LASER Sweetie?)</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUS</p>
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Episode 48: The Craft
<p>The Sweeties are back and we're bringing you THE movie that brought Sweety's childhood fantasy of being a witch to life. The Craft, released in 1996 and starring Fairuza Balk and Robin Tunney, is the ultimate good vs. evil or gothic person vs non-gothic person tale of what happens when four teenagers discover their powers and then do whatever the fuck they want. The Craft taught us that you should probably not shop lift from the nice witch lady's store, that having burn scars all over your body also means you don't have to shower, and that in the 90s Skeet Ulrich was typecast as a sleazy rapist pretending to be a good guy. So join as as we call the four corners and invoke the spirit!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 47: Back to the Future
<p>This weekend we lost a rock legend. Chuck Berry died at the age of 90 years old, and we instantly knew we had to watch the movie that first introduced us to him--Back to the Future. Released in 1985, Back to the Future is THE ultimate time travel movie and really drives home the point that time travel is confusing AF but pretty frickin cool. Join us as we relive the finer points (which is all of the points) and talk about important things like how we hope to God Lorraine got some counseling after that 'casual' sexual assault, and how the prequel we really want to see is about Uncle Jail Bird Joey and how his life of crime began. Sp grab your guitars, skateboards, and flux capacitors...we're going back in time!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 46: Edward Scissorhands
<p>Remember in 1990 when Johnny Depp was a 120 pound weakling with scissors for hands who happened to be an excellent dog groomer/hair stylist/ice sculptor and had a crush on Winona Ryder who had strawberry blonde hair and was dating the geek from The Breakfast Club who was now hopped up on 'roids?!! Well, WE do. I just described the plot of everyone's second favorite Tim Burton Film, Edward Scissorhands! Listen along as the Sweeties discuss all there is to know about this trippy little film including: does Edward have a penis and can he make little scissorhanded babies, how Alan Arkin and Diane Wiest are fucking national treasures, and how Tim Burton used to be great but now he's just okay and we're upset about it.  So grab your Colt 45s, tape them to your hands, and listen to Large Marge Sent Us today!</p> <div id=":6d.hw" class="fkp8p"> <div id=":9b.mw" class="tk TmwRj Sn GjkoZd"> <div id=":9b.ma" class="Tn"> <div class="KL"> <div class="ci">Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 45: Raiders of the Lost Ark
<p>What's your favorite movie about Nazis? Go! Well for the Sweeties, no one literally whips Nazi butt like our pal Harrison Ford in Raiders of the Lost Ark.  Predating the birth of the Sweeties by two years (1981!), Raiders of the Lost Ark was one of our Dad's favorite flicks and soon became ours once we were brave enough to actually watch all the face melting and spider crawling goodness.  We'll discuss why Nazis are the best bad guys, the hotness factor of Harrison Ford, how Marion Ravenwood is badass yet screechy AF, and clear up not just one but TWO moments of sweetie confusion. Yeah, we're wicked smart.  Hold on to your bull whips and Nazi saluting monkeys, it's time to get biblical! </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 44: Ghostbusters
<p>Hey guys, when there's something strange in your neighborhood who ya gonna call? THE SWEETIES obviously. That's right, we're covering 1984's classic comedy flick Ghostbusters and we're very excited about it. Join us as we discuss why Dana Barrett is a crazy fame whore, our cool idea for a Ghostbusters prequel AND the confusion about the logistics of this crossing the streams solution. (Still dubious). Obviously we love this movie, and we know you do too. So let's quit talking and start busting up dem ghosts!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 43: Ferris Bueller's Day Off
<p>Look out you guys, Sweetie is BACK from vacation. Unfortunately she was a tad jet lagged, but hopefully you'll enjoy our discussion of the John Hughes classic, Ferris Bueller's Day Off just the same. Made in Sweety's birth year of 1986, Ferris Bueller spoke to us as children, but now feels like it's been used as a yearbook quote one too many times. Join us, as we discuss how Jeannie has now become our favorite character, why the bizarro fan theory of Ferris being a figment of Cameron's imagination is a bunch of bullshit and find out whether or not the Sweetie's were school skippers or not. OH YEAH. (bum bum) </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 42: Clueless
<p>As if we'd do a Podcast about our favorite 80s and 90s movies and not bring up Clueless! Released in 1995, Clueless is pretty much the reason we have souls. Aside from being one of the best things to come out of the 90s, Clueless taught us that two learners permits do NOT make a license, that breaking in your purple clogs might take some time, and that you can avoid sexual harassment if you just stay away from creepy Cranberries fans who give you random hugs and kisses. We'll talk about favorite lines (hint: all of them) favorite parts (also all of them) and ask important questions like: 'WAS Cher Jewish?' 'DID Murray ever have hair?' 'WERE they really friends with Amber?' You don't want to miss this one!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Bonus Episode: Are You Afraid of the Dark?
<p>Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society..I call this story: The Tale of an Awesome Bonus Episode! This week Sweetie and Sweety each picked an episode from the SNICK Classic Are You Afraid of the Dark? and then talked about it. Join us, as we discuss The Tale of the Doll Maker where a dollhouse turns young girls into dolls and their creepy china hands fall off. And the Tale of Locker 22 where a kind Hippie Ghost rewrites her past after giving a foreign exchange student some magic beads. We'll talk about Sweetie's crush on Gary, the first time the Sweeties ever watched Are You Afraid of the Dark? and why it's annoying to insert a question mark into the title of a show. Just kidding we didn't talk about that, but we're realizing now it makes for annoying episode description writing.</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
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Episode 41: Flight of the Navigator
<p>1986 was a magical year.  Sweety popped out of Carol’s womb and BONUS Disney brought us Flight of the Navigator! The ultimate alien abduction story with a twist! It’s 4th of July in 1978 and David goes to fetch his little brother from his friend’s  house, falls into a shallow ravine, wakes up and BOOM it’s 8 years later. David has no memory of the last 8 years and he hasn’t aged a day. Meanwhile, a mysterious spaceship has idled in Fort Lauderdale and NASA is like What dis? Turns out David and the spaceship are connected. How? To find out, you’ll have to listen to this awesome episode where we talk about how much we love time travel movies (even though they hurt our brain), how little brother Jeff turns into a hottie, and how a robot voiced by Pee Wee Herman CAN get annoying. Compliance!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 40: Death Becomes Her
<p>The year--- 1992. The VHS that Sweety rented every time she went to the video store---Death Becomes Her! Starring Goldie Hawn, Meryl Streep and Bruce Willis, Death Becomes Her gave humanity a special gift in the form of eternal life and frenemies and reminded us that the 90s was kind of a terrifying decade. We'll discuss whether we'd rather go through life with a hole in our stomach or have a broken neck, how amazing Bruce Willis is in this movie AND get super philosophical and freak each other out when we talk about the concept of living forever and what being dead might feel like. Plus Bonus! Sweetie tells us a personal story about Doberman Pinschers! Grab your shovels and highly fashionable stretch pants, it's time to get spooky!</p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 39: First Wives Club
<p>Happy Valentine's Day Sweeties! 1996 brought us The First Wives Club, basically the best movie you have EVER seen about getting back at your weasel dick husband who leaves you high and dry to bone somebody younger, hotter, and dumber. True, we were mere elementary schoolers when this movie premiered but the theme was not lost on us; when men get you down, grab some gal pals and tell that boy bye! Starring the comedic triumvirate of Goldie Hawn, Diane Keaton, and Bette Midler, this movie now rounds out Sweetie's top ten and hits all the notes of comedy and drama (Sweetie cried again!). We talk about which first wife is our favorite, how Diane Keaton continues to be the Hollywood version of our mother, and sing A LOT.  Buckle up your prenuptial agreements people and get ready for sisters to do it for themselves!!! </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p> <p> </p>
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Episode 38: Troop Beverly Hills
<p>It's cookie time! Join the Sweeties as we discuss everyone's favorite 1989 flick about <span style= "text-decoration: line-through;">Girl Scouts</span> Wilderness Girls----Troop Beverly Hills! Starring Shelley Long as the ditsy yet optimistic Phyllis Nefler, Troop Beverly Hills taught us about the importance of friendship and the importance of NOT getting a perm. We'll discuss our favorite Phyllis ensembles, our favorite kind of girl scout cookies AND we come up with our very own Large Marge marching chant. Don't miss it!</p> <p> </p> <p>Theme song performed by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Bonus Super Bowl Episode! The Little Giants
<p>GIANTS! GIANTS! GIANTS! Dude. We hate football but we love the Little Giants. So come celebrate Super Bowl Sunday in the best way possible by getting drunk and watching the Little Giants with us! Made in 1994, and starring Rick Moranis (Best, most adorable movie Dad of all time) and Ed O'Neill, (Kind of hot in that tight shorts, aviator shades, gum chewing way) The Little Giants is a feel-good sports movie about a rag-tag group of misfits who don't know a ton about football but don't really give a fuck. It celebrates woman power thanks to Becky the ICEBOX and re-re-awakens Sweetie's sexual appetite with Devon Sawa! So grab your football gear, cheerleader's skirt and Go-Kart and GO GIANTS!</p> <p>Theme song sung by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 37- Milk Money
<p>Milk Money, released in 1994, is the heartwarming tale about a young boy who grew up without a mother but who also loves boobs, so goes to the Big City with $100 saved to hunt for boobs + a mother.  Yes, this plot is insane but this movie is not! Starring Ed Harris and Melanie Griffith, Milk Money has been a favorite of the Sweeties from day one, not only because we love stories about prostitutes with a heart of gold but also because this movie is highly entertaining! Listen along as we discuss whether or not we could be prostitutes, the finer points of Ed Harris's career, and our real life struggles with milk money. Did you prefer chocolate or whole? We tackle it all and shockingly do absolutely no singing! (Your loss or is it?!) </p> <p>Theme song sung by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 36: Flashdance
<p>What a feeling! That's right we watched Flashdance and are now dancing all over the place wearing our black leotards, legwarmers and baggy gray sweatshirts! Join us as we discuss the 1983 classic that turned everyone into maniacs (on the floor). We'll list the many reasons Mawby's Bar is probably the best place to work in Pittsburgh, talk at length about Jennifer Beals fierce fashion statements AND decide whether or not listening to the Flashdance soundtrack on repreat everyday is too much (spoiler: it's not). </p> <p>Theme song sung by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. </p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 35- License to Drive
<p>Get out of our dreams! Get into our car! Just kidding we don't own cars but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy the 80s realness that is 1988's License to Drive! Join us as we discuss what happens when you fail your drivers test, lie about it, steal your Grandpa's car and take the hottest girl in school out for a wild night on the town. We'll decide who is the fairer Corey, get confused about the rules and regulations of the California DMV, AND share some of our very own learning to drive stories! </p> <p>Theme song sung by Deidre Cullen. Logo designed by Frankie Donlon.</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 34: Can't Buy Me Love
<p>Money can't buy you love BUT it can get you pretty darn close....am I right?! That's right, we're talking about the 1987 Teen rom-com classic--Can't Buy Me Love starring a baby Patrick Dempsey in all his flopsy mop glory! Join us as we play "Things I'd Rather Buy for $1,000", name some other movies named after songs and vent about the totally ugly white suede fringe outfit that is the driving plot point of the entire movie!! So grab your beret and start practicing your African Anteater dance, it's time to get spazzy!</p> <p> </p> <p>Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram @LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 33: E.T.
<p>E.T. phone home? More like E.T. you're terrifying and we could never watch this movie because it freaked us the fuck out! Here at Large Marge Sent Us, we were a bit young to appreciate the finer points of this Steven Spielberg classic which came out in 1982 and was the highest grossing movie until another Spielberg blockbuster broke that record (Jurrassic Park!). Tune in as we talk about the great 80s nostalgia that surrounds this film, how much the E.T. death thing freaked us out, how confused were were then (and now!) by this plot, and how we had our own Sweetie E.T. moment when we raised our own beta fish, who preceded to die a couple days later and then came to life and flew back to their spaceship! Just kidding. We buried them in our backyard. Elllliiiiiiiotttttttt.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
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Episode 32- Overboard
<p>Seeing Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell trending in the news because they are the only Hollywood couple still together is sad AF, but it also reminded us of one of our very favorite movies--Overboard! Released in 1987, Overboard taught us that a housekeeper/slave can easily be obtained as long as you know that someone has a birthmark on their butt, and that ALL women intuitively know how to cook and clean (it just takes practice). OK OK, you're right we're being mean. Even though Overboard is slightly creepy plotwise, it still is one hilarious flick and we can't get enough. So grab your sequined wardrobe out of your oak closet (nay-- CEDAR!) and come get short fat and slutty with us!</p> <p>Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub and on Instagram LargeMargeSentUs</p>
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Episode 31- Baby Boom
<p>Big news you guys! Our big sister Liz has given birth to a sweet sweet nugget baby and in honor of our recent Auntie status, we are bringing you our favorite movie about babies of all time----Baby Boom! Baby Boom may have been released in 1987, but it still holds up as a testament to the struggles working mothers deal with everyday. Plus it has one of our very favorite people, Diane Keaton! So come join us as we wax poetic about some full blown patriarchal bullshit AND get ready for a brand new segment finally coming to fruition--- "Ask Carol" We are SO excited about this and you better be too. </p> <p> </p> <p>Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub </p>
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Episode 30: Star Wars! A New Hope
<p>You guys, Carrie Fisher died! We are so dismayed and wanted to cheer up by watching Star Wars (and silently crying). Star Wars means more to the us than just about anything else in our lives and we're excited but terrified to finally talk about it. Hopefully we can do it justice and make Carrie proud. We'll hum a lot of great theme songs, play a fun and challenging game about theme songs AND discuss our very first memories about watching Star Wars! Get ready for some Tosche station realness ya'll!</p>
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Episode 29- Gremlins
<p>Happy Christmas from the Sweeties to you. We're bringing you the 1984 non-traditional Christmas classic flick Gremlins! Starring the cutest Mogwai in the biz---Gizmo! Although we're more familiar with Gremlins 2, we loved re-watching the original and bathed in all its dark, scary glory! Join us as we get confused about why Billy's dad thought a Mogwai would be a the perfect present for a guy that already owns a dog (?), and why no one else seems confused or excited about the introduction of a new species. Also, we'll sing a N'Sync Christmas classic and annoying electric supplier scammers interrupt us at the end of our podcast. Christmas surprises for everyone! </p> <p>Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
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Episode 28- Beetlejuice
<p>Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! The Sweeties are sick of Christmas, so we decided to watch Beetlejuice and call it a night. Released in 1988, Beetlejuice is Tim Burton's classic flick about ghosts, demons, and shrimp hands and boy did it scare the crap out of the Sweeties! Starring Michael Keaton as the bio-exorcist, Geena Davis in a horrible printed house dress, and a slim and trim Alec Baldwin, Beetlejuice introduces us to some friendly ghosts (for the love of god not Casper!) and an alternative to the whole heaven/hell thing. We'll discuss a possible Alec Baldwin reading disability, shit that scared us the most, and how Delia should dump sculpting and become an accessory designer instead.  Hat game on point! </p>
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Episode 27- Home Alone
<p>Merry Christmas ya filthy animals. The Sweeties are bringing you the seminal Christmas favorite about home invasion and booby traps--Home Alone! Released in 1990 Home Alone taught us that you should always give the creepy snow shoveling old man a chance, the furnace in your basement is not out to get you, and being home alone is nice for awhile but mean burglars may be out to kill you.  We'll discuss some definite plot holes, does Chevy Chase pronounce his name Chevy (like the car) or Chevy (like no word I know) and what happened to the pizza guy?! Bonus: free style rapping that goes amok plus a new segment "Large Marge Sent Us" Alumni! Hooray! </p> <p>Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub</p> <p> </p>
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Episode 26- Babes in Toyland
<p>Look out it's time to discuss the groundbreaking and highly well-known Christmas flick of 1986---BABES IN TOYLAND. A TV movie starring Keanu Reeves and Drew Barrymore, how can it get any better?! OK OK we're kidding only about 5 people know of this movie because it's pretty bad but still amazing in its own right. Come join us to discuss the uselessness of Little Joey, how this might just be Keanu Reeves' best role to date (seriously) and if we'd rather date Zack or Mack. The Christmas season has begun come join the Sweeties and get cozy!</p> <p> </p> <p>Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub</p>
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Episode 25- Honey I Shrunk the Kids
<p>Happy 25th Episode! We celebrated by sliding down giant blades of grass and taking joy rides on giant bees. Just kidding---we watched Honey I Shrunk the Kids! Released in the 'Golden Age' of 1989, Honey I Shrunk the Kids stars Rick Moranis and some other people and gave us a real awareness of the fragility of ants and how much of a dick scorpions are. Join us as we discuss the finer points.... WHY was Little Russell the least appealing love interest of all time? DID Amy ever get to go to the Mall? WHAT are 'plumbing issues'. So come on over and get shrunk with us!</p> <p> </p> <p>Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub</p>
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Episode 24- The Addams Family
<p>Join us as we celebrate the spook and macabre that is The Addams Family! Released in 1991, we were lucky enough to own this treasure on VHS (thanks to the golden era of McDonalds) which allowed us to practice our Mamushka as long as we needed to. (Sorry more parentheses but please turn your attention to that scene to catch the hilarious stunt double that in no way, shape, or form resembles Raul Julia!) Gold star for anyone who counts how many times we use the word 'macabre' during this episode!</p> <p> </p> <p>Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. Follow us Twitter @TheSweetieClub</p>
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Episode 23- The Karate Kid
<p>We're back home on the Cape and bringing you a special episode recorded from our Mom's basement! Join us as we talk about one of Sweetie's best hangover remedies--The Karate Kid! Released in 1984, the Karate Kid taught us about the importance of waxing on AND off plus it introduced us to the teenage paradise of Golf N' Stuff which got rid of its waterslide but is probably still cool. So grab your bonsai tree and ready your crane pose so we can kick some butt! </p>
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Episode 22- Dirty Dancing
<p>Nobody puts Baby in the corner. And nobody told the Sweeties when they were little that Dirty Dancing is a thinly veiled cautionary tale about abortion rights.  Just kidding! It's about dancing you fools.  Dirty Dancing to be precise.  We really had the TIME OF OUR LIVES talking all about Patrick Swayze's hotness factor (RIP), how we wanted Jennifer Grey's fancy schmancy ballroom dancing shoes, and break down the psychological reasons why the sister Lisa was a big old bitchy mcbitchster throughout most of the movie.  So join hands, hearts, and voices. Voices, hearts, and hands. At Large Marge Sent Us we talk about movies that we were too young to be watching but did anyways because our parents were awesome and didn't care. Truth.</p> <p> </p> <p>Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. This episode brought to you by Andrew Yaksic.</p>
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Episode 21- Earth Girls Are Easy
<p>ARE Earth Girls Easy? The answer is yes! Join the Sweeties as they watch one of their favorite movie musicals of all time--1989's Earth Girls Are Easy starring mega-babe Geena Davis and Sexy (?) Jeff Goldblum. In this episode we have a cow when we realize that Michael McKean was Woody the surfer bum pool guy, we lament about the lost art of the dance off, and we swoon over Jim Carrey's sexy years. So come sing along and shake it all night with us. </p> <p> </p> <p>Logo designed by Frankie Donlon. Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub</p>
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Episode 20- Look Who's Talking
<p>The election results made us want to die so we needed a movie that would make us laugh and feel better stat! Look Who's Talking did the trick because how can talking babies not make you feel better? Released in 1989 and directed by the fantastic Amy Heckerling, Look Who's Talking taught us that the 90s was a very unsafe time to be a baby and that pregnancy tests were actually small science experiments done in the comforts of your bathroom. Join us as we reminisce about the good old days of non-creepy John Travolta and what happens when you eat too much fruit. </p>
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Episode 19- Adventures in Babysitting
<p>Nobody leaves this place without singin' the blues--and nobody leaves Large Marge Sent Us without watching Adventures in Babysitting. Not only is it a fantastic movie but it's one of TWO movies about babysitting that Keith Coogan starred in. What are the odds? We've always loved this movie and never hesitate when asked to sing a few bars of 'Babystting Blues'. So grab your Thor costume, your gloves and official Joe Gipp blue leather jacket, it's time to go babysitting! </p>
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Episode 18- Uncle Buck
<p>In honor of John Candy's birthday, we decided to kick November off with one of our family faves--Uncle Buck! Released in the golden age of great movies (1989) Uncle Buck is a John Hughes movie that furthers the stereotype of the dangers of Chicago. Remember kids...don't go to bowling alleys alone! We loved this movie as kids and still love it today. Who wouldn't? Join us as we discuss the finer moments---giant pancakes, creepy men at bowling alleys and public transportation conundrums. PLUS special cameos and bad birthday singing. What more could you want?</p>
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Episode 17- Teen Witch
<p>Holy crap you guys we love Teen Witch more than just about anything. Released in 1989, Teen Witch taught us the value of a well placed scrunchie, the spell to conjure winds AND how to get the rich man's Tom Cruise to fall in love with you. We ask important questions like: DID Louise and Brad do it in the weird house? ARE Polly and Louise still friends? And most importantly... IS Shana upset that she gave her most prized possession to a random girl she doesn't know? Join us on this magical adventure and sing along with the Sweeties as we round out our Halloween month right! TOP THAT. </p>
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Episode 16- Casper
<p>Released in 1995, Casper is the sequel to Now and Then, where Devon Sawa's character dies in a sledding incident and comes back to haunt Christina Ricci. Just kidding. It's a movie about a lame white ghost who is friendly and stalks a living human being. Sorry to say, the Sweeties do not like this movie. At all. It's not our fault nothing makes sense and they included too many plot points for their own good. Join us, as we vent about how this movie is too willy nilly about death and complain about how Christina Ricci had a really hard time fake crying in the 90s. Hey, they can't all be hits!</p>
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Bonus Episode- Mr. Boogedy
<p>BOOGEDY! BOOGEDY! BOO! We watched Mr. Boogedy every time it came on TV, which probably explains why we have a deep seeded fear of pilgrims and bad wigs. Released in 1986, Mr. Boogedy was part of the Walt Disney's Magical World of Color series and it was a doozy. Hilarious, scary, clever---it has it all! Plus, Kristy Swanson, sticky green footprints, and spooky music. What's not to love!?</p>
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Episode 15- Hocus Pocus
<p>Come little listeners, I'll take thee away...into a land of witches and Hocus Pocus! The Sweeties are back to talk about everyone's favorite Halloween flick Hocus Pocus! Released in 1993, The Sanderson Sisters really left us feeling envious of their excellent bosoms and singing ability but we love them all the same. Join us as we struggle to remember Omri Katz's name, sing a lot, AND talk about our favorite parts and what really made us cringe in terror (pointy shoes yuck!). We put a spell on you and now you have to listen....mwahaha!</p> <p>Follow us on Twitter @TheSweetieClub</p> <p>Logo Art by Frankie Donlon</p>
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Episode 14- The Worst Witch
<p>There's a moment in everyone's life when you realize that one of your favorite childhood flicks is actually a really bad movie. For us that movie is the Worst Witch! Lucky for us though, The Worst Witch is one of those 'So bad it's good' type movies so everybody wins! Released in 1986, and starring a young and sweet Fairuza Balk, The Worst Witch taught us that anyone can write a song--you just need a pen, some paper and a word you can rhyme everything with! Sit back and grab your cat, it's time to get witchy. </p>
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Episode 13- The Monster Squad
<p>What movie brings together Dracula, The Mummy, Wolfman, Gill-man and Frankenstein's Monster?! The cult classic, The Monster Squad! Filmed in way back when 1987, The Monster Squad is a combination monster flick + gang-o-kids movie and is a rollicking good time; scary, yet side splitting with some amazing 80s humor. We'll answer all your need to know questions such as does Wolfman have nards? Is the Mummy a good candidate to have on your monster squad? And what are two ways to kill a vampire? So get your silver bullets and sharpened wooden ready to go. #squadgoals</p>
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Episode 12- The Witches
<p>WITCHES-WORK-ONLY-WITH-MAGIC! And so does the Large Marge Sent Us Podcast. Join us as we kick off October right with one of the scariest movies you saw as a child. Released in 1990 The Witches brought us nightmares in the form of Anjelica Houston's purple laser eyes and Roald Dahl's creepy AF witch mythos. You'll never look at little old ladies and their ugly square shoes the same ever again! Happy Halloween you guys!</p>
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Episode 11- The Wizard (Savage September Flick #4)
<p>Video games! Fred Savage! Video Games AND Fred Savage? A match made in heaven. Released in 1989, we had to make The Wizard the final stop on our Savage September tour because it combines Fred Savage with classic video games--two things we hold near and dear to our hearts. Plus, bonus random Tobey Maguire cameo AND 3 new original songs (with stolen melodies) sung by yours truly. Honestly, is there any other way to close a fantastic Savage September?! Didn't think so.</p>
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Episode 10- Little Monsters (Savage September Flick #3)
<p>IS there anything scarier than having Daniel Stern as your father? Oh probably just having Maurice the gross monster as your best friend! Released in 1989, Little Monsters is the 3rd stop on our tour of Fred Savage classics. Although we love this flick, we can't help but point out that it's very gross and that it's probably best if you do not eat during it. So grab your flashlight and see if you can find out who pissed in your apple juice, it's Little Monsters time!</p>
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Episode 9- Vice Versa (Savage September Flick #2)
<p>Get excited for the best body swap movie to come out of 1988! Not the most well known of the Savage September selections, but Vice Versa starring Judge Reinhold and Fred Savage holds a special place in the Sweetie's collective hearts mostly because it's the only movie where you'll find an 11 year old swearing like a sailor and drinking martinis aka a typical Saturday night for us! Just kidding. But we're not kidding about the fact that Fred Savage is at peak adorbs-ness here.  So hold onto your freaky Thai statues, say I wish, and get ready to swap bodies with your 45 year old, overworked yuppie dad!!! <br />  </p>
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Episode 8- Big
<p>Wooga wooga wee, jacks! Released in 1988, Big has been a part of our family's favorite movie canon since oh...forever! Join us as we discuss the finer points of the flick like Zoltar's scary devil eyes, booby grabbing and what thing in Josh's phat loft style apartment you would most want to own! Note:  We experienced some sound issues during this one and while we think we operated successfully enough on it there might still be some hiccups--so hang with it!</p>
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Episode 7- The Princess Bride (Savage September Flick #1)
<p>Look out, it's SAVAGE SEPTEMBER! This month we're diving head first into our favorite Fred Savage flicks. This week we're catching up with our buds Westley and Buttercup as we wax poetic about the ultimate cult classic: The Princess Bride. Made in 1987, the Princess Bride was a true family fave filled with sword fighting, giants and Rodents of Unusual Size. So grab your MLT sandwich and get ready to get Savage. September. Oh yeah. </p>
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Episode 6: In Memoriam Gene Wilder in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
<p>Our good buddy Gene Wilder died this week at the age of 83 and in his honor Sweetie and Sweety recorded an in memoriam episode dedicated to the best movie that came out of 1971, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory! This movie came out quite a bit before our time, but we were obsessed with it as children.  Don't miss our in-depth discussion of our favorite songs and chocolate bars from the film and BONUS Sweetie warbles off an amazing (i.e. horrible) rendition of Veruca Salt's "I Want It Now".  RIP GW, you'll always be our everlasting gobstopper!</p>
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Episode 5: Harry and The Hendersons
<p>The year was 1987. The place - Seattle, Washington.  And the hero is the world's most famous Bigfoot, Harry! Harry and The Hendersons is a gem and a half as far as 80s cinema classics go and taught us not to judge a Bigfoot by its.....big feet? Starring the always electric John Lithgow, Harry and the Hendersons stomped into our hearts and never let go. Join us as we unpack it, one smelly mythologized beast at a time!</p>
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Episode 4: Pee Wee's Big Adventure
<p>I know YOU are but what am I? We are Large Marge Sent Us and Pee Wee's Big Adventure is one of our favorite, favorite films so much so that we named our totally awesome podcast after a pivotal character! So buckle up and get ready for a thoughtful yet somewhat silly deep dive into Tim Burton's 1985 masterpiece featuring everyone's favorite man-child, Pee Wee Herman! FYI our intro got cut off so you've been warned.  Ack, technical difficulties of your amateur podcaster! </p>
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Episode Three: The Chipmunk Adventure
<p>We're taking it back to 1987 this week, with The Chipmunk Adventure, everyone's favorite animated romp that involves unrealistic world travel with unsupervised chipmunk children via hot air balloons! Large Marge Sent Us dives in so get your diamond dolls and high pitched voices ready!  </p>
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Episode 2: The NeverEnding Story
<p>Released in 1984, The NeverEnding Story taught us how imagination triumphs over all, stealing books from cranky old men will get you far, and never, ever take your horse into the Swamp of Sadness. Sweetie and Sweety break it down, one luck dragon at a time.  </p>
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Episode 1: Jurassic Park!
<p>Released in way back when 1993, Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park is an integral part of the Sweetie Movie Canon.  We were 10 and 6 years old when our parents dragged us to this whopper of a good time movie and we proceeded to poop our pants and cry out of sheer terror.  23 years later it's one of our favorite films and the one we thought most appropriate for our inaugural episode.</p> <p> </p> <p>This episode is brought to you by Alice Bergin</p>
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