November 29, 2008

GWC Podcast #128

It’s Thanksgiving here in the US, and we’re tucking in some Big Lebowski awesomeness. Joining us are the authors of I’m A Lebowski, You’re A Lebowski: Life, The Big Lebowski, and What Have You, Scott Shuffitt and Will Russell. Highlights: We analyze the movie’s complex plot, discuss Donny’s meek outlook and reason for hanging with Walter, hear about the infamous Lebowskifest pope s***ing in the woods costume, shake our heads at rich-people crime, note how everyone just knows where to call the (pre-beeper and pre-phone) Dude, marvel at the art that is The Jesus, wonder who other than Walter and The Dude show up at Larry’s house, love on Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s incredible acting chops, philosophize about bowling alley as community center, enjoy (the smokin’ hot) Maude’s accent and attitude, point out that whenever the Dude says something original he’s absolutely correct, and speculate about what happened Rosencrantz and Guildenstern-style — Did The Dude get paid? Did The Big Lebowski get something out of the deal? And what happened to Bunny and the Nihilists?

2 Responses to "GWC Podcast #128"
  1. Chalupa says:

    And a good day to you, sir! Glad you got Will and Scott on the show. They’re great to talk to.

  2. Jennythenipper says:

    The Holyfield/Tyson fight was June 1997, and the Big Lebowski came out the following March. It’s very possible that Walter’s earbiting was inspired by Tysons.

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