Go (1999)

The Month of Mark from Minneapolis enters its Christmas phase with the 1999 crime comedy “Go.” Or, as we like to call it, “MTV Magnolia.”

While Gene praises the film’s optimistic attitude toward drug use, he struggles with painful memories of how trivia failed to make him popular. Ash compares director Doug Liman to Quentin Tarantino, and Dick tries to convince his co-hosts that being middle-aged is cooler than being young and dumb.

“Go” provided the Shat Crew with plenty to discuss, including Timothy Olyphant as a sexy drug dealer, unexpected vehicular violence, strip clubs after threesomes, ’90s soundtracks, hiding bodies and where to shoot an Englishman.

Special thanks to listener Rob T. for his production assistance on this episode.

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