Stu Gotz and The Dude on the Right get together for their last "Weekend Wrap-Up!" podcast of summer, and right off the bat Stu needs The Dude’s help as to what he can call a Chicago Cubs’ player without getting sued. The Dude isn’t a lawyer, so he uses Penn & Teller logic, but the podcast quickly shifts to movie watching as Stu gives his feedback if "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs" is good for the kids. The boys do a lot of talking about TV, what with the Emmy Awards being the night before, The Dude liking "Community" and "Survivor: Samoa," and they both have TiVo setting to do with the next couple of weeks kicking things into high gear. The Dude watched "Smart People" with his BFF, Stu went to a Demolition Derby again and saw a car melt, and they both wonder if the side effects of Latisse, a drug that gives you longer, fuller, and darker eyelashes is worth it. Luckily for them, neither of them need it.
Who knew there were tiny porterhouse steaks, but during this podcast episode of Stu & The Dude’s "Weekend Wrap-Up!," The Dude on the Right tells Stu Gotz all about it. They both deconstruct the new Jay Leno show, Stu saw "Extract," The Dude isn’t off to a good start this football season with losses by the Bears and Buckeyes, Stu has grill issues, The Dude is cheering on The Fab Five on America’s Got Talent (though he thinks The Texas Tenors will win), and the fall TV season has both of them scrambling for TiVo options. Their life’s are so simple, yet so complex.
Who knew you have to now account for installed body parts, or at least breast implants, so The Dude on the Right and Stu Gotz talk about it during this podcast episode of their "Weekend Wrap-Up!" Along with boobs, the boys both are able to talk about "Inglourious Basterds" because they both caught the movie, only The Dude is able to talk about "Monk" this weekend, Stu is getting his boys hooked on demolition derby’s and the Boy Scouts, while The Dude saw a lot of trees, and appropriately, went to the new Apple store in Naperville. Summer is winding down, The Dude is cheering on The Fab 5 on "America’s Got Talent," and the boys keep things going, at least for another weekend.
… a perfect weather Sunday brought about a lovely afternoon looking at trees, and I tell Stu all about it during this “Weekend Wrap-Up!” podcast episode. While I was enjoying nature this weekend, and a visit to the new Apple Store in Naperville, IL., Stu and the little Gotz’s were enjoying destruction, as in car destruction at the Route 66 Raceway for a demolition derby. We both saw “Inglorious Basterds”… and neither of us are that excited about the movies opening next weekend, but I am looking forward to cheering on The Fab 5 on “America’s Got Talent” the next time they are on. We talk about so much in so little time! …
Stu Gotz wonders why there aren’t any science explanations at the "Harry Potter" exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, but during this podcast episode of "Stu & The Dude’s Weekend Wrap-Up!", the boys at least have something in common – their laughing during "The Goods," a movie most nobody went to see. The Dude tells Stu about "The Rocker" and "The Soloist," Stu can’t figure out when "Monk" ends on TV, and Stu is sort of amazed that The Dude didn’t burn the Dude-Pad down while doing some home improvements. All of that and more for your listening pleasure.
The Dude on the Right took his BFF to see "The Proposal," and they both agreed that even though the movie was fairly predictable, that it was still enjoyable. Ryan Reynolds seems to be coming into his own as an actor, Sandra Bullock is her adorable self in adorable mode, as well as playing a great bitch of a boss, and Betty White is just a hoot. The dudes get to see a hot Sandra Bullock pretty much naked, the dudettes get to see a, well, Ryan Reynolds pretty much naked, and PETA will be happy that no puppies were harmed in the making of this film, nor were they taken away by an eagle. Predictable and funny – Who knew?
It amazes Stu Gotz that the kids don’t hurt their ankle, but when it comes to an in-law, x-rays might be necessary, while The Dude on the Right was disappointed in "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra." They tell each other these tales during this podcast episode of "Stu & The Dude’s Weekend Wrap-Up!" podcast, and Stu also fills The Dude in on "Seven Pounds," the Will Smith flick. The Dude has issues with Walmart, Stu has issues with The Shack, they both agree KFC is a better name, but neither of them can figure out how Mama Gotz double-booked her calendar for this upcoming weekend. They talk; You can listen.
The Dude on the Right wanted to like "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra," but during this movie review he explains how little Skippy was just as entertaining, even though annoying, while he was watching the movie. For The Dude that’s kind of a shock because as he puts it, the movie had a lot of stabbings, chasing, shooting, and bloated action, complete with flashbacks. Sadly what seemed to be missing the most was an entertaining story. Maybe the sequel will get it right since they already seem to have it set up.
The Dude on the Right and Stu Gotz had different experiences at Chicago’s Venetian Night event, and they talk about it during this episode of "Stu & The Dude’s Weekend Wrap-Up!" podcast. While The Dude was sleeping, it seems Stu was paranoid the little Gotz’s were going to take a dip in Lake Michigan, but at least the podcast turns to some levity when they discuss the movie "Mamma Mia!" They do their worst to talk about Sarah Palin quitting her post as Governor of Alaska, chat a bit about the good fortune lately of the Chicago White Sox and Cubs, and who knew, but some people are assholes. Then there’s the part about The Dude thinking about a new car, especially with the Cash for Clunkers program, and it being more complicated now that he is engaged.
The Dude on the Right and Stu Gotz are back again for another fun-filled episode of "Stu & The Dude’s Weekend Wrap-Up!" podcast, where The Dude can’t seem to locate "Count Chocula," but Stu did see "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince." Along with cereal talk and movie talk, our boys also discuss Tom Watson at The British Open, a dude who looks like he wants to take a dump in the "Twilight 2" trailer, Stu seeing an old fraternity brother of ours, and I remind Stu of the benefits of easy-out parking when seeing an event at Wrigley Field in Chicago.