Episode 121

Potential Worst Product Placement

Not that anybody asked but this week we drank some incredible Pepsi™ and tucked into some Taco Bell™ because we're talking about product placement. Which product and film combination has the potential to be the most awful? And we mean awful, not an incredible combination like a Big Mac™ and a McFlurry™ which you can get at any local McDonalds™. What will make our final Top 3 list this week? Expect scream powered planes, Space Jam's pioneering use of onion rings and the benefits of bulking by eating beaver.

A huge thank you to former guests the Reverend Scott K from The Church of Tarantino, Our Boy Harley of Fandomentals Podcast and the always incredible Alexandra George for their contributions to the episode.

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Two friends argue which films and TV shows make their Top 3 of various topics

About your hosts

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Graham Jones

Top 3 Things You Should Know:
1. Once saw Tom Felton in a cocktail bar, fairly sure he did a double take thinking I was his old pal Rupert.
2. Psychology graduate and knows this doesn't matter.
3. The van story - but I'm not telling you unless you buy me a beer.
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Ian Harries

Top 3 Things You Should Know:
1. Holds the unironic belief that Nicolas Cage is the greatest living actor.
2. History graduate and thinks this matters.
3. Once climbed a mountain by accident.