In this episode Josh Ratcliffe joins me in having what I think will be an epic discussion about 2 awesome films Pulp Fiction and Punch-Drunk love.

Pulp Fiction
Release: 1994
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Stars: Samuel L Jackson, John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis, Ving Rhames

Punch-drunk Love
Release: 2002
Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
Stars: Adam Sandler, Emily Watson, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Luis Guzmán, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Tim Roth, Amanda Plummer

Josh’s Zoom Background

This is what I pretended to read:

Pepsi Jet Case

I found the wiki about it.,_Inc.

TLDR? Pepsi won.

Cute Aggression

In case you didn’t know, from the wiki, “Cute aggression is superficially aggressive behaviour caused by seeing something cute, such as a human baby or young animal. People experiencing cute aggression may grit their teeth, clench their fists, or feel the urge to bite, pinch, and squeeze something they consider cute”

Al Pacino Jack and Jill

I looked it up so you wouldn’t have to

When did Mia and Vincent go out?

I thought it was that night but according to this dialogue, it is unclear

Jules: Why you so interested in the big man’s wife?
Vincent: He’s goin’ out of town, Florida. And he asked me if I’d take care of her while he’s gone.
Jules: [motioning a gun to the head] Take care of her?
Vincent: No, man. Just take her out. Show her a good time. Make sure she don’t get lonely.
Jules: You’re gonna be taking Mia Wallace out on a date?
Vincent: It is not a date. It’s just like if you were gonna take your buddy’s wife to a movie or somethin’. It’s just good company, that’s all.
[Jules looks at him as though to say, ‘Really?’]
Vincent: It’s not a date. It’s definitely not a date.

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