A Podcast with Kaylie and Nick #160 - How To Mail A Ham

A Podcast with Kaylie and Nick

After Nick Marino complains about expensive move tickets and crappy theaters, Kaylie McDougal helps him BARF all over the place! ALF s1 e15 and ALF s1 e18 were pretty good. Check out Kaylie's ALF screencaps and Nick's ALF screencaps.

yo soy ALF

Then Kaylie and Nick reminisce about childhood, comparing and contrasting their exposure to strong female characters from the 70s, 80s, and 90s. Nick has a mini geek revelation and Kaylie discusses the presence of religion in her Alabama upbringing. ALSO: Do movies based on TV shows suck?

Daddy gets moist

Next up it's the David DeCoteau movie review you've been desperately waiting for! Christmas Puppy (a.k.a. Christmas Spirit) is a weird, boring mess of a movie. Although it fails to live up to A Talking Cat!?! or An Easter Bunny Puppy, it still produces some fucking hilarious screencaps by Kaylie and screencaps by Nick.

Next: There's a freaky transformation in ALF s1 e19 and things get psychological in ALF s1 e20. Also, we review After Earth and Kaylie's secret movie!

4 Responses to “A Podcast with Kaylie and Nick #160 - How To Mail A Ham”


  1. 1 kim

    just you let you guys know there is actually an alf movie coming out supposedly next year, it is going to done by sony entertainment, but paul fusco is going to produce it so there is hope for this movie. love the screenshots you got, they were hilarious! especially where alf looks like he is getting a blowjob. and yeah, whizzer is probably one my least favorite characters the series too.

    I can relate to the feeling of movies based of TV shows being terrible, like a big example the alf movie, I did not like the alf movie as much as I did the TV series. to me the movie was kind of depressing and boring. yeah, alf does have few good funny moments in it, but it just does not hold up the good charm of the TV series did. I think the movie was just made to conclude the series from it's last episode cliffhanger. the 1980s transformers movie was awesome though, at least a little more tolerable then the live action films.

  2. 2 nick marino

    For real... A BIG BLOCKBUSTER ALF MOVIE WOULD ROCK!!! I read an interview with Fusco maybe six months to a year ago that said there might be one, but I forgot all about it! I also sorta didn't believe it. But the fact that there's a studio behind it and everything gives me hope. Sony's done some okay stuff in my book (Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, mostly).

    Project ALF is such a weird bag. I wish I still had it. I think someone stole it, believe it or not!! I agree it's not as good as the series. It's a totally different beast... different humor, different setting, different production value.

    The funny thing about Project ALF is it doesn't really resolve much. I mean, we know ALF is free by the end. But that's it! We have no idea what's gonna happen next. So it just swaps one cliffhanger for another in my opinion.

  3. 3 Jason A

    Nick, I was wondering, *which* Smurfs movie were you talking about? Because if it was the Magic Flute movie, I was curious if you knew it was an adaptation.

    Of course, this all came to mind tonight because I saw a prevue on the tv at work for Smurfs 2.

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  5. 4 nick marino

    I have no idea which one it was! My guess is it wasn't that one.

    BTW, my dad said he's down to podcast on Monday :)

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