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Rocky Horror Picture Show (Movies)

"I'm glad we caught you at home. Would you mind if we used your phone? We're both in a bit of a hurry."
"Right."

Using dialogue from this cult musical film, Veronica and Mac greet a bemused Vice Principal Clemmons at home. Sadly, he is not in the fishnets and high heels required to respond as sweet transvestite Dr. Frank N. Furter, but no doubt they are in the closet, ready for the next midnight trip to the late night, double feature, picture show.

2.08 "Ahoy, Mateys!"

"It's like the new Rocky Horror. Now at one point people throw plastic spoons at the screen. You gotta check it out. It'll-it'll change your life."

Piz's favorite obsession isn't building a man in a lab like Dr. Frank-N-Furter in The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Oh, no. He's into a cult movie of a very different kind as he explains to Wallace. The Room is writer/director/star Tommy Wiseau's ego project, which is credited as being the absolutely greatest worst movie ever made. Everything in the film is bad: the production, the script, the acting. There is not one single moment, including the inexplicable reappearing framed photograph of a plastic spoon, that doesn't make you want to tear apart your brain and replace it with a kitten. It's that bad, so of course it has a cult following in L.A., where monthly showings are accompanied by Rocky-like audience particition. Go see it now. Take your plastic spoons. It will change your life. I can see y'all shivering with antici...

Pation.

3.16 "Un-American Graffiti"
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