- (Dave is having trouble remembering the movie he took his nephew to)
- Dave: Hammer Bro!
- Greg: Hammer Bro?! What happened? Have you caught my disease? What's Hammer Bro?
- Dave: I want to call it Tron.
- Greg: Thor? Jesus christ, it's Thor! One of the Avengers! You took to see Thor and...?
- Dave: No, I took him to Hammer Boy.
- Greg: HAMMER BOY IS NOT WHAT IT'S CALLED!
Planet of the Apes
Escape from the Planet of the Apes
The Terminator 2
Army of Darkness
bokstarr asked: Dave, I run melbournecomedy tumblr and fell out of my chair that you reblogged. Thanks for the follow!!
Ah, I stumbled upon it yesterday via Celia Pacquola on twitter. It’s great!
(Submitted by Ben)
- Brian: I'm fucking with you for getting words wrong, and then..words wrong..wronging more my face.
- Dave: Have you thought that maybe coming on this podcast makes you an idiot?
bigtoz asked: Hey Dave, hope that isn't just a cameo of you on Maron?
No. Solid parts.
1975 World Series
A well-known moment of Fisk’s career came in the 12th inning of Game 6 of the 1975 World Series at Fenway Park. He hit Cincinnati Reds pitcher Pat Darcy's second pitch down the left field line that appeared to be heading into foul territory. The enduring image of Fisk jumping and waving the ball fair as he made his way to first base is considered by many to be one of baseball's greatest moments. The ball struck the foul pole, giving the Red Sox a 7–6 win and forcing a seventh and deciding game of the Fall Classic.
The image of him waving the ball fair changed the way baseball was televised. During this time, cameramen covering baseball were instructed to follow the flight of the ball. In a 1999 interview, NBC cameraman Lou Gerard admitted that the classic shot was not due to his own skills as a cameraman, but because he had been distracted by a nearby rat. Unable to follow the ball, he kept the camera on Fisk instead. This play was perhaps the most important catalyst in getting camera operators to focus most of their attention on the players themselves.