Inspirational calculus instructor Corky McDonnell and homicidal substitute teacher Daniel Barnes head back to school in this recess-sized mini-episode, as they pick their all-time favorite movie teachers. The pedantic hosts also preview next week’s review of the repulsive comedy Clifford, a film that spent five years developing its flavors before finally getting released to the public in 1994. It stars Martin Short as a devilish ten-year-old and Charles Grodin as his tormented uncle, and if you feel like bullying yourself, the film is available to watch for free on Vudu and TubiTV. Next, the hosts revisit their disagreement over George Clooney’s Suburbicon, which leads to some playground-level taunting about whether Corky’s lawyer could beat up Daniel’s lawyer. After pitching a revenge flick sequel called Stand and Deliver 2: Deliver Us from Evil, Corky compiles listener responses to our previous Questions of the Week, while Daniel reads a few of your movie dares.
Dare Daniel Question of the Week: Who is your favorite movie teacher?
Corky’s pick: Jaime Escalante (Edward James Olmos), Stand and Deliver
Daniel’s pick: François Marin (François Bégaudeau), The Class
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