Ep 194 Planet of the Apes: Do You Expect Us To Talk?

Do You Expect Us To Talk? returns with another series, the sci-fi classic Planet of the Apes. Starring Charlton Heston as an astronaut who crash lands on a strange planet where Apes rule and humans are caged animals treated like pests. In a bid to win his freedom, he must prove who is who he says he is or face experimentation. Joining us for this series is regular guest Charlie Brigden who is a fan of the films, adding further depth to the discussion.

Join Becca, Dave, Chris and Charlie as we discuss, smoking on screen, is Charlton Heston hot totty, twist endings being spoilt on cover art (see above), the Twilight Zone, Phil Hartman and Jerry Goldsmith wearing a Ape mask.

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Do You Expect Us To Talk Will Return with Beneath the Planet of the Apes

Ep 193 Live and Let Die commentary: Do You Expect Us To Talk?

Do You Expect Us To Talk? returns and its commentary time. On this occasion we are watching Roger Moore’s first entry Live and Let Die. After our first attempt originally failed way back when we were covering the Bond series, this is our second attempt to cover the Classic Bond film featuring voodoo, black magic and heroin.

Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we sit and watch the movie while chatting how you couldn’t make this film today, what happened last time we tried to record this, what Moneypenny gets up to when Bond sleeps around, terrible looking coffee, Chris fact checks tarot card reading, who was the best Felix and the offensive stereotyping of southern Americans.

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Do You Expect Us To Talk Will Return with Planet of the Apes (1968)