Do You Expect Us To Talk Christmas Commentary : Trading Places

Seasons greetings everyone, Do You Expect Us To Talk? is back with a festive commentary, late in the game but hopefully will prove a new year treat rather than a Christmas one. This year the team have chosen Trading Places. This classic directed by John Landis, is a twist on The Prince and the Pauper story, where upper-class commodities broker and a homeless street hustler, are exchanged as part of a bet made by stock brokers The Duke Brothers.

Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we watch and discuss how great Eddie Murphy’s first few movies were and why that doesn’t include Best Defence, the acting skills of Dan Ackroyd, how Trading Places is a Christmas movie for all seasons, how to get away with black face and eating salmon with dirty Santa beard.

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Charity Episode – Coming To America : Do You Expect Us To Talk?

So after a bit of a break Do You Expect Us To Talk has returned and decide to break things in gently with a charity commentary. As requested by one of our listeners, we’re sitting through the second-best John Landis and Eddie Murphy collaboration, the first will come next Christmas. Set in the fictional African nation of Zamunda, Eddie Murphy plays Akeem, the young prince who wants to break from the tradition of arranged marriage and find a wife in the United States of America without his father’s knowledge.

Join Becca, Chris, Dave and guest Charlie Bridgen as we talk about the unofficial sequel to Trading Places, Eddie Murphy doing his own stunts, Arsenio Hall chatshow, yuppie culture, Dave’s interview questions for Samual L Jackson, Lisa’s sister is a money grabber, soul glow, bowing talk, Eddie Murphys stand up and his ability to do drama and Sexual Chocolate is the greatest band ever.

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