June 4, 2014
EP. 15 — Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark – U Talkin’ U2 To Me?
Doug Loves Movies host Doug Benson joins Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss the broadway rock musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. They’ll get into the conception and making of the musical, Bono & The Edge’s involvement with writing the music & lyrics for the musical, and share their impressions of the musical. Plus, the guys talk about the times Doug & Scott saw U2’s PopMart Tour & The 360° Tour, recap night 3 of Hollywood Joel, go through some listener mail, and ask Doug “What’s Your Deductible Bro?”
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