Pop Medieval Ep 39: “Your Female Part is a Little Underwritten (and Greasy), Sir”

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Pop Medieval
Pop Medieval Ep 39: "Your Female Part is a Little Underwritten (and Greasy), Sir"
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Movember continues! Hoo boy, this is a doozy. Doc and Nina are back in the same room to watch “The Name of the Rose,” a 1986 slog with Sean Connery and Christian Slater! Can they really stop laughing long enough to explain what’s going on? (This is all Engineer Mike’s fault.)

Topics covered: who’s actually IN this movie, Sherlock Holmes, the actual title of this film, Benedictine vs Franciscan orders, the lost book on Poetics, Frasier vs Tenet, the Cotton Library fire, the greasy sex scene, Doc’s teenage dating life, Nina’s very important question

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FYI – this movie is almost impossible to find. We’re linking to where you can buy the DVD (if you have to)

The Name of the Rose (https://www.amazon.com/Name-Rose-Sean-Connery/dp/B019HR3E18/)

The Mission (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091530/)

Napoleon Dynamite (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0374900/)

Mythic Quest (https://tv.apple.com/us/show/mythic-quest/umc.cmc.1nfdfd5zlk05fo1bwwetzldy3)