We’re trying to recapture our former glory by reusing the theme from our very first episode: A movie featuring a neon green Hummer. Grant is on the fence about Hummer Mermaids. Rachel invents reverse crying. And in the end, we learn that if you want to win on The Pitch-off Project, you should never trust Leete.
Hayden Finkelshtain and Jordi O’Dael prove that life is meaningless with their pitches about Existentialism. Hayden is bringing smoke bombs back. Jordi releases us from the obligation of our own happiness. And in the end, Leete gets to apply his own belief in numerology to the scores.
Grab the tissues, because Jordi O’Dael and Andrew Gaunce are pitching movies to make everyone cry. The maximum amount. Jordi desexualizes their main love interest. Andrew tells a touching story of childhood trauma. And in the end, we get one of the most definitive reasons for victory yet!
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We’re back in the boardroom with our Executive Marketing Guru, Jessica Fife. This time, we’re marketing the Grace Smith, Hayden Finkelshtain co-production Don’t Tell Daddy: Meow. Our marketing strategy touches on Peter Dinklage, hot, fit young guys and credit card scanners.
We’re keeping mum as Hayden Finkelshtain and Grace Smith pitch their movies based on the title Don’t Tell Daddy. Hayden explains to the boardroom how sexy things happen. Grace makes Hayden lose his fucking mind. And in the end, the only rule is: There are no rules.
Josef and Leete are alone in the boardroom answering listener questions on the end of Inception, romantic subplots and Alopecia Jerry. Followed by a lightning round of movie pitches titled: Over, Sideways and Under; Acorn: the Story of Oak; A Hundred Bad Guys With Swords; Make Like a Tree and Love; All I Gotta Do Is Jump; and The Legend of Hardwood Jones.
After a brief announcement from your favorite movie execs, we’re in the boardroom for another marketing mix with our Executive Marketing Guru. This week, we’re working on Jimmer Lowe’s movie Orlando’s Finest. Our marketing strategy touches on shot-for-shot remakes, Paul Dano and the Netflix home screen.
Natasha Safarian and Jimmer Lowe put on their mittens and create movies with the subtitle They Bloom in Winter. Natasha lays all her millennial cards on the table. A frustrated Jimmer gives us a minute-by-minute breakdown of his movie. And in the end, you gotta make the first one before you make the second one.
Josef and Leete are alone in the boardroom answering listener questions on pubic hair, angry characters, beer sponsorships and billionaires. Followed by a lightning round of movie pitches titled: Younicorn, Vampire-in-law, Moby Dick 2: Dicks Out!, Hot Garbage, Share and Share a… Love? and A Dog Called Splot.
We’re in the boardroom for another marketing mix with our Executive Marketing Guru. This week, we’re working on Connor Ferris’s movie PreFabulous. Our marketing strategy touches on Trojan condoms, virtue signalling and The Emoji Movie 2.
Josef and Leete are alone in the boardroom answering listener questions on our favourite Pitch-off Project projects, foreign countries and Meryl Streep. Followed by a lightning round of movie pitches titled: Dog Seeking Dog, Psy-Clone, Sing for the Fences, Niagara Rises, The Groundhog of Summer and El Amor Qui No Habla Ingles: A Star Wars Story.