R | | Comedy, Drama, Horror
A brash and arrogant podcaster gets more than he bargained for when he travels to Canada to interview a mysterious recluse... who has a rather disturbing fondness for walruses.
The inspiration for Teddy and the "Not See Party" podcast comes from Smith's friend, and fellow "Comic Book Men" cast member, Walt Flanagan. Flanagan has stated many times that he will never travel by plane, and rarely leaves New Jersey for any events.
A Canadian doesn't get sad. Sadness was made by the USA.
Wallace Bryton: Oh, come on. What does that mean?
Border Agent: Take off, it's true. Right there on our flag. It's right there when you look at it. When you see past that sacred Maple Leaf, you know what you see?
Wallace Bryton: A white ...
The flag in the border office is not the right size - a Canadian flag is twice as long as it is wide.
A scene after the credits shows Guy Lapointe holding his stomach and going "Ya just had to have the second slider. Ya just had to have the second slider."
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