The Good, the Bad, & the Furry 1


This week, Nerdonomy guest host Bryan Knapp takes Sarah’s place as The Nerds discuss Spaghetti Westerns, specifically Sergio Leone’s “Dollars Trilogy.”

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One thought on “The Good, the Bad, & the Furry

  • sheef

    Catching up on some “Nerds on Film” podcasts and loved “The Good, the Bad, and the Furry.” Just some thoughts on recasting “3 Amigos.”

    Lucky Day – despite being a clown, Lucky Day must have a bit of an Alpha to him (but not too much). It’s too easy to say “Robert Downey Jr.,” because he’d be perfect in just about anything. I recently rewatched “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” and George Clooney would be awesome, but again he’s a little too Mt. Rushmore. I’d go with Jack Black – see my Ned Nederlander casting choice below.

    Dusty Bottoms – you need to go with a doofus who’s key line is, “Do you have anything here besides Mexican food?” A good candidate would be Ty Burell, aka Phil Dunphy from “Modern Family,” who can play a bit of a jerk when needed. To keep it in the SNL family, you could go with Will Farrell.

    Ned Nederlander: Simon Pegg leaps to mind, and I’d also like to see what Zach Galifinakis could do in the role (plus I’d love to see him squeeze into a 3 Amigos costume).

    Can you imagine a “My Little Buttercup” duet with Jack Black and Zach Galifinakis?

    One fun choice – go with Team Chris – Chris Pine as Lucky Day, Chris Pratt as Dusty Bottoms, and Chris Evans as Ned Nederlander (but only if you shrink him down to his pre-steroidal injection in “Captain America”).