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How Did This Get Made?: Minisode 51.5

We asked you to vote which movie represented the best/worst Christmas movie and John Frankenheimer’s last theatrical film, Reindeer Games (which you can watch on Netflix Instant) took the fruit cake! Paul goes through a special holiday Viewer Mail Bag and answers very important questions regarding the origin of kissing under the mistletoe, the worst version of a Christmas song, and why there aren’t more movies about Hanukkah. Be sure to keep submitting new logos for the show as we will choose one real soon!

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How Did This Get Made?: Minisode 47.5

What better way to get ready for Halloween than a not-so-spooky movie? We find out what terrible movie received the most votes from listeners for worst Halloween movie, and answer some very important listener questions. Also, Paul advises us on lactose alternatives. Don’t forget to submit new logos for the show!

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How Did This Get Made?: Minisode 46.5

We’ve all played video games and seen video game adaptations but never has there been a worse video game adaptation than Super Mario Bros the movie. The entire movie is available to watch on YouTube but be sure to stay tuned past the credits for a great little mini scene worth watching. Plus, we answer some listener questions about Star Wars, African Swallows, and waffle deliveries.

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How Did This Get Made?: Minisode 45.5

It’s time once again for a mini-episode of How Did This Get Made! Our next selection is a long lost bad movie classic starring Pamela Anderson Lee as she does karate, shows off her boobs and looks badass. We get a taste of what kind of dialogue we’re in store for with a clip from a post strip tease scene and answer your Viewer Mail questions about toast, cell phone numbers, and movie remakes!

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How Did This Get Made: Minisode 44.5

Get ready for some good old-fashioned throat ripping, monster truck driving, softcore love making action with our next viewing choice on How Did This Get Made? Join us as we enter the Viewer Mail Bag to answer listener questions about beards, theme parks, and sequels!

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How Did This Get Made: Minisode 36.5

Summer is about to start so why waste it going to the beach and having barbecues when you can watch terrible summer movies! This whole summer HDTGM is devoting itself to the best worst summer movies and we’re starting the season off right with a truly awful sequel and we want YOUR suggestions for more bad summer movies for the next batch of episodes. We also want your questions for Danny Trejo who is joining us to discuss his newest film Badass. Submit your questions to the forums and enjoy!

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Ronna & Beverly: Minisode

There is a lot to do to prepare for Passover. The table needs to be set, the haggadah must be prepared, but if you have a little extra time before your family gets there, why not enjoy this bonus minisode of Ronna & Beverly? L’shanah haba’ah b’Yerushalayim!

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How Did This Get Made?: Minisode 33.5

We have an extra extra special minisode for you this week! We brought our guests Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair in a week early so you can get to know them and find out about their awesome new show Best Friends Forever. They talk about making out with each other, highlights of the first season, and awesome guest stars so that next week we can get down to the nitty gritty. See you then!

Bonus! - Can you guess next week’s bomb by just the screen cap?

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How Did This Get Made?: Minisode 32.5

Who says werewolves can’t act? Everyone who saw this week’s movie, apparently. Listen in and find out which piece of garbage we’ll be watching this week AND which stellar logo will be adorning future How Did This Get Made? shirts! See ya next week!

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Minisode 30.5 LIVE!
A few weeks ago we invited How Did This Get Made? listeners to join us at Largo in Los Angeles for a conversation on Birdemic: Shock and Terror. Next week we invite you to listen in as “Weird Al” Yankovic and special guests from the film discuss this throw-back disaster. Watch Birdemic: Shock and Terror (use that link and it helps us out!) and we’ll see you next week!