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Back Seat Box Office #32

Amongst the hosts, Andrew and Tony were tied for first this week with 20 points while Jonathan came in third with 18 points. Average scores for the first seventeen weeks of 2011 have Tony in first place with 20.35 points, Jonathan in second with 19.71 points and Andrew in third with 19.53 points.

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New movies debuting in wide release this weekend include Fast Five, Prom, and Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil.

Picks for the week:
Tony

  1. Fast Five
  2. Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Big Happy Family
  3. Rio
  4. Prom
  5. Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil

Andrew

  1. Fast Five
  2. Rio
  3. Prom
  4. Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Big Happy Family
  5. Water for Elephants

Jonathan’s casting of runes predicted:

  1. Fast Five
  2. Rio
  3. Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil
  4. Water for Elephants
  5. Prom

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5 replies on “Back Seat Box Office #32”

I just finished listening to you guys on the way into work, and I must say, I feel like your magical thoughts that Prom will do well remind me of another teenage flick you considered earlier this year. The mark of the beast in the form of Take Me Home Tonight. Do we all remember how well received that was?

Yeah, I’ve given up on this week rolled some dice on slots 3-5. Here’s what I got.

1. Fast Five
2. Prom
3. Hoodwinked 2
4. Rio
5. Madea

Sam, my ladyfriend says:
1. Prom
2. Fast Five
3. Rio
4. Madea
5. Water for Elephants

OK, here we go:

1 Fast Five
2 Rio
3 Water for Elephants
4 Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil
5 Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Big Happy Family

hey, you guys mentioned a lot about HSX this week. Can you give your trader usernames on HSX so I can put you on my watchlist?

Father Beast –

I don’t actually have a HSX account. I just check the share prices each week before recording. I keep thinking about starting one up but just haven’t gotten around to it. I’ll drop you my name once I do.

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