Episode posted Dec. 19, 2017
Twenty years ago this week, a three-hour tour turned into one of the biggest movie events of all time. Since, Titanic has remained in the public consciousness, but does it deserve its success (and boatloads of billions)? Writer and comedian Louis Virtel joins Chris and Drew to talk about Leo DiCaprio's impossibly perfect hair, about Kate Winslet's status as a totally down girl who can hang, and Gloria Stuart's pronunciation of the phrase "the most erotic moment of my life."
@ 22:57: The old couple on the bed in Titanic is Isidor and Ida Straus, who owned Macy's department store in real life. But Drew is mistaken here; they're also not actually main characters in A Night to Remember.
@ 34:58: Kate Winslet said she'd never work with James Cameron again, but now she's allegedly participating in the Avatar sequels, so maybe she’s only willing to reteam with him for a huge load of money?