Episode Twenty One: Villain (1971)

Richard Burton as a crime lord planning a daring heist. It’s the stuff movie dreams are made of! Unfortunately in the case of Villain, they sort of forgot to bring a story along. But it’s still Richard Burton and he is doing some fine Richard Burton acting. And props to the filmmakers for portraying a homosexual relationship (albeit an at times hostile one) only four years after homosexuality was legalized in Britain. And it also features a much less violent Al Swearengen in his youth! We also take some time discussing our top must see television shows. And we drink some high octane beers.

Editors note: Glenn made a much more full-throated attempt to defend Game of Thrones as one of the top must see television programs. Unfortunately much of that had to be edited out for time. But we commend him for his efforts. Blame our editor. His name is Littlefinger.


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Scott: Skip
Alastair: Skip
Glenn: Skip
Cameron: See

Alcohol consumed:
Maitrise by Fulton Beer
Avec Les Bons Voeux by Brasserie Dupont sprl
Exit 3 Blueberry Braggot by Fly Fish Brewing Co.

Recommendations:
Scott: Bloodlines (2015 Netflix original series)
Alastair: Simcoe and Amarillo hops (while recommending his own home-brew)
Glenn: Pawn Sacrifice (2014 film)
Cameron: The Long Good Friday (1980 film)

Episode Twenty One: Villain (1971)

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