The Rotten Tomatoes Show: Season 1, Episode 16

Year One/Whatever Works/The Proposal (25 Jun. 2009)

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In the this episode of The Rotten Tomatoes Show, hosts Brett Erlich and Ellen Fox lead ensemble reviews of "Year One," "Whatever Works," & "The Proposal," Brett breaks down the Top 5 Summer... See full summary »

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In the this episode of The Rotten Tomatoes Show, hosts Brett Erlich and Ellen Fox lead ensemble reviews of "Year One," "Whatever Works," & "The Proposal," Brett breaks down the Top 5 Summer Camps in movie history and Ellen learns how to be a Lady Boss by watching the movies. Written by The Rotten Tomatoes Show Team

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[first lines]
Brett Erlich: I always kind of liked Michael Bay.
Ellen Fox: I think he relies to much on special effects.
[a car alarm goes off. Ellen kicks the car in the wheel and the car turns into a transformer, destroying Ellen]
Brett Erlich: Oh crap! Decepticon! I gotta roll.
[turns into a car with the license plate "BRETT" and drives off]
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