Oancitizen examines The Girlfriend Experience that follows the life of a prostitute named Chelsea, played by porn star Sasha Grey, and gives a blunt, yet honest critique of the life of someone in the world's oldest profession.
Oancitizen discovers and watches a strange film by Crispin Glover that is ripe with Nazis, minstrel shows, kids with Down Syndrome, and snails. Lot's of snails. Oancitizens struggles to find the hidden meanings, and ends up going insane in the process.
It's another Lars Von Trier film. This time, Oan looks at one of Von Trier's entries into the Dogme-95 movement, and tries to follow the strict rules set forth by the movement when doing his review. Hi-jinx to follow.
Oancitizen critiques Ken Park, a disturbing film that follows four teenagers and their violent, sexual escapades. It causes Oan to hate the small town of Vaselia, California, where the film is set, and turns to Diamanda Hagan for help.
Ralph Oancitizen celebrates his 50th episode by looking at the 2011 Lars Von Trier drama/sci-fi Melancholia. He praises Kirsten Dunst, but special praise is for Udo Kier. Several of his friends pop up unexpectedly to congratulate Oan on making it to 50 episodes.