It's January, which means Nicolas Cage Month. The Critic starts the ball rolling with John Woo's horrifically outrageously overdone, but so-bad-it's-good, Face/Off. He enjoys what a loose canon Cage is in the film, and John Travolta is no slouch in the overacting department either. Also, Critic and Malcolm have to say farewell to Rachel, who's moved on to bigger and better things. Written by
Did You Know?
comes on to explain that part of this episode is true. There really was a very elaborate farewell sequence for Rachel Tietz
and was meant to introduce her replacement Tamara Chambers
. The sequence was accidentally deleted by Walker. See more
Though one door has opened, I will never forget the good times we've had. The fun, the laughs, the fact that Malcolm's worn more women's clothing than I have.
Following the credits, Doug appears and admits the gag about the Critic deleting Rachel's big send-off was based on real events, where Doug really did delete the scene by accident. Rachel gives a farewell address via Skype. See more
References Bangkok Dangerous