In an uncharacteristically positive episode of Rewatchability, we extol the virtues of The Cable Guy, the 1996 dark comedy starring Jim Carrey, and directed by a pre-Night at the Museum, post-Reality Bites Ben Stiller. Though critically panned at the time, we still find it delightful, and even ahead of its time; it was re-written by Judd Appatow, features both Bob Odenkirk and David Cross whilst Mr. Show was in its infancy, and Jim Carrey even throws in a Jefferson Airplane tune for good measure.

Episode 13- The Cable Guy

WARNING: the podcast contains strong language and immature subject matter, please be advised.