Zoe is a smart-mouthed nerd working at a comic book store with her secret crush – a clueless boy named “Windows.” Her job consists of fielding sexual harassment from her friends and patrons, keeping her Star Wars obsessed friend group in line and basically saving their skins more than once. Zoe struggles to articulate her feelings to Windows, after all she’s not like other girls – in fact, she is not a girl at all! – she likes James Bond! And Star Wars! And Zelda! Things no other girl has ever enjoyed. Or, at least, that’s how Windows and the rest of the guys treat her. Zoe ends up saving the day and rescuing her friends in the middle of their road trip to break into Skywalker Ranch. She joins them for the rest of the trip and helps them break into the centcom of all things George Lucas – the well guarded Skywalker Ranch. There, they hope to be able to watch Episode I with their friend Linus as he has entered into his last days from a long sickness. When they get caught by the guards for horsing around with merch from the original movies, they are each questioned separately about Star Wars and naughty sex stuff. The boys are uncomfortable and clueless, but Zoe regales the guard boss with a graphic depiction of the Louisiana pile driver: “You aim for the eye, grab the lip…lead her around the room-blinding the marlin” – he is so charmed by her and tells her she’s sexy but then she punches him in the face for saying that. In the end, she has to wait to see the movie, but when she finally does, she’s dressed like Leia and dating Windows.
Space Money Octagon Presents
The Filmography Disquisition Series
Kristen Bell: An Exhaustive Examination
Join co-hosts Vanessa and Toben as they journey through an actor’s filmography in an effort to definitively determine that actor’s best movie, using a very real and refined review process.
In Volume 3 of the series, Vanessa and Toben are seeking out the best Kristen Bell movie.
Contact: email@example.com (emails may be read on the show)
Music: Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto in B Flat Major, K. 191 – I. Allegro
performed by the Skidmore College Orchestra
Intro voice performance: @iamastove
This was actually a terrible idea for a podcast