It’s Time to Rewind: Season 1 week 5
Groundhog Day After Day After Day week 5
Time is just flying by, unlike the time within Groundhog Day which goes extraordinarily slow as Phil is still getting slapped over and over again on a repeated February 2nd. I also wanted to mention that now that I am more active again here on the site, I have re-adjusted our Patreon page where you can directly support this site and gain access to early episodes of this podcast, early access to occasional non-review posts, and you can help choose what movies I review on this site and what movies and TV series I cover in future seasons of It’s Time to Rewind. And if we make our monthly goal of $25 a month, I will do a monthly bonus podcast of either a bonus Filmwhys episode, or a bonus It’s Time to Rewind which will be Patreon exclusive for a full month before releasing to everyone else. As for this week’s It’s Time to Rewind episodes, we’ve got a full week of Phil being slapped. The entire week barely covers 3 seconds worth of screen time, but I assure you that it’s a fun time.
Episode 12 & 13 were released together in a special double episode (aka, I decided to do 6 episodes worth of slap montage instead of 7). Phil’s twelfth Groundhog Day that starts and ends at 56 minutes and 27 seconds with Phil getting slapped. And special bonus double episode where we also discuss Phil’s thirteenth Groundhog Day that starts and ends at 56 minutes and 28 seconds with Phil getting slapped. I’m joined all three episodes this week by guest Jason Soto from Whatever With Jason Soto and Rabbit Hole Podcasts.
Episode 14 Phil’s fourteenth Groundhog Day that starts and ends at 56 minutes and 29 seconds with Phil getting slapped. We also briefly discuss this Shyaporn video https://youtu.be/p89mUV3JhFA
Episode 15 Phil’s fifteenth Groundhog Day that starts at 56 minutes and 29 seconds with Phil about to get slapped and ends at 56 minutes and 30 seconds with Phil getting slapped.
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