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Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 15: Members Only Archive Dusted #3

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Consisting of outtakes and deleted material (previously only available to forum members) from Podcast On Fire 14, 15, 16 and 17  from 2008 with Stoo, Kenny B, Mike Banner, Scott Napier and James Aylmore, this collection feature tangents on: American television, an early Stephen Chow movie re-title up there with the best of them, more on underrated screen fighters, similarities to the Edison Chen photo scandal and the movie Beyond Our Ken and Skype problems.

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Beyond Our Ken (2004)

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Plot: Shirley (Hong Tao) a karaoke waitress leads a perfectly normal love life with her fireman boyfriend – Ken (Daniel Wu). One day she is confronted by Chan Wai-Ching (Gillian Chung), Ching is Ken’s ex-girlfriend.

She tells her Shirley that Ken is a bad guy. She tell’s her when they were a couple, Ken took nude photographs of her. Soon after taking the pictures he dumps her and posts the photograph’s over the internet. This soon get’s out of control when it turns out that those photo’s caused Ching to loose her job as a teacher.

Ching no longer cares about Ken, but she want’s those photo’s back, She convinces Shirley to help her sneak into Ken’s apartment and destroy these photo’s which are stored on his computer. Shirley agree’s to help as she feel’s she might be led down the path.

Together they plot against Ken and it only looks like they’ve skimmed the surface. Read the rest of this entry »

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