Man 1: Hello everybody, this is Mike Nawrocki.
Man 2: And this is Brian Roberts!
Nawrocki: Let's see, and who are we? Uhm..
Roberts: You're the- you're Larry.
Nawrocki: I'm Lar- (Larry's voice) I'm Larry! (normal) And uh..
Roberts: And I'm not Bob.
Nawrocki: And you're not Bob, though. But I wrote "The Lone Stranger"? No, wait, it's "Moe and the Big Exit".
Roberts: "Moe and the Big Exit". We'll talk more about that later.
Nawrocki: Yeah, and Brian directed "Moe and the Big Exit".
Roberts: Yes I did.
Nawrocki: Yep. So, and a fine job you did. I'm about ready to see it all in it's full beauty. I haven't watched it yet, in it's full beauty. So this is-
Roberts (interrupts) Uh, I think this is the same beauty you saw it in last night.
Nawrocki: But it's- with with better sound.
Roberts: Oh, yeah, yeah yeah!
Nawrocki: That'll be very good.
Roberts: Yeah, we got the score and the songs in now. Nawrocki: So why won't we talk about the title first?
Roberts: Well, let's talk about the development.
- I Love Lucy is a 1950's sitcom.
- She-Hulk is a super heroine from the Marvel Universe, who is the cousin of the Incredible Hulk.
- Sandy Cheeks is a character from "SpongeBob SquarePants", who is a Texan squirrel.
- The Ten Commandments is a film starring Charlton Heston, and like "Moe", it is based on the story of Moses.
- The Back to the Future clock tower they mentioned is the Hill Valley clocktower, the main location used in the original trilogy.