Müstache Waxing with Cris and David

Night-Flight Club

May 03, 2023 Cris and David Season 3 Episode 2
Night-Flight Club
Müstache Waxing with Cris and David
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Müstache Waxing with Cris and David
Night-Flight Club
May 03, 2023 Season 3 Episode 2
Cris and David

Promise an intriguing journey into the decadent world of Moscow's legendary Night Flight Club as we, your hosts David and Cris, delve into the club's illustrious history, notorious reputation, and sumptuous Nordic menu. Uncover the secrets behind the vodka shots served in frozen ice skates and the unexpected backstory of marinated herring in pickled beets and gherkins. 

Join us as we wander down memory lane, reminiscing about the club's high-class clientele, the luxurious imported items, and daily shipments of food from Sweden that made the Night Flight an oasis amidst famine. We'll discuss everything from the unique dishes to the intriguing aspect of prostitutes having to pay to work there. Get a taste of the wild and scandalous side of Moscow as we explore our favorite films featuring Russia or Russians and sex workers, and even decode some Led Zeppelin lyrics for good measure.

Finally, we cast a critical eye on the Night Flight, rating everything from its daring horseradish vodka shot to its exotic menu, and award it  golden rings. Despite its unfortunate closure due to the COVID pandemic, the Night Flight Club lives on in our hearts and minds as a testament to the finer vices in life. So grab a glass, sit back, and prepare for a lively discussion filled with laughter, reminiscence, and a good dose of vice.

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Promise an intriguing journey into the decadent world of Moscow's legendary Night Flight Club as we, your hosts David and Cris, delve into the club's illustrious history, notorious reputation, and sumptuous Nordic menu. Uncover the secrets behind the vodka shots served in frozen ice skates and the unexpected backstory of marinated herring in pickled beets and gherkins. 

Join us as we wander down memory lane, reminiscing about the club's high-class clientele, the luxurious imported items, and daily shipments of food from Sweden that made the Night Flight an oasis amidst famine. We'll discuss everything from the unique dishes to the intriguing aspect of prostitutes having to pay to work there. Get a taste of the wild and scandalous side of Moscow as we explore our favorite films featuring Russia or Russians and sex workers, and even decode some Led Zeppelin lyrics for good measure.

Finally, we cast a critical eye on the Night Flight, rating everything from its daring horseradish vodka shot to its exotic menu, and award it  golden rings. Despite its unfortunate closure due to the COVID pandemic, the Night Flight Club lives on in our hearts and minds as a testament to the finer vices in life. So grab a glass, sit back, and prepare for a lively discussion filled with laughter, reminiscence, and a good dose of vice.

David:

Avenged by our great MmmTransman for thousands of thousands of ideas throughout history, learned and watched in anCA. Зай そう. Thank you to Night Flight Club. A message received from your brother across the water that says the ends in sight, or just a train that never stops when someone pushed a gun into your hand, you're knocking down them doors trying to take you away. Or is this old Mr Breakman just ringing your bell? A picture of a lady with a baby and a very, very special smile. Whoa Mama, come on, meet me in the morning, won't you meet me in the middle of the night, night night, right here on Moose Sashwaxing a discussion of the finer vices in life? I'm David James Piszczki, a publisher, professor of English, master of fine arts, poet, musician, educator, artist, editor, designer, actor, father, partner, friend and your host.

David:

And with me is Chris, an expert on everything and the vices person in the world. Chris, David, those were Led Zeppelin lyrics.

Cris:

Oh, OK, I've seen the T-shirt with his name on it.

David:

Chris, name your top three movies or television series that feature Russia or Russians and strippers or sex workers.

Cris:

The first thing coming to my mind is John Malkovich with a funny Russian accent. What's that movie, David?

David:

I don't know.

Cris:

You know they're playing poker.

David:

They're having underground no-limit Hold'em matches oh, matt Damon's in it.

Cris:

You know he's triangulating at the poker table. I'll say triangulars.

David:

That's close, that's close I kid, I kid, it's rounders.

Cris:

There's another Matt Damon movie, the Born Supremacy, that features sex trafficking and Russians.

David:

Does it? It has Russians.

Cris:

There's Russians chasing Matt Damon around the whole movie. And then there's a Russian politician who's involved in sex trafficking. Is that in Conair? Conair is Nicholas Cage, this one's Matt Damon the Born and Ultimatum.

David:

How about the Sopranos?

Cris:

I love the Sopranos. I'm a big fan of the series. Had a lot of bulls. I don't remember a lot of Russians, though.

David:

There's a Russian prostitute with one leg.

Cris:

That's right, tony's Mistress. Yeah, she was in the early seasons and she was great. She had a heart of gold. I'll tell you that much.

David:

It's Goomba, it's Gumby it was Goomba.

Cris:

I think we've talked about Goombas. I don't think that's the right term and I think I mistakenly said Grandma.

David:

I don't think Grandma is correct.

Cris:

It's so hard to pick because there's just so many great films and television series featuring Russians and sex workers. You got the one with John Malkovich. You got a couple of Matt Damon's in there.

David:

Tony Sopranos.

Cris:

Goomba Irina. She was a great prostitute, even though she only had one leg and a heart of gold. How many legs do you think would make her the perfect prostitute? At least one more. Yeah, I think you all agree with you, david, like a pair of legs is what you're looking for. And then the Italian gentleman loved the pear shaped body, but this Goomba had neither of those.

David:

I think those are our characters from Mario.

Cris:

Well, just because Chris Pratt is playing an Italian in the Mario movie doesn't mean that he's going to have all the Italian stereotypes. There's no point in not going to be Goombas in a family movie like that.

David:

Did you see the Jack Black?

Cris:

Peaches, peaches, peaches. I haven't seen the Mario Brothers movie.

David:

You've got to look up, there's one song. Apparently it's Jack Black singing peaches, peaches, peaches. It's very funny. There's a music video for it.

Cris:

Was it to take place in Russia? Because that's part of the criteria to be on this list, right.

David:

Probably.

Cris:

The Mario movie takes place in Russia Probably. Well, then I guess it would qualify if it takes place in Russia and there's goombas in it. Maybe I should see the Mario movie and see if it makes the list.

David:

It's time for you all to get educated. This is Mr Chris's class.

Cris:

In the heart of Moscow, night Flight stands as Russia's first nightclub, a swanky establishment where anything is possible. It lasted a quarter of a century. That's seen tanks on the streets, a scandal with Brian Adams, brawls between Gaddafi's bodyguards and enough prostitution to make even jazz legend Johnny Johnny Coltrane blush. It takes a lot from the blush. He's seen everything Opening on Tverskastri during the Twilight of the USSR in 1991. Tear down this wall. Of course we all remember that historic moment.

David:

I think that was in Berlin.

Cris:

Yes, this and tear down this wall was referring to the Berlin Wall and of course was said by President Ronald Reagan Old trickle down. He tried to trickle down that wall In 1991, night Flight was the brainchild of Yuri Giverts and his Swedish partners, who spared no expense in furnishing the club with every imaginable item. They imported everything from Sweden.

David:

Oh, david. Well, let's do a role play. Yeah, I'm the Russian guy. I'm not going to do an accent, I'm going to ask you you be the Swedish guy. Like hey, how should we decorate this?

Cris:

They imported the wallpaper, ashtrays, toothpicks, even the screws and screwdrivers to erect the building. In the mid 90s, when food was scarce in Russia, a truck loaded with produce would arrive daily from Sweden, making the club a culinary oasis amidst the famine. Waterford crystals adorned the establishment. We learned about that.

David:

The blows, men would cry yeah. Oh, I interrupted what you were joking about.

Cris:

No, it's just. These crystals from Waterford were also just everywhere. You'd look on every wall and the blows men who crafted the glass would mingle with the high-class clientele of the club, providing a surreal ambience. The club opened in October of 1991, just a couple of months after the failed coup attempt that saw tanks roll past its future windows.

David:

It's far down the swall.

Cris:

Night flight catered primarily to foreigners, as most Russians, save for the nouveau riche, had no time for nightclubs. It was the first Russian establishment where people on the staff all spoke English.

David:

Oh good. And where patrons would pay with international Patrons would come with no patrons, not patriots. Patrons would come if everybody spoke English.

Cris:

Well, they did. Everyone spoke English and you didn't have to let go to the bank and get rubles, russian rubles. They take your Japanese yen, your swish kroner. I had those. I'm talking about the currency kroner, not the disease.

David:

I think I might. My dad traveled a lot.

Cris:

Well, I don't know how you get kroners.

David:

I don't think they use a kroner anymore. I think they use euros, I think actually Frank's.

Cris:

If you want to get the sweetest meatballs at Ikea, I know you got to bring hot dogs.

David:

That's another vice.

Cris:

Who's the great kroners of our time, David? What would it be? Of our time Mel Torme.

David:

That sure is, even our parents' time, but yes, mel of Mel Torme.

Cris:

Yes, clubs in those years were a hodgepodge of excitement and danger. Now, night Fight also made history by introducing a strict face control system, admitting only well-dressed clientele, much to the sagrin of the Russian bros.

David:

Had to follow the rules of that one song. Sing it, I don't know what song you're doing. If you're blue and you don't know where to go to, why don't you go where? I think I was thinking Putting on the rits About the one from Annie about the smile, which it doesn't matter how you're dressed. That's the opposite message.

Cris:

Well, you're never fully dressed without it. You can be dressed through the nines, but if your lips are in a straight line and not an upside, down rainbow.

David:

But you could be a hobo who cares what you're wearing.

Cris:

Well, it's what you wear from ear to ear and not from head to toe that matter.

David:

Savo-savo-ro's must be Sorry.

Cris:

These bros, these Russian mafiosi. They dressed in the track suits with the gold chains Not admitted, Not allowed in.

David:

So they said dude Jesus.

Cris:

That yes, Not allowed in. Jesus was screaming from the uterus no, dad, like there's no room at this end. So one of these bros was so mad, he was furious and he was denied entry. He drove his car straight into the club's front door.

David:

Oh my, gosh, I actually was at a club when somebody did that True story. What club? The Mason Jar.

Cris:

What did they do? How was it handled? Did people just freak out?

David:

or they leave, or Well, where they ran into the car was kind of in the back. Oh, no one's back there, so nobody's back there.

Cris:

Not the Mason Jar.

David:

Not the Mason Jar no. So it was just kind of like oh, somebody's mad.

Cris:

Matt Janssen, the club's general manager, recalls a particular heated incident when two of Mamar Gadolfi's sons bodyguards started brawling while the Libyan leader was inside the club. They brawled, they brawled. It's a fighting they were roughing and tumbling Fisticuffs, if you will. The conflict was eventually resolved, possibly through a spirited round. No, I'm not going to read that. Now you have to read it. The club's strict security measures have occasionally caused some embarrassment, like the Time Rockstar Brian Adams Sing his song David Everything, I do.

David:

I do it for you.

Cris:

Now you obviously would let him right into your club, right?

David:

Yeah, I guess.

Cris:

Because anything he'd do, he'd do for you, so you would do something for him, like let him in the club If I knew it was him, I don't know.

David:

Well, I could check his ID, I guess I don't know.

Cris:

If it's me, I'm letting him in. I don't know what he looks like. I mean assuming he's meeting the dress code and smiling he's in.

David:

I kind of know what he looked like in 1991.

Cris:

He was supposed to get in for free and they made him pay and he was not happy. But he's got a lot of money. Yeah, the security guard, shrugged off, says you know exactly the same thing. He could afford it Whatever.

David:

Yeah, he's rich, he's saying that one song in Robin Hood, prince of Thieves. You know, it's true. Everything I do so.

Cris:

that song got him a Grammy award and an Academy Award nomination, but it did not get him into Night Flight.

David:

It's over, I think anyway it doesn't matter.

Cris:

So Night Flight isn't just a night club, of course. It's a restaurant, it's a bar, it's a cigar lounge.

David:

Bill Clinton would like this place, I think.

Cris:

Oh I get it.

David:

And the cigars and the um.

Cris:

He went crazy for him. He loves cigars. And he loves Brian Adams, he does. I think Bill Clinton actually picked up Brian Adams' tab, but he was still insulted. Hey man, Now you and I, David, work connoisseurs. We enjoy a good meal right Sure. So I was like I want to know more about this Night Flight Club. I got to see the menu and I did find a copy, so shall I read it.

David:

I do want to hear about it.

Cris:

Okay, so course one. It says Herring Ice Sculpture, and then a description. Our first course features a school of marinated herring, elegantly encased in a towering ice sculpture. The herring is marinated in a delightful combination of pickled beets and gherkins, fermented for six months in a Russian Babushka's basement. The ice sculpture is carved in the house by an artist wearing a blindfold, making each creation a unique work of art, and then, of course, paired with a shot of vodka, served in a hollowed out. Beat On to the second course.

David:

There's got to be a joke about Helen Keller being blind and herring Blind, but herring can't see the how herring was she. The listener can fill in that joke, but it's there. You are giving it to course to All right.

Cris:

The second course is the blubber bonanza, which is the second course. The chef prepared an exquisite whale blubber carpaccio sliced in perfection using a traditional Viking sword. The secret behind its tenderness, a nightly ritual of gentle, she shanties, serenaded by the Sanities, serenaded by the kitchen staff.

David:

He's aunties.

Cris:

See shanties. See shanties See shanties.

David:

She shanties, See shanties.

Cris:

Sung by the kitchen staff to the slabs of leather Nuts, of course, paired with the chilled glass of sparkling reindeer milk served in a reindeer hoof.

David:

And that's not the end of the meal, david, there's several more courses. There better be a terrible tasting man. Two courses, you know our listeners are not very fine. A lot of them, so tasting menus are a lot of courses everybody.

Cris:

The third is a salmon souffle. Surprise. Now for the third course. They offer a delicate salmon souffle infused with aged lootfisk. Now lootfisk is stored in a secret underground bunker and guarded by former KGB agents. The surprise you'll never guess that the souffle is actually cooked inside an old Soviet washing machine, giving it a unique texture and aroma. And that is paired with a generous pour of acvita and a repurposed sardine can.

David:

They should get the herring cans there is no cans for the herring.

Cris:

They're fresh herring, they catch you live.

David:

Use all the parts.

Cris:

No again, no cans. Oh okay, because they're fresh fish. Fourth course is a fermented forest feast. That's a lot of Fs, that's alliteration, that's alliteration, handsome. This course is a delightful mix of wild mushrooms and berries harvested by a team of daredevil foragers who scale the trees and cliffs of Scandinavia to pick only the finest ingredients, and the fruits of their laborer are then fermented in a traditional Eastern European style crock pot for 100 days in 99 nights.

David:

What's the Eastern European style crock pot? That's what they cook it in. What's the difference in Eastern European style crock pot and the ones we have here?

Cris:

The plug at the end is a different connector. Okay, we have a way different plug for the power, and that's of course, paired with a glass of birch sap wine served in a hollowed out tree branch.

David:

This is your menu.

Cris:

This is not my menu, Of course. Five, I like it. Blood sausage ballet. The fifth course features a medley of Scandinavian blood sausages which are made using a secret family recipe passed down from generation to generation the twist.

David:

Peppermint.

Cris:

Correct, paired with a fiery shot of horseradish-infused vodka, served in a frozen ice skate.

David:

That sounds pretty. I would do horseradish-infused vodka shot, Would you do that? Oh yeah, absolutely. That sounds pretty good to me actually.

Cris:

Yeah, in a frozen ice skate, it would keep it nice and cool.

David:

Do you see those boots? They're a little unwieldy.

Cris:

Have you held an ice skate recently? They're a little bit of a.

David:

I have gone ice skating twice in the last few months.

Cris:

I think it's a two-handed job to drink that. That's what she said. Course number six is another alliteration reindeer roulet. For the penultimate course, indulge in reindeer tenderloin grilled to perfection on a custom-made roulette wheel grill. The grill master spins the whale expertly, flipping and searching east-peats of the meat until it lands on your lucky number. That's paired with a mug of warm mead served in a Viking horn, and drum roll, please. We are on the final course. Now, to end this culinary adventure, they present a daring dessert, so strumming cheesecake, cheesecake that's prepared by a pastry chef who dons a gas mask to combat the pungent aroma. The dish features a delightful blend of cream cheese and fermented Baltic herring. So once in a lifetime experience you'll never forget. And that's paired, of course, with a sweet and fizzy Lindenberry wine that is served in a vintage Soviet gas mask. That's the menu.

David:

The whole first year.

Cris:

It was from the first year. I don't know if they had a different menu every night or if they had, you know, the same menu every night.

David:

Okay, so during sometime during the first year, I think it's safe to say that.

Cris:

But what's a nightclub without a bit of scandal, david? Uh, a room, exactly Night flight, became a haven for professionals, and I'm doing quote fingers, I see them. I'm talking about prostitutes.

David:

Oh, not LeBron James. He's a professional basketball player.

Cris:

I'm talking about prostitutes and they were drawn to the wealthy foreign clientele like moths to a flame. According to Janssen, 99% of the women who frequented the club were professional 99%.

David:

What does that mean? What who's Janssen?

Cris:

He does the percentages. He does the percentages.

David:

I don't remember you mentioning him before, but according to I might have skipped past Janssen.

Cris:

I paired this down. So yeah, he does great stats and when he says 99%, you can bet it's in the 90s.

David:

Just like night flight.

Cris:

But the club excels does operate entirely within the bounds of legality. Now, the ladies pay for their entrance fees and they buy their own drinks, and whatever happens outside the club is none of the management's business. Today, night flight remains a glittering passion of Moscow nightlife. However, it is closed, yeah.

David:

I did.

Cris:

They close their doors during the COVID pandemic.

David:

Have you heard of this? What do you even mean? What are you talking about In?

Cris:

2021? I don't remember 2020,.

David:

I think 2020. For whatever you're talking about.

Cris:

In Wuhan, someone sneezed into a burrito. I don't know what happened actually.

David:

If I don't remember it happening, it didn't.

Cris:

But unfortunately. Yes, it had a great run night flight, but it is currently closed. Maybe it'll open back up again, but that's the night flight club in.

David:

Moscow. Do you think the moustache waxing bump will help it open up again? It can't hurt. It can't hurt.

Cris:

I agree. Unfortunately we can't release this in Russia, but they don't need Russian clients.

David:

It's mostly foreigners.

Cris:

Because we can't award any Golden Rings to the sanctions. We can't award any Golden Rings to Russia.

David:

Because moustache waxing is a deadly serious affair. Let's take a game break Now, chris. We are already talking about this. This is why I wrote this. We grew up in a community theater and the most important thing we learned were a couple of vocal warm-up exercises that we no longer even attempt to use other than ingest, which is exactly what we did before.

Cris:

That's true.

David:

Instead of actually warming up and being understandable Great word we just make fun of it.

Cris:

Yeah, I mean I've listened back to some of these episodes. David, I mumble Lot of it, right? I gotta remember to move my mouth.

David:

I've never heard that. It's a staple of the theater, these vocal it is and the staple gun, also staple of the theater, that's true. You, you, you staple so much stuff, staple so much stuff like breathe in the middle of the show. Yeah, a lot of times I've never seen a show right in here climb. Ford Every street.

Cris:

Here's robe is ripped, a staple it.

David:

This game is called Moscow mulling and Sputnik puking in the Nabokov nurses arms. Okay, it's kind of a plan, old Shakespeare.

Cris:

The Bard, if you know. Yes, the plays the thing. That's what Shakespeare said mm-hmm, mm-hmm.

David:

I will give you three sets of three words that have something to do with Russia and Very quickly you will come up with a clever vocal warm-up exercise featuring those three words. If it is a good vocal exercise, you get a point. If it's bad, you do not get a point.

Cris:

What if it's bad but clever?

David:

you need two points to win and you can interpret that either way, because the ones I actually know are not good. But they were, I would call them bad. What did to do to die today?

Cris:

Today you know you need unique New York toy boat toy boat.

David:

Toy boat. Toy boat. Toy boat. Toy boat. Toy boat toy boat toy boat, toy boat, toy boat. That was pretty, absolutely not bad.

Cris:

I've never heard it done that well in all my years in the theater.

David:

Do you understand the rules of the game? I do, david, you need two points to win, by the way.

Cris:

Okay, there's only three, and I get two points per guess.

David:

There's no guesses. Okay, you only get one point for a good, all right. The first three words are vodka, vladimir Vroom.

Cris:

Like a car all right, vrooming around the room with Vladimir's vodka breath.

David:

Vrooming, vrooming around the room with Vladimir's vodka breath.

Cris:

I feel like it needs a rhyme at the end.

David:

Vred and um rhyme.

Cris:

Vret rooming around the moon, sipping Vladimir's vodka from a spoon.

David:

Okay, I like it. You're a point.

Cris:

That's two points. That's one point. That was that's not worth you.

David:

Hey, you need to the win and just because I want to hear all three, I don't sure you have good chances on this next one.

Cris:

All right, what it's the next one?

David:

David. Gorbachev, oh Gorbachev on the floor down the wall Gulag oh, gulag, that's great, because those are in Russia. Yes, russian prisons the Soviet. Union and ghoul.

Cris:

Ghoul. That's like a ghost. What is a ghoul? Is it a dead person? What is a ghoul? It's not a goblin. I know there's goblins, ghouls and ghosts, but what's a ghoul? I?

David:

know what a goblin is a goblin and a ghost.

Cris:

Sounds like a half-dead goblin.

David:

All right After.

Cris:

Gorbachev's girlfriend's ghastly ghouls Locked in a gulag. Gorbachev's ghastly girlfriend's ghouls. I was just gonna not give it to you so we could hear the last one but that was objectively not good. I don't disagree.

David:

Okay, third one yeah, putin, Putin, putin, putting on the Ritz, putting on the Ritz and putting, like Bill, your favorite comedian, bill Cosby, your favorite, your Life coach, bill.

Cris:

Cosby. He raped so many women like I haven't even met as many women as he's raped. That's not.

David:

That's not cool, he's tainted for me. Okay, putin putting. Putting.

Cris:

Putin, putin's Putin in the Pantry, putin's Putin in the Pantry.

David:

Putin, putin's Putin in the Pantry. I like it. Your winner. Now we know. Night flight closed.

Cris:

Yes, the doors have been shut permanently on night flight.

David:

So the head? This is a legitimate question. What's the future Right?

Cris:

We know it's closed. Will it reopen one day? We don't know. We highly doubt those Swedes are going to have the patience to bring all that stuff back to Sweden.

David:

That's the one thing we know about the Swedes Impatient.

Cris:

Well, that's why the Swedish chef like just throws those ingredients, so like he doesn't even chop them up, like he does take a cleaver and like he doesn't learn a real language, he just basically like chopping things with a giant cleaver, like very roughly, because a lot of times you want more precision on your cuts.

David:

He's making like a stew.

Cris:

Yeah, and he just throws and greets.

David:

Yeah, he's only making like. He's making like a pot roast.

Cris:

These ingredients are oftentimes alive Like the bell pepper screaming, but we're talking about way in the future. We're talking about sex robot times. We're talking about the dogs finally coming out of the casinos. The dogs Way far out, finally coming out. And the Swedes are going to be affected by all these volcano eruptions in Scotland and they're going to have to get all their stuff out of.

David:

Sweden Too smoky.

Cris:

The Scotch is just too smoky. They got to get all their stuff out of there and so, but they don't know where to go. The winds had carried a lot of that smoke all the way through Eastern Europe, and Russia was very affected by the smoke, and so they had to get it everything out of there. What are they going to do with all this stuff? Well, they have an idea. Let's open another nightclub.

David:

Yes.

Cris:

Where could they put it? I mean, europe's so smoky. Almost everyone left, except for a little place where they love the smoke. They can't get enough of the smoke, they go crazy for smoke. To this day, people are in the streets smoking cigarettes night and day, wrap the clock. And of course I'm talking about a very special place the gay land of Paris.

David:

What's Paris?

Cris:

I'm talking about Paris, France.

David:

City of Lights Two different names for the same place.

Cris:

Paris is how the locals pronounce it. So they decide they're going to build it at the top of the Eiffel Tower and they open the new night flight club.

David:

Oh yeah, this is a good place.

Cris:

There are some differences. There is no prostitution at the new club because in the future of course there's no prostitution. You just use a public sex spot. That's basically what a prostitute is in the future. They also issue the cigar lounges. Cigars are not as popular in the future and they replace it with cocaine lounges where you get sprayed right in the eye, not dissimilar to the Sturgeon Mountain ride at Sturgeon World where you get sprayed in the face with semen. But this would be cocaine.

David:

And then you have to like find some criminals, yeah, have the energy then.

Cris:

Especially if you're one of the milk triplets.

David:

That's what the milk triplets are in. They're in the cocaine. Now, that's all my reasons.

Cris:

That's why they're, that's why they have the visions.

David:

And that makes sense.

Cris:

Yeah, so yeah, you got to go to the party and you go right up to the top of the Eiffel Tower. You can't drive a car through it, it's impossible. So they're killing two birds with one stone when they're way up high like that, because there really was a bummer that night they do that car through it.

David:

That's a bummer. That really ruined all the herring. And if you're Brian Adams, just pay the money.

Cris:

Well, brian Adams, of course dead is far in the future. But there is a very famous dressage horse named Bridal Horsens.

David:

But the club does live on in the future and it becomes like one of the hot spots in the best jockey parties.

Cris:

It all takes place at the night flight party. Speaking of the jockeys, they actually have their own dance floor at the night flight party. These jockeys have talent, but they don't really get a chance to do much on the horse. That's dancing the short jockeys. They want to dance and they're sitting on that horse, not doing that much, but they're watching and they're learning. They're sitting on that horse and seeing them dance and they're like I could do that.

David:

I could do like a goofy People think it's awesome because horses aren't supposed to do that.

Cris:

That room, though, where the dancing, the jockeys are dancing, and almost no one goes in there. It's very, it's really for them.

David:

It's good for them. On Musash waxing we are the ultimate judges of all things. We judge on the five golden ring.

Cris:

Scale.

David:

From the old song, because five is the most we're devout Christians.

Cris:

We have a leeching.

David:

And so Christmas is the most important thing to us.

Cris:

We love Christmas.

David:

We love marriage. We hate sex before marriage.

Cris:

Hate it, it's gross.

David:

So we judge on five golden rings. Chris, what would you rate a night?

Cris:

flight club. Well, you want me to rate it first? Yeah, why not? Okay, sure, I'm happy to rate it. Night flight gentlemen's club. The rating All right, counting down three, three.

David:

Two, two Buckle my shoe, one Go yeah.

Cris:

Wait, my shoes unbuckled. Ready Three Go and scene All right Night flight gentlemen's club. No, can't do, it can't do it because it closed. I give four golden rings. Once you get it, four calling birds we give golden rings and the song it's four calling birds, so I get your reference.

David:

That's a good joke. That was a good bit Come on.

Cris:

Yeah, that was a funny. Thank you, David, for lightning it up, Okay.

David:

I'm about to get very serious Night flight, night flight.

Cris:

I'm going to talk about it a little bit. Oh okay, First off, I love nightclubs. I just can't get enough of the nightclubs with the music. I love the whole scene. That's probably what they played. So yeah, so, just because it's a nightclub, boom. Gentlemen, that's me. I'm a gentleman, this is a gentleman's club and I'm a gentleman's gentleman. I also like that the prostitutes have to pay.

David:

Yeah, that scene got cut from a pretty woman.

Cris:

Well, gary Marshall had to leave some of his babies on the cutting room floor, unfortunately, but that's how it goes. I regret that I couldn't attend while it was still open, because I'm interested in the tasting menu. I mean, I'm curious without trying it, though, it's hard to give it five golden rings, so I'm going to stick with four golden rings. Four golden rings from first round Four golden rings. What's your rating, though, david? I got a no.

David:

Night flight club.

Cris:

Three, two buckle, my shoe Go.

David:

I'm also going to give it four. Damn, that was fast. Golden rings, prostitutes, but above board Nightclub.

Cris:

Yeah we're the same, so far Go game, oh yeah in the future, in the future.

David:

It gets bright right in your eyes. I bet it was happening then too. It's bright in your eyes. I bet that's true, that horseradish vodka shot it's interesting. I like that. Take a ring away because of the Swedes and their impatience. Oh, they're too impatient, they're too impatient, If they would have waited a long time. If they would have been patient, I wouldn't have given them five.

Cris:

I have to leave the impatience in, but they're too impatient. That's right there in the math.

David:

Chris, david, here's to a fine day.

Cris:

Here's to a fine life. And a fine vice Dmitry's, living within myth and perception, but universal inacji fragimasu outline you.

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Night Flight
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