GLENN: I always say that I like to lead with my mistakes. And I saw the trailer for Wonder Woman, and I have to say, this may be the best movie of all time. Wow, Wonder Woman, I like the little outfit.
STU: It looks great, doesn't it?
GLENN: It looks important.
PAT: It does look important.
STU: Right. That's what I mean.
GLENN: I'm not going to that movie for any other than reason, other than it looks like an important film.
PAT: Yes. Yes.
GLENN: Yes. Yes. Wrong, was I.
PAT: DC Comics might be the greatest film studio of all time.
GLENN: The other ones suck.
STU: We're all won in by the trailer. That's how good it is?
GLENN: Who wants to see Thor, right? Am I right? When you've got Wonder Woman coming.
PAT: Is there another one coming?
GLENN: I don't know. Just thinking about Wonder Woman.
PAT: I'll bet there is.
STU: Now they're just going to stop the franchise. Eh, Thor. They're making how much money from these stupid things?
JEFFY: We've made too much money.
STU: At some point you've made enough money. They're just going with the Barack Obama promise.
GLENN: Can you imagine? Stan Lee, now at the end of his life, he's just rolling in the dough.
STU: I mean, he's had some money over the years, has he not?
GLENN: No, he's made money over the years. But not like this. Can you imagine -- he at least gets to see -- you know, Walt Disney didn't get to see very much of what he created. I mean, I think he would be blown away. Look at what Stan Lee has seen. You know, the comic book thing was very, very successful. But now Marvel Studios, Disney. I mean, that's incredible. That's incredible what they've done.
JEFFY: Boy, no kidding.
GLENN: But, anyway, Wonder Woman, big supporter of her. Big, big supporter.