K&F Show #279: The Thanksgiving Spectacular Show: Planes, Trains, and John Hughes Automobiles

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Holley’s SCREAMING Holiday deals are served up alongside the turkey and gravy this year and some might say they’re better than Aunt Jen’s “Secret Ingredient” stuffing, where the secret ingredient is also known as “butter.” We realize that this is a bold statement. But Holley is a BOLD company, and you can get a brand new Sniper 2 EFI kit right now at a price so good you’ll skip the pumpkin pie and head right to the garage to get started! (Note: you can have that pumpkin pie Friday morning for breakfast, anyway. We all do it. No shame. Don’t forget the Cool Whip.)

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K&F Show Summary:

Happy Thanksgiving! For 2023 our Thanksgiving spectacular is as full of seasonal automotive culture favorites as ever and it starts and ends with the greatest Thanksgiving car movie ever, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. We covered that in depth in the game show, but…..what we’re REALLY after is the cars that made John Hughes movies so memorable for gear-heads like his.

So, in addition to Thanksgiving PTA laced trivia, you can ALSO listen to our full rundown of the Hughes Cars that we developed in Episode 244. If that’s not enough and you have room for more, go back and listen to the original Planted Trains and Automobiles review from Kibbe and Finnegan Show #51!

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K&F Show #51: Thanksgiving Review: Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, Those Aren’t Pillows!

This Thanksgiving episode is presented by the thing every hostess wants for Thanksgiving: Appreciation and Recognition, all in the form of Flowers. Bonus points if she receives it in front of others that will be insanely jealous! To get 20% off all bouquets of $29 or more, go to ProFlowers.com, and use our code “KAFS” at checkout!

Planes Trains and Automobiles Review: This is the world most perfectly made buddy movie centered on the topic of Thanksgiving, ever. It stars Steve Martin and John Candy and was written, produced, and directed by the 1980’s move genius, John Hughes. Neil Page (Steve Martin) and Del Griffith (John Candy) are two travel companions unwontedly stuck together when their flight from NYC to Chicago is diverted to Wichita, KS. What happens over the next two days will go down in movie lore as the strangest scene involving butt cheeks, 18 f-bombs in a row at a car rental counter, and a 1986 Dodge 600 convertible that catches fire. It’s comedic genius. Happy Thanksgiving!