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The Wilder Ride is a podcast where we look to explore and celebrate the films of Gene Wilder, using the ​movies by minutes format. Your hosts are Alan Sanders and Walt Murray, getting Wilder by the minute.

Mar 12, 2019

Today's episode begins with Hedley trying to think of a way to scare off the people of Rock Ridge. Initially, Taggart has an idea, but Hedley mistakes it as a need for him to use the restroom. Taggart instead suggests he knows how to rid the town of its residents. He suggests they kill the first born male of every household. Hedley considers the idea for a moment but then declares it as too Jewish. After a moment, Taggart enthusiastically suggests a number 6. Hedley isn't sure of what that is so Taggart explains. It's when he and his men go riding into town, beating every living thing within an inch of its life, except for the women and the children. Hedley then asks, "So, you spare the women and the children?" Taggart then says they actually rape the sh*t out of them at the After Number 6 Dance that follows. When Hedley remarks it's a brilliant idea, clasping Taggart by the temples, it's only then he notices the bandages. He asks what happened and Taggart begins to say, "Oh, that uppity ni..." but that's when the episode ends.

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