This Friday CNBC is airing (four times!) the hour-long 2009 dramatic film "The Last Days of Lehman Brothers." It's about the weekend that the firm crashed. It does not look good.
Admittedly, we haven't seen it, but Business Insider has, and it turns out it might be one of those "so bad it's good" movies. They've compiled ten "hilariously awesome" lines from the film. They are hilarious, and awesome, and somehow it doesn't seem putting them in context is going to make a difference.
It'd be like Rome selling the Vatican to the Japanese to make it a hotel and hiring the Pope as the bell boy. It's just a fantasy.