New guest Nathan joins to discuss Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, and Danny Devito in this classic romance-action-comedy from 1984. Also to talk about boy bands, painting pigeons, children kidnappers, and prison wallets. The audio is a bit off at the beginning but is fixed pretty quickly.
We too are strange and unusual. This week we talk small town bars, hot topic trends, and afterlife bureaucracy as we discuss the Tim Burton classic staring Michael Keaton, Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, and goth teen icon Winona Ryder. We also pitch the best possible Beetlejuice 2.
We get good and drunk and try and come to terms with our own family baggage...errr...I mean we tell jokes and review the Chevy Chase comedy classic...yeah definitely the last part.
We review this classic Tom Hanks family film by discussing Hooch as a metaphor for his manhood, the fact that Hanks is constantly rocking a banana hammock, and the very real possibility that Turner is gay. We're joined by Ema and new guest Erica who do their best to make things dirtier.
We're back with our third John Hughes affair. This time we review an all time classic staring Matthew Broderick...or do we? Maybe we don't even exist and this whole podcast is just in your head, a creation of your mind in order to get through your suicidal depression.