Broadcast News – Our heroes Michael and Lawrence go on a journey back to the 80’s newsroom when news wasn’t fake and we trusted our newsmen…Kinda. We also give you our predictions on the upcoming Oscar race. Take two rival TV reporters: one handsome, one talented, both male. Add one producer, female. Mix well and watch the sparks fly. It’s the story of their lives.
Groundhog Day – Michael and Lawrence are back at it again but this time we are going after a classic film from 1993. Pete Venkman and Dr. Egon are back to together again this time they are stuck in the same day for eternity. A weather man is reluctantly sent to cover a story about a weather forecasting “rat”. He’s having the day of his life…over and over again.
Wildcats – Michael and Lawrence celebrate everything football with our very special Goldie Hawn episode. Molly is a high school track coach who knows just as much about football as anyone else on the planet. Her dream was to coach high school football. Her nightmare was Central High. Just remember; you can’t win a pissing contest with a prick.
Rookie of the Year Part 2 – Michael and Lawrence take you down a Chicago Cubs journey. They add a sequel to their very special episode about about a boy with f’d up tendons. We celebrate Michael and Lawrence’s love for each other and the Chicago Cubs. If you like us, and we hope you do, please come along with us on this adventure. At the end of this one the Cubs actually win the World Series.
Rookie of the Year – Michael and Lawrence used this 90’s classic to talk about their favorite subject, 2016 World Champion Chicago Cubs! Please bare us why we review one of our 90’s favorites. There are many great 80’s baseball films but this one is so choice, please check it out. A kid with an impossible dream. All he needed was a lucky break! The Chicago Cubs needed a miracle… they got Henry Rowengartner.
Kevin Smokler – The Library of Congress wants our movies!! Michael and Lawrence once again welcome Kevin Smokler to our show, this time it’s the governments fault. The Breakfast Club, The Princess Bride and Who Framed Roger Rabbit are only some of the films that will survive the apocalypse. Kevin Smokler writer of Brat Pack America: Visiting Cult Movies of the ’80s, a celebration on everything 80s! This guy put into words what Lawrence and Michael have always felt but have been too stupid to say.