Ruthless People – Michael and Lawrence discuss what it would be like to dare kidnappers to kill your wife! We got THE JUDGE, Devito, Supergirl, and the ROSE herself. Sam Stone is a clothing manufacturer, who married his wife Barbara, for the money and now he is now planning to kill her. Barbara Stone has just been kidnapped by K-Mart, and what she doesn’t know won’t hurt her.
Top That – Michael, Lawrence and Garon Cockrell, contributor to award winning podcast Never Not Funny and web master of Pop Culture Beast, sit down and discuss the naughtiest of 80’s Christmas films. A young boy watches his parents killed by a thief in a Santa suit. He spends his youth in an orphanage, staying quietly to his self, but his mind is further bent by an ironhanded Mother Superior. If “A Nightmare on Elm Street” gave you sleepless nights, or if “Halloween” made you jump in every shadow or if every “Friday the 13th” was more frightening that the others… THEN BEWARE!
Lethal Weapon – Michael and Lawrence have a very special holiday episode, returning special guest host Bobbie Jo joins for the review of the original 1987 Lethal Weapon. Please forgive us and our drunken holiday fever. It is only once in a great while that we get to podcast together and we wanted to take full advantage of that. Two cops. Glover carries a weapon. Gibson is one. He’s the only L.A. cop registered as a LETHAL WEAPON.
The Sure Thing – Michael, Lawrence and John Cusack leave the frozen tundra of the winter and travel to Los Angeles in search of a lady with no strings and no hurt feelings. He’s onto a sure thing . . . but ends up on the funniest journey to romance you’ve ever seen. A sure thing comes once in a lifetime… but the real thing lasts forever.
Dream a Little Dream – Michael and Lawrence touch base with their own Broself’s. We celebrate the most famous Bromance from the 1980’s of Corey and Corey. There is an accident puts the consciousness of an elderly dream researcher into the body of a bratty teenager. The problem? The kid prefers dreamworld limbo to real life. With dreams like these who needs reality?