Field of Dreams – Michael and Lawrence bring you another baseball film from the eighties about a man from Iowa. Shoeless Joe gets another chance to play ball again from an old hippie from he 60’s. All his life, Ray Kinsella was searching for his dreams. Then one day, his dreams came looking for him. If you believe the impossible, the incredible can come true. Lawrence & Michael discuss the only reason to go to Iowa as we break down Field of Dreams. If we record they will listen! If you have the time come visit Dyersville Iowa.
Have you ever wondered if the dishes were truly done? What’s a clown dog taste like? What would you do if your summer babysitter died? All these questions will be answered and more as Special guest Keith Coogan comes back to the show to discuss Don’t Tell Mom the Baby Sitters Dead. (It’s basically an 80’s movie) Also, “the dishes are done man,” only if you check out this fans Etsy account and buy a t-shirt.
Baby Boom – Join Michael & Lawrence as they discuss the pro’s and con’s of ditching their jobs and moving to Vermont to start a baby food business. They will use the forgotten about 80’s Classic Baby Boom as their study guide. Maybe a hunky Sam Shepard will even stop by. Nah he won’t but check it out anyway!
House – The boys ring in Friday 13th right by welcoming back our resident horror movie historian Chris Vander Kaay to discuss the 80’s cult classic House. The movie that proved a Night Court/Cheers crossover might not lead to financial success at the box office but it will succeed in scaring the crap out of a 8 year old Lawrence.
One of the Awesome 80’s cohost’s is about to leap into fatherhood for the first time so the show this week will be taking the opportunity to train cohost Michael on parenthood. We will do this by discussing Look Who’s Talking. No better training for a new father than seeing the world through a baby’s perspective. So tune in to hear about John Travolta before the hair piece and Kirsty Alley before she was crazy!
Michael & Lawrence decide to discuss boobs. Yes, we know the playboy issue has been done silly; this week we discuss Porky’s.