Episode 012 – TEEN WOLF!!!!!!!!!, Ginger Hate Crimes, Angel Kisses, Pekin, Superman, Socialist Libraries and Sowry

Michael and Lawrence discuss everyone’s favorite TEEN WOLF, the recent rash of ginger hate crimes, the history of Pekin, Illinois, Superman graphic novels, socialist libraries, and angel kisses.

Episode 011 – Tootsie, Role Playing, Three Act Movies, Denouements, Korfball, Adult Language, Complete Insanity, Egg Roles, Brett Presson

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Michael and Lawrence discuss the movie Tootsie, role playing, three act movies, denouements, korfball, adult language, complete insanity, egg roles, and Brett Presson.

This episode is completely insane. ART IS WARNING YOU. CRAZY. NO HOLDS BARRED. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 105.

THE EVIDENCE

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Episode 010 – A CLUE THANKSGIVING FROM A80P!

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CLUE. THIS PODCAST IS ABOUT CLUE! HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

Episode 009 – Big, SEGMENTS, SEGMENTS, Art goes nuts, and the Iron Sheik

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Everyone goes absolutely nuts in this episode of the Awesome 80s Podcast while Michael and Lawrence dissect the 80s epic classic BIG. What’s the first thing you’d do once you realized you were big? Yeah, we all know. Other highlights include Lawrence and his tinfoil hat suggesting alternative endings to the movie, Art flipping out every time Lawrence coughs, pencil pop discussion, and a special visit from the Iron Sheik. Oh and segments. So many segments.

Episode 008 – Three O’Clock High

THERE ISN’T GOING TO BE ANY FIGHT TODAY.

This week Lawrence and Michael discuss the Aaron Spelling classic, “Three O’Clock High,” the brass knuckles as a penis metaphor, Art has technical difficulties, messy rooms, and why are the parent’s always on vacation? Do you remember a time when your parents just left you and left for like a month. Don’t become a dude and do drugs!

Episode #7 – Can’t Buy Me Love

“Ronald is making an investment in his senior year. He’s hiring the prettiest cheerleader in school to be his girlfriend.”

Lawrence and Michael get serious for a moment with the 1987 cinematic wonder “Can’t Buy Me Love” starring Patrick Dempsey. We also start to dive deep into the psyche of Mr. Michael and his issues with one very special word and his inability to not smile when saying this word. We’ve attached photographic evidence below.

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