Episode # 137 – Do the Right Thing

right2Do the Right Thing – Michael and Lawrence discuss Spike Lee’s first and some say greatest film. It’s the hottest day of the summer. You can do nothing, you can do something, or you can…? Discussions about white guilt, Our Robocop Remake, and more. We give you our Oscar Pics and let you know who should win.right

Episode # 136 – ROBOCOP

robo1ROBOCOP – Michael, Lawrence and super guest host other Mike join together to discuss dystopian Detroit and a robot policeman. We talk about action figures, prostitutes, ultra-violence, cocaine, automatic handgun pistols, Red Forman,  Reaganomics etc…. Part man. Part machine. All cop. The future of law enforcement.robo2

Awesome 80s PodShort – Saved by the Bell

save1 Saved by the Bell – Michael and Lawrence go back to high school again. This time it is in Bayside California, Go Tigers! We are joined by super awesome guest host April Richardson the host of the SBTB Podcast Go Bayside and we have an awesome time. Please enjoy our review of the There’s No Hope With Dope episode as we discuss The Max, Screech having aspergers, and ins and out of teen drug use.save2

 

Episode # 135 – War of the Roses

warosesWar of the Roses – Michael and Lawrence review the disintegration of a marriage to celebrate St. Valentines Day. We discuss love, loss, divorce and everything comes up roses. Once in a lifetime comes a motion picture that makes you feel like falling in love all over again. This is not that movie.chandy

Episode # 134 – Short Circuit 2

short-circuit-2-movie-poster-1988-1020232942Short Circuit 2 – Michael and Lawrence decide to celebrate the Life and times of our friend Jonathan A. Five. We spotlight his transformation and his journey from a robot to person. We discuss Superbowl commercials, German robot soccer games, and the love we have for J5. Some say he’s nuts. Some say he’s bolts. But can Number Five make it in the big, bad city? Keep your wires crossed.j52

Awesome 80s PodShort – USFL

trophyUSFL – Michael and Lawrence discuss the history and ins and outs of the 1980′s most distinctive new Football league. The USFL was the brainchild of David Dixon, a New Orleans antiques dealer, who had been instrumental in bringing the New Orleans Saints to town. In 1965, he envisioned football as a possible spring and summer sport.  The League was noteworthy for signing three consecutive Heisman Trophy winners: Herschel Walker and Doug Flutie, and Nebraska running back Mike Rozier.th (1)