Boomerang – Michael and Lawrence take turns pretending they are the Mac Daddy, the guy on the cover of Jet magazine and pretend to be the coolest. We cheat again and podcast about Eddie Murphy one more time even if the film was made in 92′. Marcus is a successful advertising executive who woos and beds women almost at will. After a company merger, he finds that his new boss, the ravishing Jacqueline, is treating him in exactly the same way. A Player Who’s About To Be Played.
The Last American Virgin – Michael and Lawrence discuss this dynamic between two teenagers, Karen and Gary. He loves her, she loves Rick and Rick loves Vagina..? The friendship of a group of young friends struggling with teen sex, drugs, and work is jeopardized by a romantic interest which may turn pals into bitter rivals. The comedy that puts ZIP into being a teen…There’s only one thing left to lose. See it or be it…
Smokey and the Bandit – Michael and Lawrence up the horsepower celebrating everything mustache and everything 70s man. Time to take to the road, for a quiet little drive in the country…or not. “What we have here is a total lack of respect for the law!” It’s Burt Reynolds, Sally Field and Jackie Gleason, in high gear and hot water! Meet Bo Darville, aka, “The Bandit.” Smokies (Cops) hate him. Guys dig him. And even girls can’t get enough of him!
Iron Eagle – Michael, Lawrence and SuperFan Josh sit down to discuss this 80s classic. If you become a essay contest winner you too could win a chance to co-host. Doug is 18. Raised on an air base and born to fly. His father has been shot down 6000 miles away, and has been sentenced to death… for the crime of being an American. Everyone’s telling Doug to sit tight and wait. Everyone but Retired Air Force Colonel Chappy Sinclair. They know what they have to do. And they’ve “borrowed” a pair of F-16s to do it. For them, waiting time is over. Break the sound barrier. Break the speed barrier With Us…..!!!
Saved by The Max – Lawrence leaves Michael forever or until next week when they are back together. For now Lawrence visits this pop up diner with a collection of former guest hosts. The Max was the local campus hangout for the students of Bayside High. It was where the Bayside Tigers would celebrate before and after games. It was owned by a magician named “Max”. The gang heads there to go down memory lane and some good eats.
1980’s Films Made in the 90’s – Michael and Lawrence sit down with Kevin Smokler who has written Brat Pack America: Visiting Cult Movies of the ’80s, a celebration on everything 80s! We look at films of the 1990’s through a prism as if they we made and cherished as mush as our 1980s films. Listen to another one of our fantastic voyages back to the greatest decade of all.