The guys discuss Weekend Pass. Topics include: the Navy, cocky studs, stand up comedy, aerobics, gangs, and mostly, a boring movie.
"Four single Navy sailors get a 72-hour pass of shore leave freedom in Los Angeles before they have to report for duty and ship out. The quartet lives it up, sowing their wild oats, crawling from Venice Beach to strip clubs and chasing every woman in sight in this comic romp from director Lawrence Bassoff. Chip McAllister and Peter Ellenstein co-star, with the hilarious Phil Hartman as Joe Chicago."
The guys discuss Joysticks. Topics include: an awesome theme song, lame pranks, binaca, Joe Don Baker, video games, Simba, and mostly, Pacman interludes.
Trouble rears its ugly head at the video arcade in this racy teen comedy about a group of kids who battle businessman and concerned parent Joseph Rutter (Joe Don Baker), who believes that video games will destroy the youngsters' minds. When he tries to close down the popular hangout, it's up to King Vidiot (Jon Gries), nerdy Eugene Groebe (Leif Green) and the rest of the gang to defend their right to play Pac-Man.
The guys discuss Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Topics include: Cameron Crowe, ticket scalping, dugouts, impressing underage girls, the origins of “wuss”, Spicoli, and mostly, Phoebe Cates’s jugs.
"Writer Cameron Crowe's coming-of-age classic follows the ups and downs of a group of high school students over the course of a year in 1980s California. The cast includes Sean Penn as a stoner surfer and Jennifer Jason Leigh as a virginal freshman."
The guys discuss Screwballs. Topics include: Mythbusters, cafeteria workers, Purity Bush, drive-ins, spanish fly, magnetism, and mostly, peeping schemes.
"Five horny high school students in detention decide to get even with the popular girl who squealed on them and landed them in trouble. They make a pact to deflower the virginal Purity Busch before the year's over."
The guys discuss Superbad. Topics include: paying for porn, Red Bull, boner hiding techniques, adult house parties, fake pizza, and mostly, friendship.
"High school buddies Seth and Evan try to buy booze for a party, hoping it will help them score with two girls before they head off to college. But their quest leads them on a series of wacky misadventures."