The guys discuss Hollywood Knights. Topics include: pranks, nameless characters, hot rods, Arliss, potatoes in tailpipes, and mostly, Newbomb Turk.
"In this 1980 cult comedy, a group of rebellious teens tear up Beverly Hills on Halloween night 1965 to protest the demise of their favorite hangout, a drive-in marked for destruction by the snooty city bureaucracy. The gang -- which includes Tony Danza, Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert Wuhl in their first major film roles -- leaves its mark when the teens deface a high school banner, sabotage a police car and use a punch bowl as a toilet bowl."
The guys discuss Little Man. Topics include: the Wayans brothers, adult babies, Tracy Morgan, In Living Color, oatmeal raisin cookies, and mostly, pretending to be a baby.
"A man is so eager to become a dad that he'll believe anything, including the notion that a baby-faced thief on the lam is really an abandoned toddler. Toting the "boy" home, the proud papa unwittingly serves as an accomplice to his new son's crimes."
The guys discuss Hot Dog: The Movie. Topics include: skiing, the greatest wet t-shirt contest, Inuits, the rat pack, runaways, Shannon Tweed, and mostly, long d-ing.
"It's all about skin and skiing. Our hero is pure as the driven snow and the best freestyle skier around -- a shoo-in to be the first American to win the world-freestyle title in several years. But he has some stiff competition from a nasty Austrian."
The guys discuss National Lampoon's Senior Trip. Topics include: Jeremy Renner, Herbert, hairbrushes, crossing guards, and mostly, nameless characters.
A group of high school slackers -- stuck in detention and forced to compose a paper about the public education system's failings -- find themselves summoned to the nation's capital after sending the essay to the president in this outrageous comedy. But little does the commander in chief know that the class brainiac wrote the piece and that the students on their way to address Congress are wild party animals. Matt Frewer and Valerie Mahaffey star.