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R.I.P. August Ames. Voyeur documentary featuring the great Gerald Foos. A gentlemen in Connecticut makes love to a dead body. The great Roy Moore!
New co-host. R.I.P. Charles Manson and the guy from AC/DC. Jared Fogle news. Wearing a path in carpet. Harvey Weinstein. Matt Lauer. The great James Toback.
The guys discuss The Wild Life. Topics include: Cameron Crowe, bowling, Vietnam, nunchucks, and mostly, remaking Fast Time at Ridgemont High.
"A high-school wrestler (Christopher Penn) parties with his buddy (Eric Stoltz) at a swinging-singles apartment complex."
The guys discuss See Dick Run. Topics include: voodoo, Kel Mitchell, sign spinning, and mostly, losing your penis.
"Player Richard Jones (Kel Mitchell) meets his match when one of the (many) women he's cast off puts a curse on him that leaves him minus his manhood. Now, our diminished hero is in a race against time to determine which wronged gal is responsible. A voodoo priestess tries to help, but Jones is going to have to do a lot of apologizing if he's to correct the hex before it becomes permanent in this comedy inked and helmed by Dwayne Alexander Smith."
The guys discuss Old School. Topics include: Vince Vaughn, Will Ferrell, fraternities, earmuffs, Don Magic Juan, and mostly, boning underage girls.
"Three guys in their early thirties try to relive their glory days by moving into a house near their old college campus. There, they establish a "fraternity" that draws the ire of the dean, who took their abuse as a kid."
The guys discuss Doctor Detroit. Topics include: Dan Aykroyd, Fran Drescher, Indian food, endowments, Diavolo, the player's ball, and mostly, pimping.
"Meek community college professor Clifford Skridlow is tricked into taking on the hipster persona of a pimp named Doctor Detroit, and soon he's up to his neck in hot babes. But he also incurs the wrath of a notorious mobster known as Mom."
The guys discuss That's My Boy. Topics include: Adam Sandler, famous actor Rex Ryan, teachers boning students, and mostly, WAAAZZZUUUUPPPP.
"Father-son tensions flare when a disagreeable dad decides to move in with his son and his son's fiancée right before their wedding. But that's nothing compared to the fight that erupts between the unwelcome guest and his soon-to-be daughter-in-law."
The guys discuss Porky's 2. Topics include: PEE WEE!, measuring your dong, the KKK, Big Edna, native Americans, and mostly, gang bang pranks.
"The naughty high schoolers of Angel Beach High now seek revenge on a group of KKK religious fanatics and corrupt politicians who want to shut down their Shakespeare production after they cast a Seminole transfer student in the lead."
The guys discuss Animal House. Topics include: our movie Cherry Bomb, horse killing, John Belushi, Flounder, and mostly, carrying a doctor bag.
"Knowledge is good, but swilling kegs of beer is more fun! Just ask the guys at the Delta House fraternity. Often imitated, but seldom equaled, Animal House spawned a generation of gonzo comedies and launched John Belushi's film career. Dean Wormer (John Vernon) puts the titular frat on double-secret probation, and it's up to Bluto, Flounder, Pinto and the rest of the brothers to get even."
The guys discuss Hunk. Topics include: the devil, yuppies, v-ball, king kong, twinkies, and mostly, close ups of men's muscles.
"A computer nerd makes a deal with the devil (James Coco) to become a blond beach boy (John Allen Nelson) for the summer."
The guys discuss Slackers. Topics include: Devon Sawa, Cool Ethan, custom matchbooks, hair dolls, and mostly, extremely intricate schemes.
"Three college students are about to cheat their way through final exams when their geeky classmate Ethan uncovers the scheme. Suddenly, the ball is in Ethan's court as he begins blackmailing the trio to help him snag the hottest babe on campus."
The guys discuss H.O.T.S. Topics include: Seals, Danny Bonaduce, hot air balloons, bears, wet t-shirt contest, and mostly, pretending to be a robot.
"The well-endowed members of the H.O.T.S. sorority set out to steal every man on campus away from the Pi sorority in this college coed romp. Dressed to thrill, the H.O.T.S. ladies transform their uptight university into a sex-crazed fun house."
The guys discuss The Ladies Man. Topics include: Tim Meadows, bus station skanks, boning, wangs, Will Ferrell, and mostly, mud ducks.
"Tim Meadows stars in a role he created on "Saturday Night Live" as talk radio's self-proclaimed master of seduction Leon Phelps, who crosses paths with an ex-paramour and a group of incensed hubbies who want to kill Phelps for bedding their spouses."
The guys discuss Up the Academy. Topics include: Mad magazine, Ralph Macchio, E.T., Robert Downey Sr., military school, and mostly, short collectors.
"Before he waxed on (and off) as the Karate Kid, a young Ralph Macchio appeared in this uproarious adolescent comedy about a group of mischievous military school misfits forced to suffer under a sadistic headmaster (Ron Leibman). Directed by the independent-minded Robert Downey Sr., the film features Barbara Bach as a gun-toting armaments specialist and Tom Poston as an instructor who loves bed checks."
The guys discuss Project X. Topics include: found footage, Costa, tying balloons to a dog, high school parties, and mostly, filming a woman urinate.
"Deciding to throw a party when their parents go out of town, three high school geeks hope to lure chicks to their revelries by posting an invitation online. But after the invite goes viral, the party escalates into a frenzied free-for-all."
The guys discuss Zoo. Topics include: people having sex with horses and that's it.
"Filmmaker Robinson Devor examines the taboo subject of bestiality. He centers the film around the case of a Seattle aircraft engineer, who died in 2005 after performing a sexual act with a stallion."
The guys give out awards for movies they watched over the last year. Awards include: Best Jugs, Most Offensive Stereotype, Best Crew, and Best Pie F-ing moment.
The guys discuss Jocks. Topics include: tennis, Tex, OGRE!, Chito (RIP), an interesting story about tuna, Mariska Hargitay, and mostly, a failed wet t-shirt contest.
"Coach Williams (Richard Roundtree) must get his tennis players into shape for the big play-offs in Las Vegas. The Kid (Scott Strader) and his buddies run wild in Vegas on and off the court as the coach tries to keep the players out of trouble before the match. Christopher Lee and R. G. Armstrong appear in character roles and Law & Order: SVU star Mariska Hargitay plays the role of the heroine, Nicole."
The guys discuss Tomcats. Topics include: Jerry O'Connell, boner pills, high yield mutual funds, buying feces, Shannon Elizabeth, and mostly, the great Jake Busey.
"Seven years ago, a bunch of friends make a bet that'll give the last remaining bachelor a ton of money. Now, after losing a ton of money at a Vegas Casino, Michael Delaney has to quickly get his friend Kyle married so that he can collect the prize money to pay back his debt."
The guys discuss Stitches. Topics include: Takashi, Parker Stevenson, cadavers, aluminum foil pubes, herpes, and mostly, vending machine repairmen.
"Goofy medical students have all kinds of rip roaring fun pulling crazy pranks such as scaring first year students by pretending to be cadavers. When the hijinks accelerate, the dean of the school tries to stop them."
The guys discuss Surf 2. Topics include: golden showers, Eddie Deezen, surfing, buzz cola, Mr. Bighead, and mostly, subs (sandwiches and water vessels).
"Evil Nerd Menlo wants to get revenge on some surfers by selling a bad batch of soda called Buzz Cola which turns people into mutant zombies. Its up to Jocko, Chuck, Bob and their surfer buddies to save the day."
The guys discuss Caddyshack. Topics include: Rodney Dangerfield, Jan. 20th, Chevy Chase, morgue locks, Bill Murray, gophers, and mostly, Judge Smails.
"This comedy classic follows the travails of young caddy Danny Noonan as he gets tangled in high jinks involving the eclectic and ridiculous members of Bushwood Country Club. Meanwhile, assistant groundskeeper Carl Spackler battles a pesky gopher."