Drew and Badway would never fast-forward through a recording of The Last Row Podcast, unlike Adam Sandler’s all-time selfish and “bad dad” character in the 2006 fantasy Click. Alongside analyzing a top tier bad father and husband, the guys discuss breaking business deals out of spite, why 2nd husbands are always better, and why you should lie to your spouse for the good of the marriage.
Join the Good Guys at The Last Row Podcast as they put their souls into their latest episode, breaking down 1988’s Child’s Play. Drew and Badway discuss their childhood fears of Chucky, deride Charles Lee Ray’s lack of murder discipline, analyze the logistics of soul imprisonment, cower at Andy’s terrifying breakfast, and remember the time Chucky cut a promo on pro wrestler Rick Steiner on WCW Monday Nitro.
Drew and Badway get into some serious trouble as The Last Row Podcast looks back on the 1990 dark comedy, Problem Child. Does the movie hold up? Or is it bad nostalgia? Was Junior inherently evil? Was Ben a capable father? Is keeping a 30 year old dried prune the most pathetic thing you’ve ever heard? Answers to all are ahead, plus the guys review all of Junior’s misdeeds and play a game of “Return, Punish, or Reward”.
Drew and Badway are definitely For Scuba, as they explore the 2004 Ben Stiller rom-com, Along Came Polly. Topics include: Philip Seymour Hoffman’s amazing performance, sweaty pickup basketball, bathroom flatulence etiquette, honeymoon cheating, and the difference between putting your partner through a physical riskmaster vs a mental one.
This week, Drew and Badway try to figure out what’s going on in Cradle Bay, Washington during 1998’s teen thriller Disturbing Behavior. The guys discuss the prospect of the New Kid In School rejecting potential friends, “Punk Rock” Katie Holmes, what Nick Stahl, Edward Furlong and Giovanni Ribisi have in common, and why Badway was a good candidate to join the Blue Ribbons.
Jean-Claude Van Damme joins The Last Row Podcast’s Six Timers Club, as Drew and Badway revisit the underrated 1990 prison flick Death Warrant. The guys mainly discuss JCVD doing JCVD things, how they’d survive prison, and inmate bathroom etiquette. If you sleep on this episode, The Sandman will get ya, so you better check it out!