This week, Drew and Badway hold the airwaves hostage as they discuss the 1994 comedy, Airheads. The guys break down the controversial group, The Lone Rangers, doubting their talents and classifying them as delusional, realizing that the band as well as this podcast have a lot in common! Sign us!
The Last Row Podcast is back with an episode longer than a flight to Val Verde, as Drew and Badway raid the 1985 Schwarzenegger classic, Commando. The guys discuss the production audibles that lead to the film’s increased body count, ghost henchmen, good dad Arnold, and an important PSA on garbage day etiquette.
The college football season is in full swing, so The Last Row Podcast celebrated by breaking down the 1993 cult classic The Program. The guys give their thoughts on the unfair rules that student athletes are held to, discuss James Caan’s phoned-in performance, and ridicule the actor who played the starting QB for lying about his audition for the lead in Schindler’s List. But ultimately, we’re only here for Lattimer, as Drew and Badway discuss his ‘roid rage, debate the best ways to cheat a drug test, and how to acquire and transfer clean urine.
Parental guidance is strongly suggested in perhaps the raunchiest episode in The Last Row Podcast’s history, as the guys get in bed with 1992 erotic thriller Basic Instinct. Topics include: love scenes, Michael Douglas’s irrational confidence, Sharon Stone deserving an Oscar, spotting “those guys from those things” and finally, Last Row Internal Affairs investigates Michael Douglas’ character for police violations. Plus, LOTS of juvenile jokes and innuendo.
Revenge is on the mind of The Last Row Podcast, as Drew and Badway analyze the 1991 Steven Seagal cult classic, Out For Justice. The guys are talkin’ Seagal’s offensive Italian/New York accent while disrespectfully wearing his grandpa’s military attire, comparing crack induced rage to Jim Carrey’s “Mask”, why documenting your own adultery with a drug lord’s girlfriend is not a great idea, and the logistic difficulties of using polaroid cameras in the bedroom. Also, Seagal beats up a bunch of scumbags in a basement bar.
Drew and Badway dive back into their 90s nostalgia box once again, this time covering the 1992 childhood favorite, 3 Ninjas. Essential questions include: Should suburban kids be trained to be ninjas? Exactly how bad of a parent AND FBI agent is their father? Is Tum-Tum an acceptable karate nickname? Is the grandpa even GOOD at karate, or is he just a good teacher? Is it dishonorable to beat someone up while they are on the toilet? To wrap things up, the guys put Hugo “Schneider” Snyder through the villain scale, and Badway doubles down on his claim that kids under 12 can’t possibly beat him up, while Drew has his doubts.