Listen up, geeks! The Last Row Podcast is back with an all new episode, crashing everyone’s favorite grad party movie, Can’t Hardly Wait. We’re talking dorks, jocks, losers, stoners, posers, phonies, jerks, and loners. We’re also talking sex bags, Sex Green, concert t-shirt etiquette, Smash Mouth, and the great Mike Dexter. Now go home and play this episode on your computer, Urkels!
After another small break, Drew and Badway are back to break down Disney’s 1994 classic, Blank Check. From batting cage to inflatable boxing ring, the guys tally and critique all of Preston Waters’ purchases as he carelessly blows through $1,000,000 in less than a week. Other topics include the inner workings of the Waters brothers business (Hand and Foot), a return of the villain scale, whether adults should question an 11-year old spending time with a mysterious older businessman named Mr. Macintosh without having met him, and Shay Stanley’s dedication to going undercover. Finally, the guys uncover a 20+ year old movie bombshell, simply known as “Plan 442.”
The Last Row Podcast daydreams through this week’s episode featuring the 90s childhood classic, Sidekicks! Drew and Badway, along with Chuck Norris (appearing in spirit only) discuss what Sidekicks meant to them as kids, and how it holds up today. Topics include: the unhinged and greasy Joe Piscopo, Randy Cellini a.k.a. the world’s weakest bully, Barry’s alcoholic trainer, the cheapness of Chuck Norris entering the competition, and theorizing about Chuck’s participation as just another Barry daydream.
Just like a single deadbeat dad scrambling to get his kid presents on Christmas Eve, The Last Row Podcast brings you a special bonus holiday episode featuring Disney’s 1994 classic: The Santa Clause. Drew and Badway, possibly loose on too much egg nog, go off the rails early and often in this one, talking single father movie tropes, Santa faking his own death, whiny children of divorce, the “adult” benefits of becoming Santa, and the act of forcing coats on grown men. Also, the guys inadvertently invent a dark R-rated action crime drama that probably surpasses the original film. Merry Christmas!
After a short hiatus, The Last Row Podcast returns for their 50th episode, completing the Mighty Ducks Trilogy that started way back in Episode 1, with a look at D3: The Mighty Ducks. Bombay is out as coach, Hans is DEAD, Coach Orion rules, and Charlie is whiny and annoying. Drew and Badway discuss it all, including which Ducks didn’t deserve athletic scholarships, the team’s inability to drop the “Ducks” moniker, the incredible coaching job put forth by Coach Orion, and a SHOCKING revelation about the dark past of a drunken Gordon Bombay.
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Have you ever wondered what a giant turtle looks like on horseback? Is it socially acceptable for a human to have a love scene with a mutant turtle? Is Shredder nothing more than a glorified pickpocket? All of these questions and much more are answered on an all “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” episode of The Last Row Podcast! Join Drew and Badway as they potentially ruin your childhood by looking back at all of the big-screen features and find out if they hold up over twenty years later. Also, the guys compare old-to-new as Badway gives his impressions of the newest installment: TMNT: Out Of The Shadows. Additionally, the guys cover everything, from toys, to the cartoons, to the ill-fated live action Fox series, argue CG vs real costumes, and break down the absurdly embarrassing old-school stage show: “Coming Out Of Their Shells”.
In the debut episode of The Last Row Podcast, Drew and Badway revisit a childhood classic: The Mighty Ducks. They discuss Gordon Bombay’s REAL motivation for coaching the Ducks (hockey moms), pee-wee hockey locker room cancers, and the origins of the word “cake eater.” They also re-live a “Coach Riley” moment from Badway’s childhood basketball career, break down little Gordon Bombay’s improbable 198 goal season in the pee-wees, and blow your mind with a new theory about the existence of Hans.