Drew and Badway did not need help from ghost cheaters to deliver this week’s episode of The Last Row Podcast, as they discuss the 1994 family/fantasy film Angels in the Outfield. Topics include: bad nostalgia, bad coaches, bad players, bad owners, bad broadcasters, and most importantly, bad fathers who leave their kids covered in motorcycle dust.
The Last Row Podcast use Episode 70 to whip your butt into shape by breaking down another 90s kids classic: Heavyweights. Luckily this episode wasn’t cancelled due to Drew and Badway’s lack of hustle. Among many topics surrounding The PerkiSystem and Camp Hope, the guys answer the most important question of all: Was Tony Perkis the real villain of the film or simply just tragically misunderstood?
Use your magical golden tickets to hop inside The Last Row Podcast Studios, and join Drew and Badway as they fondly remember the Arnold Braunschweiger classic, Last Action Hero. The facilities aren’t quite as urine soaked as Nick’s Theater, and not quite as many whores and drug addicts, but we promise to NOT saddle you with an annoying, whiny, horrible-acting child sidekick. Be prepared for about 10 minutes of discussion on the movie, and 45 minutes of tangents and digressions!
The guys at The Last Row Podcast kick off 2018 by dissecting the 1998 box-office bomb, Jack Frost. Drew and Badway are talking deadbeat dads, dead dads, snowman rules, snowman funerals (including the proper disposal of snowman ashes), and when exactly to quit your crappy band and stop burdening your poor wife and son.
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.”