In the debut series of The Last Row: Shorts, Drew and Badway discuss random movie and pop culture topics, and also score a villain from their early podcast library to place them on their patented “Villain Scale”. This week, the guys open by discussing their adventures in toy hunting, and wrap up by scoring the Villain from their very first episode ever, The Mighty Ducks’ Coach Reilly.
It’s Morphin Time this week at the Last Row Podcast, as Drew and Badway reminisce on the 1995 kids hit(?) film, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie! We learn that while Drew was a big MMPR fan growing up, Badway definitely was NOT, and how this affected their respective rewatches. The guys are also talking unnecessary sky surfing, the Ivan Ooze actor having too much S#!t on him, Dulcea showing too much skin for a family movie, Zordon being a creep, and Kimberly joining the Mount Rushmore of 90s boy crushes.
Listeners, you won’t need a Zoltar machine to wish for the podcast of your dreams. The Last Row has you covered with a super sized episode featuring the 1988 Tom Hanks classic, Big. The guys compare Josh’s successes and failures as an adult, and speculate how their 12 year old selves would have handled the situation. Also, a bombshell theory on Josh’s boss is uncovered, while Badway attempts his best Robert Loggia impersonation.
This week on The Last Row Podcast, Drew and Badway disassemble 1988’s Short Circuit 2. Topics include: problematic whitewashing, amateur soldering skills, robot homicide, silk shirts, shoe salesmen, and Johnny 5 being addicted to a drug called INPUT.
This week on The Last Row Podcast, scouts Drew and Badway collect their podcasting merit badges by breaking down the 1995 Daniel Stern vehicle, Bushwhacked. The guys debate sleazeball vs scumbag, rate their own wilderness survival skills, discuss the cigarettes after sex trope, and somewhere within the hour + runtime they gloss over the movie. Finally, Badway tries (and fails) to prove a point by jumping 6 feet in his house at 3am.
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.