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Bushwhacked (EP 93)

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.

We’ll see you again on Thursday, December 9th.

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Twister (EP 92)

This week on The Last Row Podcast, Drew and Badway sort through the debris of the 1996 disaster movie classic, Twister. The guys take sides on the love triangle, point out the flaws of the storm chasers’ methods, and discuss Tom Hanks’ potential back-handed favor of gifting the lead role to Bill Paxton.

We’ll see you again on Thursday, November 25th.

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Airheads (EP 90)

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!

We’ll see you again on Thursday, October 28th.


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The Girl Next Door (EP 16)

Close the blinds, put the kids to bed early, earmuff the dog, and crank the AC because The Last Row Podcast is willing to find out if the juice is worth the squeeze with our most risque episode to date: The Girl Next Door. Drew and Badway explore the world of adult entertainment as it relates to both this film and real life. Can you date an adult film star star AND have future presidential aspirations? (No). If your friend was dating a closeted industry pro, would you tell them if you knew? (Maybe). Would you trade sexual favors to get out of debt? (how much we talkin?) Is it a violation to call an adult performer by his/her real name? (It is). These questions are merely foreplay as we get to know all of the characters and their quests for love, greed, self-respect, and of course, moral fiber. The guys also play a game of “Adult Film Star or Pro Wrestler” and playback the show’s very first voicemail.

Watch The Girl Next Door: Amazon | iTunes


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