For The Last Row Podcast’s first episode of 2017, Drew and Badway turn to an old friend in Steven Seagal, who IS, in fact, Hard to Kill! We’re talking bad stakeout habits, speedy coma recoveries, penis monitors, Seagal’s love-making techniques, and goons in bolo ties. This episode is great, and you can take that to the bank!
Avoid the voodoo curse by listening to The Last Row’s episode on Steven Seagal’s classic, Marked For Death! Drew and Badway are talking ponytails, poor attempts at voodoo curses, jackets with animals on them, and the effectiveness of threatening a doctor to make sure your niece doesn’t die. Other topics include: Jimmy Fingers and his friend in the closet, Screwface as an all-time villain, bad guy lairs, movie bone snaps, and how Seagal killed Screwface 6 times. The episode wraps up with a game of “Seagal Direct-to-DVD Movie Title or Classic Hip-Hop Album?”
This week on an “anything goes” On Demand version of The Last Row Podcast, Drew and Badway ponder the pros and cons of a movie theater that will make you pay extra to punch you in the butt while you watch, preview the release of “Hardcore Henry” (whose title sounds like a porno director), and read a listener email involving Nicolas Cage and Steven Seagal. Within these topics, other points of interest include: movie theaters in furniture stores, why assigned seating in theaters is a terrible idea, the possible revival of the XXX theater, gimmick filmmaking, Steven Seagal’s uniqueness, and a phonetics lesson on the name Shawn/Shaun/Sean.
After a week-long hiatus, The Last Row Podcast cooks up a new episode and gets back on track with a unique take on Under Siege 2: Dark Territory. Seagal topics include: Louisiana accents, face fatness, ego fatness, and his fake restaurant, Casey’s Dockside Bistro. Non-Seagal topics include: how a rookie would shoot an MP5, the myth that is Dark Territory, high school history teachers as effective evil geniuses, and tips on the correct way to insult a woman before you throw her off of a train. Additionally, the guys have some big recast ideas for the supporting characters and throw all structure to the curb while ranting on the movie’s nonstop absurdity.