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.
The honeymoon is never over for Drew and Badway, as they analyze the doomed relationships in Ben Stiller’s 2007 rom-com, The Heartbreak Kid. The guys discuss having the guts to stop a mugger, going to your ex’s wedding, being pressured into marriage, and if it really is possible to pull the ol’ switcheroo during your honeymoon.
The Last Row Podcast welcome Steven Seagal back for his fifth appearance on our watch list, this time alongside the late/great DMX in Exit Wounds. Drew and Badway are talking Seagal behind the scenes tantrums (of course), the underrated Tom Arnold, waterbeds in houseboats, the physics of shooting a bullet downward vs upward, and Michael Jai White’s undersized skin for his ripped bod. Finally, the guys stumble upon the perfect plan to both get crooked cops rich AND get the drugs off of the streets.
It’s baseball season once again! The Last Row Podcast is here to welcome opening day by breaking down the 1989 cult classic, Major League. The guys pitch a few warmup tosses by discussing losing for a living, old men in pajamas, and bringing snakes into the workplace. Go deep into the game by pondering “reading” Hustlers in public places, and close it out by inducting Jake Taylor into the Creep Hall of Shame. Stay for extra innings as Badway tests Drew’s baseball knowledge by quizzing him on “Real or Fake Ballplayer Name?”
This week on The Last Row Podcast, the greatest buddy pod duo, Drew and Badway, break down the best buddy cop duo, Riggs and Murtaugh, from the 1987 classic Lethal Weapon. Topics include: “good” action movies vs “good/bad/Seagal” movies, bathtime for Dad, sending a loose cannon to diffuse a suicide attempt. Also, Badway ponders the thought of Danny Glover being a bad actor and getting away with it this whole time.
On this milestone edition of The Last Row Podcast, Drew and Badway celebrate their 100th episode by discussing Arnold Schwarzenegger’s breakthrough film, The Terminator. Topics include: Skynet’s inability to crack the phone book, Kyle Reese refusing other soldiers coming through the time machine so he can have Sarah Connor all to himself, and the possibility that the T-800 sent on the assassination mission was likely a dud. Thanks to everyone for listening! 100 more episodes on the way!