3 sentient singing adolescent male animals and their undercharacterized and oversexualized female counterparts are tricked into traveling the world to trade diamonds for cash with a variety of stereotypes. And there's music!
Wyatt Tall joins the show to help us crack the nut that is the very high concept animated children's movie, The Chipmunk Adventure (1986).
After just a couple of weeks of self-discovery during her freshman year at college a young woman returns to her small farm town life, family, boyfriend, and habit of avoidances. All so Pauly Shore can be a fish out of water in a cornfield.
Brent Burpee (VR Gamers Podcast) joins us for this episode on Pauly Shore, and Carla Gugino's Son in Law (1993).
Brent is not only a great local improviser, and the winner of our Peen Dreams password giveaway, but it turns out he's an insider from this film who happened to attend Crawl's alma mater.
An $11 million dollar robot gains sentience and escapes from a military lab, and the two guys tasked with bringing it back are more interested in getting laid than returning the sentient nuclear death machine they've unleashed on a small Oregon town.
Derek Steffan & Joe Wolfe join the show to talk about Short Circuit (1986) which stars Ally Sheedy, Steve Guttenberg, and Fisher Stevens as a white guy playing an Indian American computer nerd.
Pauly Shore and Sean Astin find a caveman (Brendan Fraser) buried in their backyard, and when the caveman comes to life they selfishly decide not to turn the discovery over to scientists but instead to teach the caveman helpful phrases like "wheezing the juice" and "ah-ooooooooooh-ah-ha-buuuuuuuddy".
Alejandro Garcia (Empty Promises) is our guest in our episode on Pauly Shore and Sean Astin's classic film Encino Man (1992) wherein Astin is an asshole who learns next to nothing but gets the girl anyways.
Chris Farley nearly ruins his brother's run for governor of Washington in Black Sheep, a movie that reunites Farley with David Spade in hopes that your love of Tommy Boy will help carry you through this film.
Nathan Sowell joins the show to talk Farley & Spade's final film together, Black Sheep (1996)