Episode 52: Nothing But Trouble (1991)

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“I mean, I can understand why people, you know, don’t like it at all” – Darrill

“So simultaneously we have Digital Underground being really funny, and we have Chevy Chase fighting an old man with a bedpan on his foot, and we’re like, let’s just watch Digital Underground for the rest of the movie! Forget about all this other stuff! It’s disgusting” – Mike D

“Probably some of the people who hate on this movie hate on Pauly Shore movies” – Mike R

“Monumentally amazing … I love me some Dan Aykroyd” – Lindsay

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Episode 48: Big Money Hustlas (2000)

The cameos burst forth in this tour de force debut from Insane Clown Posse’s cinematic department. Dolemite … Rerun … Mick Foley … the Misfits hanging out in a donut bar … not one but BOTH Jerky Boys … dinky 70s instrumental music looping behind every scene … brilliant characters like Green Willie, Lil’ Poot and Dr. Dinglenut … brilliant costumes made by reassembling costumes from Party City … Harland Williams at the height of his powers …

Yes, though not as artist and intellectual as Pootie Tang, Big Money Hustlas vastly exceeded our expectations.

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Episode 41: Bullseye! (1990)

Watch another comedy, they said. It can’t be worse than Splitting Heirs, they said. It has Michael Caine and Roger Moore in it – they’ll be fun together. Michael Caine can’t be THAT bad at American accents, they said. It’s some guy on Twitter’s guilty pleasure, they said. So we watched Bullseye! Guess how that worked out.

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Episode 12: Traxx (1988)

Traxx is an uneven spoof about a cookie-obsessed mercenary vigilante, interpreted by many as a remake of Pootie Tang. Starring Robert Davi as Robert Vaughn, Priscilla Barnes as Stifler’s Mom, John Hancock as Police Chief Biggie Shorty, and radio’s Shadoe Stevens as Pootie Traxx. Can he clean up Hadleyville? And why would he want to? Lindsay, MikeD and MikeR get the facts… on Traxx.

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Minisode: Spanking Breezes (1926)

As part of the great Movies Silently‘s Shorts! blogathon, MikeD, Darrill and Lindsay watched the two-reel comedy Spanking Breezes.

Plot: Alice Day‘s family spends time on a boat.

We discuss the family’s eating, fishing and fighting techniques, Roger Moore‘s stunt work, and Lindsay explains the newest fashion trend of 90 years ago, “tandem skirts”. Only in pre-code America!

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Episode 10: Martians Go Home! (1990)

What’s the deal with martians? Heckling game shows, being Spuds MacKenzie, terrorizing women in the shower… they are truly annoying. Fortunately, Randy Quaid has figured out what brought them here – himself! Darrill, Lindsay and MikeD watched this scifi classic starring all the comedians you forgot about when Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist went off the air.

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Episode 7: Splitting Heirs (1993)

In this inaugural episode of the Forgotten Favorites series, Darrill, MikeD and MikeR are subjected to one of Lindsay’s favorite movies from her childhood, Splitting Heirs. All that she can remember is Rick Moranis was there and so were booby tassels and a sweet lazy river bathtub. Does this Eric Idle vehicle stand the test of time or is it only meant for kids who don’t know any better? Trick question – it’s neither!

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