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John and Jay discuss topics that affect everyone's daily life and don't have black or white answers. By interviewing subject matter experts, they hope to gain a better perspective, while also educating themselves and the audience. At the end of the day, they hope everyone walks away knowing more than they did when the conversation began. Episodes will be released every other Tuesday.
 
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We are on the push to Christmas and we kick things off with the 1992 sequel to "Home Alone", "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" starring Macaulay Culkin. We feel this is the stronger of the Home Alone movies. The traps against the Wet (aka Sticky) Bandits are more sinister and fuckin brutal. And the stakes are even higher as Kevin tries to survive be…
 
We have covered John Candy and Steve Martin before on this show. But what happens when these two icons of comedy combine forces? Well you get the 1987 classic "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" directed by John Hughes. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, this movie was always in rotation around this time of year in our VCR's. We go over all th…
 
The co-hosts of this podcast are split on the work of Pauly Shore. With that said, we can both agree that the 1993 film Son in Law which had Pauley Shore as the lead is indeed funny. Shore's character 'Crawl' has a redeeming quality and a knack for growing on you. The same sentiment can be felt as wins over his college friend Rebecca's family. A de…
 
Sautéed or Barbecued. We decided to transition to the Thanksgiving season (NOT Christmas) by selecting Addams Family Values as our topic. If you have already seen the film then you already know what we are talking about. The iconic scene of Pugsley dressing as a turkey and singing the line of "Eat Me!". Figure it was an appropriate way to transitio…
 
The Addams Family have been engrained in pop culture for many decades. Starting out as a comic strip in the 'New Yorker' in 1938, it was turned into a feature film in 1991 starring Christina Ricci, Christopher Lloyd, Anjelica Huston and Raul Julia. We break down our favorite scenes and moments and zany antics by the Addams Family. YouTube Version H…
 
In this episode we tackle the 1980 Stanley Kubrick masterpiece known as The Shining. Based off the Stephen King book of the same name. Also starring Shelley Duvall we go over this supernatural thriller's best scenes. We also go over our favorite Stephen King movies/books but there are just too many to list. Plus much more! YouTube version HERE ( ) …
 
It's October so spooky season is in full effect. We continue our spooktacular month with a look at a true cult classic in Killer Klowns from Outer Space. This has all the makings of a killer (no pun indented) 'B' movie. We go over all the absurdity and hilarity of this 80s cult hit. Who says clowns are scary? YouTube Version HERE (https://youtu.be/…
 
And now, you're mine! A definite cult classic for sure, this film starring Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker is in constant rotation around Halloween time. A tale of three Salem witches coming back to life to steal the life force of children around the world so that they can live forever! Pretty fuckin metal actually! We go over why this move i…
 
Feeling good Louis! Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd star in this hilarious 1983 comedy about a rags to riches and riches to rags story. Objectively, no one likes stock brokers. And when two meddling old rich dudes mess with two people's lives, the payoff is ohhh so sweet. Even if you don't understand stocks, this movie is incredible and the chemistry …
 
No ordinary thermos will do. Steve Martin is one of the best comedians of all time and that shines through in the 1979 comedy "The Jerk". A movie that paved the way for the Dumb and Dumber's of the world, Steve Martin's comedic timing was on point. Along with his co-star Bernadette Peters, they share a certain charm that makes this film not only fu…
 
I'm your Dad's brother all right. We have covered John Candy on this show before but no other performance stands out on its own like Uncle Buck. Uncle Buck gets summoned to watch after his brother's kids when Bob's Father-in-Law has a heart attack. Uncle Buck is a true "fish out of water" as he tries to balance his own turmoil in his life with bein…
 
Two Yutes...Oh I'm sorry, two youths. Joe Pesci is known as a little hothead in a lot of movies but no movie harnesses that volatility for a good cause like My Cousin Vinny. Pesci was a god in this film and we look extensively at all the great scenes in this film (there's a lot). We also discuss Marissa Tomei's performance (equally as good!). Plus …
 
OO-DE-LALLY!!! Before the Lion King and Little Mermaid, Disney came out with this gem of an animated feature called Robin Hood! Using a unique way to tell the story of Robin Hood. Disney used animals instead of "people". It pays off, as the comedy and action go hand in hand! One of our all time favorites for sure! Check out the YouTube version HERE…
 
She's coming in to your town!! That's right that freckle faced red head girl you want to know is a gem and we love this film. Maybe not as well known as other 80s films, this film is still tons of fun with loads of heart and character. Tami Erin gives an endearing and heartfelt performance as Pippi Longstocking. We talk at length about this killer …
 
We haven't done a horror movie yet so we said "what the hell". Of all the 80s horror franchises, this is one that freaked us out the most. To think, a child's toy, coming to life, and fucking murdering everyone you love. No thanks! No seriously, we love this film and we talk extensively on our favorite scenes and moments. We also take a look at the…
 
We had to run this back. We talked in an earlier episode about Pee Wee's Playhouse and kinda glossed over this film. But we decided we had to give this film its props. Tim Burton's first feature film was a homerun for sure! Accompanied by Danny Elfman's iconic score, we had a blast reminiscing on one of our favorite childhood films. Of course, Paul…
 
YOU LOSE! YOU GET NOTHING, GOOD DAY SIR! Meme's aside, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was a whimsical tale of a young boy wanting much better for himself. A chance to enter a mysterious chocolate factory gives him that opportunity....or something like that. Gene Wilder gives a legendary performance as Willy Wonka as we go over our favorite s…
 
The SNL skit turned feature film, you wouldn't think would have any longevity. As it turns out, its one of the funniest films in the 90s. Mike Myers and Dana Carvey are a great duo with tons of great comedic timing. We love all the 4th wall breaking and we break down some of our favorite scenes. Plus muuuuuuch mooooore!!! This week's "During the Br…
 
"Weird" Al Yankovic is a big inspiration to us when it comes to the world of song spoofs. We chronical his career and go over some of our favorite songs in depth. Plus much more! This week's "During the Break": Song spoof of Earl Dibbles Jr "Country Boy Song" entitled "Cuntry Girl Song". This dude is playing our county fair this year. Had to do it.…
 
Did he say skinny wieners? Summer rolls on as we explore this classic 90s flick about a boy heading to fat camp. But things take a turn when Tony Perkins takes over and makes the campers lives a living hell. Ben Stiller gave a classic performance that rivals his 'Dodgeball' performance. Also flanking Stiller is a young Kenan Thompson and Paul Feig …
 
Nothing but the best! With Summer in full swing, people are heading out on vacation. Whether that's to a destination like Hawaii or a cruise or driving across the country to Wallyworld!! With John Hughes writing and Harold Ramis directing. This already has homerun written across it. We discuss all the hilariousness that Chevy Chase, Beverly DeAngel…
 
We decided that one week dedicated the late great Chris Farley wasn't enough. So we're coming at ya with a double dose. Black Sheep could be considered a Tommy Boy part 2 but overall the same amazing comedic timing is felt between Chris Farley and David Spade. We go over our favorite scenes and just bask in the glory of the one and only Chris Farle…
 
You eat a lot of paint chips as a kid? Chris Farley was a treasure. In this episode we honor him by taking a look at one of his most funniest movies, Tommy Boy. Flanked with David Spade, this duo worked so well together and we explore how and why. Taking place in Sandusky, Ohio, we are confident that the film makers have never stepped foot in Sandu…
 
Need Input! Robots and techy things were all the rage in the 80s. But what happens if you give child like wonderment to an object of war? Well you get Short Circuit! Watch robots act like the 3 Stooges, make weird sexual computer metaphors and dance like John Travolta! Its all there! We get a little goofy with this episode but trust me...its great.…
 
IT'S SHOWTIME! We did Batman 89 a little while ago so we said screw it, lets do another Tim Burton/Michael Keaton banger. None other than Ghost with the Most, its Beetlejuice! Along with Danny Elfman's score this film is dripping with bad ass stop motion effects, eerie landscapes and great fucking one liners that makes this film an 80s classic. Plu…
 
Before the 2022 Chip and Dale Rescue Ranger movie that combined real life with animation. There was the 1988 Robert Zemeckis classic "Who Framed Roger Rabbit"! Fuck the Avengers and Justice League, this film gave us the coming together of all our beloved childhood cartoons. Although this film is a decent enough family movie for the 80s, it wouldn't…
 
Hey! We're all gonna get laid! As summer approaches, everyone enjoys the outdoors. We, in particular, enjoy playing golf and we couldn't think of a better movie than Caddyshack to help us bring in the hot summer season. In this Harold Ramis classic, we go through the star studded performances of Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield and others. Plus much…
 
I'M BATMAAAAN! Ok, We're not Batman, but you know who was for the Tim Burton directed Batman from 1989? Mr. 80s himself, Michael Keaton! We go over our favorite scenes and whatnot and how much this movie scared the shit out of us as kids. But we also riff on Batman as a franchise in general. We give our opinions on our favorite incarnation of the J…
 
One of the most influential and best metal bands of all time take center stage on the show this week. We, of course, go into our favorite songs and albums of Metallica's 40 year career. Also, remines of all the live show we have attended and the good times those were. Plus much more!! This week's "During the Break": - Song parody of System of a Dow…
 
Get to the Point! Living in Northwest Ohio, summer time was filled with cookouts, baseball games, going to the pool ect. But there was only one place where you can really get your summer on and that was Cedar Point! We talk about our favorite rides and attractions over the years. Plus, as a bonus, we have John's brother Joey on the show to talk abo…
 
SHARPTOOTH! There are animated films that have the certain 'style' that is easily recognizable. Don Bluth's animated classic "The Land Before Time" is no exception. We go through many ups and downs here. Some tear jerking scenes that quite frankly, bummed us out. But also heart warming scenes that get our spirits right back up! Plus much more!! Thi…
 
COOOOL RUNNINGS!! This iconic Disney film from 1993 made heavy rotation in our VCR's as kids and as adults. The based on true story events of the first Jamaican bobsled team is a great film full of heart, redemption and never giving up. We sing the praises yet again of John Candy and his supporting role and of course of the main cast as we remember…
 
You play ball like a GIRL!!! Ahh yes, the Sandlot. A definite top 3 baseball film on anyone's list. We banter on the best scenes and remanence on our own childhood days of playing ball on a hot summer day. We also riff on childhood memories of baseball in of itself. Most especially the home run chase between McGwire and Sosa. Plus much more!! This …
 
Nerds Nerds! Nerds! Nerds! A classic in its own right, Revenge of the Nerds teaches us you don't want to fuck with dudes with pocket protectors! We riff on our favorite scenes from all four (yes four) Revenge of the Nerds films. And although we are all about the bullshit and hilarity, we go a little different direction and talk about the dangers of…
 
10 Episodes in the books! We didn't get to everything in last weeks episode on Nintendo, so we got ourselves a part 2: Electric Boogaloo. We list our favorite games and least favorite games for the SNES. We take a look at what separated the SNES from its Sega counterpart, the Genesis. We also take a dive into memory lane and share some of our favor…
 
NINTENDO POWER!! This will be a multi-part series on Nintendo and we are starting with the one that started it all. The NES~! We give a glance into our favorite and least favorite games and accessories (Power Glove, Power Pad ect.) Also, we go over the big boom in resale value of old Nintendo games and touch on the craziness that is Pokémon. Plus m…
 
"It's Friday night and the moon is bright, gonna have some fun. show ya how its done T.G.I.F" Today, Friday night TV is considered a "death slot" but in the 90's, Friday nights on T.V was where its at!! ABC had a 2 hour long block of some of the best sitcoms. From Family Matters to Step by Step to Dinosaurs, we touch on them all and give our impres…
 
May the Schwartz be with you! Mel Brooks' 'Spaceballs' is one of those iconic satire films that were so popular in the 80's. We basically quote the shit out of the movie for a good majority of this episode and with good reason. We also run down some Mel Brooks' other classic films like 'Blazing Saddles' and Robin Hood: Men in Tights plus other unde…
 
On your mark, get set, GOOOOOOOO! Game shows were really popular in the 80s into the 90s. Nickelodeon got on board with the hype and presented a shit ton of badass game shows. From Finders Keepers to Double Dare to Wild and Crazy Kids, Nick had it all!! We go through the years and remember all the Physical Challenges, Power Surge's and Pie Pod's! T…
 
As a kid did you ever dream about being older and bigger and getting to do all the cool shit your parents were doing? Well guess what? They made that into a movie! The movie Big starring Tom Hanks is an 80s classic that sees a young boy get to be an adult for a few months. And boy....he adjusted well to adulthood Some episode highlights: John getti…
 
HEE HEE! SHAMONE! OHHH!~ We love Michael Jackson and in Episode 4 we remember fondly upon one of the most influential entertainers in all of pop music! We explore some of our favorite songs and moments that encapsulated MJ's nearly 45 year career. Some highlights include: Michael Jackson's 1993 performance at the Super Bowl. Moonwalker (movie and a…
 
John and Jay sat down with 3-time champion boxer, "Bad" Chad Dawson. He talks about the new Triad series that pins Boxers against MMA fighters is a triangle ring. The latest series, Triller Triad II consists of 8 boxers vs. 8 MMA fighters and looks to adopt rules from both sports, with the shape of the ring forcing less movement and more engagement…
 
The secret word of the day is....... John and Jay take a look into the world of Pee-Wee's Playhouse and some of their favorite characters and moments. .....OK that was more like words of the day. Whatever Some other episode highlights include: - Toys from our favorite cereal - Memories of the mall and Arcades. - Last but not least....Jaysen unlocks…
 
Episode 2 takes us on a whimsical journey of that classic 80s film, ET: The Extra Terrestrial. Ok....maybe not whimsical but we share our memories of this beloved Spielberg masterpiece. Other highlights from this show include a Personal Pan deep dive into Book It and Pizza Hut. Discussing the utterly surreal choice of Vanilla Ice and MC Hammer goin…
 
John and Jay take a look at one of their childhood favorites, the Neverending Story! Like Bastian and the Childlike Empress, John and Jay also try to discover a new name as they try to name their new podcast. Your hosts also take a quick dive into the new Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reboot "Bel-Air" and give their quick thoughts. Support the show…
 
John and Jay sit down with Gabriela Taveras, the Co-Founder and President of Equal Pay Group, an organization that provides compensation analysis for organizations to determine pay gaps and strategies to restructure compensation programs. In addition, she discusses growing up in Lawrence, MA, becoming the first black Miss Massachusetts and being a …
 
John and Jay have the opportunity to speak with childhood friend Michael Rosenberg, who decided a year ago to make a leap of faith, quit his corporate job, and take to the road on his spiritual journey. He talks about his studies, experiences, and the power of Synchronicity. He also explains how he made the decision to finally follow his dream, cla…
 
John and Jay sit down and have an in-depth conversation with retired Sgt. Robert McCarthy of the MA State Police K-9 unit. They tackle the tough topics of defunding the police, Black Lives Matter and the current landscape of the country and their views of law enforcement. Bob gives us a front row seat on how he became a police officer, getting into…
 
John and Jay speak with Rocky Graziano, a lifelong resident of Massachusetts and self-proclaimed former gay poster boy of New England. He talks about winning pageants since 1994, working on Miss Boston Scholarship Organization and being a current board member and treasurer for the Miss Massachusetts Scholarship Foundation. He gets into growing up i…
 
John and Jay speak with former classmate and two-time Emmy award winning artist Eric Michael Schrader. Topics include inspiration for film and music, growing up in CT, the decision to move to L.A. and how Eric got his breaks in the Television and music video industry. He talks about his production company Interesting Human Media and the 2 documenta…
 
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