The boys are off to see Hamilton tonight, but Johnny has one last film to offer Andrew before they sing, dance and rap all night. Andrew prepares to feast on the last supper of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic.
It had been a week since Detective Jones was hired by the mysterious figure, and now for all his want of a cold drink and a hot dame, Jones was gonna have to comply with a DVD of a movie and a client who wouldn't leave him alone.
It was a dark night in the heat of Hollywood's west side when Detective Jones felt a tingle down his spine, the Antarctic had sent a message to his body, and it made the sweaty season all the colder. A figure was standing there, with a DVD of a Billy Wilder film, but what did they want?
October concludes with another Peter Jackson film (Not just because Meet The Feebles didn't work) and so we wave goodbye to Halloween with a horror comedy that left its lead shaken.
It's Johnny's birthday, and this episode is as horrific as any before, only this time Johnny Cash is telling the story of Jesus. It's as awkward as you think it is.
Sir Anthony Hopkins joins the team to watch a story of a metal band's attempts to succeed in a second documentary about overwhelming ambition and dreams this month. But will it motivate or crush Andrew and Johnny (And Sir Anthony Hopkins)?
In this tribute to those that left us over the last 16 years, WE ARE SO INCREDIBLY SORRY! WE ARE GOOD PEOPLE. This COMEDY episode of a show decides to take on the sober, bruising, brilliant examination on the horrors of 9/11. WE ARE SORRY.