Charles Bronson and Ice-T pop in to bring a little lethargic flavour to this week’s episode, as Andrew and Johnny start to wonder if bedtime stories begin with ‘Once Upon A Time’ for a reason.
Documentary January begins with 2 players fighting for dominance, and Johnny uses the c-word a lot when discussing one Billy Mitchell. It’s boss-level insane here.
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?
My city screams, and we sigh, as Andrew and Johnny watch Frank Miller's 'film' 'adaptation' of a 'comic' book' 'character' 'starring' 'humans?'. Awkwardly timed given both Samuel L. Jackson and Scarlett Johansson don some very SSuspicious looking outfits...
A Saga Of The Year 3000 - As Requested By Thomas Walker
Andrew and Johnny praise Xenu and join SEAOrg for the telling of L. Ron Hubbard's syfy epic, starring Dreadlock Travolta and a pre-Oscar Forest Whitaker and nothing whatsoever acceptable and OH GOD WHAT HAVE WE DONE?!?
It's time for everyone's Cage-pressions to descend on Alcatraz as we prepare for (Michael) Baywatch starring Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson in this themed episode.