We talk about the cult dark comedy Heather s with Chicago Comedian Kaitlyn Grissom. We are finally all settled in LA and will be releasing episodes on the regular now. This episode is the opposite of the Caddyshack episode. Every like Heathers, we talk about high school, social dynamics, shootings, old video discs and all that other fun stuff. Don't turn it off after Kevin's baby voice at the start.
ZP and KB talk to Chicago comedian Aaron Sutherland about one of the most liked comedies of all time and are essentially bamboozled why this movie is popular. This episode is not for fans of Caddyshack. NO ONE LIKED CADDYSHACK.
ZP and KB talk to old Nicholas Rouley about the foul mouthed Mamet play, "Glengarry Glen Ross" Is being in sales cool? Is capitalism the problem? I dunno by bad Seinfeld is even worse.
We break with convention and watch Macgruber because Francis is in town. Why? Why did you watch MacGruber? Maybe because it is possibly the funniest SNL movie ever, and maybe because it is a new cult classic.
Chicago comedian Meredith Kachel watched the very dour movie V for Vendetta and then stopped by the friendly confines to discuss the film. We did not like the movie, which you will find out quickly if you listen to the episode, but it does bring up a lot of good discussion, mostly about balls.
Our pal Derek Smith stops by to talk about the horror/sci-fi classic The Fly and we mostly talk about Dogs.
ZP and KB talk to Chicago Comedian Dan Sheehan about the Werner Herzog documentary about the bear obsessed Timothy Treadwell and living in the woods.
Outside of Eddie Murphy carrying this movie Beverly Hills Cops is a pretty paint by the numbers police comedy. We have comedian Joe Fernandez over to talk about it.