Comedian Megan Gailey comes in and defends the Sex and the City movies.
This week we get very nostalgic when Mike Recine (Conan, Comedy Central) tries his best to defend a movie based on a classic video game.
This Rad Dudecast host and all around funny dude Greg Stone defends the crappy follow ups to the very awesome Matrix. You might be surprised what Farah thinks!
This week, we discuss the most romantic movie ever made as described by avid camp enthusiast Farah Brook. We are joined by the awesome Irene Morales as well.
This week, we discuss M. Night's follow up to the "Sixth Sense", "Unbreakable", with our pal Anthony DeVito. We also admit which movie scenes make us cry.
This week, Sean and Robert Dean chat with Farah Brook about her experience watching the Citizen Kane of Prison plane movies: Con Air.
This week, our pal Matt Wayne (Comedy Central) comes in to defend the favorite movie of every goth girl in my high school, The Crow.
This week, I take the Farah role having never seen La La Land and the very funny Jon Fisch and Mike Drucker try to trip Farah up in her love for this almost Best Picture Winner.
This week, we're joined by Last Week Tonight writer and very funny comic Josh Gondelman, who defends one of Sean's most hated movies, American Hustle. Farah hangs out and we call Sean's wife.
This week Matteo Lane defends the quasi Invisible Man remake "Hollow Man" starring Kevin Bacon. Also, Farah Brook joins us and Liza Minelli throws in her two cents.
This week we are joined by comic Mark Normand, who defends the high octane 90's flick Speed. Also, Sean gets called out for being a parrot and friend of the show Farah Brook hangs out.
This week hilarious comic and host of The J-Train podcast Jared Freid joins us to defend Houseguest and talk about white neighborhoods and the amazingness of Sinbad.
This week JJ from the very popular Barstool Sports defends the Sly Stallone opus Demolition Man. Hilarious comedian Robert Dean also hangs out while we all scratch our heads trying to figure out how the 3 seashells thing works.
This week, hometown friend and artist Jay Riggio defends the 1986 Anthony Edward's vehicle "Gotcha!" We are also joined by hilarious comedian Farah Brook, who gets excited about a tiger.
In the premiere episode, our buddy Dan Soder (Billions, Comedy Central) joins us to make the argument that Cocktail is a good movie and to explain to Sean "The Shue Factor".