Episode 26 – Alligator & Vigilante

When should you have the sex talk?, Hey, maybe don’t get AIDS, 3-2-1 Contact, redheaded boys hate Justin, puppies, how evolution works, Russ wants be an alligator so dust won’t go in his eye, worst police chief in the history of history, RIP Adam West, Russ got bit by a shoplifter and it’s the best story ever, kitten pictures can get you fired, trying to kill a Power Ranger, killing a kid is great (in movies), sometimes family sucks, awkward snorting segues, the best action movies have a black guy who knows karate, how not to walk off an elevator, asking William Lustig an insightful question, when there is no climax, wheelchair stories

Next week: Near Dark & Bone Tomahawk

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