Episode 51 – Silent Night Deadly Night 2 & Jack Frost

Christmakah, Russ has a Winter Wonderland question, romcoms that are icky now, recent Christmas songs, Russ had no idea Bing Crosby was white, don’t worry Elf made the list, Justin has all the streaming services, the story of Silent Night Deadly Night 2, eyebrows, seeing red again, Justin is obsessed with weird logistics robots, theater experiences and subverting them, THE moment, the stupidest most dangerous stunt, someone doesn’t know what a stroke is, Aaron Neville, the Dale Earnhardt plane, awesome melting/transformation scene, every movie stole from Jack Frost, dollar store set design, puppet muse, beating brain, a better line than Garbage day?, Mission Accomplished, stop being in antifreeze!

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