In this episode, the Mullets prepare for PODSLAM this Saturday by watching the GOAT wrestling documentary. We talk not feeling well, not getting booked and not getting killed by New Jack.
In this episode, the Mullets turn it up to 11 by discussing constantly being in pain, improv vs sketch comedy and the days of Rock Band vs Guitar Hero before almost getting murdered.
In this episode, the Mullets are in 1990s cheesy heaven! They discuss future parenting techniques, getting the dishes done, pools and slimy actors who had careers after awful work.
In this episode, the Mullets can't put it off any longer, wonder if DC can ever catch up, do their nails and talk about ridiculous facial hair editing.
In this episode, the Mullets have returned from Chicago and have quite the tale to tell about one Mullet falling apart. Then, they talk illegal tactics, guitar riffs and funky butt loving.
In this episode, the Mullets discuss hot animated characters, falling in love with laughter and technological advancements.
In this episode, the Mullets rant about paper straws, unnecessary swingers and a specific house guest. There are also recent film recaps and a story of a bad theater experience from long ago.
Come celebrate Shark Week with the movies that started it all. Is Jaws boring? Jaws 2 has how many characters? Does Karly own teeth? How many bad puns can Tom make? Listen and find out!
In this episode, the Mullets overcome a rough weekend and discuss movies that aren't really for kids, 80s gaming and transportation and the worst imaginary friend of all time.
In this episode, the Mullets are joined by the biggest fan and great friend as they break down beauty pageants, more bad impressions, female empowerment and movie porn parodies.
In this episode, the Mullets FINALLY complete the occasionally great, sometimes fine and frequently bad X-Men franchise with Days of Future Past, Apocalypse and Logan.
In this episode, the Mullets have to take a break from mutants to bawl their eyes out during YOUR pick for 2016's Movie We Should Have Watched. We meet Baloo Snailsman while we're at it.
In this episode, the Mullets have started to crack under the weight of bad casting, uninteresting Wolverine girlfriends, badass Kevin Bacon, Fassbender hotness and Japanese names.
After a week off, the Mullets have returned with their biggest project in our history, watching the original trilogy. Somehow, we discuss D2, Vanessa Carlton and mutants (duh).
In this episode, the Mullets celebrate a milestone in the midst of a bad weekend and recap how they've survived. Then, they talk about pasta, bugs and dudes with no legs. Here's to 200 more!
Before 200, the Mullets celebrate Memorial Day by trying to sift through the explosions, characters and racism to figure out what they just watched. Plus, a bet for the next 50 episodes!
In this episode, the Mullets show respect to J. Will and Steven S. before they do everything they can to ruin a classic. That includes E.T. sex acts, Edgar voices and Barrymore hate.
In this episode, the Mullets (at least one of them) love their 90s crap comedies, roll their eyes at a man's wrestling name (both of them) and love James Caan's hair (neither of them).
In this episode, the Mullets return from vacation, argue over corn hole and briefly talk Avengers before tackling foley editing, the name Quincy, the history of the Hornets and sleeping parents.
In this episode, the Mullets don't take Molly, wonder if John Hughes was a racist pervert and begin the selection process for Divorced with Movies.