We’re travel 20 years into the future to cover the rest of 1989’s Rude Awakening — and we’re bringing special guest Beau North along for the ride! Beau is the reason we even know about this movie in the first place, so we thought it only fair that she discuss it with us. And there is much to discuss including: sexually transmitted monkey infections, the complete waste of Andrea Martin, and the excellent outfits worn by Julie Haggerty. Plus Beau makes a joke that almost makes us end the episode early.
We continue Eric Roberts Month getting stoned with 1989’s Rude Awakening, the movie that will win you a bar bet… as long as that bar bet is “Were Cheech Marin and Eric Roberts ever in a movie together?” We discuss Eric Roberts’s hair, as expected, and decide that every Sam Worthington movie would be better if it starred Eric Roberts.
Part 2 (with a special guest) drops Thursday!
We close out the first week of Eric Roberts Month with the rest of our discussion of The Coca-Cola Kid. This went places we never imagined, such as a man out of time obsessed with ice (and with being a Rotarian), a sex scene involving a Santa suit, and the start of a new world war. This is a wild one.
We kick off Eric Roberts Month in the weirdest way possible with this week’s film: The Coca-Cola Kid. What is up with Eric Roberts’s hair and accent? Is he secretly a spy? And how in the world has Coca-Cola allowed this movie to still be available to watch?
Part 2 drops Thursday.
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We close out Rue McClanahan March over on Patreon with Mother of the Bride. In this clip, we discuss a lunchtime announcement and what colors men know.
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We’re back to finish up our discussion Baby of the Bride and the continuing misadventures of the Becker/Hix clan. Turns out our wild prediction about Margaret being pregnant wasn’t so wild after all. We get a far more restrained, serious movie than Children of the Bride but it provides plenty of standout moments for Rue McClanahan, which is why we’re all here anyway.
Rue McClanahan March continues on with Baby of the Bride! Not much happens in these first 10 minutes except Margaret and John boning down (in a made-for-TV appropriate way), and Anne gets a ticket. We’re pretty sure Margaret is totally pregnant and not just sick from bad Mexican food and we bet that Anne is gonna hook up with that creepy cop Nick. Find out if we’re right on Part 2, dropping Thursday.