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S9E167 - Zuckerberg can Suckerberg

S9E167 - Zuckerberg can Suckerberg

Episode Notes

Episode 167 is here and the guys bring you the latest Pop Culture News and the latest and outrageous in their What the Hell is That Segment, next Larry Dwyer returns to talk Connecticut Cult Classic’s “Trick or Troma” Event, as well as count down the Top 3 Albums of 1991, next the guys bring you their Current Movie Review on “The Many Saints of Newark”, also the guys bring you their Throwback Movie Review on The Great Escape, and Finally the guys discuss the Trailers for “Rocky v Drago” and “Chucky” in the latest edition of the Trailer Talk.

Segment Times: 

  • Opening/Upcoming Events/Announcements: 00:00 - 7:47
  • Pop Culture News: 9:17 - 48:57
  • Interview with Larry Dwyer: 49:42 - 1:34:06
  • Current Movie Review - The Many Saints of Newark: 1:34:18 - 1:40:30
  • Trailer Talk Discussion - Chucky, Rocky v Drago The Ultimate Rocky IV Directors Cut: 1:41:02 - 1:48:46
  • Throwback Movie Review: The Great Escape: 1:50:27 - 1:59:04
  • What the Hell is That/Close Show: 1:59:45 - 2:20:52

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