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The Breakfast Club is the subject of this week's recap and the hosts discuss the gang's eating habits, which leads to a rundown of breakfast cereals. Tim finds it hard to like Molly Ringwald's character, for a second time, and Emilio Estevez' performance is questioned. Ally Sheedy's work in Short Circuit is mentioned, and Johnny 5 makes an appearance. The show closes with one of the most awkward make out sessions in the history of cinema. 

Direct download: TheBreakfastClubPart2.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 9:00pm EDT

Before the guys sit down to watch The Breakfast Club, they cover everything from Charlie Sheen's most recent off-screen issue to the Adrian Peterson scandal. A comedy legend stops by to read this week's review, and both hosts talk about the conflict between Molly Ringwald and Judd Nelson, on set. An argument over the use of the term "pizza pie" breaks out, and the hosts decide which commercials deserve TV series adaptations. While discussing high school cliques, Anthony discovers that he's just average.  

Direct download: LookHughesTalkingBreakfastClubPart1.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 9:00pm EDT

Tim and Anthony finally watch one of John Hughes' classic teen films, Sixteen Candles. They discuss unlikable love interests, and sexually aggressive, male leads. Anthony describes a recent drug trip involving a mountain lion in Orange County, and Tim expresses a desire to hang out with teenage Anthony Michael Hall. Before the show wraps up, the guys successfully offend a deceased Australian icon, and oily bohunks everywhere. 

Direct download: LookHughesTalkingSixteenCandlesPart2.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 9:00pm EDT

The show opens with a disagreement over the pronunciation of Michael Schoeffling's last name. Tim declares Jackie Burch the greatest casting director of all time, with credits like Commando and Die Hard. Anthony shows a need to brush up on his improv skills and the hosts struggle to get on the same page. They eventually setup Sixteen Candles, go on tangents involving The Unauthorized Saved By The Bell Story and Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, then exit with a song. 

Direct download: LookHughesTalkingSixteenCandles.mp3
Category:Comedy -- posted at: 9:00pm EDT

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