Episode 59: Bebe’s Kids

bebes-kidsThis week Ryan and Corey are Gina-less as they watch 1992’s Bebe’s Kids, a movie that is so fine it will make you want to get a job. A movie we all loved growing up, because it had bad language and wasn’t the typical animated fluff we were used to. A movie that to this day people still quote, especially the line “We don’t die, we multiply.” Sadly, this  movie is a product of it’s time and doesn’t hold up whatsoever. The main draw was that it was a cartoon you weren’t supposed to watch and it really wasn’t 100% for kids and I think that’s why we all liked it so much. For those of you who don’t know, Bebe’s Kids is about Robin Harris recounting his disastrous first date with the ever so beautiful Jamika. Tagging along for the date are Jamika’s mild-mannered son Leon and Jamika’s friend Bebe’s three rude and obnoxious kids to a theme park called Fun World. Chaos ensues when Bebe’s kids enter the theme park with adventures including being chased by a group of park security dressed as government agents, destroying everything in site, and being on trial.

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Next week the gang is back together to watch a film Ryan has been wanting to discuss since joining the podcast. The film we speak of is 1983’s Yor: The Hunter From The Future. Yor is an extremely blond prehistoric warrior, who comes to question his origins, particularly with regard to a mysterious medallion he wears. Along the way he encounters ape-men, dinosaurs, and a strange futuristic society.

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