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We watch old stuff and talk about how it makes us feel. Part personal reflection. Part cultural commentary. Some analysis. A lot of profanity. Sometimes smart. Often funny. Always friends sharing what it's like to be people who grew up in the media-saturated 90s, under the influence of all the moments, narratives, aesthetics, and absurdities that defined the time and us. Punch and pie.
 
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My Cousin Vinny is a good movie, so we talked about it. You got mesmerizing Tomei in here. Some yutes. A long tangent about doo doo. And a story about no-holding Joe dropping stuff. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we make stuff and share it w…
 
Holography, puzzles, Rascal Flats, Pokemon, rich kids, poor kids, impulse spending, the great pacific garbage patch, Bradley Cooper, and much more, all wrapped up in a brand new kind of Booyah. You can find Ronnie on Twitter—@RonnieNeeley—and hear more from him on one of Rob's favorite podcasts: Dancing is Forbidden. Rob is @LowEffortRob, by the wa…
 
We watched an inane sitcom and talked about our brains instead. I said last week that this would be out later, but the next episode we recorded for Patreon ended up being a kind of companion to this. So we figured we'd put this one out now and that Patreon episode out next week. Probably not necessary to explain that. But there you go. You can help…
 
We're talking bucket hats, Britney Spears, Nick Lachey, Sheryl Crow, and the Backstreet Boys. Plus, ruminations on Jay Z, Sublime, Mya, Garbage, and the ever horrible U2. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we make stuff and share it with you to …
 
We talk about the hazy old first episode of My So-Called Life, which Rob watched after lonely days at his new high school in 1996. Crazy parents, good kids, dreamy guys, and the virtues of VHS quality TV. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we ma…
 
We talk about episode 1 of the Hulu limited series Pam & Tommy and...you know...Pamela Anderson, Tommy Lee, Seth Rogan, Girls Gone Wild, fake boobs, mullets, prosthetic cocks, blow-up dolls, and etc. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we make st…
 
We talk about Bill Murray, Reese Witherspoon, McDonald's, cutting pizza, Rob's patterns, Joe's sense of touch, and how to live a decent life. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we make stuff and share it with you to celebrate life with curiosity…
 
How come he don't want me, man? Rob and Joe break down one of the greatest scenes in sitcom history. This Booyah includes appearances by Will Smith, James Avery, Karyn Parsons, Alfonso Ribeiro, Bill Cosby, Sherman Hemsley, Tatiana Ali, and many others. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier…
 
Hit play and find: Tim Allen's physique, cash registers, grunting, Miss Manners, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, erections (per usual), tools, that shock of ugly when people pull down their masks. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we make stuff and sha…
 
Hot takes: the KKK is scary, Rascal Flats is bad, Ghostbusters is good, innuendos are cowardly, I can’t think of anymore not hot takes from this Booyah. We talk about Calista Flockhart and penises. Enjoy! You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we ma…
 
David Spade matched Rob’s mom’s comedic sensibility. Alfred Hitchcock was a monster like lots of creative dynamos. Joe’s childhood friend’s spoke Tommy Boy. Getting abducted by aliens would probably be a letdown, so don’t get too excited about it, Dan Aykroyd. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patr…
 
Joe observes and critiques observational comedy. Rob traces the fragmentation of media over time. The Seinfeldian aesthetic appears to be a bubble about to burst. Janeane Garofalo was correct about stuff. Jerry shakes his fist at college kids. Julia Louis-Dreyfus is, as always, the greatest. You can help support the show and get exclusive content e…
 
HBO’s Music Box series did a doc about Alanis Morissette and Jagged Little Pill. The doc is just okay, but it was a chance for us to celebrate Alanis. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we make stuff and share it with you to celebrate life with …
 
Rob watched all of Freaks and Geeks in one day and loved it and felt jealous that he didn’t make it himself. Joe froths at the mouth with enthusiasm for this one season wonder. Here are the names of the talented people discussed in this Booyah: Paul Feig, Judd Apatow, Linda Cardellini, Jason Segel, John Francis Daley, Busy Philipps, James Franco, S…
 
Kevin Smith built a cult classic out of all the random crap he had lying around. Rob and Joe go berserker over it. Thanks, Ronnie. Go check out Ronnie's podcast about Aqua Teen, Dancing is Forbidden. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we make st…
 
Two truths and a lie: we all live inside Shaquille O’Neil’s shorts, Nick Nolte is sexy, Penny Hardaway is a good actor. (The lie is the second one, but don’t tell 1992 People magazine I said that). Blue Chips is Rob's second favorite basketball movie of all time, and this rewatch confirmed why: it's cool! You can help support the show and get exclu…
 
Bruce Willis and Reginald VelJohnson team up to take down Alan Rickman at the world famous Nakatomi Plaza. Bare feet, machine guns, and bodies flying out of windows. Plus some of the most iconic moments in action movie history. Plus: Ho ho ho now we have a Patreon! You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5…
 
Our old friends Sam said we should watch Fishing with John, so we did. It's unusual. You can track it down on YouTube to see why we're over here talking about tackle boxes, eggs chasing bacon around a frying pan, how paying attention is an act of love, and surprise apple orchards. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month b…
 
Rob tries to embrace his TV fandom. Joe's uncle has all the blu-rays. A cruise is a great place to find love or get killed. Frank Sinatra Jr. plays an off-brand version of his father. Rebecca thinks Gopher is dreamy. Non-athletic actors are bad at seeming athletic, especially when they've smoked infinity cigarettes. You can help support the show an…
 
Michael Madsen goes on a dead-eyed kamikaze mission. A little boy teaches a robotic whale to do tricks. Michael Jackson or R Kelly sings “You Are Not Alone” while the credits roll. Joe repeats himself a lot and for that he is sorry. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort cont…
 
James Van Der Beek’s head is so long. MTV’s focus groups revealed that naked ladies and dumb humor make for a good time. Watching a football movie causes Joe to share a million football memories. That whip cream bikini would’ve been such an absurd mess. Rob eats food out of Joe’s braces. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each …
 
Corey Feldman does Rambo! Kiefer Sutherland is triangles! Jami Gertz rolls around! Ed Kemper commits atrocities! Barry Pepper isn't in this! Corey Haim has a good dog! Rob has a bloody hole! So does Joe! You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we mak…
 
Hunks. Metafiction. Gilmore Girls. The operational aesthetic. Jenson Ackles gently barking. Jared Padalecki deeply tanned. In this Booyah, Rob and Joe talk about why Supernatural is excellent because it knows exactly what it is. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—…
 
In March 2021, we were recording episodes for a planned Patreon launch and talked about Soleil Moon Frye’s documentary about 90s teen stars, Kid 90. It’s on Hulu, if you want to watch it. The Patreon never happened for various reasons, but here’s this episode of Booyah where we get pretty personal, probably because we thought it would be behind a p…
 
In 1997, PT Anderson made an extravaganza called Boogie Nights. It’s got one of the greatest casts of all time and some of the sweetest moments you’ll ever see in any movie ever. Rob and Joe talk about strong storytelling and stellar acting and what love is. This conversation ends up being a long, thoughtful celebration of a beautiful thing. You ca…
 
We watched this YouTube video of 1994 Super Bowl commercials from Cleveland 90s TV & talked about meditative practices, Chevy Chase, Alonzo Mourning, and the inevitable murder of everyone who opposes the will of paramilitary-supported elite scum. And timeless cutie pie Elijah Wood. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month …
 
Norm has of course come up on Booyah over the years because he’s the single most influential and beloved public person in my life. I love him. And I’m about to get sentimental and maybe a little melodramatic. Here and there I’ve told Joe that I don’t really think about death that much. I’ve been lucky not to have really anybody I was close to die—i…
 
It’s 1997, so we’re gonna go ahead and have some practical effects and a jacked Nic Cage zooming around the sky in a big old plane full of John Malkovich. This thing’s written by the Beautiful Girls guy himself and has one of the all-time great bad lines. We got conveyer belts in the middle of Las Vegas streets or whatever goes on at the end. Joe a…
 
In our first episode of Booyah 90s Right Now, we talk about everybody's old favorite Tim Taylor showing up on an episode of Tim Allen's newer show. It's January 2021, a time of roiling lunacy in America. Our craziest uncles got herded into the US Capitol. Tim Allen failed at being the Tool Man. Some fictional podcast hosts behaved like stupid child…
 
Jim Halpert is a psycho and Michael Scott deserves a good slap. The Office made us all feel so nice and safe in our awkward little American hell. Them early seasons especially got all up in that awkward space and it made us all cringe and laugh on our couches. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patr…
 
Here's the YouTube video we're talking about. Thanks to Daves Archives for posting that. Rob and Joe talk soft core poisons like the internet and television. Sure, these things are causing our souls to slowly deteriorate, but is that so bad? Like, really, what were our souls going to do otherwise? Were they going to frolic in a meadow or play elect…
 
An interdimensional entity named David Lynch enters Rob's body. Twin Peaks is about a brutal murder and the joy of creation. Sam is Joe's Bob Sacamano. There's a lot of fun stuff in this Booyah: a savvy and kind detective, emotional teens, a log lady, Douglas firs, pie, a contemplative convo about what makes difficult art worth exploring, drapes. H…
 
Joe hopes he and Rob go bowling soon. Joe liked JV football. Rob liked Tristen until Tristen became a libertarian and Rob schooled him in a fashion that made Rob feel bad about himself. Rob is mostly drawn to entertainments he can see himself making. This episode of Aqua Teen is fun because a meatball gets depressed and David Cross turns up and a w…
 
Lisa Kudrow's still got it. Courtney Cox wrote her lines on fake apples. They call David Schwimmer by his last name and it's endearing. Matt LeBlanc apparently enjoys being alive. HBO did about as mediocre of a job as they could've and it still made us want to watch Friends. Damn it. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each mont…
 
Hootie and the Blowfish. Topanga. The Savage brothers. Why Rob's not gay. Shawn Hunter's Hair. Corey Matthews' purity. Disney keeping it horny per usual. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we make stuff and share it with you to celebrate life wi…
 
Back in 2011, Rob learned about the destructive nature of capitalism, Joe developed a drinking problem, and Dee Reynolds cheated on her taxes. Adele was everywhere and so was that happy-go-lucky song about a school shooting. Plus: it's impossible to express why It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is uniquely good. The words just don't exist, at least…
 
Rob crashed cars. Poison and Chicago made pathetic and nearly identical songs. GME happened. Saved by the Bell was a show about some lady at first. Rob is going to be a stock market guy. The powers that be are betting that we'll keep buying sugar, salt, and fat, and they're gonna win that bet. Joe really hopes Rob doesn't go into a hole. If you wan…
 
We talk big cats, coffee, robbery, ice cream, mockumentaries, trailer park living, and falling down stairs. Plus: Brad Pitt's naked butt. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we make stuff and share it with you to celebrate life with curiosity, cr…
 
We got stuff about chimney sweeps, gettin trucked, holes in brains, fallin outta trees, grinding out Knicks games and this lollipop kid who tries to make his mom think he's gonna do her. You can help support the show and get exclusive content each month by joining our $5 Patreon tier. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we make stuff and share…
 
We talk about so many interesting humans! Such as: John Singleton, KRS-One, Ice Cube, Yo-Yo, Boots Riley, Cuba Gooding Jr., Laurence Fishburne, Morris Chestnut, and so many others that are slipping my mind as I type this. Plus, we discuss the LA riots and the glaringly obvious need for wealth to be peacefully redistributed. You can help support the…
 
Rob fumbles his spiritual growth. Sinbad never bombs. Life keeps pooping in Joe's mouth. Somewhere someone's child is getting blown up and nobody really knows why. We all wanted those flip-up sunglasses and we're also all powerless against the inhuman machinery of capitalism. Hooray! You can help support the show and get exclusive content each mont…
 
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