This week is a short episode due to some technical issues, but there is plenty of fun as the guys talk old movie theaters, juicin’ hard and other nonsense.
To get the ball rolling we engage in more talk about Heavy’s dad and his habits which transitions into a discussion about watching habits and how they have changed over the years. Heavy tells us about how he watched the classic Paul Newman Jackie Gleason film “The Hustler” on Netflix (not to be confused by the landmark skin mag published by Larry Flynt).
Ty and Gustav notice Heavy is looking thinner so he shares his new philosophy of “Juicin’ Hard”. This may catch on globally so you heard it here first.
Once again the boys talk about their childhood movie theater and how magically decrepit it was. Then they plead with the audience for help to find the lost Coca Cola movie theater advertisement about “Traveling down a dusty road, going to meet a friend. Down at the movies, that’s where it all begins.” No one can find it and hardly anyone remembers it except your favorite educated hillbillies.
Heavy comes up with new business ideas which short of winning the lottery will be total failures. Ty talks about time traveling Beatles and Gus discusses a Stephen Still lost demo tape that was found and released as “Roll Tape”. Somehow that brings about fond memories of the Freedom Rock commercial back in the eighties and nineties.
Gus offers a reward for the missing Coke commercial, but he will not honor Ty and Heavy’s additional offers of a reward with his money.
Sorry it’s a short episode, but sometimes things get messed up when you have free labor.
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