We’re one year into the show, so happy anniversary to us!
In honor of the milestone, the guys are planning a real rager of the party, and debating details like what Now! artist will perform and what Fast & Furious character will head up security.
Along the way they’ll discuss important topics like the oeuvre of Joan Cusack, Xenomorph job promotions, and how distracting Lenny Kravitz’s penis is.
Put on your thinkin’ cap and head down to the pub, it’s Trivia Night with all your friends!
After 26 episodes of useless information, it’s time to put your hosts to the test; they’ll compete in two teams of two, going head to head in categories about Dolly Parton, The Fast & The Furious, sitcom family members, and more.
The winner will return in the next trivia installment to defend their title against a new challenger.
In this week’s special b-b-b-onus-s-s episode, we take a spoiler-filled look at the biggest movie in the world: Furious 7.
We also talk about 32-year-old high schooler students, our hopes and fears for Fast & Furious V8, and whether there is such a thing as an egregious amount of butts.
This week we also have a special fan contest! Please draw a picture of Michael, Scott, Dylan, and Vince as the Fast and Furious crew and post it in the comments below, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, or tweet it to @wererighthere!
My son and I stumbled upon “Tokyo Mater”, a 2008 Cars short that basically just ripped off the plot of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, with Tow Mater as the Bama Boy racing to become the King of All Drift Racing / Drift King.
This was one year before the Fast & Furious franchise came back with a vengeance in 2009. Which just makes me wonder…who at Pixar loved Tokyo Drift so much that they were able to greenlight an entire short?
On the eve of Furious 7’s release, Michael, Dylan, Richard, and Vince look at all six movies in the Fast & Furious franchise to see how the films evolved from “Point Break with Cars” into “Ocean’s Eleven with Cars”.
Along the way, we’ll learn how many times is NOS used? How many times is the word “family” said? When did “Ride or Die” become a thing? All this and more in our blistering run through the Fast & Furious franchise.
Also, please welcome Richard on his first appearance on the show. It was a blast having him on.