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Now displaying: Category: Comedy, Wrestling, Hulk Hogan, Movies
Jun 19, 2018

No Holds Barred is in the rearview mirror. Ahead lies a scary future. What will we do next? Will we still talk about Hulk Hogan movies? Join us as we lay out the plan. Plus we open with a vicious argument about Arrested Development and Jacob making a fool of himself in one of our most popular segments.  Don’t miss it.

 

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Jun 5, 2018

It's been a long journey, friends. Together we've spent many an hour. Staring at the wall, talking about No Holds Barred. Men have formed bonds that last a lifetime over much less.

But all journeys must end. Just know, we'll always have this time together. Join us as we say goodbye to the Hulk Hogan film No Holds Barred. We’ll also discuss patriotism, horses, bells, ribs, Dan Carlin, French cuisine, In the Heat of the Night, Hamlet, merchandising, Peter Dinklage, boxers, wigs, Lassie, and Chubby Checker.  Don’t miss it.

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May 22, 2018

This week discuss the final pages of the No Holds Barred script written by Dennis Hackin, before Vince McMahon and Hulk Hogan got their oversized hands on it.  Plus Johnny Manziel, bulls, competitive eating, Weird Al, childbirth, City Slickers, jazz, and White Men Can’t Jump.  Don’t miss it.

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May 8, 2018

We're nearing the end of our journey into the depths of No Holds Barred. Listen in as we break down the original script version of the climactic fight, as written by Dennis Hackin. We'll compare and contrast this version to the filmed version written by Hulk Hogan and Vince McMahon, as well as more from the NFL Draft and the movie Draft Day, Tombstone, Alfred Molina, parrots, Rodger Staubach, U2, The Producers, pulled pork, forklifts, Jane Porter, and another Hulk Hogan toilet story.  Don’t miss it.

 

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Mar 20, 2018

Friends, last week we left you with ol’ Randy just looking an awful sight.  His poor old neck had been broken so loudly that it silenced a screaming crowd.  And rather than calling the Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and getting the sweet boy in an ambulance, a couple of no-goods just loaded him up in their car.  And rather than driving the boy gently down the road and dropping him off at a local hospital to convalesce, these skunks took him over to Ripper’s gym and threw him out of a moving car.  And rather than Randy just letting go and embracing the sweet release of sleep or the sweet release of death, this exhausted young man was forced into a conversation with Ripper while he choked, sputtered, and, ultimately, convulsed.  It was just a sorry affair all the way around.

But don’t worry, folks, this Randy is one tough kid, and he made it through.  In fact, this week opens in the hospital, Randy in the O.R., Ripper in the throes an existential crisis.  This is not only a powerful moment in the script but an illustrative one as well.  For one, we finally get to see Dennis Hackin’s original vision for the scene as we read his draft of the script.  More than that, we get to compare Hack’s draft to Hulk Hogan and Vince McMahon’s final version as seen in the movie, a version far more grounded in Hulk’s acting range. 

And guys, that’s just the first couple paragraphs.  There’s a hell of a lot more we’re about to cover.  We’ve got suspense.  We’ve got riveting action and a possible jump scare.  We’ve got pulse-pounding drama.  And we’ve got the tender, moving bonds of good friends and family.  Will Randy survive his surgery?  Will Ripper make it out the other side?  What will Sam do while she’s waiting?  Will Charlie catch some Zs?  You’ll have to tune in to find out.

And for the cherry on top, we’ll also be discussing casinos, cuts of meat, Jared Fogle, juice, My Left Foot, Morgan Freeman, The Empire Strikes Back, Bo Jackson, AC/DC, Slim Pickens, Coal Chamber, Mozart, Frankensteins, Monty Hall, holograms, and Barney Fife.  Don’t miss it.

 

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