Special Guest Host and Superfan Jen schools the cast with one for the best Six-Minute Synopsis the show has ever had. Clearly, Jen raises the bar for the show and make it way smarter than it was ever intended to be.
However, in one swift move, Jen loses points by surprising the cast with beverages that aren’t what one would describe as beer.
Star Watch: This film could be described as an Avengers prequel if you were from Bizzaro-World where the Earth is a cube.
Jen learned words. Specifically ABV.
Pete stayed relatively sober. Relative to what is still in question.
Dave swore to take the cast down with his as he’s now on a quest to make us all suffer.
Jen gave Tuff Turf a Six-Pack Rating of “Less Than Zero.” I see what you did there, Jen.
Watch the film on Youtube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB2THkkKigU
Make sure to send in feedback and make fun of Pete screwing up all the Spanish names.
Our hero, Eulalio González, had a long successful career as a norteño comedian. He’s still got it in this video from 1988. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N60tJMWQh-4
Don’t forget to head over to the website and read Troy’s explanation of the Gheory. http://goodbeerbadmovienight.com/the-gheory/
Troy completely lost his shit at Dave’s Uncle Finger reference and we had to cut about 5 minutes of Troy giggling.
Central Ohio residents will do themselves a favor by visiting the Kenny Road Market or the Beer Mecca. https://www.facebook.com/KennyRoadMarket/
Uk, Tagual and Carasus toys can be found over at the Monsters in Motion website. https://www.monstersinmotion.com/cart/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=0&x=0&y=0&keyword=ship+of+monsters
Dave is 2 for 2 in selecting a unanimous 6 beer rating for another poor film choice.
There are SIX Academy Award winners in this film which NONE of them earned for this dreadful movie.
Dave apologizes to the cast for this film is a unique way.
Diesel Punk and Great Lakes Breweries are featured.
Who the HELL decided that this turd of a film needed and extended cut?
Thankfully we are informed by the ending credits included a disclaimer which reads: ‘The African killer bee portrayed in this film bears absolutely no relationship to the industrious, hardworking American honey bee [sic] to which we are indebted for pollinating vital crops that feed our nation.