Just when you thought it was safe, the guys sat down to watch the cult classic, 1966's MANOS: The Hands of Fate.
To be fair, this choice was made by Derek, who was retaliating against Larry for last week's movie. Poor Jake was just caught in the crossfire.
|Much like the "heroes" of our film.|
Anyway, MANOS is the story of Michael (writer/director/producer/actor Hal Warren), Margaret (Diane Adelson), and their daughter Debbie (Jackey Neyman), and how they had a nice vacation with their dog Pepe at the Valley Lodge, which features scenic views, helpful staff (John Reynolds as Torgo), dedicated management (Tom Neyman as The Master), and even its own sacrificial pyre!
|Hands down the best pyre in the area.|
|And a FABULOUS dancer!|
|"I do turn-down service as soon as I lick these windows clean, ma'am!"|
|As if this sweet robe wasn't going to pull in all the babes already.|
|But way better than the ones with the sweaty dudes in tiny Speedos slapping each other around.|
|The Master did not approve of Torgo's sick dance moves, either.|
No. No, they don't. Normally, we wouldn't tell you this, but we really feel we should because the film itself is pretty cut-and-paste, storytelling-wise.
Derek hates this movie, but he's happy to watch it with friends so they can all make fun of it, because it truly is a movie made for that sort of thing. He is also fascinated by Torgo, as are we all.
Larry is also not a fan, but he also agrees that it's a fun group watch. He thinks The Master looks like Freddie Mercury. He thinks Torgo is a snazzy dresser. Larry needs a hug, people.
Jake was a virgin for this time out. He now feels gross, sore, violated, and a little bit sticky, so we guess this metaphor should be stopped before we screw it up somehow.
The Master would not approve of you not listening to this week's show!