While mocking “earth warriors” and liberals who think Woody Guthrie isn’t woke enough, we dip our toes in Max Landis scandal. Apparently, John Landis’ (Animal House, The Blues Brothers, Trading Places etc.) son is a serial sexual predator who abuses women all over Hollywood. Once again, the police are not invited to the case and it all happens in the court of Twitter. We then examine the movie Yesterday and how it ripped off Hot Tub Time Machine the same way Office Space ripped off Superman 3. There are a lot of videos in this ep and it all ends in violence.
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