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Updated date: Monday, March 3, 2014 - 16:19

Ever since I saw Boogie Nights, I promised myself that I would see every movie in which Julianne Moore appears. A performance that slutty deserves nothing less. After watching her in The Forgotten, IÂ’ve started to question my loyalty. ItÂ’s one of those movies that make you wonder what and how much the cast smoked before signing on.

Moore plays Telly Paretta, a grief-stricken mother...

Updated date: Monday, March 3, 2014 - 14:36

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Updated date: Monday, March 3, 2014 - 14:33

Publisher Jeremy White hosts a somewhat hurried episode with contributors Sunny Weathers (who has an anniversary dinner to attend) and Knick Moore (who can’t wait to go home and finally play Grand Theft Auto V).

The boys start the show with a healthy discussion about the ghettoness of different Baton Rouge neighborhoods and how the ethnic landscape can drastically change within a block...

Updated date: Monday, March 3, 2014 - 14:30

I’m absolutely captivated by a woman whom I have only seen on television and the internet. I don’t want this to come off as condescending (which means it will), but I’m pretty sure I need the smallest woman in the world in my life. And if I can just get my message to her somehow, someway, and let her know that I really just want what’s best for her (living with me full time), I know she will...

Updated date: Monday, March 3, 2014 - 14:27

Pretentious friends… we’ve all got them. Spiders… we all fear them (right?).

Nate starts off this week’s episode bitching about a pretentious friend and a black widow spider. Meanwhile, Adam rags on Nate for being uncomfortable/afraid of roller coasters.

In “JD’s Office” the boys are joined by Hootenanny favorite and Family Dinner improv veteran, James “The Godfather of Drôle”...

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