In their farewell episode, Ben and Molly adopt a scorched earth policy by mentally and emotionally self-immolating with the aid of Barbie: Star Light Adventure (2016). Ben finally comes into his latent supernatural powers. Molly struggles to get with the times.
In this vocabulary-building penultimate episode, Ben and Molly metaphorically punch, kick, and bodyslam their way through Street Fighter (1994). Ben reveals a longtime erotic fantasy. Molly fondly reminisces about her middle school weeaboo days.
Ben and Molly’s continual failure to learn from their mistakes results in a regrettable viewing of Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (2003). Ben laments an estranged familial relationship. Molly confronts a lovingly curated selection of her deepest, darkest fears.
Ben and Molly spend the better part of an hour fumbling and subsequently failing to make heads or tails of G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013). Ben experiments with a bold new podcast format. Molly finally fulfills her dream of being a Hollywood starlet.
Ben and Molly are mostly successful at avoiding traumatic Episode 3 flashbacks as they take their second jaunt through the Mario universe with Super Mario Brothers: Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach (1986). Ben uncovers Luigi’s haunting backstory. Molly gives a masterclass on proper Japanese pronunciation.
Ben and Molly take a magical, musical tour of nontraditional relationships in the polyamory-positive Barbie as the Island Princess (2007). Ben stays up past his bedtime. Molly explains where babies come from.
Ben and Molly return to their kinky comfort zone to watch the feature-length BDSM scene that is My Little Pony: The Movie (2017). Ben celebrates an especially holy birthday. Molly works through some new and confusing feelings towards a unicorn.
Ben and Molly long for the power to travel back in time and save themselves from the hormonal horrors of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III (1993). Ben delivers a sexual manifesto for the ages. Molly encounters some tongue trouble.
Ben and Molly take an inordinate amount of pleasure in watching some of their favorite actors kill and be killed in the cult comedy and toyetic masterpiece Clue (1985). Ben recalls his childhood cats’ sexual dalliances. Molly has strong midriff opinions.
In this special birthday episode, Molly grants Ben honorary status as both an American and a girl so that he might fully appreciate Samantha: An American Girl Holiday (2004). Ben gets a hankering for some trail mix. Molly waxes poetic about her emotionally stunted childhood. If you’re feeling generous, the best gift you could get […]
Ben and Molly don their 3-D glasses and step into the low-poly world of the extremely cursed Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus (2005). Ben struggles with an embarrassing plosive problem. Molly finally has an excuse to trot out her encyclopedic figure skating knowledge.
In this infectious episode, Ben and Molly take a field trip to an actual movie theatre to watch The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (2019). Ben finds a new hobby in hands-free bowling. Molly does well to eke out a few words between coughing fits.
After suffering through a string of terrible films, Ben and Molly indulge in some cinematic comfort food with Wreck-It Ralph (2012). Ben has a productive therapy session. Molly learns the unsettling truth about a popular Rihanna song.
Ben and Molly go looking for a fun action adventure in GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009), but instead spend several hours haplessly flailing in a cesspool of toxic masculinity. Ben struggles to process a deep and personal betrayal. Molly goes full Noam Chomsky in defense of one of her favorite languages.
We’re temporarily shifting the podcast to a biweekly/fortnightly schedule for the time being. This is so we can accommodate other projects and commitments we have. We don’t plan for the change to be permanent, and as soon as we can get back to weekly episodes we’ll be doing that. THe next episode will be going […]
Despite their best efforts, Ben and Molly barely manage to skim the surface of the fathomless cinematic abomination Bratz (2007). Ben yearns for a simpler time when he could wake up from his nightmares. Molly finds comfort in an unexpected familiar face.
Ben and Molly call in a Christmas miracle in order to stay awake through Barbie in ‘A Christmas Carol’ (2008). Ben dreams of penning the next Barbie movie script. Molly seizes on a lucrative merchandising opportunity.
Ben and Molly dig too deep into Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) and inadvertently unearth a dark secret about the McAllister family. Ben hardens his heart in order to withstand graphic depictions of human suffering. Molly holds an impromptu seance.
Ben and Molly need some cream after straining through He-Man & She-Ra: A Christmas Special (1985). Ben considers taking the show in an exciting new direction. Molly grapples with the ethics of converting aliens to Christianity.
Tensions run high as viewing of the feature-length Krispy Kreme commercial Power Rangers (2017) launches Ben and Molly into a bitter debate regarding Bryan Cranston’s naked body. Ben pitches his idea for a Friends/Power Rangers crossover event. Molly plans for a lengthy purgatory sentence.