Ben and Molly return once more to the familiar sewers of New York, where Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze (1991) locks them in a horny, reptilian embrace. Ben finds his new calling as a chemtrail truther. Molly learns more about turtle sex than she ever wanted to know.
Ben and Molly learn firsthand the danger of YouTube rabbit trails by haplessly stumbling into a viewing of Action Man: Robot Atak (2004). Ben discovers a beloved toy company’s tragic backstory. Molly dazzles with her expertise on all things Australia.
In this spooktacular Halloween double feature, Ben and Molly watch Monster High: New Ghoul at School (2010) and Monster High: Fright On! (2011) expecting some good-natured scares, and are instead confronted with something truly terrifying. Ben devises a foolproof plan to raise his departed loved ones from the dead. Molly has an emotional encounter with […]
Are they or aren’t they? Ben and Molly examine the crackling sexual tension between Batman and Joker in The Lego Batman Movie (2017). Ben waxes poetic about his orgy preferences. Molly considers a religious conversion.
In this special musical episode, Ben and Molly watch the comparatively chaste Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper (2004), and against all odds still manage to kink it up. Ben integrates some hair-related trauma. Molly attempts to set Ben up with his soulmate.
Ben takes Molly on a whirlwind tour of his favorite sci-fi property by subjecting her to Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965), a film which does a questionable job of capitalizing on the Dalekmania of the 1960s. Ben subsequently regrets every choice he has ever made. Molly pulls a switcheroo on Ben by introducing him to […]
Ben and Molly stew in disappointment after failing to be titillated by Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001). Ben discovers an ugly truth that threatens to derail his comedy career. Molly fondly recalls her own conception.
Ben and Molly put their ignorance of the beloved ’80s property on full display as they traverse the unexpected kink minefield that is Jem and the Holograms (2015). Ben presents a textbook case of Stockholm Syndrome. Molly struggles to understand how towels work.
Ben and Molly can barely handle the sheer volume of awakenings brought on by the questionably toyetic yet unquestionably sexy Batman & Robin (1997). Ben hosts a star-studded potluck dinner. Molly discovers her new style icon.
Just a minor announcement: Due to a scheduling snafu Molly and I won’t be able to record this week, so the planned Batman & Robin episode will be postponed. We also won’t be able to record next week, as Molly is off visiting family, so next week I’ll have a to-be-announced guest-host with me as we […]
Is there trouble in paradise? Ben and Molly clumsily grope for common ground after a viewing of Barbie of Swan Lake (2003) leaves them at odds. Ben reaches his kink breaking point. Molly strives to be her Best Self.
Ben and Molly weep, wail, and gnash their teeth through the massive mistake of a film that is Battleship (2012). Ben bemoans a dearth of on-screen breasts. Molly is forced to confront all of her deepest and most primal fears.
Things take a dark turn after a viewing of Furby Island (2005) brings Ben and Molly face to face with their own mortality. Ben grievously insults the entire Australian continent. Molly’s worldview is shaken to its core.
Molly’s wife Timber fills in for a truant Ben to participate in a marriage-testing viewing of the benign but bland Pokémon: The Movie 2000 (1999). Molly recalls a harrowing lube experience. Timber thinks that Pokémon should be able to vote.
Ben and Molly fail their wisdom saving throws against Dungeons & Dragons (2000) and are confused for the duration. Ben makes yet another unsuccessful attempt to sell Molly on Doctor Who. Molly embarks on an epic quest to find a piece of extremely obscure slashfic.
Like an angel of mercy, Robert McKee swoops down to bless Ben and Molly with the surprisingly enjoyable Barbie as Rapunzel (2002). Ben betrays a suspicious amount of familiarity with Sonic mpreg fanfiction. Molly finally gets to use her one semester of college German.
In this 420 friendly episode, Ben and Molly load into a comically oversized slingshot and launch themselves at The Angry Birds Movie (2016). Ben bravely soldiers on in the face of traumatic Emoji Movie flashbacks. Molly enters into an intimate contract with Sandra Bullock.
Ben and Molly come down with the psychological equivalent of a stomachache after consuming Candy Land: The Great Lollipop Adventure (2005). Ben composes a lengthy dissertation on his personal candy bar preferences. Molly performs an impromptu musical number.
Michael Bay is singlehandedly responsible for ruining this episode, in which Ben and Molly lose 143 minutes of their lives to the cinematic monstrosity Transformers (2007). Ben invents an effective but questionably humane form of euthanasia. Molly’s inability to distinguish white men serendipitously leads to an inspired recasting of a beloved ’80s property.
Ben and Molly metaphorically throw themselves out of the plane that is Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995). Ben discovers the next great visual artist of our generation. Molly dictates a legally binding letter of final wishes.