Extreme Prejudice

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Episode Rundown

  • 01:20 - Cheers to Dean's honorary hood pass compliments of Bill Alvarez
  • 02:48 - Break out the Hitachi for this sweaty and manly cast
  • 06:52 - Did Extreme Prejudice genre-bend itself into obscurity?
  • 09:52 - Matthew breaks down what the Western genre means to him
  • 13:32 - Contrasting the morality of Jack Benteen and Major Hackett
  • 18:21 - Why isn't Nick Nolte in the conversation with the elites?
  • 31:42 - Maria Conchita Alonso and Dean's (gringo) dream of being yelled at
  • 36:27 - Jesse Ventura doesn't express feelings, because he was a Navy SEAL
  • 38:37 - Matthew rants about Hell Lobsters (scorpion)
  • 40:26 - The inability to understand metaphor and symbolism
  • 43:22 - Clancy Brown's revenge fake-out and iPhone incompetence
  • 48:00 - Dean knows a boxer - look out everyone
  • 55:07 - The lads write the Gringo/Mexican love story 'Knives of Passion'
  • 58:50 - The original Black nerd - Larry B. Scott
  • 1:05:29 - Sarita the therapist
  • 1:21:51 - Matthew 'the Fu*k Champ' is back!
  • 1:31:12 - Cash Bailey REALLY needs a lesson in flattery
  • 1:36:35 - Jack Benteen is kinda' dumb
  • 1:39:22 - William Forsythe's varying roles
  • 1:57:12 - Powers Boothe purs like a tiger in a suit
  • 2:00:06 - The Cash Bailey Not So Bohemian Rhapsody
  • 2:10:05 - Reconciling our "Hate, Don't Like, Like, and Love" picks

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