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Film Critic author Laremy Legel and comedian Joey Avery join the Frotcast this week, as we talk Laremy’s trip to Australia, Neighbors 2 — and feminism as a selling point — doing acid at Coachella, and of course, Spencer Pratt’s undeniable love of magic crystals. It’s a “cask strength” podcast this week, as I’m drinking Maker’s 46 cask strength, while Bret is sipping a double-oaked Woodford Reserve. Help us monetize our #friendship, and be part of our #brand. Seriously though, leave us a review on iTunes. Pretty please?
4:26 – “Previously on the Frotcast…”
6:36 – Laremy bloops in via Skype, fresh from Australia, where Garry the Goat lives. He went to a shark museum and the world’s largest IMAX screen.
14:00 – Some Neighbors 2 talk, including whether a movie written by five dudes can be called “feminist.” Also, the new Ghostbusters, and whether we have to cheer something solely because whiny sexist nerds hate it. Does not contain any real spoilers. Except that Laremy has a black friend named Brad.
21:15 – Joey Avery has some great ideas for Frat party themes.
23:30 – Why do sororities have so many more rules than fraternities? Is it a substitute for physical hazing?
28:45 – Laremy talks about having the same name as Laremy Tunsil and being off the grid when Laremy Tunsil got caught with his bong video.
35:47 – We talk Captain America: Civil War (SOME LIGHT SPOILERS UNTIL 38 MINUTES)
42:00 – Does the media market allow critics, pundits, writers whose opinions don’t easily fit into a category anymore? Matt Taibbi’s Rolling Stone piece about safe spaces.
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