This week, the Two R's go over a little known, seldom seen, Jack Black movie called Johnny Skidmarks. And yes. It's a noir-drama. Or at least it attempts to be!They're joined by Harris Mayersohn (follow him on letterboxd) to go over what works and what doesn't work in this insane movie that nobody has seen, even though it's very easy to!Is anybody cast correctly in this movie? Do they at least justify calling it Johnny Skidmarks? Does Jack Black out act Frances McDormand? Is this the Breathless of our generation? Do the two R's have new ideas for taglines for this movie? All of these questions and more will be answered on this week's Jacking Off! Come Jack Off with us!Johnny Skidmarks is on HBO Go, and also YouTube in High Quality for some reason lol.
CRANK UP THAT AC BABY because it’s SUMMER and this week we got DOUBLE the South Florida heat because Rebecca is joined by writer/comedian/FL boy and new friend Harris Mayersohn!! He’s telling her about the twists and turns of his first high school relationship with DANIELLA, and boy oh boy is this one an instant classic tale with the iconic angry facebook messages to back it. PLUS: Rebecca’s date, natural banter, kissing in a car so much the car breaks, sex shame, boys look good in T shirts is that crazy to say, status dating, body image in South Florida, a PROM BETRAYAL, paranoia, blowjobs, crying at the party, no kissing sex, petty Harris does not mess around, grinding (dong on butt), feeling undeserving of love, and so much more!! Follow Harris on twitter at: @harrismayerFollow Rebecca on twitter at: @AlmondMilkHotelFollow the show on twitter at: @ClassroomCrushMUSIC DISCUSSED ON THIS EPISODE: Birthday Sex - JeremihLike A G6- Far East MovementIt Beats For You by My Morning JacketJude Law and a Semester Abroad - Brand NewAll I Need - Radiohead
The Dark Place: Conversations About Mental Health | Depression | Anxiety
The 22-year-old comedian talks about struggling with body image as an in-shape male, feeling like he can't connect to others, reconciling a lack of meaning in the universe, and challenging audiences by talking about his depression.