People die on planes, jump out of planes, and be big women on planes. Rarely do you hear positive stories about things that happened on an airplane.
It’s an action packed episode with cars, explosions, and Sharknado 5s. Note: real life explosions tend to be less fun than they are in movies.
Blazing Saddles and Lickety Split are certainly not for the children, nor was World War 2. In that way, this is our most mature episode ever. But really it isn’t.
Cy’s here and he hates politicians. This is not a new opinion for this show, as you are probably aware.
It’s the middle of summer, and as such, heat is on everyone’s mind. Asif is from Arizona and of Indian heritage, so you’d think unlivable temperatures would be second nature to him. They are not.
Dean’s heading down the highway and looking for adventure, but you have to be careful lest you get impaled by a poorly secured load.
Sarah’s brimming with Georgia pride, whereas the rest of us have a weak flicker of Minnesota pride. It’s largely a sports thing.
Vlad, having grown up in a Dominican household in the Bronx, had a unique upbringing. He also knows every off-color comedian on earth.
You may think your career is tough, but have you ever tried to follow a movie about human trafficking? It’s certainly up there in terms of difficult jobs. Vladimir manages to get it done.
Two of the most popular activities out in the sticks are having a thick accent and going to a strip club. Neither are always a good thing, but they certainly do make a lasting impression.