Til Death Do Us Blart
The creators of My Brother, My Brother and Me and The Worst Idea of All Time review the film Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 every American Thanksgiving from now until the end of linear time. There is no escape.
Justin has enjoyed Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 in an exciting new way this year, while Tim ponders the archival nature of the project. Griffin is soothed by the comedy stylings of Gary Valentine and Ana Gasteyer and Travis believes Kevin James will do anything to feel cool. [more inside]
Well pals, it's that time of year again. American Thanksgiving. This year, we're mixing things up with a Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 commentary track designed to be synced with the film. Yes, you read that right, we're ACTIVELY incentivizing the watching of this film. [more inside]
When the world cried out for a distraction, five dumb heroes answered the call. For one time only, Til Death Do Us Blart goes where it has never gone before: the beginning of it all. In a non-Thanksgiving bonus episode, the crews of My Brother, My Brother And Me and The Worst Idea of All Time watch Paul Blart: Mall Cop.
It's American Thanksgiving once more and so the grim task of forcing Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 into their eyeballs and ears. This year features some bold new approaches to consuming the movie and, if we're being honest, some mistakes were made... [more inside]
American Thanksgiving can mean only one thing: Five people, somewhere on Earth, have watched Paul Blart Mall Cop 2. Stay tuned to the end of this year's installment of this beloved tradition for some exciting news from Tim and Guy! Current hosts: Justin, Travis and Griffin McElroy, Tim Batt and Guy Montgomery Music: "California Soul" by Marlena Shaw
American Thanksgiving is upon us yet again and while we reflect on the bounty that various cosmic powers have provided us with, we can also be grateful that Kevin James' comedy highlight, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 has been digitally captured for our endless, annual enjoyment. Current hosts: Justin, Travis and Griffin McElroy, Tim Batt and Guy Montgomery Music: "Fly Away" by John Camerson