January 25, 2016

EP. 128 — Streets of Fire: LIVE!

LIVE from Largo in Los Angeles, Golden Globe Award winner Rachel Bloom of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and HDTGM All-star Jessica St. Clair of Playing House join Paul and Jason to discuss the 1984 rock & roll fable Streets of Fire. They’ll cover everything from Rick Moranis being a bad ass to the Michael Pare slap fight. Plus, everyone asks why Dottie from Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure is in the movie during Audience Q&A!

Don’t forget to check out Blake Harris’ Oral History of Streets of Fire over at www.slashfilm.com!

HDTGM: LIVE! returns to Largo at the Coronet on March 19th at 7pm and 9:30pm! Get your tickets now over at www.largo-la.com!

Attention: The Crash Test special that Paul & Rob Huebel performed on a 60 foot glass bus is available online on Comedy Central! Get yourself a BB-8 “What Is Its Mission?” T-shirt or Tote Bag over at http://howdidthisgetmade.bigcartel.com/! People of the internet: Watch Paul in Fresh off the Boat on ABC and a while ago, Paul and Rob Huebel did a comedy special on a 60 foot glass bus that traveled around LA and now you’ll be able to see it. Go to https://itun.es/us/3M4J9 now to buy it! You can also see Jason in Transparent on Amazon and in Dirty Grandpa in a theater near you! Also, check out June in Grace and Frankie available on Netflix, and in all the episodes of NTSF:SD:SUV:: on HULU for free, and Jason in The Dictator (he’s still in it!).

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