Plotaholics Podcast, Episode 73 – Black Sheep (1996)

This week, The Plotaholics want to show our civic-minded spirit in the anticipation of Election Day 2020 by taking a look back at the 1996 political comedy, Black Sheep, starring Chris Farley as the simple-minded younger brother of a Gubernatorial candidate that just can’t seem to get his well-intended methods to mesh with his brother’s political advancement. 

Joining Farley, again, is David Spade in this “comedy” that features political fraud, bats, boulders, and one-legged lunatics. 

Yeah. It’s that kind of episode this week.

Random topics of conversation:

  • Freedom of speech
  • Rock, flag, and eagle!
  • Voter fraud and its near nonexistence
  • VOTE!
  • Tommy Boy is a superior film
  • Animal House is a superior film

Hey…at least next we we get to watch The Departed

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