After an outrageous trip to the land of talk shows featuring pro wrestlers, Three Way Theater continues its trek across the TV landscape with a trip over to Nickelodeon for the pro wrestling episodes of Ren & Stimpy, Rugrats, Tiny Tunes, Looney Tunes, Hey Dude, and Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred!
Following a normal recording of Three Way Theater, the boys usually laugh to themselves and say aloud from the top of the coffee table, “THAT SHOULD BE A SHIRT!”
But alas, it wasn’t a shirt. There were no shirts to be made for the colorful catchphrases and funny jokes uttered by Mike, Lumbie, and JC.
Welcome to the Dog Pound!
The boys are back with another episode of Three Way Theater! It’s not just any episode though, as Lumberjake has put together the ultimate playlist of pro wrestlers appearing on Daytime Talk shows! Mike, Lumbie, and JC check out special episodes of The Jenny Jones Show, Martha Steward Living, Sally Jessy Raphael and a double does of DONAHUE, DONAHUE, DONAHUE!
After our brief foray into the heroes of pro wrestling we’re back with the second half of our epic review of the Netflix Original Series GLOW and it’s fabulous second season. After a slow start, the final 5 episodes of GLOW blew us away, with payoff after payoff as the show continued to subvert expectations and knock it out of the park at every turn.
THE GIRLS ARE BACK IN TOWN and the boys are here to review them as Mike, Lumberjake, and JC sit down for Episode #31 of Three Way Theater talking about the first five episodes of GLOW Season 2!
Theorizing that one could time travel within his own lifetime, Doctor Sam Beckett led an elite group of scientists into the desert to develop a top secret project, known as QUANTUM LEAP. Pressured to prove his theories or lose funding, Doctor Beckett, prematurely stepped into the Project Accelerator and vanished. He awoke to find himself in the past, suffering from partial amnesia and facing a mirror image that was not his own. Fortunately, contact with his own time was made through brainwave transmissions, with Al, the Project Observer, who appeared in the form of a hologram that only Doctor Beckett could see and hear. Trapped in the past, Doctor Beckett finds himself leaping from life to life, putting things right, that once went wrong and hoping each time, that his next leap will be the leap home… and not get murdered by Terry Funk.
Did you ever want to see an 86 year old Oscar winner get stoned and fuck as many frat boys as possible? Did you ever wonder about the gal who sang pop perfection with the song ‘Gloria’? Were you curious if Three Way Theater would truly stretch the premise of ‘Pro Wrestling Movie’ with a flick about mud wrestling? Well then do we have an episode for you! It’s Episode #28– Mugsy’s Girls!
A MOVIE FOR KID’S OF ALL AGES. a nostalgic tribute to the ever popular Mexican wrestling movies of the 50’s and 60’s. Fast Mexican wrestling action, colorful costumes, and a positive message for kids of all ages. Atomic Blue is an every man; a person among us who personifies heroism in the small actions and gestures of respect, fair play and honesty.
The Mexican wrestler is both a statement and an icon. Where a mask shields, it also points to the reinvention of humanity. The masked wrestler is a shape shifter, a messenger and a prophet. Atomic Blue: Mexican Wrestler, aside borrowing from the symbolism and history of modern Mexican mythology, is intended to be a fun film.
Thank goodness it’s TWT!
What was the match of the night? What was your five star classic? Join Mike Paiva, Lumberjake, and JC as they go beyond pro wrestling movies and head back in time to a random pro wrestling event to determine their very Best in Show!