Podcast - Was This Always Weird: Ferris Bueller's Day Off

 

With some NSFW language, Cody Dearing and Matt Stoner from Austin, Texas break down the hilarious, upsetting and unusual things about a popular movie from the past. This time, they're taking the day off with Ferris Bueller ...

Read Nate's review of the film

"Where Sixteen Candles was meant to be the worst day in a teenager's life, this was meant to be the best"

Was Ferris' sister older or younger than him? Was there Internet in 1986? And was that painting a Monet or a Seurat? All this and more...




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Five years in the future, America is a radically different place. The dust is finally settling from the net neutrality riots, Roomba makes sex robots and oh ya, the federal prohibition on marijuana has finally ended!

This giant leap forward didn’t happen without a great tragedy. It was only after the shocking death of Willie Nelson on April 20th, 2020 that congress came together and unanimously ended the ban on cannabis.


Congress's decision held extra meaning for the residents of Willie’s home state of Texas, where we meet Misty and Chet Davis, a madly in love couple from the small town of Big River. The Davises are like any other Texan, they respect guns, watch football, and of course love BeyoncĂ©. But one thing makes them unique: They possess the first license to sell marijuana in Texas!

Welcome to Big River in Freedom County, 18 feet above sea level, but still the highest town in Texas. Yee-haw!



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