EPISODE 95- HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS

HoneyEver wonder what it would be like if your dad was kind of the worst ever, and left dangerous equipment lying around the house that almost kills you? Kids in 1989 explored that dark fantasy with Joe Johnston’s Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. It was a big hit movie at the time, and has since become ingrained in the collective pop-cultural consciousness, but how does it hold-up now? Does Rick Moranis’ science make sense? What kind of name is Anty for an ant? “French Class”, what does that mean? Is there such a thing as a Honey, I Shrunk the Kids fetish? (Follow-up comment: Ewww).

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Episode 95- HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS

WARNING: the podcast contains strong language and immature subject matter, please be advised.

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One response to “EPISODE 95- HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS

  1. Mad Ness Monster

    As soon as the dude in that Craigslist ad you read started in with, “I want to roleplay a very specific part of ‘Honey, I Shrunk the Kids’ with you”, my immediate thought was, “Oh, hell, no. Not THAT scene. Please, not THAT scene… oh, yes, well, of COURSE it’s THAT scene!” Because if the Internet has taught me anything, it’s that the very same scene that scared the sh*t out of you as a child (and in this case ruined Cheerios for over a decade) gave some other person an incredibly specific fetish.

    But never mind that now. Great rundown of this oddity in the annals of live-action Disney. Man, remember when you’d leave the Disney MGM/Hollywood Studios park actually having learned something interesting about movie making?

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