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Episode 4- Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue

If you thought Winnie the Pooh was never in a movie about smoking crack– you’re wrong. If you thought The Muppet Babies never went on a psychedelic roller coaster ride through the human brain– you’re wrong. If you thought George C. Scott never voiced a pre-Lost smoke monster– you are so fucking wrong. All of these things, and more happen in Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue.

Let me make this clear, YOU HAVE TO WATCH THIS MOVIE! For those of you who don’t remember it, Cartoon All-Stars is anti-drug PSA from 1990. It was sponsored by McDonalds, introduced by George H.W. Bush, and aired on all three major networks. In it, cartoon characters such as Bugs Bunny, the Smurfs, Alf, Slimer, Garfield, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Daffy Duck, and The Muppet Babies ( just to name a few) spring to life in an effort to save the life of a teenage boy who’s in danger of making the inevitable transition from casual pot-user to full-blown crackhead.

Episode 4- Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue

We discussed the special for Episode 4 of Rewatchability, and we really want to champion it as the Refer Madness of our generation. Please download the link above to hear the podcast, and we’ll paste the youtube link for the special at the bottom of the post. You do not want to miss this. Enjoy!

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

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Episode 1- The Real Ghostbusters

Welcome to Rewatchability! The aim of the podcast is to re-examine the movies and television shows we have already seen, and hopefully analyze them in an interesting and humourous way. Hopefully.

For the premiere episode we take a second look at a show that helped shape the collective consciousness of an entire generation: The Real Ghostbusters! Does the show stand the test of time? Were the Ghostbusters racists? Does Peter Venkman hate women? We attempt to answer these questions and more!

Episode 1- The Real Ghostbusters

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Here are the YouTube links for the three RGB episodes we rewatched:

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