Mack And Josh Peck Get Real Dark In This Podcast Episode

December 20, 2021 by , featured in Bunny Ears Podcast
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What’s up, warren? It’s that time again! The time when you get to listen to Macaulay Culkin’s glorious voice as he speaks funny words at the face of another guest with an equally or less (but never more) glorious voice.

This week Mack kicks it with fellow former child Gregory Josh Peck, star of Drake And Josh (on which he played, well, Josh), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Grandfathered. Last but most certainly not least, let us pay tribute to Josh’s angsty turn as Chris Hemsworth’s improbable brother in Red Dawn.

The guys get right into it, talking diet, exercise, and Rory Culkin’s luxurious hair. The topic then quickly turns to lady-pampering, baby-making, absentee fathers, estranged half-siblings, and … uh … learning Michael Alig’s murder secrets. It’s a dark, dark episode, guys. Thankfully, both Mack and Josh are totally charming and hilarious, so we can never stay too sad for too long.

On a lighter note, the boys lament the lameness of the Sundance Film Festival, which is decidedly uncool now that’s gone from obscure indie films to major Bennifer flicks (oooold school reference, Mack). Oh, and apparently, Josh raises his not-ugly baby the same way Mack raises his also-probably-not-ugly cats. Mack is gonna be such a great dad someday.

Speaking of cats, Mack’s robo–litter box goes off mid-podcast. Not to be left out, his dog can be heard barking for a bit. Mack’s phone and Google gadget go off at different times in the episode, and Mack smokes and drinks wine so much during the recording that he has to leave the show early to hit the restroom before even getting around to the outro. Jesus, get your shit together, Mack.

If you’d like to check out a podcast without desperately peeing cat dads, check out Josh Peck’s Curious!

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