June 1, 2020
Episode 4 of Disney rewind in which the gang talks about cancel culture, the life and times of Bob Hoskins (Okay, it's just gushing about the Mario Bros movie), Whether kids shows are growing too soft, and how easy it is for Max to be entertained
Ratings: Ash 7, Max 2, Ben 8, Mom 6, Steve 9.7. Avg: 6.5/10
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