Episode 9 Black Hole, in which we discuss bad science, listen to Steve pitch another terrible movie idea, talk about Max's love for robots, and really just roast a terrible movie for a good bit of time. Oh, also Ben says some stupid stuff again. That's just a given on these shows though.
Ratings: Ash 3.5, Max 2, Ben 3, Mom .3, Dad 5. Avg: 2.76/10
Next Weeks Show: Coco (Season 2 Finale).
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