Warning: This episode contains brief spoilers for movies that are over 40 years old. If you’ve been meaning to watch the “Classic Film” section of Netflix, we suggest you get on that and then come back for some hilarious and topical comedy!
Sharing is an important way to let people know that they are important to you; it is also a neat way to let people know that you’re better than them because you have so much stuff that you can just give a huge chunk of it to other people and it doesn’t bother you at all since you still have a so much stuff left over. Oh, look at Karen, she doesn’t need a dozen donuts so she’s giving 11 of them away, isn’t she a freaking saint! What a wonderful way to look like a good person while feeling morally superior I SEE THROUGH YOUR LIES, KAREN!
Anyways, today’s episode of Nixon vs Kennedy is all about sharing: sharing your food, sharing your feelings on gender politics——which are in no way influenced by your gender——and sharing your opinion about a particular film even when you haven’t seen the whole thing to make a complete judgement.
Sketch written and performed by:
Becky Wilkinson-Hauser – Gave up a profitable singing career for the glamorous life of a blackjack dealer.
Lauren Schwein – Gave $13,000 to charity, was later arrested for a bank heist.
Damian Johnson – Gives thumb ups to hitchhikers and drives away, feeling good about himself.
Mike Trost – Gives off the familiar aroma of a 1960’s drive-in theater.
Editor and Producer:
Nathanael Lew– Doesn’t give a hoot if you swear in front of him.
Theme music written and performed by:
Taylor Donskey– Gave the film Free Willy 5 out of 10 stars and is no longer allowed in our film club.