If you could go ahead and listen to this episode, that would be great. Join us as we unpack watching what is considered a cult classic. We teach kids how to tip drill and talk about our drone life.
Released: April 1999
Opening Weekend: $4,231,727
Worldwide Gross: $12,800,000
Breakdown and Analysis
- Lawrence was good craic. The friend you always want to have, or neighbour. Or both.
- We appreciated the office worker style comedy format this movie lives in. The first seven minutes was hands down one of the best comedic moments as it was so grounded in the droning of day to day life.
- Shoutout to everyone’s work-husbands and work-wives that make it worth getting through the work day. Having a solid crew that understand what you’re going through at work is so crucial.
- There is a framework we need to live within. There is a happy ecosystem that exists on our cooperation to fall in line.
- Samir was written perfectly and the only one to value the stability of his job. His commentary throughout the movie brought even more realism to the craziness of it all.
- We talk about bosses that are not clear in their expectations. Using business terms to dance around their point.
Unrelated but vital points
- Tip drill. Look it up kids.
- Everyone has that one aunty that uses memes out of context. It’s gotta stahp
- Men get rounder faces as they get older, sorry Martin Lawrence we are looking at you
- Oti is waiting to start a Jennifer Aniston podcast, please register your interest in this at email@example.com
- Handsome Squidward is essential consumption for a comprehensive pop culture experience
- Oti recalls one of KT’s side jobs completely out of context but that’s another story for another day.
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