Uncle Swoop and E ponder on movie franchises that should have been extended. E says that he would have like to seen a sequel to "Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas". Swoop asks if it would be about Hunter S. Thompson's suicide. E says that Thompson wanted to die on his own terms. Uncle Swoop says that he feels "the Rum Diary" was a prequel.
Uncle Swoop says there should be a sequel to "The Brotherhood of Justice". E recounts the shower seen where they think someone taking a shower during the day equates to drug use.
Uncle Swoop also suggests that there should be a remake to "No Holds Barred" starring Hulk Hogan. Swoop says it should be about Rip having to fight again to get his brother Randy an operation.
Monster Squad II is discussed, sans Fat Kid who has since died. Dracula, Frankenstein, and Van Helsing never died in the first installment. The discussion then goes into film analysis of the first film. Dale's crack shot on Dracula is examined. Uncle Swoop admits he is enamored by the plot of the Monster Squad, but its unclear how Dracula secured a home loan on Shadow Brook Road. Swoop and E think that Frankenstein was ripped through the whole film. E was a bit off put by Frank's relationship with the little sister.
Swoop and E then examine a sequel to "Angels In The Outfield". Swoop suggests that Christopher Lloyd would help Joseph Gordon Levitt through adulthood, by helping him obtain drugs at any cost. Swoop says that Lloyd was not looking out for his best needs rather than his wants.
E and Swoop then question a true sequel to Grease, and shit on Grease II. Swoop thinks Zucko will knock up Sandy, turn abusive, and ultimately burn out. E says the innocence of the 50s were marred with racism, acceptable date rape, and domestic abuse. Swoop thinks Rizzo would have become a career prostitute by 28. Swoop then asks why The Bee Gee's were allowed to write a tune about the 50 s.
E then brings up the embarrasing film " Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band ". Swoop then goes into a tirade against Steven Tyler and Aerosmith. This includes a great impression. Swoop then brings up the estranged relationship that Steven Tyler and Liv Tyler had before she was informed that he is her biological father. Swoop then asks E to name one guy in Aerosmith that isn't named Steven Tyler or Joe Perry. E cannot do it.
E suggests an Outsiders sequel. E thinks it would be about Ponyboy becoming a liberal.Swoop says the Outsiders was one of the few books he actually enjoyed reading in school.
Swoop and E then recount the time they got drunk and seen "Mr. Popper's Penguins". The boys then recount books they were supposed to read that were less than savory.
The discussion then veered to Leif Garret crippling his buddy from drinking and driving. Swoop cannot contain himself when describing the exchange Garrett and buddy had on VH1 Behind The Music. Vince Neil's murder of Hanoi Rock's drummer Razzle is discussed.
E says he wants to read Violent J's "Behind The Paint", which brings about another episode of Uncle Swoop impersonating Violent J. The duo then see an obese white man through the window, who Uncle Swoop labels the prime Juggalo demographic. He then locks eyes with E, as E tips a Hamm's beer to the gentleman.