Mike and Jay discuss The Last Stand, Arnold Schwarzenberg's mediocre return to starring in mediocre action movies. They also spend more time contemplating the Marlon Wayans spoof comedy A Haunted House than Marlon Wayans did when he wrote the script.
After burying the body of Mailman Tommy, Mike and Jay discuss the sci fi action film Oblivion, directed by the guy responsible for everyone's favorite movie, Tron: Legacy. They then discuss the horror film The Lords of Salem, directed by the guy responsible for everyone's OTHER favorite movie, the Halloween remake.
In the epic conclusion to Half in the Bag's "Hipster Trilogy," Mike and Jay discuss the "final" Hangover film (unless it makes a ton of money and a Hangover part IV is rushed into production) as well as After Earth, the latest collaboration of two of cinema's finest: M. Night Shyamalan and Will Smith.
Mike, Jay, and their new friend Rich Evans (a different Rich Evans or something) discuss the latest iteration of Superman, this one being too cool and "real" to actually be called Superman. Also, Mr. Plinkett receives some distressing news that may lead to him losing his house. Is this the end of Half in the Bag??!. (spoiler: it isn't)
Mike and Jay discuss a recent sci-fi flop and a sci-fi hit. First up is Ender's Game, based on the novel by Orson Scott Card and then the Marvel sequel Thor: The Dark World, in which Mike and Jay constantly refer to magical elves as aliens because who cares?
Happy Holidays, everyone. In this special Christmas episode Mike and Jay put Mr. Plinkett to work so they can be lazy and discuss Peter Jackson's latest six hour movie about little people walking around a lot, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.