Friendships come and go. Imagine, however, a friendship that has lasted 75 years. Now imagine 15 of them. Remarkably, these friends met in kindergarten at Public School 80 in the Bronx, New York in 1936. In 2001, the award-winning short film "The Bronx Boys - Hosted by Carl Reiner" captured their 70th birthday reunion. Because of the film, the men gained many new friends after its broadcasts on PBS and Cinemax, and subsequently from being the subjects of a story in TIME Magazine. This new film, hosted once again by Carl Reiner, catches-up with The Bronx Boys ten years later as they gathered together to celebrate their 80th birthdays and a lifetime of friendship. A few things had changed. They might have lost a step or two, and some of the boys were missing, but they were no less energetic revisiting their youth for an afternoon of wacky games and wild rides at an amusement park. And they were no less candid, funny and insightful when talking about the past, the present, and the future...