Oct 22, 2019
When you're in the mood for a fun, breezy comedy, where else would you look than the crime and corruption of the mean, gritty streets of late-70s/early-80s New York? Not sounding great? But what if you had Henry Winkler, Micheal Keaton, and Shelly Long as your guides? That's more or less what happens in Ron Howard's 1982 comedy Night Shift.
Join Nick, Chris, and actor/comedian/podcaster Michelle Nakamoto as we look at this 80s sex-worker farce to see if Beetlejuice and the Fonz can manage to pull more laughs than cringes.