Phelan and I jump into the Neil Breen Cinematic Universe once again. This time he plays a pair of twin cyborg aliens that fight corruption and there’s some sort of evil artist, maybe, with a fairy, sort of, and a double agent? There’s a beard, we know that for sure.
A young Misha Collins shows up as the Charmed Ones deal with Deanmon Norris, screened in cats, and random twins.
Will Mitch finally adopt Hobie 3, who we all forgot about? Meanwhile, a boat race I guess. Ryan stops by.
Mitch fights the yakuza and becomes an honorary samurai. Meanwhile, Donna takes care of jerks at the bar.
Caroline stops by to be kidnapped and added to a crazy person’s human collection. Y’know, the usual.
Mitch falls in love with a cat burglar while an above average number of models check him out. Ryan squishes a bagel on his shirt.
It’s Halloween in July as the Charmed Ones complain, haunt reporters with traumatizing pasts, and turn people in rats. Billie has a back story that they ignore.
It’s a documentary that pretends it’s about someone who wasn’t there, and also somehow has the least content a bigfoot doc has ever had?
Mitch dies! It’s one of Baywatch’s messiest episodes.
In 1987, David Hasselhoff decided to tour with his talking car and set himself on a path no one saw coming. Here is the footage of that (hilarious) concert and why it’s so important.