Jay, Mike, and a man known only as Milwaukee Culkin dive into one of the greatest films ever made: Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure. A film described as "Lightning in a bottle" by Jay himself. A magical moment in cinematic history when the stars at night aligned deep in the heart of Texas. A movie that plows along at a rapid pace of a haunted semi and takes no moment to indulge in overly bloated CGI trash. The film does fire off a series of short, carefully executed comedic set pieces all the while asking the question of what’s really important in life – a physical possession or real life experiences, newly forged relationships and friendships, and growing as an individual. Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure is a masterpeewee of cinematic art. R.I.P – Paul Reubens, Phil Hartman, Jan Hooks, and Milton Berle’s gigantic c*ck.