The guys discuss House Party. Topics include: quiet vs. loud girls, police brutality, Stab, Zilla, Pee-wee, project chicks, rump wranglers, grinding, and mostly, corny brothers.
“When his martinet father learns he’s been fighting with school bullies, Kid (Christopher Reid) gets put under house arrest. There’s just one problem: His best friend, Play (Christopher Martin), is hosting the bash of the year, and Kid’s gotta get his groove on. Naturally, he sneaks out and ends up in the thick of the hoo-hah — and in the arms of his dream girl. Martin Lawrence makes an early film appearance as one of Kid ‘n Play’s best buds.”
House Party Gifs
Kid chucks some Jell-O at the bullies and hits a picture of Reagan. This scene caused quite an uproar as middle America thought this was a way for the African American community to smear Reagan. As a result, Jell-O hired Bill Cosby to pitch their products. Sooooo…..
Stab, Zilla, and Pee Wee try to help Kid with his hygiene issues.
Violence is never the answer…unless it is comically overreactive.
Peanut, making dinner.
Kid watches a couple have sex through their open window and for some reason does not immediately start jerkin’ it and therefore is a much better neighbor than me.
There’s a recurring theme of police harassing minorities which is one of the few things from this movie that is still relevant today.
John Witherspoon knows how to talk to the ladies.
Michael Flatley owes these brothers some money.
Stab wants to set Play’s house on fire and bash the fleeing people’s heads in while Zilla and Pee Wee are really more comfortable with simple assault.
Some jerk clogged Play’s toilet with a huge dookie.
Kid realizes that his condom is not gonna do the job so he foolishly chooses not to have sex. Bro, don’t you know duct tape fixes everything?
Kid goes to jail and has to rap his way outta getting raped. This scene later inspired the off-Broadway hit Oz: The Musical
Unlike his stuck-in-the-past friend Kid, Play believes that women are strong enough to handle unplanned pregnancies on their own. Good on him!