Joel talks about seeing the original RoboCop movie as a kid and how his actions afterward made his therapist mother concerned about his mental health.
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Things have not been going so well in Sochi for the Winter Olympics. Undrinkable water, broken elevators and unfinished hotels are just a few of the issues they've been dealing with. Russia isn't apologizing for it.
Ethan and Julie joke about what went on at a luncheon for Oscar nominees, and they talk about their film trilogy.
Two of TV’s sexiest Latinos, Guillermo and The Bachelor Juan Pablo, play their own version of “Truth or Dare.”
They did things a bit differently with the new RoboCop movie, which devoted fans of the original might take issue with.
Ethan and Julie discuss the writing process for the three films they’ve made together.
Rob Ford claims that he doesn't have a substance abuse problem but we're not so sure after watching this.
Juan Pablo and his ladies have been laying off of the typically overused Bachelor word "amazing" - until now. Thankfully they brought it back tonight so we are able to continue our tradition of keeping track of it.
Ethan talks about his mom reconnecting with a guy on Facebook after more than 40 years, and Julie tells us about her free spirited father. Ethan and Julie talk about their movie trilogy and explain the process of making them.
Joel recalls working at a beer factory in Norway and talks about working with acting greats Nick Nolte and Liam Neeson.
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