Joined once again by Lacey Day, we take on the 1994's Jim Carrey vehicle, The Mask. Based off the Dark Horse Comics property and developed by Dark Horse Entertainment, The Mask deviates strongly from its violent source material and becomes a kid-friendly, living cartoon. Bolstering the rising career of Jim Carrey and launching the career of Cameron Diaz, the film was both wildly successful (being the second highest-grossing comic book film of all time, behind only Batman) and critically well received.
In this episode, we establish that 2016 Stanley Ipkiss would be a Men's Rights Activist, we all love 90's tropes except for pollution jokes, Allen hates sports radio, but loves when dogs wear things on their heads, Steven hates Ben Stein, and Lacey Day thinks Cameron Diaz is a babe.
Ipkiss our asses.