Jul 8, 2020
On this episode of The Post Credit Podcast, we review Pete Davidson’s semi-biographical story, The King Of Staten Island. Directed by Judd Apatow, this movie depicts Pete Davidson as Scott, a man whose father died when he was young in a hotel fire, how it’s affected him, and how he’s found a way to function and process that part of his life. Join the PCP as we break down the similarities and differences between Davidson’s real tragic past and the depiction of him in this movie, as we explore the characters that populate this world and assess his effects on them and vice versa. Don’t ever let an amateur give you a Barrack Obama tattoo. The effects can be less than desirable.