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Netflix BroPicks For June 7

Looking for something to watch by finding nothing but chick flicks and melodramatic cliche TV shows?  Not to worry, the Manwall team has been scouring Netflix's massive collection to find you the best that the web has to offer. With the weekend just around the corner, here is another 100+ hours of Netflix goodness to get you through.

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations

If you like food, travel, or just snarky television hosts, No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain is the show for you. Bourdain is a former chef and who travels all over the globe to find the best food experience is that every country has to offer.  Best of all, he's not one to hold back and he is not one to miss out on an opportunity - whether it's diving off a 100-foot cliff or hunting wild boar in Sweden.


Comedy Central Roasts of Charlie Sheen, Bob Saget, William Shatner, Flava Flav, David Hasselhoff

The Comedy Central Roast is a rare opportunity to see celebrities who are often the butt of jokes have those jokes thrown directly into their face.  Featuring some of the funniest comedians like Jeff Ross, Greg Giraldo, Lisa Lapanelli, Jim Norton, Patrice O'Neal, Anthony Jeselnik, Gilbert Gottfried, Norm McDonald, and plenty of celebrity guests - Netflix has five of the most recent roasts up to streamed instantly.

Lost in Translation

A long way from his role in Caddyshack, Bill Murray plays aging actor Bob Harris, in Japan to film a ridiculous commercial for a massive pay day.  He encounters young Scarlett Johansson and the two have an unusual adventure through Tokyo together.  Unfortunately, we do not get to see ScarJo nude but it's a good movie nonetheless.

Ron White: They Call Me Tater Salad

Unlike fellow Blue Collar Comedy stars like Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, and Bill Engvall, Ron white is actually funny.  His ability to tell stories while drowning in endless whiskey and talking in between cigarette drags is truly legendary and if you've never seen him outside of the Blue Collar scene you have to check out both of his specials now available on Netflix.


As men, we hear a lot about prison life but MSNBC's documentary series "Lockup" is the first to take you inside most brutal state penitentiaries in the country.  Go inside San Quentin, Rikers, Folsom Prison, valley State Prison for Women, Pelican Bay, Los Angeles county jails and countless other notorious correctional facilities to see what really lurks within.