What do we have here?
00:12 — Newlyweds speeding on a curvy mountain road? What could go wrong?
00:23 — There go the brakes!
00:31 — That sharp turn will look familiar to anyone who has ever seen the Duke boys outrun old Roscoe.
00:36 — It’s true what they say. Right before you die, you hear the opening of a bad 80s song.
00:50 — I’ve gotten worst cuts from bumping my head on a low doorway.
00:57 — Dude, did you just leave your wife behind in the car?
00:59– This is Winger. Kip Winger got his start as a backup musician and was a member of Alice Cooper for two years. Until Nirvana changed the face of music, Winger was responsible for some of the most generic hits of the 1980s.
01:21 — How long until we get a shot of the man sitting alone on that same swing?
01:32 — “Look, I’m spinning around with my guitar! Just like we did in practice!”
01:50 — “I remember how much we loved this wall.”
01:59 — It took 37 seconds to go from swinging together to swinging alone.
02:08 — Nobody came to the wedding but she’s going to go ahead and throw the bouquet anyway.
02:20 — It might be easier for the first responders to do their job if Winger would get out of the way.
02:46 — GUITAR!
03:07 — “My wife’s dead. Time to learn how to play an instrument!”
03:15 — Watch out, he’s driving again.
03:22 — Did he ever figure out why his brakes out went out in the first place? This might be a case for Jim Rockford.
03:36 — They still haven’t put out the fire? Is this what my tax dollars are paying for?
03:38 — I would be pissed off too. Put out the damn fire!
03:58 — That dude cannot drive.
04:12 — How does he keep doing this shit without getting a scratch on him?
04:27 — “How am I going to get home?”
To call Winger a “hair metal” band is probably an insult to hair metal bands but they did have a few hits. They also got on the nerves of Metallica’s Lars Ulrich and Mike Judge, the creator of Beavis and Butthead.